Karamjan gods

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The tribal statue from Tai Bwo Wannai, dedicated to the Karamjan gods.

The Karamjan gods are a pantheon of deities worshipped by the tribal people of Karamja.[1] The people of Karamja tell little of their gods to outsiders, making their origins and nature a closely guarded secret.

The gods are most prominently alluded to during the Jungle Potion quest, during which the elderly priest Trufitus Shakaya of Tai Bwo Wannai Village wishes to commune with them. To do this, Trufitus must prepare a ceremonial collection of herbs, which will place him in a mental state that will supposedly allow him to speak to the "spirits". Apparently, the gods were angry with the villagers, who fled as a result, although the ritual apparently settled their relations.[2] According to Trufitus, the gods have now been placated.[3] The three sons of the village chief, Tinsay, Tamayu and Tiadeche, had also fled, but were returned by an adventurer in the Tai Bwo Wannai Trio quest. Tamayu also calls upon the gods during the latter quest to witness his triumph over the Shaikahan.

The still-used idol constructed in Tai Bwo Wannai's centre is perhaps the most prominent indication of deity worship, its powers imbuing those who pray at it with holy energy much like the altars of other gods.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In RuneScape 3 it has been revealed that they consist of three demi-gods; Shaika, her husband Kharazi and their daughter Raharni.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Trufitus in Jungle Potion. Old School RuneScape. "My people are afraid to stay in the village. They have returned to the jungle. I need to commune with the gods to see what fate befalls us."
  2. ^ Scout in The General's Shadow. Old School RuneScape. "There were some strange occurrences in Tai Bwo Wannai. The people fled their village because their gods were angry with them, or the like, but now they have returned."
  3. ^ Trufitus in Tai Bwo Wannai Trio. Old School RuneScape. "I have communed with my gods and the future looks good for my people. We are happy now that the gods are not angry with us."