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Not to be confused with Glouphrie, a gnome wizard from the 4th age.

Glough
Glough
Release date 6 December 2004 (Update)
Race Gnome
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? Yes - The Grand Tree, Monkey Madness
Location Grand Tree
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? No
Gender Male
Examine Rough-looking gnome.
Notable features Gnome megalomaniac trying to take over the world.


Glough (pronounced "Gluff"[1]) is an ill-natured, misanthropic gnome who tries to take over Gielinor. His schemes are thwarted in The Grand Tree quest, and once again in Monkey Madness. He used to be the head tree guardian of the Tree Gnome Stronghold. He summons a Black Demon to kill the player in The Grand Tree, and in Monkey Madness has another "pet", the Jungle Demon, that he uses to further his schemes.

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The Grand Tree

King Narnode Shareen sends the player on a mission to discover why the Grand Tree is dying. Little do they know that the wheels of Glough's dreams of world domination and hatred of humans have been put in motion, he is in the process of preparing an armada of warships to strike at the heart of the human kingdoms.

In The Grand Tree, players discover that Glough has hired a man named Charlie to steal the Daconia Rocks -- magic stones kept by one of the original creators of the Grand Tree, Hazelmere, that can be used to wound and even kill the Grand Tree -- so that he can frame him as the one who is responsible for the dying Grand Tree. Glough has used these rocks on the roots of the Grand Tree to wound it. In framing Charlie, he attempts to convince King Narnode that humans are trying to destroy the Grand Tree, which the King initially believes.

The player eventually finds evidence of Glough's culpability in these plans and discovers that Glough has contracted workers to construct large warships in a distant Ship Yard to invade the human territories and attempt to control the world. After presenting this evidence to the King and following an investigation of Glough's estate by the King's subjects, the King explains that all they found were a couple of sticks. When the player deciphers the meaning of these sticks and takes them to their intended area, the player finds himself entrapped by Glough who sets a Black Demon on him. The player kills the Demon and finds King Narnode at the end of the passage with his troop inspecting the roots and finding the rocks. Under the weight of all of this evidence, King Narnode has Glough placed under house arrest and the player is rewarded for his work.

Meanwhile, an angry Glough plots his revenge against the player.

Monkey Madness

King Narnode sends the player to investigate the disappearance of the elite 10th squad, who were tasked with decommissioning the Shipyard where Glough was preparing an armada to attack mankind. It turns out that the 10th Squad crashed on a small island south of Karamja due to powerful winds that damaged their gliders. When most of the squad leaves the island to inspect a nearby atoll that had been spotted prior to the crash, several of them are captured by sapient apes who imprison them. Some of the 10th squad escape. Two conduct espionage while three others work on carrying out a rescue operation for those captured.

In Monkey Madness, players discover that G.L.O. Caranock is continuing Glough's plans for warfare with the humans, in the apparent absence of a confined Glough. King Awowogei, the leader of the apes, is eventually found to be conspiring with Glough's henchmen to attack mankind. By utilising a technological breakthrough privy only to Glough and his circle, they will be able to teleport all of the 10th squad to an arena with an enormous Jungle Demon to have them killed off. Fortunately, the squad commander, Sergeant Garkor, learns of their intent before they act on it, and with a bit of ingenuity, enables the player to teleport with the 10th squad when it happens. The demon is defeated, and it appears that Caranock's and Awowogei's plans are foiled for the time being.

After Monkey Madness, Glough can still be found in his treehouse, and when spoken to, says, "Mark my words, the monkeys are listening".

Ancient page

Glough is mentioned in Gnomish language on My notes page 13.

"Laufata ki Glough ki Ta Quir Priw Undo eso, Tolly, gnomo kar is Glough hamo sarko pro Arposandra Qua!"

Trivia

  • It is possible that he and Glouphrie are related somehow, but this has not been proven.
  • In Gnomic Negotiations, it is revealed that a few years before current times, a human threw a pie in a Gnome's face, in an attempt to join in with their fondness of jokes. The gnome, revealed to be Glough, instead of laughing, was completely cool. This may be the cause of Glough's hatred of humans, but it may not.

References

  1. ^ Jagex. Postbag 11 - Baba Yaga, Hill Giants and correct pronunciation!, Wise old tips. Postbags from the Hedge. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
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