There's plenty to do around this village, just ask Murcaily he'll tell you so. The villagers here hate to have their village invaded by stubborn patches of jungle. So help them out by chopping into the jungle and fixing fences. They're reward you well for the hard work you put in.
This game takes place in the jungles near the Tai Bwo Wannai Village on Karamja.
You must have completed the Jungle Potion quest in order to take part in this activity.
You must also be able to wield a machete to cut the growth back, simply having one in your inventory will not work for this.
You will need a minimum of level 10 Woodcutting in order to chop the light jungle. Medium jungle requires 20 and dense jungle requires 35.
Here is a list of items that will prove useful for you to bring along;
Holding Back the Jungle
Spars are gathered by cutting through the jungle growth outside of the village. There are three types of spars that match the three types of jungle you can cut into - Light, medium and dense. The thicker the jungle you cut into the more woodcutting experience you'll receive from doing so. The amount of spar you get from doing this is random.
You can use the spars in two different ways. You can use them to repair the fence around the village or reinforcing the fence.
Repairing the fence uses a lot of spars. To fix the fence you'll need to click on the rotten areas to start to repairing it. There are three types of fences made based on how many spars you used to fix - Partial, short, and medium. The stronger your fence is the less time you'll have to spend to reinforce it.
When cutting back the jungle some monsters will pop out and attack you. When you defeat them they'll drop special items that you can use.
One of the monsters that will pop out are broodoo victims. Broodoo Victims they have a combat level of 86, and each victim has a weakness that you can use against them.
- Blue victims are weak to food
- Green victims are weak to antipoision
- Orange victims are weak to relicym's balm
It is not a must to use their weakness while fighting them, but it is highly recommended to do so if you are a low levelled player.
Each Broodoo drops a mask similar to their colour. They can be simply worn as head gear or you can turn them into shields. The bonus of having a Broodoo shield is that they have a special ability. When fighting your enemy there will be a 1 in 10 chance of you casting spell on your enemy. The colour of the shield determines what the spell will weaken. Poison shields lower defence, disease shields lower strength, and combat shields will lower attack.
To make the shield you will need one mask, two snakeskins and 8 nails.
Another thing that you'll find in the thick jungle growth are Goutweed tubers. You'll need a spade to dig them up. After you'll be able to grow them in a herb patch, once grown you can harvest and trade the Goutweed to Sanfew in Taverly for other herbs that you can use.
FavourWhen cutting the jungle back, repairing the fence and fending off village threats, you will receive Tai Bwo Favour. When you redeem this favour from one of the villagers you will receive trading sticks, which you are free to spend on anything offered in the village. Keep in mind that you will be rewarded more trading sticks if you wear the Villager outfit, so it is a great idea to obtain parts or the entire Villager outfit before playing Tai Bwo Wannai Clean-up. The more parts you wear, the more trading sticks you will receive.
In the Tai Bwo Wannai Village there is a special tree enclosure, to the right of Trufitius' hut. This enclosure has mahogany and teak trees. Entering the enclosure will cost you 100 trading sticks.
Gabooty, who is in the centre of the village, has a store you can buy items from. In Gabooty's Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative, you can buy various items including tribal clothes. When wearing these outfits the villagers will recognise you and you will gain a larger portion of trading sticks from the favour you earn.
Tai Bwo Wannai Parcel Service
Players can send items from their inventory to their banks for the cost of 10 trading sticks.
Guide Made by: Icedlala
Corrections submitted by: Majinvegito3, Mr Ketchup, Valerie, Jack