Blisterwood logs

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Blisterwood logs
Blisterwood logs.png
Released4 June 2020 (Update)
MembersYes
Quest itemSins of the Father
Properties
TradeableNo
EquipableNo
StackableNo
DestroyDrop
ExamineLogs cut from the Blisterwood tree.
Values
Value200 coins
High alch120 coins
Low alch80 coins
Weight2 kg
Advanced data
Item ID24691
Blisterwood logs detail.png

Blisterwood logs can be obtained in Darkmeyer by chopping the blisterwood tree within the Arboretum in the middle of the city. Players will need to progress at least up to the point of the Sins of the Father quest when they have delivered the slaves to the guard out front in order to gain access to the Arboretum.

Currently, the only purposes of blisterwood logs are their use in the Sins of the Father quest and the creation of the blisterwood flail, lighting an Abyssal lantern for benefits within the Guardians of the Rift minigame as well as a method of training Woodcutting/Firemaking. The tree's close proximity to a bank could make it a viable training method.

Chopping a blisterwood tree requires a Woodcutting level of 62 and grants 76 experience. Burning blisterwood logs requires a Firemaking level of 62 and grants 96 Firemaking experience when burned with a tinderbox.

Woodcutting info[edit | edit source]

Blisterwood Tree
Level requiredWoodcutting 62
Woodcutting XP76 xp
TreeBlisterwood Tree
Required toolAxe
Respawn time0
Blisterwood logs
Level requiredFiremaking 62
Firemaking XP96 xp
TypeLogs
Required toolTinderbox

Products[edit | edit source]

ItemMembersSkillsXPMaterials
Blisterwood sickle.pngBlisterwood sickle
Member icon.png
  • Fletching 60
  • Fletching 82

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
2 September 2020
(update | poll)

The Blisterwood Tree's XP rates were returned to their introductory rate of 76 Woodcutting XP for each log chopped.

12 June 2020
(update)
  • The item value was decreased from 500 to 200 coins.
  • The experience obtained from chopping the Blisterwood Tree has been decreased from 76 to 52.