Bartender (Blue Moon Inn)

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Bartender
Bartender (Blue Moon Inn).png
Released4 January 2001 (Update)
MembersNo
RaceHuman
LocationVarrock
Sells itemsBlue Moon Inn
GenderMale
OptionsTalk-to
ExamineI could get a beer from him.
Map
Advanced data
NPC ID1312
Bartender (Blue Moon Inn) chathead.png

The Bartender at the Blue Moon Inn in Varrock is a non-player character who serves the purpose of selling beer to players.

The bartender also seems to be one of the few NPCs who is aware that RuneScape is a "computer game". This is an example of a character "breaking the fourth wall".

When players enquire what the bartender means by this, he makes a brief attempt at explaining what a computer is, calling it a "magic box". However, considering that RuneScape is set in another world in a Middle Ages or Renaissance-like era, the player is baffled, and calls the bartender crazy (although players seems to acknowledge that RuneScape is a computer game while talking to Father Aereck, the priest in the Lumbridge Church).

During the Alfred Grimhand's Barcrawl miniquest, he is one of the Bartenders that you must get a drink from. His drink is the "Uncle Humphry's Gutrot". It costs 50 coins (you can only purchase if you are doing the Barcrawl) and lowers the player's Attack, Defence, Strength, Hitpoints and Smithing. It also makes you throw up.

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

  • The Bartender is the solution to the easy cryptic clue: Speak to the bartender of the Blue Moon Inn in Varrock.

Stock[edit | edit source]

Sells at: 100.0% • Buys at: 0.0% • Change per: 1.0%
ItemNumber
in stock
Restock
time
Price
sold at
GE
price
Beer.pngBeerN/ACoins 2.png 2Coins 25.png 73

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Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

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Bartender (Blue Moon Inn).png
Bartender (Blue Moon Inn) chathead (historical).png
Bartender (Blue Moon Inn) chathead.png
29 March 2004 –
29 May 2007
29 May 2007 –
present

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