Carnivus Belamorta

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Carnivus Belamorta
Carnivus Belamorta.png
Released4 June 2020 (Update)
LocationNorth-west Darkmeyer
OptionsTalk-to, Pickpocket
ExamineA man dreaming of a world without shrimp.
Advanced data
NPC ID9691
Carnivus Belamorta chathead.png

Carnivus Belamorta is a vampyre found in the north-western area of Darkmeyer. He can be pickpocketed at 82 Thieving.

Pickpocketing[edit | edit source]

Carnivus Belamorta
Level requiredThieving 82
Thieving XP306.9 xp

A successful pickpocket attempt will gain one the following items:

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Coins_250.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Coins with rarity 109/132 in quantity 250-315Coins250–315109/132250–315250–315
Death rune.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Death rune with rarity 8/132 in quantity 2Death rune28/132374216
Blood rune.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Blood rune with rarity 2/132 in quantity 4Blood rune42/1321,436960
Blood pint.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Blood pint with rarity 6/132 in quantity 1Blood pint16/1321410
Uncut ruby.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Uncut ruby with rarity 5/132 in quantity 1Uncut ruby15/1321,20960
Diamond.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Diamond with rarity 1/132 in quantity 1Diamond11/1321,8291,200
Cooked mystery meat.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Cooked mystery meat with rarity 1/132 in quantity 1Cooked mystery meat11/1322720
Blood shard.png: Carnivus Belamorta drops Blood shard with rarity 1/5,000 in quantity 1Blood shard11/5,0009,679,3880

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His examine text is a reference to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, where one of the characters, Anya Jenkins, oftentimes refers to "the world without shrimp" or a world with "nothing but shrimp" as a running joke in the series.
  • Carnivus come from the Latin carnivorus, meaning flesh-eating.
  • Belamorta come from the Latin mors, meaning death.