A primitive joke
|A primitive joke|
|Released||7 September 2017 (Update)|
|Location||Lowest level of the Varrock Museum|
|Examine||This fossil appears to have a crack in it.|
A primitive joke is one of the fourteen small fossil displays found on the Paleontology floor of the Varrock Museum. It’s made by adding a small fossilised limb, rib, pelvis, spine, and skull to a small display case. Players cannot interact with the display, but are able to examine it.
When speaking with David about the display, it becomes apparent that he doesn't know anything about it (or anything else in the wing). He'll either tell you that it "appears to be thousands of years old," or that he knows a lot about the fossil, but "can't share the information right now."
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The display case shows the imprint of someone sitting on soft earth as it hardens, a reference to how people scan their buttocks on copy machines as a joke.
- The examine text is a pun on the word "crack" having a different meaning in the context of fossils and that of butts.