Welcome to this year's thanksgiving event guide.
Note: If you finished previous year's thanksgiving event, you would not be able to take part in this year's event. If you try to start the event, the cook's brother would simply thank you for helping him in the previous year's help. This is mainly because Jagex is trying to discontinue this thanksgiving event due to some reasons ranging from the fact that thanksgiving is not celebrated in the UK and that it is not much of relevance.
So as expected, this year's event is similar to the previous year's.
To start the event, talk to the Cook's Brother in the Lumbridge Castle kitchen. He explains that the cooks have been feeding special food to the turkeys to make them lean and more tasty, but this has made them stronger and more aggressive, and the turkeys have now formed an army to resist being roasted.
The Cook's Brother shall then, if the player wishes, teleport the player to a previously unused field north of Lumbridge, next to theWindmill . The Cook's Brother then hands the player the Fabled Gravy of Turkey Slaying.
Once inside the field, ten level 138 Turkeys will need to be killed. Due to the effects of the fabled gravy, players can hit up to 1990 damage (without a Special Attack ) on the turkeys and almost never take damage, regardless of stats or equipment. No experience is given for damaging the turkeys, unless you are using Magic.
Once the turkeys have been defeated, the player will be returned to Lumbridge Castle kitchen, where the Cook's Brother will thank them for saving Thanksgiving, and players who have not yet unlocked the Give Thanks emote will unlock it.
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