Keldagrim

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Keldagrim
Keldagrim.png
Released31 May 2005 (Update)
MembersYes
LocationDwarven Realm
InhabitantsDwarves
TeleportsGrouping teleport (Blast Furnace), Dorgesh-Kaan (Train)
MusicTale of Keldagrim, Land of the Dwarves
Map
Advanced data
Typesettlement
Location on World Map
Trollweiss and Rellekka Hunter area
Rellekka Keldagrim Mountain Camp
Seers' Village
Getting to Keldagrim.png

Keldagrim is the city of the dwarves. Its name is derived from the River Kelda flowing through the city and it is a massive underground settlement accessible from the tunnel entrance east of Rellekka. It is first visited during the The Giant Dwarf quest. This is also the home of the Blast Furnace and the Rat Pits. After the completion of Another Slice of H.A.M, players can use the Dorgesh-Kaan–Keldagrim train system to travel between the city of Dorgesh-Kaan and Keldagrim.

The city is divided into two parts by the river: the rich West Keldagrim and the poorer East Keldagrim. The Keldagrim Palace sits in the centre of the city, accessible from both halves. The city was once a monarchy during the so-called Age of Kings, but is currently ruled by a Consortium of the eight most powerful trading companies.

Transportation[edit | edit source]

The most common method of getting to Keldagrim is by using the trapdoor located in the north-west of the Grand Exchange, to take a mine cart (starting The Giant Dwarf quest is required).

There is a mine cart system in south-eastern Keldagrim that can be used to travel to and from the underground White Wolf Mountain passageway or the Dwarven Mine under Ice Mountain for a fee of 100 or 150 coins respectively.

Players can use fairy ring code dks to teleport right next to the entrance to Keldagrim.

Players can also use an enchanted lyre, and then walk north-east around the outside of Rellekka to reach the entrance to Keldagrim.

After completing Another Slice of H.A.M., players can use the Dorgesh-Kaan–Keldagrim train system.

Players can also use the Minigame Teleport for Blast Furnace. You need to have started the The Giant Dwarf quest.

After completion of the quest "Between a Rock...", players can use a Ring of Wealth to teleport to Dondakan's rock which gets players close to the ferry system that can be used to enter Keldagrim.

Quests[edit | edit source]

Shops[edit | edit source]

The poorer Keldagrim East.

Keldagrim plays host to more shops than any other city in Gielinor. As such, the city is a major attraction for those wishing to buy things. It hosts a wide range of shops, and is well-known for its vast assortment of available goods.

Gunslik's Assorted Items[edit | edit source]

Gunslik's Assorted Items is on the western side of Keldagrim. It's a general store run by Gunslik, selling supplies that should come in handy during adventuring. Its stock is somewhat similar to the general stores in Karamja.

Pickaxe-Is-Mine[edit | edit source]

Pickaxe-Is-Mine is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's a mining shop that's run by Tati and Sune, which sells every type of pickaxe with the exception of iron and dragon. This store is very convenient for ironmen because it allows players to purchase newer, more effective pickaxes while training mining in the city.

Keldagrim Stonemason[edit | edit source]

Keldagrim Stonemason is on the western side of Keldagrim. Run by the Stonemason, it is the only masonry store currently in the game. The store sells mid-to-high-level construction materials, ranging from basic limestone brick to gold leaf and magic stones.

Quality Armour Shop[edit | edit source]

Quality Armour Shop is on the western side of Keldagrim. The shop is run by Saro and sells a variety of melee armour and shields. There is also an anvil in the shop players can use.

Quality Weapons Shop[edit | edit source]

Quality Weapons Shop is on the western side of Keldagrim. The shop is run by Santiri and sells various melee weapons and also ranged weapons.

Agmundi Quality Clothes[edit | edit source]

Agmundi Quality Clothes is on the western side of Keldagrim. It's a clothes shop run by Agmundi and gets most of her stock from Vermundi(her sister). As such, she is the first destination for dwarves in need of new clothing. The clothing sold here is much too small for humans to comfortably wear, although some players wear it anyway.

Vermundi's Clothes Stall[edit | edit source]

Vermundi's Clothes Stall is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's a clothes shop run by Vermundi. Most of her merchandise is sent to Agmundi(her sister) so the stock here is somewhat lacking. Although this stall has a thieve option, it cannot actually be stolen from.

Vigr's Warhammers[edit | edit source]

Vigr's Warhammers is on the western side of Keldagrim. It's a weapon shop run by Vigr which sells a variety of warhammers. He doesn't appear to think much of humans, and is a supporter of the Red Axe, although he later denies it. There is a sink, fireplace, and more importantly, a furnace, in this room that, as of yet, cannot be used by players.

Crossbow Shop[edit | edit source]

Crossbow Shop is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's run by Hirko, and is one of only three crossbow shops in the game. It holds the same stock as the other crossbow shops: a variety of crossbow limbs and crossbow stocks. This stall is notable because it can be thieved with level 49 Thieving and because Hirko also sells Bolt pouches. If stealing from the stalls in Keldagrim, it is highly recommended you wear crush-resistant armour to defend against the Black Guards' attacks.

Carefree Crafting Stall[edit | edit source]

Carefree Crafting Stall is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's a crafting shop run by Nolar. It stocks basic crafting materials, and can be stolen from with 5 thieving.

Green Gemstone Gems[edit | edit source]

Green Gemstone Gems is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's a gem shop run by Hervi. All of the gems in this store are player stocked only. This stall can be stolen from with 75 Thieving. Stealing from this stall is a requirement for the Fremennik Hard Diaries.

Keldagrim's Best Bread[edit | edit source]

Keldagrim's Best Bread is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's a food shop run by Randivor that sells a variety of baked goods. It can be stolen from with 5 thieving and respawns twice as slow as the cake stalls in Ardougne, but gives twice as much experience.

Silver Cog Silver Stall[edit | edit source]

Silver Cog Silver Stall is on the eastern side of Keldagrim. It's a shop run by Gulldamar which sells unstrung symbols. This stall can be stolen from with 50 thieving.

Armour Store[edit | edit source]

Armour Store is a shop run by Jorzik which contains only player-stocked mithril, adamant and rune armour.

It can be found downstairs in the Blast Furnace. The items in this store are player stocked only; who sometimes sell their smithed goods here. The shop removes its stock very slowly, so anything sold to the shop will usually remain there for a while.

Ore Seller[edit | edit source]

The Ore Seller is a mining shop run by Ordan found downstairs in the Blast Furnace. This shop stocks ore used for smithing. The base stocks of all ore types are 100. The shop is restocked by a dwarf that constantly enters the room and gives a large number (around 30) of one type of ore to the shop. Ordan can also unnote ore, for a fee.

Kjut's Kebabs[edit | edit source]

Kjut's Kebabs, run by Kjut, only sells one item: kebabs. These can be bought for a single coin and are excellent food when stealing in the marketplace. Be warned, though; when consumed, kebabs can have somewhat random effects, and while they can heal a very large number of hitpoints, they can also temporarily lower stats.

Laughing Miner Pub[edit | edit source]

The Laughing Miner Pub, run by Blandebir, holds fermenting vats upstairs where players can brew their own ales. There is a barmaid of the ground floor[UK]1st floor[US] that sells stews for 20 gp each and beers for 2 gp each. A ladder inside the pub is also entrance to the Keldagrim rat pits.

Music[edit | edit source]

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
16 July 2015
(update | poll)

Added left-click farming options to the Kelda hops patch.

31 May 2005
(update)

The area was made accessible to players.

21 March 2005
(update)

The area was first added ingame with the Between a Rock... quest, but players could not yet take the boat there.