Oziach

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This article is about non-event NPC. For 2021 Halloween event NPC, see Oziach (2021 Halloween event).
Oziach
Oziach.png
Released13 August 2001 (Update)
MembersNo
RaceHuman
LocationNorth-west Edgeville
Sells itemsOziach (shop)
QuestDragon Slayer I
GenderMale
OptionsTalk-to, Trade
ExamineA strange little man.
Map
Advanced data
NPC ID822
Oziach chathead.png

Oziach is a middle-aged salesman with ties to the Champions' Guild. He lives just north-west of Edgeville and, during Dragon Slayer I, informs applicants to the Guild where the three map parts to Crandor can be found. Afterwards, he sells rune platebodies, green dragonhide bodies and anti-dragon shields from his shop.

Oziach appears to wear a bulkier version of the Rune platebody with alternate colouring. Along with the Hero, he is the only other NPC wearing alternatively coloured Rune armour.

Players lucky enough to obtain a Draconic visage, and who do not have a Smithing level of 90 or higher, can pay Oziach 1,250,000 coins to combine the draconic visage with an Anti-dragon shield, making a Dragonfire shield.

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

  • Oziach is the solution to the hard cryptic clue: The keeper of Melzars...Spare? Skeleton? Anar? Players will need to solve a puzzle box.

Stock[edit | edit source]

Sells at: 130.0% • Buys at: 40.0% • Change per: 3.0%
ItemNumber
in stock
Restock
time
Price
sold at
Price
bought at
GE
price
Rune platebody.pngRune platebody25m Coins 10000.png 84,500Coins 10000.png 26,000Coins 10000.png 38,403
Green d'hide body.pngGreen d'hide body25m Coins 10000.png 10,140Coins 1000.png 3,120Coins 1000.png 4,225
Anti-dragon shield.pngAnti-dragon shield350.6sCoins 25.png 26Coins 5.png 8Coins 25.png 33

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
23 April 2015
(update | poll)

Oziach has stocked up on anti-dragon shields and is now selling them in his shop.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

Oziach (historical).png
Oziach.png
Oziach chathead (historical).png
Oziach chathead.png
29 March 2004 –
18 June 2007
18 June 2007 –
present