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Some Farming Qs - Amulet Of Nature / Farming, Evil Turnip, And Others

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Ty all :aware:

 

 

In trying to finish off this, there are a few last things that I need help with. :) (credits to anybody who helps)...

 

How do the Amulet of Farming and Amulet of Nature actually work now following whatever changes happened a while back?

Can you have as many Amulets of Farming as you want?

 

How long does an Evil Turnip take to grow?

What does it look like when grown? (screenshot)

What do the Seeds look like in groups of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5? (screenshots)

Where is the patch to grow them?

(need information to fill in something for this section and this section)

 

I need a picture of 8 Noted Poison Ivy Berries.

 

I need a picture of the face and body of whoever the helper is at the Lletya Fruit Tree Patch. (also their name :))

 

 

ty loads to anybody who can help with these things <3

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I've grown Evil Turnips before, and I can tell you that they are a very weird plant!

 

They never need any watering and for some reason they never get diseased. There is only one patch to grow them, and that is at Draynor Manor. They are also very incredibly weird as they take hardly any time to grow (only had to wait about 5 minutes for them to be fully grown.)

 

Another point is that evil turnips can be eaten in 3 bites, not sure how much they heal though.

Edited by Warren

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Evil turnip takes no more than 4 minutes to grow, if that. The patch to grow them is just north of the belladonna patch. It does not require compost at all. A good strategy if you want to grow several evil turnips is to bring a bunch of seeds with you, as well as items to hi-alch while waiting.

 

poison ivy berries and spirit weed seeds

 

included spirit weed seeds just in case you didn't have those too, since they came out same time as the evil turnips. I'll see if I can hit the ge up for the evil turnip seeds, but it'll be a trek since I'm on lunar. I can try and do elf village now though.

 

EDIT:

 

amaethwrfacecropped

 

amaethwrfacecroppedzd7.png

 

I didn't edit this one since I didn't know how much of the pic you wnated.

amaethwrthefarmerinelfvev3.png

 

Also, here are 2 pics of Teclyn the leprechaun elf, who's a bit bigger than the traditional leprechaun .

 

teclynthefarmguyinelfviia9.png

 

teclyn2dw6.png

 

They were the best I could get of the guys, since they both walk so much and often into awkward places where the buildings end up blocking them.

Edited by kalipop

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Just got some pictures.

 

Evil Turnip Patch (fully grown):

 

2s97v9w.png

 

Evil Turnip:

 

517ndy.png

 

Just ate the turnip, and found out that it heals 6 hp for every bite, and has 3 bites in total meaning you get 18hp for eating the whole thing.

 

EDIT: By the way, you only get one evil turnip from each full grown patch.

Edited by Warren

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Just got some pictures.

 

Evil Turnip Patch (fully grown):

 

2s97v9w.png

 

Evil Turnip:

 

517ndy.png

 

Just ate the turnip, and found out that it heals 6 hp for every bite, and has 3 bites in total meaning you get 18hp for eating the whole thing.

 

EDIT: By the way, you only get one evil turnip from each full grown patch.

 

Warren are you doing the pics of the seeds? If so that'll save me of how to get back to ge on lunar =p

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Just got some pictures.

 

Evil Turnip Patch (fully grown):

 

2s97v9w.png

 

Evil Turnip:

 

517ndy.png

 

Just ate the turnip, and found out that it heals 6 hp for every bite, and has 3 bites in total meaning you get 18hp for eating the whole thing.

 

EDIT: By the way, you only get one evil turnip from each full grown patch.

 

Warren are you doing the pics of the seeds? If so that'll save me of how to get back to ge on lunar =p

I could get the other picture's of seeds if ya like.

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Just got some pictures.

 

Evil Turnip Patch (fully grown):

 

2s97v9w.png

 

Evil Turnip:

 

517ndy.png

 

Just ate the turnip, and found out that it heals 6 hp for every bite, and has 3 bites in total meaning you get 18hp for eating the whole thing.

 

EDIT: By the way, you only get one evil turnip from each full grown patch.

 

Warren are you doing the pics of the seeds? If so that'll save me of how to get back to ge on lunar =p

I could get the other picture's of seeds if ya like.

 

Good deal whiskas =p Hard to go many useful places with this spell book without trekking somewhat.

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As for the amulet of Nature, in addition to it's other functions:

  1. You can talk to the farmer at the patch you have bound the amulet to from anywhere, you can even hire him through the amulet.
  2. You can also teleport to the patch by right-clicking the amulet, if it gets diseased.
  3. The crop it's bound to has a higher yield, but not as much as the Secateurs

 

The amulet of Farming only warns you when your selected crop is changing, and uses up 1 of it's 8 charges when it does so. It can only be bound to Flowers or Allotments but you can have more than one at a time unlike the amulet of Nature.

 

Those are the points I picked out, here's thefull article.

Edited by Don Florty

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shaded Poison Ivy Seeds:

 

shadedfr1.png

 

and unshaded Poison Ivy Seeds:

 

unshadedcf7.png

 

Wasn't sure which you needed.

 

-Rayn.

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I've grown Evil Turnips before, and I can tell you that they are a very weird plant!

 

They never need any watering and for some reason they never get diseased. There is only one patch to grow them, and that is at Draynor Manor. They are also very incredibly weird as they take hardly any time to grow (only had to wait about 5 minutes for them to be fully grown.)

Certainly sounds... odd. :)

 

Could you get a picture of just 8 of the Berries noted rather than 168? :)

 

I didn't edit this one since I didn't know how much of the pic you wnated.

http://img292.imageshack.us/img292/2388/am...erinelfvev3.png

 

Also, here are 2 pics of Teclyn the leprechaun elf, who's a bit bigger than the traditional leprechaun .

All good pics. Thanks. :)

 

Thanks. :P

 

Those are the points I picked out, here's thefull article.

Kk, thanks. :) ...

 

Can you have as many Amulets of Farming as you want or is there a limit?

 

Wasn't sure which you needed.

Neither - I need 8 Noted Berries, not seeds. :aware:

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turnipseedno2bf5.jpg

turnipseedno3ex9.jpg

turnipseedno4dh9.jpg

turnipseedno5rk5.jpg

 

 

 

 

There, seeds in a bunch from 2-5

Edited by Whiskas88

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You can have as many Amulets of Farming as you want, but they'll be all bound to the same patch.

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Wasn't sure which you needed.
Neither - I need 8 Noted Berries, not seeds. :)

 

Well, I have those too but it looks like someone else also does.

 

Next I shall be working on my reading skills :aware: .

 

I just have so many seeds in my inventory that are gathering dust I thought I'd use them for something, even just a screenie :) . So, if you need any more seeds in groups, just tell me.

 

-Rayn. :)

Edited by Sea Rayn

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