Blessed gold bowl

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Blessed gold bowl
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Released20 August 2003 (Update)
Quest itemLegends' Quest
ExamineA specially-made bowl constructed out of pure gold and blessed by Gujuo.
Value700 coins
High alch420 coins
Low alch280 coins
Weight0.8 kg
Advanced data
Item ID722
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The blessed gold bowl is a quest item made during or after the Legends' Quest. It is described by Gujuo as a bowl made of the metal of the sun.

The player must make the gold bowl by using two gold bars and a hammer at an anvil while holding the sketch given to the player by Gujuo to make a gold bowl. The bowl can then be taken back to Gujuo to be blessed (must have 42 prayer points, however they will not be consumed), to make it ready for it to hold the holy water needed to free Ungadulu. It is possible to fail when blessing the bowl causing the player to lose 5 prayer points in the process. If the blessed bowl is filled with the sacred pure water of the Kharazi water pool, it becomes a golden bowl containing sacred pure water that can be used with an enchanted vial to make a vial of holy water: one bowl can fill up to 10 vials. After making one successful golden bowl, the player can smith a gold bowl at any anvil, without need of the sketch, for 30 Smithing experience (though there remains a chance of failure); the bowl can then be taken to Gujuo to have it blessed.

Note: Filling an unblessed gold bowl from the Kharazi water pool will also create a golden bowl, but the examine information will reveal that the water is pure but no longer sacred. Filling a gold bowl or a blessed bowl with plain water from some other water source results in only plain water.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Prayer Prayer42 (b)0
Quest points Partial completion of Legends' Quest
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Ticks? (edit)
Gold bowl.pngGold bowl1N/A
Total cost0
Blessed gold bowl.pngBlessed gold bowl1N/A

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
30 January 2006

The item was graphically updated.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

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29 March 2004 ⁠–
30 January 2006
30 January 2006 ⁠–