Runescape Cities: Brimhaven and Musa Point City Guide

While Brimhaven is a members only area, the area east of it, as well as Crandor, is accessible to free players. Brimhaven is famous to members for its Agility arena, and Brimhaven Dungeon for it’s metal dragons, while the free area section of Karamja is widely known for its fishing locations. Karamja is the only island along with Crandor that free players can access.

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Runescape Cities: Al-Kharid

Zybez RuneScape Help's Screenshot of Al KharidAl-Kharid is a great place for Mining, Crafting, and Smithing. Many quests are featured in this area and the scenery is very interesting.

Special Attractions
Toll Gate

Zybez RuneScape Help's Screenshot of the west Toll GateTo enter Al-Kharid, there are two main ways: from the north and from the west. To enter from the west, you must pass through a Toll Gate where you must pay 10gp to the guards. When you have completed the Prince Ali Rescue quest, you can pass for free. Alternatively you can enter Al-Kharid the long way, near the Al-Kharid Chasm.


The tanner will tan Cowhide to Leather for 1gp, Hard leather for 3gp, and all Dragonhides for 20gp each. He may not be the closest tanner to a bank, but he is easier to get to than most other tanners are.

The Shantay Pass

To gain access to the dry desert, you need to speak to Shantay, and give him a Shantay pass that can be bought for 5gp. This requires being a member.

Duel Arena

The Duel arena is a fun place to duel people and to watch others duel. For more information on this area, look at our Duel Arena Guide.

Sorceress’s Garden

The Sorceress’s Garden is a Thieving related minigame where the purpose is to make your way through a small maze in one of four seasons to pick the special Sq’irk fruits and make special drinks out of them to give to Osman. You can also choose to pick a herb allotment instead of the Sq’irk. Please see our Sorceress’s Garden mini game guide for more information.

Al-Kharid Chasm Mine

This is a very good mine filled with a variety of rocks which is quite far away from a bank and has annoying scorpions guarding the mine. Low-level miners may have to be cautious of them. For more information about the Al-Kharid Chasm Mine look at our Al-Kharid Chasm Mine guide.

Zybez RuneScape Help's Map of the Al-Kharid Chasm Mine

Miscellaneous Information
  • Al-Kharid
  • Arabian
  • Duel Arena
  • Egypt

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What is Jagex?

Jagex Games Studio (or Jagex Ltd./Jagex Software/JaGeX) is an online computer game developer based in Cambridge, UK. It is best known for the two versions of its RuneScape MMO, as well as for producing the FunOrb games site and publishing the MMORTS War of Legends. Jagex also owns the MMO Planetarion.[5] Jagex has over 400 employees,[4] with all content development, management, and customer support provided ‘in house’.

Prior to the release of War of Legends, Jagex produced games exclusively written using the Java language. Its name originally stood for “Java Gaming Experts”, but was changed to “Just About the Game Experience” with the release of War of Legends; as Jagex no longer dealt exclusively with Java, the original tagline was rendered defunct.[6][7] It has received a number of awards for its achievements, and is one of the highest profile developers in the UK.

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What is RuneScape?

RuneScape is a fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) released in January 2001 by Andrew and Paul Gower,[2] and developed and published by Jagex Games Studio. It is a graphical browser game implemented on the client-side in Java, and incorporates 3D rendering. The game has approximately 10¬†million active accounts per month, over 156¬†million registered accounts,[3] and is recognised by the Guinness World Records as the world’s most popular free MMORPG.[4]

RuneScape takes place in the world of Gielinor, a medieval fantasy realm divided into different kingdoms, regions, and cities.[5][6] Players can travel throughout Gielinor on foot, through use of magical teleportation spells and devices, and via numerous other methods, such as charter ships.[7] Each region offers different types of monsters, resources, and quests to challenge players. The game’s fictional universe has also been explored through a tie-in video game on its maker’s other website, FunOrb, Armies of Gielinor,[8] and a novel, Betrayal at Falador.[9]

Players are represented in the game with customisable avatars. RuneScape does not follow a linear storyline; rather, players set their own goals and objectives. Players can choose to fight non-player character (NPC) monsters, complete quests, or increase their experience in the available skills.[10] Players interact with each other through trading, chatting, or by participating in mini-games and activities, some of which are competitive or combative in nature, while others require cooperative or collaborative play.

The first public version of RuneScape was released on 4 January 2001 in beta form,[2] and in December 2001, Jagex was formed to manage the game.[11] As the game’s popularity grew, the game engine was rewritten, and its beta was opened to paying players on 1 December 2003 under the name “RuneScape 2”. It was renamed RuneScape upon its stable release on 29 March 2004.[12]

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