OSRS Making History

Everyone wants to make history and leave their mark by being remembered for something they’ve done. Unfortunately, this OSRS quest has nothing to do with that, in reality, the OSRS Making History quest is about something else. 

OSRS Making History

Your task in the OSRS Making History quest is to restore an outpost north of West Ardougne and prevent it from being destroyed. The current occupant wants to employ your skills to construct its true history before time runs out.

Quest Requirements to complete OSRS Making History

  • Priest in Peril
  • Partial completion of The Restless Ghost

Items Needed for OSRS Making History

  • 2 ecto-token 
  • Spade
  • Sapphire amulet (strung)
  • Ghostspeak amulet or Morytania legs 2 or higher 
  • Stamina or Energy potions
  • Ardougne teleport 
  • Necklace of passage 
  • Ectophial
  • Ring of dueling
  • Enchanted lyre 

Droalak The Ghost

OSRS Making History

To start the OSRS Making History quest you have to go and talk to Jorral in the outpost just north-west of West Ardougne. To save the outpost from King Lathas, talk to Erin the silver merchant, Droalak the ghost, and Dron the warrior. 

Make your way to Port Phasmatys, to enter Port Phasmatys you must pay two ecto-tokens to the town guards. Next head to the general store and talk to Droalak in, or around the general store. 

He will give you a scroll if you give a strung sapphire amulet to his wife, Melina. Melina is in the building directly east of the general store. After giving Melina the amulet, you must go back to Droalak to receive the scroll.

The Silver Merchant

Talk to Erin, the Silver merchant, in East Ardougne. You will find him at the northwestern stall in the central market. Erin will tell you about his great grandfather, and that he has an Enchanted key. Ask him if you can borrow it and he will agree. The key changes temperature as you walk. 

Teleport to Castle Wars and cross both of the bridges to the North until you are around 4 steps North from the East side of the second bridge. As soon as you feel that the Enchanted key is steaming, take out your spade and dig to find a Chest. Use the Enchanted key to open it and you will find a Journal. 

Dron The Warrior

Go to Rellekka and talk to Dron’s brother, Blanin near the Dairy churn, East of the Longhall. Then go north of Skulgrimen’s Battle Gear, and speak to Dron. He can be found close to the northernmost dock. 

Dron will ask different questions that you need to answer, so these are the answers that you need to tell him:

  • He wields an iron mace in battle.
  • He eats rats for breakfast.
  • He eats kittens for lunch.
  • He eats bunnies for tea.
  • His favourite drink is red spider blood.
  • He is 36 years, 8 months (21 days) old.
  • He studies the Fifth and Fourth ages.
  • His house is on the northeast side of town.
  • His brother’s name is Blanin.
  • His pet cat is named Fluffy.
  • 5 and 7 is 12

After answering the questions, Dron will reveal part of the outpost’s history. That involves two friends battling each other at the outpost. With one siding with Zamorak, and the other Saradomin. 

It’s later learned they both stand down, after observing the destruction of the battle, choosing the side of Guthix. After that one of them becomes King of Ardougne, and the other runs the marketplace.

Give everything to Jorral. He’ll give you a letter to take to the king of East Ardougne. King Lathas can be found upstairs in his castle in central Ardougne just across the river. He will give back a letter to take to Jorral, in which he promises not to tear down the outpost. After taking it to Jorral, Jorral will make a museum out of the outpost.

Rewards

OSRS Making History
  • 3 Quest points
  • 1,000 Crafting experience
  • 1,000 Prayer experience
  • 750 coins
  • Enchanted key, allowing you to go on your own treasure digs until it disappears
  • Access to the museum in the outpost
  • Ability to complete master clue hot/cold Treasure Trails.
  • Completing this quest awards the player with 5 Kudos which can be claimed by talking to Historian Minas in the Varrock Museum.
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