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Cook's brother
File:Cook's_brother.png
Release date Unknown edit
Race Human
Members NPC? No
Quest NPC? 2008 Thanksgiving event, 2009 Thanksgiving event
Location Lumbridge Castle
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? No
Gender Male
Examine The brother of the Head Cook of Lumbridge Castle.
Notable features Gives players a book to spy on turkeys in the 2008 Thanksgiving event. The only NPC in the first part of the 2009 Thanksgiving event.

The Cook's brother is the brother of the Lumbridge Castle Cook sometimes located within the kitchen of Lumbridge Castle. He gave players a book to keep track of the turkeys they spied on during the 2008 Thanksgiving event. After the event, he and the turkeys were removed from the game. Because only he can give out the turkey book, and it could only be re-obtained from him, his disappearance made it impossible to reacquire the turkey book after the event, making the book a discontinued item. Diango does not return the book if a player loses it.

He is also the starting point of the 2009 Thanksgiving event. He fed the turkeys a special mix of foods that was meant to make them lean and tasty, but instead made them very strong and aggressive. To defeat the turkeys so that they can be roasted and feasted upon, he gave the player some 'Fabled Gravy of Turkey Slaying' taken from the 'Gravy Boat of Saradomin', giving the player increased damage to turkeys, giving the players the ability to hit up to 200 damage, although giving no exp.

The Cook's brother only appears in Thanksgiving events.

Trivia

  • He physically resembles his brother; however, his shirt and trousers are differently coloured.
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