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The Falador Park is a large, fenced-in park found in Falador. It is complete with gardens, plants, and flowers which are maintained by several gardeners. It is the home of the Giant Mole (which can only be killed by members), and is a key location in the member quest Wanted!, and the quest Pirate's Treasure also requires the player to dig the ground at Falador Park. There is also a Treasure Trail clue scroll which leads you into Falador Park.

It once was a popular location for drop parties and as a trade area. Before the release of the Grand Exchange, in world 2, Falador Park was the main trading area. World 2 Falador Park often set what the prices would look like for an item the next few days ahead.

The Falador Mole Lair Edit

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Directly under Falador lies a lair, which contains the fearsome level 230 Giant Mole. A player can enter the mole's dungeon by digging up one of the mole hills with a spade, but a tinderbox and light source are always needed. The Giant Mole always drops Mole claw and Mole skins. The player can trade the claws and skins with Wyson the Gardener for birds' nests. You can get lots of money that way.

Farming Edit

Falador Park has a tree farming patch for oak, willow, maple, yew, and magic trees. Like all patches, it contains a tool leprechaun, along with the hireable gardener, Heskel. Just east of the farming spot, the Garden supplier can be found. She sells bagged plants, which can be planted in a Garden or Formal Garden, in a Player-owned house.

NPCs Edit

Falador Park includes ten NPCs, namely:

While Guthix Sleeps Edit

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Before completion of While Guthix Sleeps, six broken memorials can be found around the pond. Even free players can see this. However, they are broken to the very base and are unrecognisable. It foreshadows the events of the quest.

After completion of While Guthix Sleeps, the pond is surrounded by the statues of the six fallen warriors; Sloane, Ghommal, Hazelmere, Cyrisus, Duradel, and Turael.

Even though Kuradal is now the seller of the Slayer cape, Duradel's statue is seen wearing one,due to Duradel being the cape seller at the quests release.

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