Brother Tranquility (zombie) chathead.png

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Brother Tranquility is a zombie monk from Harmony Island. Players must talk to him to start The Great Brain Robbery quest. Should players attempt to start the quest without the levels required to complete the quest, Brother Tranquility will simply reply stating that the player does not have the levels required.

He stays inside the Harmony Island's windmill during the whole quest, first reason being the Zombie pirates walking outside, second being the sleeping gas enveloping the whole island. At this point, Brother Tranquility asks the player to find a book in the Edgeville Monastery to repel the effects of the gas outside the windmill. Later, he asks the help of a surgeon to transplant the brains in the real bodies, adding the presence of Dr Fenkenstrain in the quest. Finally, his last request is to confront Mi-Gor, starting the fight against Barrelchest.

For those who have lost their Barrelchest anchor, they may talk to Brother Tranquility to get a broken anchor, which can then be fixed by Smith.

He also has a small role in the Rocking Out quest.

The first time when he takes you to Harmony Island, your character says "Don't hit me", which is a reference to Pirate Pete hitting the player over the head for transportation.

Players doing Treasure Trails clues are sometimes directed to him with the anagram 'Rebirth Quaintly Rot'.


Location Map
Mos Le'Harmless (To begin The Great Brain Robbery and travel to Harmony Island) Brother Tranquility (Mos Le'Harmless) location.png
Harmony Island (During and after The Great Brain Robbery) Brother Tranquility (Harmony) location.png


  • Brother Tranquility has written a book named 'My Life as a Zombie: Bringing the Word to the Island of Harmony', which is present in any bookcase in the Abbey of St. Elspeth Citharede.
  • While his name has a single L, in other instances such as the quest name Garden of Tranquillity, the L is doubled.
  • Even after his brain is put back into his body during The Great Brain Robbery, it still moves and stands as it did while the zombie brain was in it (with his arms raised and head tilted).
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