Fortunato

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Fortunato
Fortunato.png
Released10 April 2006 (Update)
MembersNo
RaceHuman
LocationDraynor Village
Sells itemsWine Shop.
QuestRag and Bone Man I
GenderMale
OptionsTalk-to, Trade
ExamineHe looks as if he could do with a sip of amontillado.
Map
Advanced data
NPC ID1260
Fortunato chathead.png

Fortunato is the owner of Wine Shop in Draynor Village. Free players can purchase jugs and jugs of wine from him, while members can additionally purchase bottles of wine and jugs of vinegar from him once they have started the Rag and Bone Man I quest. He will also stop players from stealing from his wine stall if he is near a player attempting to do so (requiring 22 Thieving and granting 27 experience per successful attempt).

Fortunato buys back all empty wine bottles for 2 coins a piece. This option, however, does not come up in any dialogue; a player must use the empty wine bottle on him.

If you steal from the wine stall before buying the vinegar from him for the quest, you will have to wait several minutes before you can talk to him without him calling the guards on you.

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

Fortunato is the solution to the beginner anagram clue: TAUNT ROOF.

Stock[edit | edit source]

Note: The jug of vinegar can only be bought after starting the Rag and Bone Man I quest and before finishing Rag and Bone Man II.

Sells at: 100.0% • Buys at: 60.0% • Change per: 2.0%
ItemNumber
in stock
Restock
time
Price
sold at
Price
bought at
GE
price
Jug of wine.pngJug of wine515m Coins 1.png 1Coins 1.png 0Coins 2.png 2
Jug.pngJug31m Coins 1.png 1Coins 1.png 0Coins 4.png 4
Empty jug pack.pngEmpty jug pack59sCoins 100.png 140Coins 25.png 84Not sold
Bottle of wine.pngBottle of wine215m Coins 250.png 500Coins 250.png 300Coins 250.png 608
Jug of vinegar.pngJug of vinegar5006sCoins 1.png 1Coins 1.png 0Not sold

Additionally, Fortunato will buy empty wine bottles from the player for 2 coins each. Simply use the bottle on him to sell it.

ItemPrice
bought at
Empty wine bottle.pngEmpty wine bottleCoins 2.png 2

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Fortunato's name and examine text are references to the Edgar Allan Poe story "The Cask of Amontillado". The character, Fortunato, was a self-proclaimed wine expert and a member of the masonic lodge. Later, his enemy, Montresor, gets him drunk and seals him into a wall using his skills as a mason.
  • Fortunato is Italian for "the fortunate one".