Glod

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This fight takes place in an instanced area.
On death, all unprotected items will be moved to a grave outside the instance. Any items left on the ground will be lost.
NormalHard
Glod
Glod.png
Released4 June 2007 (Update)
MembersYes
Combat level138
Size4x4
ExamineA cloud giant.
Combat info
XP bonus+5%
Max hit25
AggressiveYes
PoisonNo
Attack styleCrush
Attack speedMonster attack speed 4.png
Combat icon.png Combat stats
Hitpoints icon.pngAttack icon.pngStrength icon.pngDefence icon.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
16011512011011
Attack icon.png Aggressive stats
Monster attack bonusMonster strength bonusMagic icon.pngMonster magic strength bonusRanged icon.pngMonster ranged strength bonus
+0+0+0+0+0+0
Defence icon.png Defensive stats
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
+105+110+130+125+100
Immunities
PoisonImmune
VenomImmune
Advanced data
Monster ID5129,6358

Glod is a huge, muscular giant who can be found on the cloud at the top of the magic beanstalk in the Grim Tales quest. He has a Combat level of 138. Glod has the ability to bellow threats at players to either make them run in fear of the huge giant or charge at him in anger. He can also heal himself, similar to the gorillas on Ape Atoll, as well as boost his Attack and Strength, making him a bit harder to kill. When Glod is killed he drops the golden goblin which is a quest item needed for the Grim Tales quest.

Glod is immune to poison-based attacks. In addition, he also has the ability to disable any active Prayers on the player, also lowering their prayer points by a noticeable amount. If you stand at least 3 steps away from him, he will not be able to use his melee attacks.

A good method of fighting Glod is with magic, standing at the edge of the arena as to render his bellow that makes players run away useless. Players will then only have to worry about the bellow that makes them charge forward.

Alternatively, using melee with Protect from Melee will negate damage from his attacks.

He can be fought in the Nightmare Zone after the quest is complete.

Drops[edit | edit source]

100%[edit | edit source]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Big bones.png: Glod drops Big bones with rarity Always in quantity 2Big bones2Always2500
Uncut sapphire.png: Glod drops Uncut sapphire with rarity Always in quantity 1Uncut sapphire1Always35415
Uncut ruby.png: Glod drops Uncut ruby with rarity Always in quantity 1Uncut ruby1Always1,30660
Watering can(4).png: Glod drops Watering can(4) with rarity Always in quantity 1Watering can(4)1AlwaysNot sold0
Golden goblin.png: Glod drops Golden goblin with rarity Always in quantity 1Golden goblin1Always[d 1]Not sold0
  1. Golden goblins are only dropped during Grim Tales.

Tertiary[edit | edit source]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Long bone.png: Glod drops Long bone with rarity 1/400 in quantity 1Long bone11/400Not sold3
Curved bone.png: Glod drops Curved bone with rarity 1/5,012.5 in quantity 1Curved bone11/5,012.5Not sold4

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Upon release, Glod could be fought an infinite number of times. This was changed by an update.
  • Glod is an alternate name for Fornjót, an ancient giant in Norse mythology.
  • While fighting, Glod may shout "Glod smash!" and "Glod angry! You wouldn't like Glod when angry!" These are both a reference to the Marvel Comics hero, the Incredible Hulk, who says "Hulk smash!" and "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry."
  • Glod's appearance is very similar to that of the Incredible Hulk. It might be possible that Glod's design was based on him.
  • Glod is one of the few NPCs that actually has visible fingers.
  • Glod was featured as the first question in the RuneScape quiz 14. This quiz was released 29 June 2010, the question being "Where can Glod be found?" The answer was "At the top of a beanstalk like all good giants!"
  • Glod is currently the largest giant in the game.
  • The golden goblin is a reference to the golden hen and the golden harp from the fairy tale: "Jack and the Beanstalk." The giant being found at the top of a beanstalk (and someone murdering the giant and stealing his possessions) is also a reference to Jack and the Beanstalk.