Kourend Woodland

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Kourend Woodland
Reginald's campsite.png
Released17 November 2016 (Update)
LocationGreat Kourend
TeleportsRada's blessing
MusicA Walk in the Woods
Advanced data

The Kourend Woodland is an area found in the southern coast of Great Kourend. It contains chinchompas to the north-west, ruby harvests in the centre, and copper longtails to the south-east.

In the area where ruby harvests are found, three NPCs, Reginald, Roy jr. and a duck, are camping. In addition, in the north-western area, there is a mysterious staircase that cannot be climbed on.

There is also a small barbarian settlement in the eastern area (directly south of the Woodcutting Guild), along with three magic trees and four yew trees nearby.

In the southernmost side, a small settlement named Land's End is found.

Getting there[edit | edit source]

Hunter creatures[edit | edit source]

The following Hunter creatures are found in this area:

Level Creature Technique
9 Copper longtail inventory image Copper longtail Bird snare
15 Ruby harvest inventory image Ruby harvest Butterfly net and jar
53 Chinchompa (Hunter) inventory image Chinchompa Box trap

Monsters[edit | edit source]

Personalities[edit | edit source]

Music[edit | edit source]

Name Unlock details Music track
A Walk in the Woods Unlocked in Kourend Woodland

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The set of staircases in the middle of the Woodlands are a reference to the stories told by a US Forest Service Search and Rescue Officer in the subreddit /r/nosleep. In particular, the story tells of mysterious staircases that are said to appear despite the out-of-place setting of the forest, and climbing them results in disastrous consequences, such as a blood vessel in the brain exploding, or a hand getting sliced off.
  • Before A Kingdom Divided's release, the woodland had four bears (two adults, two cubs) where the house north-east of the bank is. Since the rework, the area now has three bears (one adult, two cubs).