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Released12 December 2002 (Update)
Combat level23
ExamineThe boss!
Combat info
Max hit3
Attack styleCrush
Attack speedMonster attack speed 4.png
Respawn time5 ticks (3 seconds)
Combat icon.png Combat stats
Hitpoints icon.pngAttack icon.pngStrength icon.pngDefence icon.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
Attack icon.png Aggressive stats
Monster attack bonusMonster strength bonusMagic icon.pngMonster magic strength bonusRanged icon.pngMonster ranged strength bonus
Defence icon.png Defensive stats
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
PoisonNot immune
VenomNot immune
CannonsNot immune
ThrallsNot immune
Advanced data
Monster ID1429
Foreman chathead.png

The foreman looks after the Ship Yard on Karamja. He can be found walking around on the southern tip of the docks.

During The Grand Tree, players need to either talk to him or kill him to get the lumber order. His combat level is 23. If the player decides to talk to him, he will ask three questions to which players must answer correctly to proceed.

Q. How is Glough's wife?

A. She is no longer with us.

Q. What is Glough's favourite food?

A. Wormhole.

Q. What is his new girlfriend's name?

A. Anita.

Location[edit | edit source]

Location Levels Members Spawns Map
Ship Yard (Karamja)23Member icon.png1Maplink

Drops[edit | edit source]

100%[edit | edit source]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Bones.png: Foreman drops Bones with rarity Always in quantity 1Bones1Always740

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His combat sounds and death cry are those of a gnome.
  • His respawn time is very fast, due to him being a quest NPC, and thus players need to talk to him, which could be hard if someone continually killed him and he took a while to respawn.
  • He gives an unusually small amount of combat experience when fighting.
  • Giving a wrong answer on Glough's favourite food will result in foreman responding with "Our survey said.... Bzzzzzz! Wrong answer!" This is likely a reference to Family Fortunes, a British TV-game show based on the American version of Family Feud.