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Location on World map
Unknown
Trollweiss Mountain Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern Frozen Waste Plateau
Ice Path
Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern
Kingdom Fremennik Province
Members Area Yes
Main Music Rest for the Weary
Levels 1
Strongest Monster Jelly
Quests The Tale of the Muspah
Inhabitants/Race Jellies
Canoe Path to caves
Map of the caves.

The Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern, also known as the Trollweiss Ice Caves, is an icy cave system in The North. The only way to travel there is to take the canoe in the Trollweiss Hunter area which was made during The Tale of the Muspah. The Mahjarrat Jhallan tells players, during The Tale of the Muspah, that this cavern is below a ritual stone that is involved in the Mahjarrat Ritual of Rejuvenation. After releasing him from his previous hibernation spot, the player meets Jhallan here and helps him find a peaceful hibernation area where he can wait, encased in ice, until the Ritual happens.

The area is a popular place to kill Jellies due to their comparatively high drop rate of level 3 clue scrolls. Jellies can be safe spotted in the northern most section of the eastern most cave containing Jellies behind some rocks.

If a player dies while fighting the Jellies, their gravestone will appear just outside the cave entrance.

Music

  • Rest for the Weary

Monsters

Trivia

  • The Jellies in the Ritual Site Cavern are blue-white in colour as opposed to the usual green.
  • One flaw of this area for killing Jellies is that the player cannot cast spells such as Low and High Alchemy, which are normally quite useful when fighting jellies due to the steel and mithril equipment the commonly drop. An easy way to get around this is to simply go outside to alch loot when your inventory gets too full, then to go back in to continue fighting the Jellies.
  • The glow emanating from the roof of the cavern resembles the glow emanating from the Mysterious ruins which mark the entrance to the various Runecrafting altars. Since no Runecrafting altar is known to exist around that area, the glow may relate to the Soul altar, the only unreleased altar. However, the glow also could merely indicate a hole in the roof of the cavern and have been placed there simply for dramatic effect, as Jhallan is standing under it when you first see him in the cave.
  • This area used to be slightly more dangerous as players wouldn't get a gravestone if they died in the cave. It is much safer since the update, as the gravestone appears outside the cave and can easily be reached in under four minutes by a player respawning in Lumbridge, by taking a canoe to Edgeville, the fairy ring to the Trollweiss Hunter area, then finally the canoe to near the cave entrance. 
  • Jhallan mentions the "ritual stone" is located directly above his cave.
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This article uses material from the "Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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