|Also called?||Drought Town|
|Release date||5 December 2005 (Update)|
|No. of banks||1|
|No. of altars||1 (After Spirits of the Elid quest)|
|No. of obelisks||0|
|Main music||Over to Nardah|
|Leader||Awusah the Mayor|
|Teleportation||• Magic carpets
• Fairy ring (DLQ)
|Location on World map|
|Uzer Hunter area|
Nardah was founded in the Third Age by a woman named Nardarine. Nardarine was a Saradominist living in a town in the northern desert that was destroyed in a battle between Saradominist and Zamorakian forces. Nardarine escaped before the fighting grew serious, and found herself wandering alone in the desert. She prayed to Saradomin for aid, but Saradomin was too focused on the ongoing battle to pay attention.
Elidinis heard her prayers, however, and brought water to Nardarine. Nardarine asked Elidinis to grant her a place where she could live a quiet life, free of the suffering of the God Wars. Elidinis agreed to this on the condition that Nardarine and her descendants swear an oath of fealty, and created the town of Nardah, giving Nardarine a statuette to worship her.
In time, more refugees from the God Wars came to the town. Nardarine allowed them to stay so long as they made the same oath of fealty she had made.
|Cake tin||13 coins||2|
The map of Nardah shows an Herbalist shop. This refers to Zahur, the herbalist. However, while Zahur will clean your herbs for a price (see The Herbalist below), she does not actually stock or sell herblore supplies.
There are also some attackable guards in Nardah.
Players may use Ali Morrisane's Magic Carpet system to travel to and from Pollnivneach. This route costs 200 coins each trip. The fee can be reduced by completing the Rogue Trader miniquest and/or wearing a Ring of Charos (a).
The Elidinis Statuette is an altar that restores prayer points and raises players Hitpoints above their normal maximum. In order to use this altar, players must have completed the Spirits of the Elid quest.