Gnome glider

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Gnome glider
Gnome glider.png
Released12 December 2002 (Update)
QuestThe Grand Tree
ExamineFly Gnome Air.
Advanced data
Object ID187, 5825

Gnome gliders are a method of transportation available after completing The Grand Tree quest. The most common way to quickly access them is by teleporting to Al Kharid with a ring of dueling, an amulet of glory, or via usage of the royal seed pod after Monkey Madness II. They can fly to many locations and can be used in combination with spirit trees and the fairy ring network.

Transportation[edit | edit source]

Glider Locations
Ta Quir Priw - The Grand Tree (Top Level) Sindarpos - The peak of White Wolf Mountain Lemanto Andra - West of the Digsite Kar-Hewo - Al Kharid
Lemantolly Undri - Feldip Hills Ookookolly Undri - North-west Ape Atoll Gandius - South of the Karamjan Ship Yard
The Glider Network map.

Gnome gliders are located at:

  • Ta Quir Priw - The Grand Tree
    • The top level provides normal service.
    • On the 1st floor[UK]2nd floor[US] there is a special service during the Monkey Madness I quest.
  • Gandius - South of the Shipyard on Karamja.
  • Kar-Hewo - Al-Kharid
  • Sindarpos - The peak of White Wolf Mountain. However this place is dangerous to low-levelled members.
  • Lemanto Andra - Just west of the Digsite near Varrock.
    • This trip is one-way; the glider will crash and you cannot fly back from here. Also, you cannot use the closest gate unless you have 153 kudos at the Varrock Museum.
  • Lemantolly Undri - Western Feldip Hills (To access this location you must have completed One Small Favour.)
  • Ookookolly Undri - North-west on Ape Atoll (To access this location you must have completed Monkey Madness II.)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The names of the destinations, except for Ape Atoll, can be translated using the Translation book acquired during the Grand Tree quest.
    • Ta Quir Priw translates to "The Guardian Tree."
    • Gandius means "Jungle."
    • Kar-Hewo translates to "No Grass" (since Al Kharid is a desert.)
    • Sindarpos translates to "Big Rocks."
    • Lemanto Andra translates to "Man City."
    • Lemantolly Undri translates to "Stupid Man Lands."
  • Captain Klemfoodle's examine text, "Up up and away!", is a reference to Trans World Airlines's ad jingle from the 1960s.