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Paterdomus Canifis Haunted Woods
Mort Myre Swamp
Canifis.

Canifis (known as "Kharyrll" in the language used in Ancient Magicks) is a village that lies to the east of Varrock. It is the village of the werewolves, and is accessible only to members who have completed the Priest in Peril quest.

The name of the town most likely comes from the Latin word "Canis", which means "dog"[1]. There is certainly a dog theme here, with the names of some of the shopkeepers including Sbott (difficult to say without saying "Spot"), Barker, Roavar, and Rufus.

Canifis appears to be based on a small Slavic village, with villagers having names like Boris, Yuri, and Svetlana.

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Travel to Canifis

Notable features in Canifis

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Bank

There is a bank in eastern Canifis.

Mazchna

Main article: Mazchna

Mazchna is the second Slayer master, and is located in north-eastern Canifis. He will give assignments to any player with level 20 or higher combat. His tasks are relatively easy, and are usually close to Canifis.

Clothes shop

Barkers' Haberdashery sells a variety of clothes.
Main article: Barkers' Haberdashery

The clothes shop, Barkers' Haberdashery, is in the northern part of the city. All items cost 650 coins each, except for the capes, which vary in price. Coloured gloves and capes are tradeable to free-to-play players, but all other items are members only.

Tannery

Sbott the tanner will tan cow hides or dragon hides for you.

Taxidermist

Main article: Taxidermist

The Taxidermist will stuff any monster heads or Big fish for a price. These stuffed items can be then used in a player-owned house. She is located in a house North West of the tavern.

Shop

The general store in Canifis sells basic items as well as needles and thread.

The shop is more expensive than most other general stores in RuneScape. It sells basic items, but unlike most other general stores, it also sells needles and thread.

Raw meat

Players can buy various raw meats.

The raw meat shop lies to the north of the bank. It sells various raw meats and raw fish.

Inn

Main article: Hair of the Dog

The Hair of the Dog tavern is owned by bartender Roavar, who will sell players a Moonlight Mead beer for 5 coins. There are also several quest-related NPCs in residence.

The examine text for a certain part of the bar is: "Where everybody knows your username". This is a parody of the song Where Everybody Knows Your Name, which was used as the theme tune for Cheers.

Notable features near Canifis

Inhabitants

Attackable characters

The men and women who inhabit Canifis are normally rather rude to any player who speaks to them. However, they are much more polite to any player who is wearing the Ring of Charos.

They are also attackable, though they are much more dangerous than they initially appear. In human form their combat level is only 24, but if attacked they turn into level 88 werewolves. Players can only prevent this transformation by attacking them with a wolfbane dagger, which is a reward for the completion of Priest in Peril quest.

The attackable inhabitants are:

Other notable characters

Other non-player characters found in Canifis include:

  • Vanstrom Klause, one of the brutal henchmen of Lord Draken and member of the Vyrewatch who rules Morytania
  • Malak, a vampire who can be found in the bar
  • Ulizius, who guards the gate into Mort Myre Swamp

Music

The following music tracks are used in Canifis:

  • Village
  • Stillness
  • Morytania
  • Still Night

Quests

The following quests are started or are involved in Canifis:

References

Trivia

Some inhabitants have Russian names (Boris, Irina, Lev, Milla, Nikita, Sofiya, Svetlana, Vera, Yadviga, Yuri, Zoja) .


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

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