Spirit of Scorpius

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Spirit of Scorpius
Spirit of Scorpius.png
Released17 March 2003 (Update)
LocationGrave of Scorpius, south-west of Ardougne
ExamineThe essence of evil.
Advanced data
NPC ID5371
Spirit of Scorpius chathead.png

The Spirit of Scorpius is a Zamorakian ghost.[1] After completion of Observatory Quest, he will give the player an unholy mould and bless unholy symbols. He is found south-west of Ardougne by the Grave of Scorpius, due north of the Observatory.

Scorpius is close to both the red salamander hunting area and the Ourania Cave.

Whilst alive, Scorpius was an astronomer and had an apprentice named Phyrrys. It is said that he created the art, and that he has a constellation named after him.[2]

Scorpius was later persecuted for his craft and his knowledge and instruments were almost totally lost.[3] The art eventually returned to the world, as discovered in the Observatory Quest.

Stock[edit | edit source]

sold at
Unholy mould.pngUnholy mouldFree

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Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

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Spirit of Scorpius chathead (historical).png Spirit of Scorpius chathead.png
29 March 2004 –
22 January 2007
22 January 2007 –

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Though he is a ghost, the player does not need an amulet of ghostspeak to talk to him. When you do talk to him, the chatbox says, "This powerful spirit seems capable of speaking to you even though you are not wearing an Amulet of Ghostspeak."

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Astronomy book, Old School RuneScape. "Before long, Scorpius used his knowledge for predicting the future, and, in turn, he called upon the dark knowledge of Zamorakian worshippers to further his cause."
  2. Jagex. Postbag 21 - "Transcript:Somethingorotherwotsit", Letter 5, by Reldo. RuneScape Postbags from the Hedge.
  3. Astronomy book, Old School RuneScape. "The kings of that time worked to banish the Zamorakian followers in the area, hiding all reference to Scorpius's invention, due to its 'evil nature'."