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The Body of Clarence

Written by Mrcsupertrain

Special Thanks to Darth Sidio, Desireful, Hamtaro, Hawk, iFree, Johnny, King Of Monra, Morty, Neo Avatars, Pig, Skuu, Warren

Start: Speak with Zavistic Rarve in the Wizards' Guild, or ring the bell outside of the guild.

Skills: Level-72 Woodcutting, Level-55 Agility, and the ability to slay strong ants (Level-40 and 50) with the ability to hit up to 15.

Quests: Must have started Back to my Roots.

What you need: Machete.

Recommended Items: Severed Hand from Back to my Roots, Weapons, Armour, Food, the ability to defeat strong level-40/50 Ants that can hit in up to 15, Watchtower (Yanille) Teleports or House Teleports if your house is in Yanille, a way to travel to Karamja (money, Ring of Charos (a), Karamja Gloves, etc.), and one or two Antipoison Potions.

 

Getting Started

 

[/name]If you remember from the quest, Hand in the Sand, a wizard named Clarence was murdered and you found his hand in a pile of sand. At the end of the quest, you collect his head and return it to Zavistic Rarve, a member of the Wizards' Guild. During the quest, Back to my Roots, you find the other severed hand, which also belongs to Clarence. Once you find the hand, you can continue to complete Back to my Roots, or you can start this mini-quest. When you're ready, speak with Zavistic Rarve with the severed hand in your inventory and select the option, "I have a rather sandy problem that I'd like to palm off on you." You can enter the Wizards' Guild and talk to Zavistic (Level-66 Magic required), or you can ring the bell outside for his service.

 

Note: If you haven't started the quest, Zogre Flesh Eaters, then you will start the mini-quest as soon as you start speaking with Zavistic. If you have completed the quest, or just started it, then you'll need to select the option method above. If you do not have the severed hand, click the same option and continue through the conversation. Once you've finished talking, scroll down to the "Finding the Body Parts" section of this guide, read the information, and begin hunting for the parts.

 

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You will exclaim that you have found something, and that "something" is a hand that belongs to Clarence. You will show the hand to Zavistic and he will take it off your hands. Next, both of you will discuss Clarence's body. Apparently, the Wizards' Guild has not buried the remains of Clarence because they want to find him as a whole for the Wizards' Great Hall. You will then be given the task of finding the other body parts.

 

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Finding the Body Parts

 

Clarence's body parts are in the Karamja Jade Vine Maze. This is the same maze from the quest, Back to my Roots. The monsters within the maze drop the body parts, but there is one creature that has the highest drop rate for the parts: the giant ants. Giant ants are quite strong. The workers are level-40 with 30 Hitpoints and are not a lot of trouble, but the level-50 soldier ants are quite strong with 40 Hitpoints. They have the ability to hit 15 quite often. You should wear some strong armor, use a strong weapon, and have some food in your inventory. Also, you'll need a machete to get around the maze. Below are some recommendations for what to wear and what to carry.

 

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  • Combat Potions: Giant ants are quite strong for their level. You might want to bring a super set to keep your stats strong. You don't need a set, but it would help. If you don't want to bring a set, then you can substitute the potion with more food.
  • Antipoison Potions: The Jungle Spiders in the maze are poisonous, and you're going to encounter some as you travel through the maze. Bring one or two to prevent yourself from dying of poison.
  • Teleportation Runes: Bring some runes to teleport out of the maze when you have all of the body parts or run of out food and need to restock. You could also use Karamja Gloves 3 to directly teleport to Shilo Village.
  • Machete: This is a necessary item if you want to enter the preferable giant ant slaying area. You do not need a fancy opal or jade one; a simple, basic machete will work.
  • Food: You must have food to make it through this maze. Any type of food that heals 12 or more is preferable.

Once you are properly prepared for fighting, travel to Karamja using your preferred method. Below is a map that shows how to reach the maze's entrance starting at Shilo Village.

 

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Once you arrive in the area indicated by the square, look for a vine that is sticking out. Right-click the vine and climb up to enter the maze. Now that you're in the maze, it's time to start killing ants for the body parts. One of the best places to kill giant ants is under the Lassoing Eagle. To arrive under the Eagle, follow these steps. Once again, make sure you are well protected with armor, weapons, food, and have a machete in your inventory. These are the steps to reach the giant ant slaying spot:

  1. [Picture] Climb up and enter the maze.
  2. [Picture] Move east and climb up.
  3. [Picture] Head south and climb down.
  4. [Picture] Walk south to another vine, move east, move south, climb down.
  5. [Picture] Go south as far as you can. Turn west and cut down the vines.
  6. [Picture] Crawl through the vines.

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You are now in a preferable giant ant slaying area. Nothing special is required here. Simply slay giant ants until you have all six of the body parts. The six parts include the torso, left arm, right arm, left leg, right leg, and foot. If you destroyed the severed hand during or after the quest, Back to my Roots, you'll need to spend some extra time killing giant ants to receive a hand drop. All of the parts are occasionally dropped. If you run out of food, feel free to restock and return to slaying after.

 

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Once you have the six (or seven) body parts, return them to Zavistic Rarve. Despite the lack of one foot, the Wizards' Guild has decided to finally put Clarence to rest. However, there is still one task left. Sandy, Clarence's murderer, awaits trial in Seers' Village. The members of the Wizards' Guild need more evidence to prove him guilty of his crime. Zavistic will ask you to search through Sandy's office in Brimhaven and find some more evidence. You can teleport to Karamja and head to Brimhaven yourself, or accept a free teleport from Zavistic. It's a wise idea to accept Zavistic's teleport, so do so. While you are searching, the Wizards' Guild will be preparing a ceremony.

 

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Finding Evidence

 

Zavistic's teleport will place you in Sandy's office on Karamja. Your task is to find some evidence that will prove Sandy guilty of his crime. Search Sandy's desk against the southern wall and you will find a locked diary.

 

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Diary.gifThe diary has four options: Unlock, Use, Destroy, and Examine. Use the Unlock option. Your character will attempt to unlock the diary. If successful, the diary will open and you can read it. If failure, you will lose one-half of your current hitpoints. Once you've failed once, it does not guarantee your second attempt will be successful. You can fail more than once, so be watchful of your current hitpoints. Once you've opened the diary, skim through the pages of the unlocked diary until you've finished reading the entire diary. You'll learn that Sandy had hard times running a business and the reasons why he killed Clarence. Head back to Zavistic Rarve in Yanille and present him with the diary.

 

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At first, Zavistic will not understand why you have brought him a diary. He will mock the diary, thinking it does not provide enough evidence. After explaining to Zavistic what you found in the diary, he will exclaim with glee that there is enough evidence to punish Sandy. Hand over the diary to Zavistic. Congratulations, you have completed the first part of the mini-quest. You will now receive your first reward: 100 Law Runes and 200 Blood Runes.

 

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The Ceremony

 

After receiving your 300 Runes, Zavistic will invite you to attend a special ceremony. The Wizards' Guild is going to put Clarence to rest. You can attend the ceremony by accepting Zavistic's offer, or you can decline and continue to travel RuneScape. It is recommended that you attend the ceremony, as there is a special reward at the end. Most of you will accept the lovely offer to a beautiful ceremony. Once you accept, your screen will fade into black and a cut scene will begin. The ceremony will begin with a gathering of the wizards in the back of the Wizards' Guild at the burial spot.

 

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Each of the wizards will say something in honor of Clarence. Zavistic, though, does the most talking and says the most meaningful words.

 

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Once the ceremony is over, the wizards will use their magic to bury Clarence. You will be thanked by Zavistic and will be rewarded with 10,000 Experience to your Magic skill. The cut scene will end and you will have completed the mini-quest. Congratulations!

 

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[name=13]The Rewards

 

Overall, you should have received three rewards.

  • 100 Law Runes
  • 200 Blood Runes
  • 10,000 Magic Experience

Fast Quest Walkthrough

  1. [^] Speak with Zavistic Rarve of the Wizards' Guild by ringing the bell outside. Tell him about a sandy problem.
  2. [^] Give him the severed hand and continue through the conversation, or move on to the next step.
  3. [^] Equip yourself with strong armour, weaponry, food, potions, teleport runes, and a machete.
  4. [^] Travel to the Jade Vine Maze on Karamja.
  5. [^] Navigate your way through the maze to an area with many giant ants.
  6. [^] Kill ants until you have all six (or seven) of Clarence's body parts.
  7. [^] Return to Zavistic and give him all the parts. Accept his teleport to Sandy's office in Brimhaven.
  8. [^] Search Sandy's desk until you find a diary.
  9. [^] Open the diary. You might fail and lose many hitpoints.
  10. [^] Skim through the diary and return it to Zavistic. Accept your first reward of law and blood runes.
  11. [^] Accept the invitation to Clarence's ceremony. A cut scene will start.
  12. [^] Collect your second reward of 10,000 Magic experience.
  13. [^] Congratulations, mini-quest complete.

Edited by Mrcsupertrain

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I know you're finishing it tommorow but knowing the rewards is nice =P

 

Only one creature in the maze drops the body parts, which are the giant ants. Giant ants are found all over the maze, but one of the best places to slay them is under the Eagle.

Maybe explain what the eagle is.

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I know you're finishing it tommorow but knowing the rewards is nice =P

 

Only one creature in the maze drops the body parts, which are the giant ants. Giant ants are found all over the maze, but one of the best places to slay them is under the Eagle.

Maybe explain what the eagle is.

Why? This guide isn't about eagle travel. That should be in the Back to my Roots quest guide, along with the hunter guide. :P

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Looking good so far, I found some corrections:

Start: Speak with Zavistic Rarve in the Wizards' Guild, or ring the bell by ringing the bell outside of the guild.

That could be changed to 'ring the bell outside of the guild'.

 

What you need: Machete and the Hand from Back to my Roots. If you do not have the Hand, do not worry about it. You can start this mini-quest without it, but it will take longer to complete.

Doesn't that make it a recommended item, then?

 

During the quest, Back to my Roots, you find a severed hand, which belongs to the murder wizard, Clarence.

Murdered

 

The six parts include the torso, leg arm, right arm, left leg, right leg, and foot.

Left

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in finding the body parts, line 3 u said Giants Ants. Unless we'ee talking about football, its Giant ants

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Looking good so far, I found some corrections:

All fixed, thanks. :)

 

in finding the body parts, line 3 u said Giants Ants. Unless we'ee talking about football, its Giant ants

Haha, fixed and thanks. :unsure:

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Recommended Items: Severed Hand from Back to my Roots, Weapons, Armour, Food, the ability to defeat strong level-40/50 Ants that can hit in up to 15, Watchower (Yanille) Teleports or House Teleports if your house is in Yanille, money / Ring of Charos (a) / Karamja Gloves to get to Karamja, and one or two Antipoison Potions.

 

Small correction: Watchower should be Watchtower :wub:

 

The guide looks great. :s

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Once you've finished talking, scroll down to the Finding the Body Parts" section of this guide, read the information, and begin slaying.

Add a " before 'Finding the Body Parts'.

 

Getting Stared

I don't want to get stared at :)

 

If you destroyed the severed hand during or after the quest

Why not add a link to the picture here as well? hand.gif

 

Quests: Back to my Roots.

No dot needed after the name, right? Also link it to the guide.

 

Oh well, I know this guide is 50% complete :)

 

 

iFree! uFree! weFree! iFree!

 

PS. Make sure to link:

  1. Wizards' Guild
  2. Ring of Charos (a)
  3. Agility
  4. Back to my Roots
  5. Antipoison Potion
  6. Seers' Village
  7. Brimhaven
  8. Hand in the Sand

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Once you've finished talking, scroll down to the Finding the Body Parts" section of this guide, read the information, and begin slaying.

Add a " before 'Finding the Body Parts'.

It took me a while to get what you were saying, but I'll fix it. :P

 

Getting Stared

I don't want to get stared at :box:

I really hope you're not that idiotic. :s

 

If you destroyed the severed hand during or after the quest

Why not add a link to the picture here as well? hand.gif

Good Idea, I will do so.

 

Quests: Back to my Roots.

No dot needed after the name, right? Also link it to the guide.

Who cares about a dot? It's fine. :lol: I do linking last

 

PS. It's possible to do without level-66 Magic (Bell outside Magic Guild)?

Yes, I never said you needed 66-Magic.

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Getting Started

 

 

"Oops!"

 

^_^

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Getting Started

 

 

"Oops!"

 

:P

Oh, now I see the error, thanks. :)

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Getting Started

 

 

"Oops!"

 

:P

Oh, now I see the error, thanks. :lol:

 

It still says "getting stared"

 

:P

 

:P

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Getting Started

 

 

"Oops!"

 

:)

Oh, now I see the error, thanks. :)

 

It still says "getting stared"

 

:P

 

:yay:

It's been fixed, thanks. :xd:

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Simply slay giant ants until you have all six of the body parts. The six parts include the torso, left arm, right arm, left leg, right leg, and foot.

You got the Arms and Legs the wrong way round. :P

 

IDB with them named correctly :P

 

Just typed out the whole Diary incase someone skimmed through it, then wants to read it later. :unsure:

Edited by Neo Avatars

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Extremely nice guide, as always. I like the way you have reduced the thickness of your borders.

 

This reminds me. I still need to finish my HAM Dungeon guide. So Sal, if you're reading this, it isn't abandoned. :unsure:

 

:D

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You got the Arms and Legs the wrong way round. :(

 

IDB with them named correctly :)

Thanks, Neo. :) I just changed the links to the IDB ones.

 

Just typed out the whole Diary incase someone skimmed through it, then wants to read it later. :P

Thanks, I linked to the diaries: locked and unlocked.

 

Extremely nice guide, as always. I like the way you have reduced the thickness of your borders.

Thanks. :wub:

 

This reminds me. I still need to finish my HAM Dungeon guide. So Sal, if you're reading this, it isn't abandoned. ;) :)

Good luck with your guide. :)

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A little mistake I found:

 

Each of the wizards will say something in honor of Clarence. Zavistic, though, does the most talking and says the most most meaningful words.

 

You have added most twice.

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A little mistake I found:

 

Each of the wizards will say something in honor of Clarence. Zavistic, though, does the most talking and says the most most meaningful words.

 

You have added most twice.

Fixed, thank you.

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Even though it takes up 1 more inventory slot, using the fairy ring to bank would be some-what quicker. But hell, Shilo is convenient(sp?) enough to get to.

 

Great guide btw :P

 

OnYx :devil:

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You could use the Karamja Gloves 3 to get to Shilo (for example, restocking food), and save space in your inventory for more food by just wearing the gloves instead of bringing teleport runes.

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Even though it takes up 1 more inventory slot, using the fairy ring to bank would be some-what quicker. But hell, Shilo is convenient(sp?) enough to get to.

 

Great guide btw :(

 

OnYx :)

Thanks, and I will not be adding your suggestion.

 

Great guide, can;t wait to try it out :)

 

Btw, might want to mention the hp and high hits of the ants :)

I've already said what their highest hit is, but I will add their hitpoint amount.

 

You could use the Karamja Gloves 3 to get to Shilo (for example, restocking food), and save space in your inventory for more food by just wearing the gloves instead of bringing teleport runes.

It's not easy to get Karamja gloves, so I didn't want to add it. Since you brought it up again, I'll add something to the section where I explain what should be in your inventory.

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You have missed out one very important thing: You need 72 Woodcutting to cut down the vines in the maze :aware:

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You have missed out one very important thing: You need 72 Woodcutting to cut down the vines in the maze :o

I'll add that, but don't you think you should also add that to your guide? :P

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