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Enerdhil is one of the many citizens of Prifddinas.

The player can only access Enerdhil to pickpocket after completing Song of the Elves and require level 85 Thieving. A successful pickpocket yields 353 Thieving experience.

Pickpocketing[edit | edit source]

A successful pickpocket attempt will gain one the following items:

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Coins_250.png: Enerdhil drops Coins with rarity Common in quantity 280-350Coins280–350Common280-350280-350
Death rune.png: Enerdhil drops Death rune with rarity Uncommon in quantity 2Death rune2Uncommon430216
Nature rune.png: Enerdhil drops Nature rune with rarity Uncommon in quantity 3Nature rune3Uncommon639324
Jug of wine.png: Enerdhil drops Jug of wine with rarity Uncommon in quantity 1Jug of wine1Uncommon30
Diamond.png: Enerdhil drops Diamond with rarity Uncommon in quantity 1Diamond1Uncommon1,9241,200
Fire orb.png: Enerdhil drops Fire orb with rarity Uncommon in quantity 1Fire orb1Uncommon1,359180
Gold ore.png: Enerdhil drops Gold ore with rarity Uncommon in quantity 1Gold ore1Uncommon32390
Crystal shard.png: Enerdhil drops Crystal shard with rarity Uncommon in quantity 1Crystal shard1UncommonNot soldN/A
Enhanced crystal teleport seed.png: Enerdhil drops Enhanced crystal teleport seed with rarity Very rare in quantity 1Enhanced crystal teleport seed1Very rare1,076,49460,000

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Enerdhil's name is likely a reference to the Lord of the Rings series, in which Enerdhil was a Noldorin smith of Gondolin. This is fitting as there is an account that suggests that the LOTR Enerdhil made the original Elessar ("elf-stone" or "star-stone") gem, taken by Earendil to the Undying Lands. Similarly, Enerdhil in Old School RuneScape is a member of the Amlodd clan, who created enhanced crystal teleport seeds, which can be enchanted to provide unlimited teleports to Lletya and Prifddinas.
  • The name Enerdhil could be derived from Anardil, meaning "sun-friend" in Tolkein's elvish language.