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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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The Bull roarer is a quest item used during the Legends Quest. It is obtained by giving a complete map of Kharazi Jungle to a forester just outside the Kharazi Jungle. The bull roarer is used to summon a local tribesman named Gujuo from the dense jungle at various points during the quest for advice on how to proceed at each point. When used, the player swings it around his head, making a whirring sound.

The bull roarer in action.

Sometimes, if you swing it near an Oomlie bird or a Jungle Savage (Level 90), they will become angry at you for disturbing the jungle's peace, and will attack you. Also, if you swing it not far enough into the jungle, nothing will happen, and a message will come up in your text box saying "You feel slightly ridiculous after a while."

If used in an area other than the Kharazi Jungle, nothing will happen other than the player swinging it. If lost, the bull roarer can be bought back from any of the foresters at the price of an oomlie wrap. The drop trick will work to get multiple bull roarers from foresters if you use radimus notes on forester.

Once Legends Quest is complete you may discard it; however, some choose to keep it as a fun item as it looks like the holiday item, Yo-yo.

Due to a recent discovery of its annoying sound effect some players have received amusement at using it while at the Grand Exchange, as other players often get annoyed at the constant sound disruption. However, this is not a glitch, as this sound was used in calling tribesmen during the Legends Quest.

The sound can be nullified by turning ambient sounds off or by just walking away from the area it is used at. The sound can be heard in about 10x10 square radius from the user. As of the February 1 2010 update, the sound is no longer area based.


This article uses material from the "Bull roarer" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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