|Release date||4 January 2001 (Update)|
|Developer|| Original: Paul Gower|
Rework: Chihiro Y
|Start point||Speak to the Cook in the kitchen of Lumbridge Castle.|
|Description||The Lumbridge Castle cook is in a mess. It is the Duke of Lumbridge's birthday and the cook is making the cake.
He needs a lot of ingredients and doesn't have much time.
|Enemies to defeat||None|
A feast for a DukeEdit
To begin the quest, talk to the cook in the Lumbridge Castle's kitchen, which is on the ground floor[. He tells you that it is ]Duke Horacio's birthday, and he is supposed to prepare a cake for the celebration, but he has forgotten to bring some of the ingredients required for the cake. Thus, he requires you to bring him a bucket of milk, an egg, and a pot of flour.
Bucket of milkEdit
You can get a bucket from the general store for 2 coins, or you can find one at various locations, including downstairs in the castle's cellar on a table. To obtain the milk, go to the Lumbridge cow field (east of Lumbridge, north of the entrance to the desert) and use the empty bucket on a dairy cow.
Pot of flourEdit
To obtain a pot, buy one from the general store or get one for free from the table by the Cook in Lumbridge Castle. To fill it with flour, go north of Lumbridge and follow the road until you get to the mill. Collect the grain outside and go to the top floor, put the wheat in the hopper and then pull the lever. Back on the ground floor[, use your pot to collect it from the bin. ]
- 1 Quest point
- 300 Cooking experience
- Permission to use the Cook-o-matic 100, which significantly reduces the chance of burning food.
- Cook's Assistant is one of 6 quests released on the launch day of RuneScape.
- There is an easter egg in the Death to the Dorgeshuun quest, when you introduce Zanik to the Lumbridge Cook, he tries to offer the quest to her. "In fact, it's a good thing I met you. It's the Duke's birthday today, and I should be making him a lovely big birthday cake. I need eggs, flour and milk..." You then tell the cook she does not have time for that, to which he responds "It was worth a try." This insinuates that the cook tries to trick newcomers into bringing him supplies.