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Kelyn is a female citizen of Lletya. When spoken to, she will talk about the crystal spires of Prifddinas, and how she's never been there, yet a few of her friends have.

The player can only access Kelyn to pickpocket after starting Mourning's End Part I and require level 85 Thieving. A successful pickpocket yields coins or other items and 353 Thieving experience.

The location of Kelyn after completion of Song of the Elves.

During the quest Song of the Elves, players craft the Ithell statue in Lletya, causing the knowledge of the previous Lady Ithell to distill itself into Kelyn, causing her to become Lady Kelyn Ithell. She will then assist the player in sealing the Underground Pass, along with the other clan leaders.

After the quest, she can be found on the south-west side of Prifddinas, as the new leader of the Ithell Clan.

Pickpocketing[edit | edit source]

Pickpocketing info[edit | edit source]

Level required Thieving 85
Thieving XP 353 xp
Type Pickpocket
Tool None

A successful pickpocket attempt will gain one the following items:

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Coins_250.png: Kelyn drops Coins with rarity 105/128 in quantity 280-350Coins280–350105/128280–350280–350
Death rune.png: Kelyn drops Death rune with rarity 8/128 in quantity 2Death rune28/128382216
Nature rune.png: Kelyn drops Nature rune with rarity 5/128 in quantity 3Nature rune35/128540324
Jug of wine.png: Kelyn drops Jug of wine with rarity 6/128 in quantity 1Jug of wine16/12830
Diamond.png: Kelyn drops Diamond with rarity 1/128 in quantity 1Diamond11/1281,9231,200
Fire orb.png: Kelyn drops Fire orb with rarity 2/128 in quantity 1Fire orb12/1281,100180
Gold ore.png: Kelyn drops Gold ore with rarity 1/128 in quantity 1Gold ore11/12812990

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
5 September 2019

Kelyn's chathead was updated again.

25 July 2019

Kelyn's chathead and model were updated.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name Kelyn derives from the word "Celyn", which is Welsh for holly.