Flames of Lloigh-enn

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The flames of Lloigh-enn as shown on both sides of the login screen.

The flames of Lloigh-enn are a legendary portal of transportation created at some point in the ancient past. In Issue 23 of the God letters, Zamorak discussed their use and history.[1] The flames of Lloigh-enn (a pun on the word "login") are the pair of torches players can see on the login screen. They allow the player to journey to RuneScape if they recite their unique "spell" for access (i.e. their username and password).

The flames of Lloigh-enn are an often rumoured, almost mythical, barrier between various dimensions, that require a spell recited most precisely, that is different for each individual who wishes to pass through.

I am surprised a mere mortal has heard of them, let alone encountered them in person;

I had thought them long since extinguished... You have my gratitude adventurer, it is not often the curiousity[sic] of Zamorak is excited.

I will have to look into this, it could be very useful in my plans...

— Zamorak[1]
The similar-looking braziers on both sides of the crypt stairs.

Obviously, the actual flames of Lloigh-enn do not appear in-game. However, look-alikes of the braziers (or at least their top halves) can be found flanking the staircase that leads into and out of the crypt beneath the White Knights' Castle in Falador.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 Jagex. "God Letter 23 - Zamorak Considers Some Issues" (Archived from the original.) RuneScape God Letters.