Olaf the Bard

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NormalThe Fremennik Exiles
Olaf the Bard
Olaf the Bard.png
Released2 November 2004 (Update)
Sells itemsMusic cape
QuestThe Fremennik Trials
ExamineA Fremennik bard.
Advanced data
Olaf the Bard chathead.png

Olaf the Bard is a travelling bard and member of the Fremennik Council of Elders. His vote is required for the completion of The Fremennik Trials. The player is required to make a Lyre from the branch of a Swaying tree and string it using Golden fleece. The bard then tells the player to play in the Rellekka Longhall Bar. After doing so, he will pledge his vote and teach the player how to turn the lyre into an Enchanted lyre. He can be found wandering just east of the long hall.

Players who have unlocked all non-holiday music tracks can buy a Music cape from Olaf the Bard at the cost of 99,000 coins. In order to trim the music cape, players are required to unlock all music tracks, including holiday event tracks as well as completion of all achievement diaries.

When spoken to with a basilisk jaw in the player's inventory, he will tell a tale about the basilisks. After this, the player will be able to create Neitiznot faceguards.

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Note: If a player has unlocked all music tracks (including holiday tracks) and completed every achievement diary, they will receive the trimmed variant of the cape instead.

sold at
Music cape.pngMusic capeCoins 10000.png 99,000

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
30 July 2015

Olaf now wears and sells the music cape.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

Olaf the Bard (historical).png Olaf the Bard.png
2 November 2004 –
30 July 2015
30 July 2015 –

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the original version of The Fremennik Trials featured in the RuneScape 2 beta, he appeared as the character Olaf.
  • He has a brother named Falo the Bard.
  • Olaf is a name of Scandinavian origin, meaning 'ancestor'.