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Location on World map
Port Sarim
Musa Point Mudskipper Point Tutorial Island
Ship yard
A map of Mudskipper Point.
Mudskipper Point.

Mudskipper Point is a peninsula located in the south of the Kingdom of Asgarnia.

Mudskipper Point can be reached by journeying south past the coastal town of Port Sarim. After passing by the Sarim Church, players will come to a small hut belonging to Thurgo, an Imcando dwarf. His hut contains two anvils, for smithing weapons, a hammock, a table and a chair. He plays a part in various quests. If you continue south and you come to a small peninsula with a sign reading:


On a members' world Mudskipper Point is known for its dangerous inhabitants; both Mudskippers and Mogres dwell in this seemingly quiet place. These creatures have affected a drunken man named Skippy, who stands south of Rimmington tossing rather empty bottles of "Captain Braindeath's Extra Strength Rum/Drain Cleaner" into the sea, yelling at the mudskippers. You can start the Mogres miniquest by speaking with him. The tree in the centre of the point points toward the cave used in the Jungle Potion quest.

When playing on a non-member world, Mudskipper Point is usually home to beach parties every once in a while. However, these are only common during the summer time. During the winter, Mudskipper Point has no use except for unlocking the piece of music entitled "Mudskipper Melody".



  • If you use the Forlorn boot, found washed up on the shore with Skippy, it will start a new conversation where he calls you loony.
  • In Postbag From the Hedge 40, Zanik said she saw a strange creature resembling the Loch Ness monster.

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


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