Common kebbit

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Common kebbit
Common kebbit.png
Released21 November 2006 (Update)
LocationNorth Woodlands near Eagle's Peak
ExamineOne of the most common species of kebbit.
Advanced data
NPC ID1494
Common kebbit icon.png

The common kebbit is a kebbit that players can capture with the Hunter skill at level 3 or above, granting 36 Hunter experience.

Location[edit | edit source]

Location Levels Members Spawns Map
Piscatoris falconry areaN/AMember icon.png3Maplink

Hunter info[edit | edit source]

Common Kebbit
Level requiredHunter 3
Hunter XP36 xp
TrapNoose wand inventory imageNoose wand
Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Bones.png: Common kebbit drops Bones with rarity Always in quantity 1Bones1Always630
Common kebbit fur.png: Common kebbit drops Common kebbit fur with rarity Always in quantity 1Common kebbit fur1Always7507
Raw beast meat.png: Common kebbit drops Raw beast meat with rarity Always in quantity 1Raw beast meat1Always17515

Hunting technique[edit | edit source]

The hunting technique is the same as for a couple other kebbits. Catching a common kebbit involves tracking it from its burrow to its final destination by searching for its trail. The player can unveil a kebbit's trail by searching the burrows, plants, and bushes. The kebbits are always found in a bush when caught. They can be caught by "attacking" the bush while wielding a noose wand.

Strategies[edit | edit source]

To hunt the kebbit, start by inspecting a burrow until a trail of tracks appears. Follow the end of the tracks and continue by searching or inspecting nearby bushes and plants until the chat box has a message that reads: "It looks like there might be something hiding in this bush." Right click on the bush with a noose wand equipped, and select the attack option.

A ring of pursuit may help with speeding up the process of levelling up, since there is a 25% chance to reveal the entire track at once when equipped.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Common kebbit fur can be used to make woodland camouflage gear.