Recipe for Disaster/Freeing the Goblin generals

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Freeing the Goblin generals (#100.3)
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Released 15 March 2006 (Update)
Members Yes
Quest series None
Official difficulty Special
Lead developer(s) James B (framework)

Details

Start pointQuest point icon.png Inspect one of the goblin generals in the Lumbridge Castle dining room.
Official difficultySpecial
DescriptionThe goblin generals need a food that they'll both eat. Find a chef in Goblin Village to learn how to make it.
Official lengthShort
Requirements

Completion of the following quests:

Items required
Recommended
Enemies to defeat None

Walkthrough

Items required: Bread, an orange, a knife, dye (other than red, yellow, orange, or pink), spice, fishing bait, a bucket of water, and charcoal.

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First, inspect the frozen goblin generals in the Lumbridge Castle dining room to start the quest.

Go to the Goblin Village, enter the building just south of the generals and climb down the ladder. You will see Mudknuckles, a goblin cook. He will tell you to get him some charcoal to finish a cooking recipe that he overheard two dwarves talking about. Give him the charcoal. He will add it to his cauldron, which will explode in a hilarious cutscene. Miraculously, you both survive.

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The chef claims it worked.

Mudknuckles will then tell you that he has trouble with the food, as both the generals are bickering over it. To make food for the generals, he needs oranges that aren't orange, maggots that aren't bland, and bread that isn't crunchy. You can make the ingredients listed below:

Give all three to Mudknuckles to get the Slop of compromise. Give it to the goblin generals in Lumbridge to complete this part of the quest.

Rewards

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When inspecting Mudknuckles during the cutscene, it says "Half way up the wall is maybe not a naturally tenable position for a goblin."