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This guide is "complete". If anyone could please look over it and tell me if I missed anything or if there are any corrections, please let me know.

(Last Edited: September 29)

 

 

Hitpoints Rewrite

 

Written by Damaged500

Originally written by ImMorTaL

Special Thanks to Azuma, -Ryan-, NJL72413, scoobywoohoo, Pig, roy 192837, Mrcsupertrain, styx93, Hawk, DRAGONBLAST, Baby Luigi, drcheesedude, hothead73, SkyWolf

 

 

Hitpoints, also called "hp" and "hits", are what gives your character life in RuneScape. It is important to have a high level because this will help you fight longer. If your hitpoints ever reach 0, you will die and respawn at your respawn point which is explained later on.

 

 

 

[/name]The Basics

icon2hv7.gif Hitpoints is the only skill in RuneScape that doesn't let you do or make something new when you reach a certain level. Levels in hitpoints are simply used as your hitpoints themselves. For instance, if your hitpoints level is 15/15, that means you have 15 hitpoints. Every hitpoint level counts as 0.25 levels in combat, so every four hitpoint levels equal one combat level.

 

 

Raising Your Hitpoint Level

icon2hv7.gif The most effective way of raising Hitpoints is through combat. Every time every time you successfully attack your opponent, your hitpoints increase in experience equal to how much damage you've caused plus a little more. For instance, if someone hit a 10 on some monster, their hitpoints would get 13.3 xp (10x1.33). You may use Melee, Range, or Magic to raise your hitpoints. There are also a few other ways of getting hitpoint xp, but they are not as effective. They will be broken down between freeplay and members below.

 

*Note: Remember that all freeplay options are also available to members.*

 

Freeplay:

  • genielamp.gif Genie Lamp (obtained from Genie random event)
  • bookofknowledge.gif Book of Knowledge (obtained from Surprise Exam random event)

Members:

Preventing Death

icon2hv7.gif There are several ways that you can use to prolong dying or gain additional hitpoints. These include jewelry, prayers, and a few potions.

 

Jewelry:

These jewelries can teleport you away when your hitpoints drop to a certain point, speed up the hitpoints recovery time, and even restore some of your hitpoints.

  • diamondring.gif Ring of Life: If you are wearing this and your hitpoints drop below 10%, it will teleport you to your spawn point. Note that it is still possible to die while wearing this. It will turn into dust once the charge has been used up.
  • phoenixnecklace.gif Phoenix Necklace: When the wearer's hitpoints drop below 20% of their max hitpoints, their hitpoints will be restored to 30% of their max. It has a priority over the Ring of Life and will turn into dust after one use.
  • rubybracelet.gif Bracelet of Inoculation: Protects against disease up to 250 damage.
  • onyxbracelet.gif Bracelet of Regeneration: Doubles your Hitpoint recovery rate and has no limit.

Prayers:

Prayer can be a useful ally in combat as it can restore your hitpoints faster, protect you from certain attacks, and heal you partially.

  • prayerhits.gif Rapid Heal: Doubles the restore rate for Hitpoints. This requires level 22 Prayer.
  • prayermagic.gif Protect From Magic: This will protect you from magical attacks. It requires level 37 Prayer.
  • prayerranged.gif Protect From Missiles: This will protect you from ranged attacks. It requires level 40 Prayer.
  • prayermelee.gif Protect From Melee: This will protect you from close melee attacks. It requires level 43 Prayer.
  • prayerredemp.gif Redemption: If your hitpoints drop below 10%, you'll be healed 25% of your maximum Prayer. Also, this drains all of your Prayer Points when used. This requires level 49 Prayer.

Potions:

These potions can be used to increase your maximum hitpoints and cure poison and disease.

  • guthixrest.gif Guthix's Rest: Cures some poison, restores Run Energy & boosts Hits by 5 if you have full health. Requires level 18 Herblore and you must have talked to Sanfew during the One Small Favour quest to be able to make this.
  • sarabrew.gif Saradomin's Brew: Increases your Defense by 20% and Hitpoints by 15%, but lowers your Strength, Magic, and Ranged by 10%.
  • sanfewserum2pm5.gif Sanfew Serum: When drunk, will give the effects of a Super Restore and an Anti-poison potion and will also cure disease. Can be used as a weapon against Nail Beasts.
  • recilymsbalm.gif Relicym's Balm: Cures disease and can be used as a weapon against the orange Broodo Victims (level-60).

Spells:

The following spells are Lunar Spells and require the Lunar Magicks spellbook along with completion of the Lunar Diplomacy quest.

  • lunarcureother.gif Cure Other: Cures another player of poison. Requires level 68 Magic.
  • lunarcureme.gif Cure Me: Cures yourself of poison. Requires level 71 Magic.
  • lunarcuregroup.gif Cure Group: Cures a group of people of poison. Requires level 74 Magic.
  • lunarhealother.gif Heal Other: Lets you heal another player. Requires level 92 Magic.
  • lunarhealgroup.gif Heal Group: Lets you heal a group of people. Requires level 95 Magic.
  • dreamki4.gif Dream Spell: Triples your Hitpoint recovery rate. Must be cast when not in combat. If you are disturbed when casting, you will stop dreaming and will have to recast the spell. Requires level 79 Magic.

Dying

icon2hv7.gif Dying in RuneScape can happen to anyone. It could happen to a new player, or an experienced player. It means possibly losing items and you have to respawn. Dying happens when you hitpoints reach 0. Your character throws their hands up and falls to the ground and then you respawn at your respawn point. The default respawn point for both free-to-play and members is Lumbridge Castle, but members have the option of changing their respawn point to either Falador or Camelot once they have completed certain quests. Complete Recruitment Drive to change your respawn point to Falador or complete the Knight Waves Training Ground mini-game after the King's Ransom quest to change your respawn point to Camelot.

 

When you die, you lose all of your items, except for your three most valuable ones. The item's value is determined by the General Store/Low Alchemy price. You may use the Protect Items prayer if you have level 25 Prayer. This will let you keep an extra if you die, but you must activate it before your hitpoints level reaches 0 for it to have an effect. If you become 'skulled' in the Wilderness, you will lose every item you have.

 

skulledvq3.png

 

This happens when you attack someone first in the Wilderness. You will see a skull above your head that will not go away for twenty minutes. The only other way of becoming 'skulled' besides attacking someone first in the Wild is to enter the Abyss. You may prevent yourself from becoming 'skulled' by wearing an Abyssal Bracelet (enchanted diamond bracelet).

 

 

Hit Splats

icon2hv7.gif Called 'hit splats' in the skill menu, splats are the different colored splotches that appear on your character during and after combat. There are four different kinds, two of which are members only.

 

-Blue Splats bluesplotch2ar6.gif

These hit splats are the only ones you want to appear on your character. It simply means that your opponent has not dealt any damage to you.

 

-Red Splats redsplotch2jf8.gif

The number that appears on this hit splat refers to the number of hitpoints lost during the last strike.

 

-Green Splats (members) greensplotch2hy7.gif

Green hit splats stand for any poison damage. Drink an anti-poison potion or use the 'Cure Me' spell to cure yourself.

 

-Orange Splats (members) yellowsplotch2sj4.gif

The last hit splat, orange, stands for disease. This splat doesn't affect your hitpoints at all, but will effect a random stat. Drink a Relicym's Balm to cure yourself.

 

 

Food

icon2hv7.gif While having many hitpoints is good, it is also important to have some food with you so you can heal you hitpoints. In this section, the different kinds of foods will be discussed.

 

Common Foods

These are the foods that are the most common in RuneScape. They are not necessarily the best in the game, but they are fairly easy to obtain and they heal decently enough. See the Fishing or Cooking guides for more information.

 

*NOTE: When a food has a number of bites after it, the bites are referring to the number of times you must click on it to eat it completely*

  • troutcook.gif Trout: Heals 7 hitpoints
  • salmoncook.gif Salmon: Heals 9 hitpoints
  • tunacook.gif Tuna: Heals 10 hitpoints
  • cake.gif Cake: Heals 12 hitpoints. Three bites.
  • lobbycook.gif Lobster: Heals 12 hitpoints
  • swordiecook.gif Swordfish: Heals 14 hitpoints
  • 1-monkfish.gif Monkfish: Heals 16 hitpoints
  • shark.png Shark: Heals 20 hitpoints

Best Foods

These foods are the best in RuneScape. They all heal at least 20 hitpoints and a few even give stat bonuses.

  • mushroomonionpotato.gif Mushroom and Onion Potato: Heals 20 hitpoints
  • shark.png Shark: Heals 20 hitpoints
  • seaturtle.gif Sea Turtle: Heals 21 hitpoints
  • papplepizza.gif Pineapple Pizza: Heals 22 hitpoints. Two bites.
  • tunacornpotato.gif Tuna and Corn Potato: Heals 22 hitpoints
  • wildpie.gif Wild Pie: Heals 22 hitpoints. Also gives +5 Slayer and +4 Range bonuses. Two bites.
  • manta.gif Manta Ray: Heals 22 hitpoints
  • summerpie.gif Summer Pie: Heals 22 hitpoints. Also gives +5 Agility and +10% energy bonuses. Two bites.

Bad Food

These foods are items that can be eaten, but they will lower your stats, poison you, or lower your hitpoints.

  • karambwanp.png Karambwan: You must have completed the Tai Bwo Wannai Trio quest to be able to cook this. If you cook this for a short time it will be poisonous. Cooking this for a long time makes it edible, healing you 18 hitpoints when eaten.
  • rockcake.gif Rock Cakes: If eaten, these will damage you a random amount.
  • nightshade.gif Nightshade: Does 15 damage when eaten. You must be wearing gloves when you pick it or you will be poisoned.
  • poisonchalice.gif Poison Chalice: When drunk it can deal up to 49 damage, but may also heal up to 32 hitpoints. It can also raise a random skill by one level.

[name=Cape]Cape of Achievement

capeachieve_hp.gif If you finish the long road to level 99 Hitpoints, you now will have the ability to buy the Hitpoint Cape of Achievement. You can buy it from Surgeon General Tafini, found in the Duel Arena hospital north of the Duel Arena, for 99,000gp. The emote description for the cape is as follows: "Your character is struck by an arrow as your clothes disappear. You are then struck by another arrow as your skin disappears, and then struck with a third arrow as your muscles disappear and your bones show. Your character then returns to normal, pulls all three arrows out of his body, and throws them away."

Edited by Damaged500

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Doesn't an enchanted diamond necklace do something special to hitpoints?

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Hmm, I thought your skull goes away in twenty minutes, not thirty. Someone want to test this out?

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I've seen the skull go away quicker. Is there any difference from being skulled from the abyss (the primary reason why I get skulled) and being skulled from Pk-ing?

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Doesn't an enchanted diamond necklace do something special to hitpoints?

Not that I'm aware of. I'll check on that though.

EDIT:I looked in the Magic skill guide and it doesn't have the enchanted diamond necklace there. Maybe another site will though.

EDIT2:It gets enchanted into the Phoenix necklace and it does help hitpoints. I'll add it right now.

 

 

Hmm, I thought your skull goes away in twenty minutes, not thirty. Someone want to test this out?

Yes, being skulled only lasts 20 minutes.

Ok, I changed that.

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there's another piece of jewelry that can help u stay alive.

 

the Phoenix Necklace (diamond)

 

lol, i never thought there could be much to say about Hit Points, but u never know. nice guide =)

 

also Dying, not Dieing, and mention that the Guthix Rest Tea requires you to get to a certain point in the One Small Favor quest before it can be made.

 

also, I suggest you mention some of the most used foods (Cake, Trout, Salmon, Tuna, Lobs, Swordies, Monks, Sharks), best possible foods (Pineapple Pizza, Tuna and Corn Potato, Wild Pie, Summer Pie, and items that drain ur HP (rock cakes, unidentified potions, etc)

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there is another prayer about hitpoint i think..the one you unlunk when you are level 19 :mad:

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there's another piece of jewelry that can help u stay alive.

 

the Phoenix Necklace (diamond)

 

lol, i never thought there could be much to say about Hit Points, but u never know. nice guide =)

 

also Dying, not Dieing, and mention that the Guthix Rest Tea requires you to get to a certain point in the One Small Favor quest before it can be made.

Yeah, the phoenix necklace was what Mcrsupertrain was thinking about. I added it but I probably updated my guide after you read it. I'll make those changes though.

 

there is another prayer about hitpoint i think..the one you unlunk when you are level 19 :mad:

That prayer gives 2x restore rates for all stats except hitpoints and prayer.

 

 

EDIT: I JUST ADDED THE CAPE OF ACHIEVEMENT TO MY GUIDE '8:40 pm central time'

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I could only find one mistake:

Red Splats

The number that appears on this hit splat referrs to the number of hitpoints lost during the last strike.

Should be refers.

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also, I suggest you mention some of the most used foods (Cake, Trout, Salmon, Tuna, Lobs, Swordies, Monks, Sharks), best possible foods (Pineapple Pizza, Tuna and Corn Potato, Wild Pie, Summer Pie), and items that drain ur HP (rock cakes, unidentified potions, etc)

 

also, mention the protect prayers as they are very important in keeping you alive

 

also, mention the Regeneration Bracelet (Onyx)

 

and maybe the Lunar Magic 'Heal Other' spell as it the only way other than food, to get HP back fairly quickly.

 

lol, there is a lot to say about HP

 

 

btw, disease does not cause hp damage ever, it can take down ever stat but hp.

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also, I suggest you mention some of the most used foods (Cake, Trout, Salmon, Tuna, Lobs, Swordies, Monks, Sharks), best possible foods (Pineapple Pizza, Tuna and Corn Potato, Wild Pie, Summer Pie), and items that drain ur HP (rock cakes, unidentified potions, etc)

 

also, mention the protect prayers as they are very important in keeping you alive

 

also, mention the Regeneration Bracelet (Onyx)

 

and maybe the Lunar Magic 'Heal Other' spell as it the only way other than food, to get HP back fairly quickly.

 

lol, there is a lot to say about HP

 

 

btw, disease does not cause hp damage ever, it can take down ever stat but hp.

Whoa, you found a lot more. I can't promise I can add all that to the guide tonight because there is a huge storm outside and we'll probably lose electricity. :ice:

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EDIT: Added the protect prayers

EDIT2: Added the Regeneration Bracelet

EDIT3: Added Lunar Magics

EDIT4: Added common, best, and bad foods

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If you're correct about the exp in hp then i would have already 99 by now.

Don't you mean 1*hits in the place of 4*hits?

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If you're correct about the exp in hp then i would have already 99 by now.

Don't you mean 1*hits in the place of 4*hits?

Yeah, I was thinking about the combat skills when I wrote that :)

 

I had always thought hitpoint experience was whatever you hit*4+1, but it didn't seem to be that way all of the time... ;)

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I meant the Heal Other spell which I believe is quite a bit higher level, and also, mention that you can become skulled by entering the Abyss too.

 

Bracelet of Regeneration: Cuts your hitpoint recovery in time in half. No limit.

 

Bracelet of Regeneration: Doubles the speed of Hitpoint recovery (similar to the Rapid Heal prayer). No limit.

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I meant the Heal Other spell which I believe is quite a bit higher level, and also, mention that you can become skulled by entering the Abyss too.

 

Bracelet of Regeneration: Cuts your hitpoint recovery in time in half. No limit.

 

Bracelet of Regeneration: Doubles the speed of Hitpoint recovery (similar to the Rapid Heal prayer). No limit.

I have added all Lunar Magics that deal with hitpoints.

 

What you said about the Regeneration bracelet is what I said but worded differently.

 

I'll add something about the abyss. ;)

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-Orange Splats (members) yellowsplotch2sj4.gif

The last hit splat, orange, stands for disease. This splat doesn't effect your hitpoints at all, but will effect a random stat. Drink a Relicym's Balm to cure yourself.

Maybe I'm wrong but I think the orange takes points off any stat randomly so they all are lowered, and I thought this included hitpoints (at least once all others were at 0 I thought it would affect hp). I may be remembering incorrectly, I'm not sure how long you let your stats drain testing it.

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-Orange Splats (members) yellowsplotch2sj4.gif

The last hit splat, orange, stands for disease. This splat doesn't effect your hitpoints at all, but will effect a random stat. Drink a Relicym's Balm to cure yourself.

Maybe I'm wrong but I think the orange takes points off any stat randomly so they all are lowered, and I thought this included hitpoints (at least once all others were at 0 I thought it would affect hp). I may be remembering incorrectly, I'm not sure how long you let your stats drain testing it.

orange takes points off any stat randomly so they all are lowered

Do you mean that an orange splat with a 10 means all stats lose 10 levels and not just a random one? I am also pretty sure that it doesn't effect hitpoints. I did the Zogre Flesh Eaters quest where you get diseased and I also went back there a few days ago to get the orange splat picture. I thought I was right, but if I'm not, let me know. ;)

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Oh I'm probably wrong then, just wondered if you had checked. I thought it could lower hitpoints, as well as others (one at a time) randomly. Nvm. ;)

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This guide is about the Hitpoints skill and how to raise it. It will also cover other aspects such as dying in Runescape and how to prevent it.

It's properly written as "RuneScape."

 

Hitpoints, also called "hp" and "hits", are what gives your character life in Runescape.

It's properly written as "RuneScape."

 

Hitpoints is the only skill in Runescape that doesn't let you do or make something new when you reach a certain level.

It's properly written as "RuneScape."

 

The most effective ways of raising your Hitpoint skill is through combat.

Change to just "Hitpoints."

 

Every time you get a successful attack on your opponent, your hitpoints get how much experience equal to how much damage you caused.

Reword: Every time you cause a successful attack on your opponent, your hitpoints increase in experience equal to how much damage you've caused.

 

For instance, if someone hit a 10 on some monster, their hitpoints would get 10 xp (1*4). You may use Melee, Range, or Magic to raise your hitpoints. There are also a few other ways of getting hitpoint xp, but they are not as effective. They will be broken down between freeplay and members below.

What does the (1*4) mean? In addition, I thought you earn 1.33 experience per hit you cause. Therefore, if you strike a 10, you would earn 13.3 experience.

 

* Tears of Guthix mini-game (if Hitpoints are your lowest skill)

Change to "is."

 

This jewelry will teleport you away when your hitpoints drop to a certain point and one of them will boost your hitpoint regeneration time.

That's not true for all the items you have listed. The Phoenix Necklace does not teleport you away or boost hitpoint regeneration time.

 

Ring of Life: If you are wearing this and your hitpoints drop below 10%, it will teleport you to your spawn point. Note that it is still possible to die while wearing this. Will turn into dust after charge is used up.

Fixed the fragment: It will turn into dust after the charge is used up.

 

Phoenix Necklace: When the wearer's hitpoints drop below 20% of their max hitpoints, their hitpoints will be restored to 30% of their max. It has a priority over the Ring of Life. Will turn into dust after one use.

 

Bracelet of Regeneration: Cuts your hitpoint recovery in time in half. No limit.

Fixed the fragment: It has no limit.

 

Rapid Heal: 2x faster restore rate for Hits. Requires level 22 [/b]Prayer[/b]

Reword: Rapid Heal: Doubles the restore rate for Hitpoints. This requires level 22 Prayer.

 

Protect From Magic: Protection from Magical attacks. Useful in preventing magic attacks. Requires level 37 Prayer.

You're just repeating yourself in the second bolded phrase. Reword: Protect From Magic: This will protect you from magical attacks. It requires level 37 Prayer.

 

Protect From Missiles: Protection from Ranged attacks. Useful in preventing range attacks. Requires level 40 Prayer.

Reword: Protect From Missiles: This will protect you from ranged attacks. It requires level 40 Prayer.

 

Protect From Melee: Protection from close combat attacks. Useful in preventing most melee attacks. Requires level 43 Prayer.

Reword: Protect From Melee: This will protect you from close melee attacks. It requires level 43 Prayer.

 

Redemption: If your health drops below 10%, you'll be healed for 25% of your maximum Prayer. Also drains all of your Prayer Points. Requires level 49 Prayer.

Reword: Redemption: If your hitpoints drop below 10%, you'll be healed 25% of your maximum Prayer. Also, this prayer drains all of your prayer points. This requires level 49 Prayer.

 

These potions won't heal you, but they do boost your hitpoints past the maximum.

That doesn't make sense. Let us say I have 70/85 Hitpoints. If I drink a Saradomin's Brew, I won't be healed by the 15%, or by anything?

 

Guthix's Rest: Cures some poison, restores Run Energy & boosts Hits by 5 if you have full health. Requires level 18 Herblore and you must have gotten to a certain point in the One Small Favor quest.

Could you please tell the readers what part this is?

 

Saradomin's Brew: Increases Defense by 20%, and Hitpoints by 15%. Lowers your Strength, Magic, and Ranged by 10%.

Combine into one sentence (to remove the fragment) and some rewording: Saradomin's Brew: Increases your Defense by 20% and Hitpoints by 15%, but lowers your Strength, Magic, and Ranged by 10%.

 

The following spells are Lunar Magics and
require completion of the Lunar Diplomacy quest along with the Lunar Magics spellbook.

That makes it sound like I need completion of the Lunar Magicks spellbook. How do you complete a spellbook? I'm not sure what your trying to say, and RuneScape spells them as "Magicks." Also, although making the mistake myself, "spellbook" is one word. Make sure you fix "Magicks" and "spellbook" errors that I previously did not notice.

 

EDIT: Okay, RuneScape does not call them Lunar Magicks, but Lunar Spells. Stick to "Lunar Spells" instead. Fix the awkward wording and "spellbook" errors, too.

 

* Cure Me: Cures yourselft of poison. Requires level 71 Magic.

It's "yourself."

 

Dying

Dying in Runescape can happen to anyone.

It's properly written as "RuneScape."

 

Complete Recruit Drive to change your respawn point to Falador or complete the Knight Waves Training Ground mini-game after the King's Ransom quest to change your respawn point to Camelot.

That's not the full title: Recruitment Drive.

 

When you die, you lose all of your items, except for your three most valuable ones. You may use the Protect Items prayer if you have level 25 Prayer. This will let you keep an extra if you die, but you must activate it before your hitpoints level reaches 0 for it to have an effect. If you become 'skulled' in the Wilderness, you will lose every item you have.

Explain how what players consider valuable and what the street price is for that item does not count. It's based on the General Store/Low Alchemy price.

 

This happens when you attack someone first in the Wild. You will see a skull above your head which doesn't go away for twenty minutes.

A comma is needed after "head" or change "which" to "that" and no comma will be needed.

 

Called 'hit splats' in the skill menu, splats are what the different colored splotches that appear on your character during and after combat are called. There are four different kinds, two of which are members only.

You don't need the "are called."

 

Green Splats (members)

Green hit splats stand for any poison damage. Drink an anti-poison potion to cure yourself.

What about all those spells you mention above, and what about the special book reward from the Great Brain Robbery?

 

 

Cape of Achievement

If you finish the long road to level 99, you now will have the ability to buy the Hitpoint Cape of Achievement. You can buy it from Surgeon General Tafini, found in the Duel Arena hospital north of the Duel Arena, for 99,000gp. The emote description for the cape is as follows: "Your character is struck by an arrow as your clothes disappear. You are then struck by another arrow as your skin disappears, and then struck with a third arrow as your muscles disappear and your bones show. Your character then returns to normal and pulls all three arrows out of his body and throws them away."

- Level 99 what? Add "Hitpoints" after 99.

- Reword: Your character then returns to normal, pulls all three arrows out of his body, and throws them away."

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you can't eat mud pies, they are thrown at people to slow the down (such as in wildy, cw, or some other pvp area).

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Bracelet of Regeneration: Cuts your hitpoint recovery in time in half. No limit.

Take out the "in"

 

Bleh scoob beat me

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Unidentified Liquid- does 25 damage when dropped

Cave Nightshade- does 15 damage when eaten

Nettles- 2 damage done (green spat) if you try to pick them without gloves on

Nitroglycerin- does up to 35 damage [when dropped?]

Explosive Potion- does 15 damage when dropped (only in the Castle Wars minigame)

Karamja Rum will explode, dealing 1 damage per bottle, if you try to enter the TzHaar cave with it

Sea Slug- if you try to pick one up it will deal you 3 damage

White Pearl- 3 damage done [green spat?] if you try to it without gloves on

 

also, the Inoculation Bracelet can be used to protect you from up to 250 Disease damage (yellow splat)

 

Sanfew's Serum can be used to cure both poison and disease and it also restores stats.

 

 

also, it's quite important to note that pineappe pizza, wild pie, and summer pie are all 2 bite food, thus 11 hp each bite

Edited by NJL72413

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