Thurgo

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Thurgo, the supposed last of the Imcando dwarf race, is found outside the Asgarnian Ice Dungeon, south of Port Sarim, and just north of Mudskipper Point. He is a master of Smithing and players who have achieved level 99 in Smithing can purchase the Smithing cape from him for 99,000 coins. Additionally, he is one of the main characters encountered during the The Knight's Sword quest.

Using the book Imcandoria's fall on him will reveal hidden dialogue in which he asks the player that they bring him along should they plan an expedition to the Isle of Garmr mentioned in the book. After the player talks to Ramarno upon completing the Below Ice Mountain quest, Thurgo can be informed of the discovery of another living Imcando dwarf.

The Knight's Sword[edit | edit source]

Thurgo lives in a small hut right by the Asgarnian Ice Caves, in which a player who's doing The Knight's Sword quest must talk to him to create a blurite sword for Sir Vyvin. Thurgo will only help the player out if he was given a redberry pie. After that, he'll request a picture of the sword, then a chunk of blurite ore and 2 iron bars to make the sword, in which the player will give in the sword and complete the quest. Following completion of the quest, Thurgo will provide additional blurite swords given blurite ore and 2 iron bars.

The Giant Dwarf[edit | edit source]

Thurgo plays a partial role in the quest, where he will fix the dwarven battleaxe for you with an iron bar. The player will need to give Thurgo another redberry pie to get him to fix the axe if they have not given him a second one during or after The Knight's Sword.

Stock[edit | edit source]

Note: If a player has multiple 99s, they will receive the trimmed variant of the cape instead.

ItemPrice
sold at
Smithing cape.pngSmithing capeCoins 10000.png 99,000

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Thurgo's name is a possible reference to Thurgoland, a village in South Yorkshire, England.