Priestess Zul-Gwenwynig

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Priestess Zul-Gwenwynig is an elf who rows the boat to Zulrah's shrine in order to offer sacrifices. She will allow players to use her boat after they speak to High Priestess Zul-Harcinqa, replacing the original sacrifice.

Should a player die during their battle with Zulrah, when speaking with her again, she will give back most of the items the player lost in their encounter with Zulrah. Initially this will be free but after killing Zulrah 50 times she will charge 100,000 coins. Some items such as the Lunar staff can not be recovered. If they die a second time anywhere without reclaiming the items she is holding for the player, they will be permanently lost, unless the death occurs within a minigame deemed safe, such as Pest Control.

If the player manages to kill Zulrah in the encounter, the player may speak of it to Zul-Gwenwynig. She will respond that Zulrah cannot die so easily from their weak attacks and tells them to return to see what Zulrah has in store for them.

Players who wish to keep their untrimmed Skillcape from becoming trimmed can leave it in the death storage with Zul-Gwenwynig, and then reach level 99 in a different skill. The untrimmed skillcape will remain untrimmed, even when reclaimed.[1]

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Date Changes
5 September 2019

Priestess Zul-Gwenwynig's chathead was updated.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Her name, Gwenwynig, is a Welsh word that translates to toxic.
  • Any players wishing to collect their items from her after a death to Zulrah will collect them in the following order: Rune pouch, Inventory (top left to right bottom), Worn Equipment (top left to right bottom) and finally Looting bag (top left to right bottom).

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 20 April 2020. (Archived from the original on 30 May 2020.) Mod Ash: "That'd be Zul-Gwenwynig :P Yeah, if it's in there, it should be left alone as you gain another level."