Fred the Farmer

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Fred the Farmer
Fred the Farmer.png
Released4 January 2001 (Update)
MembersNo
RaceHuman
LocationLumbridge
Quest Sheep Shearer
Cold War
One Small Favour
GenderMale
OptionsTalk-to
ExamineA well fed looking farmer.
Map
Advanced data
NPC ID732
Fred the Farmer chathead.png

Fred the Farmer is an agriculturalist that features in the Sheep Shearer and Cold War quests. Players can find Fred at the farmhouse north-west of Lumbridge, south of the windmill and to the west of the Lumbridge sheep pen. His farm is where you can find onions, which can be hard to find, especially for non-members. He also plays a small role in the One Small Favour quest.

If the player talks to him and says that they have seen the "Thing" (which is actually just two penguins), he will start to go on about grabbing chickens and running to the hills. In the end, the player will say that it is two penguins disguised as a sheep. He will ask if the player is feeling alright.

During the One Small Favour quest, he is one of three NPCs not to ask a favour. The second is Captain Shanks, who simply refuses to do favours and makes you do it yourself. The third is Gnormadium Avlafrim, who does not ask because he does not think you are capable of doing it.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
22 March 2006
(update)

The NPC was graphically updated with the rework of Sheep Shearer.

22 February 2005
(update)

The NPC was graphically updated with the rework of Lumbridge and Draynor.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

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29 March 2004 –
22 February 2005
22 February 2005 –
22 March 2006
22 March 2006 –
present