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Edgeville
Edgeville
Nicknames Edge, Ghost Town
Released 4 January 2001 (Update)
Members area No
Kingdom Misthalin
Leader King Roald
Inhabitants / Race Humans
Teleportation Charged Dragonstone Amulet
Banks 1
Altars 0
Guilds None
Location on World Map
Wilderness
Monastery (Prayer Guild) Edgeville Varrock
Barbarian Village

Edgeville, formerly Ghost Town, is a small town to the north of Barbarian Village. Both a bank and a General Store sit in the north part of town. Edgeville is also on the cusp of the southern Wilderness border, because of that it is a popular gathering spot for player killers before they go north. The bank is also used by players collecting herbs and big bones in Edgeville Dungeon.

Getting there

Player can teleport themselves to Edgeville via the Charged Dragonstone Amulet. A Spirit Tree is located in the forest east of the River Lum.

Notable features

  • Edgeville bank.
  • Edgeville Dungeon - south of the bank, there is a mausoleum with a trapdoor leading to the dungeon underneath.
  • Borders the Wilderness.
  • Building where four Men spawn is a popular place for low-levels to pickpocket, collect herbs, and train combat. A fifth Man spawns behind the building.
  • There is a gated building where four Guards spawn in the north eastern corner of town.
  • General Store
  • Range, on the upper floor of the General store

Scenery

There is one empty building containing 2 beds, with a fence, two blue flowers, and an unhealthy tree in the front yard, which must be right clicked to chop. In between the house of Men and General store is a cart, and in front of the General Store is a well. To the south is what appears to be an old mausoleum, where 2 imps roam. There are 5 coffins which can be opened and closed here.

Item spawns

History

Before the introduction of the Wilderness, Edgeville had a slightly different appearance, that of an abandoned town, and was known as Ghost Town on the world map.

The building containing Men had no roof and had ferns growing inside it. All buildings used the darker brick texture. There was no bank, and the building currently containing a bank had an entrance to the east side instead of the north. The River Lum that flows past Edgeville led directly into the sea north of Edgeville through white cliffs.

Edgeville was still important in this time period as it was the entrance to one of two dungeons (the other being Varrock Sewers). The first adamantite rock was mined in Edgeville Dungeon by the player S H A R K.

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