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Sir Amik Varze chathead
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Sir Amik chathead (Christmas)

Sir Amik Varze is Asgarnia's current ruler in the place of the King of Asgarnia, King Vallance. He is also the Grand Master of the White Knights of Falador. He has association with the Temple Knights. Sir Amik Varze is also a member of the Lumbridge Secret Council, in addition to featuring prominently in the first RuneScape novel, Betrayal at Falador.

Players may start the following quests by speaking to Sir Amik Varze:

He can be found on the 2nd3rd floor[UK] of the tower on the west side of the White Knights' Castle in Falador and in the Banquet room in Lumbridge castle during Recipe For Disaster quest.



  • When asked about the "Siege of Falador", Sir Amik Varze will reply with a brief response about Kara-Meir, as well as Squire Theodore, both of which are 2 major protagonists of the Runescape novels "Betrayal at Falador", "Return to Canifis", and "Legacy of Blood". However, when asked about Theodore, he replies sadly that "...He is no longer with us."
  • As with many of the White Knights and Temple Knights, his name is a play on words; when spoken with a non-rhotic accent, it sounds like "ceramic vase".
  • He has been shown on several occasions to be something of an alcoholic, drinking being one of the only secular activity the White Knight code allows.
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Sir Amik's voice
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