Baby impling jar
|Baby impling jar|
|Released||11 June 2007 (Update)|
|Destroy||If you drop this it will disappear. Are you sure you want to do this?|
|Examine||Baby impling in a jar. That's a bit cruel.|
|High alch||30 coins|
|Low alch||20 coins|
|Exchange||3,106 coins (info)|
A baby impling jar is the result of successfully catching a baby impling, while also having an empty impling jar. Baby impling jars are not that commonly looted because of the low value of the loot. Instead, the jar can be traded in singularly to Elnock Inquisitor for 3 empty impling jars. This allows the player to collect 3 more higher level implings for them to loot.
Loot[edit | edit source]
At current Grand Exchange prices, opening a baby impling jar gives 1,496 worth of loot, on average. This means opening baby impling jars marks an average profit of −1,610 per jar, however this does not include loot from clue scrolls.
On average, one would profit −161,021 to get an easy clue scroll, and −80,511 to get a beginner clue scroll from baby impling jars at current Grand Exchange prices, excluding the rewards from the completed Treasure Trails.
The following drop rates are provided by Jagex, unless otherwise specified.
Impling jar[edit | edit source]
An empty impling jar is returned when removing the loot, with a 10% chance of it breaking.
Main drops[edit | edit source]
|Ball of wool||1||1/10||38||1|
Tertiary[edit | edit source]
|Clue scroll (beginner)||1||1/50||Not sold||12|
|Clue scroll (easy)||1||1/100||Not sold||12|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|21 April 2016
(update | poll)
Easy clue scrolls have been added to baby impling drop tables.
|5 March 2015
The item was made tradeable on the Grand Exchange.
References[edit | edit source]