Crashed Star

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Crashed Star
Crashed Star (size 1).png
Released17 March 2021 (Update)
LocationSee Shooting Stars
OptionsMine, Prospect
ExamineThis big rock has fallen from the sky.
Advanced data
Object ID41229
A shooting star crashing, becoming a size-5 crashed star.

Crashed stars are rocks that play a central role in the Shooting Stars Distraction and Diversion. They can be mined to obtain stardust, which can be traded for rewards at Dusuri's Star Shop. The stars can be mined on free-to-play worlds as well but only grant half the experience given on Members' worlds. Crashed stars degrade a tier after having all of their stardust mined. When a size-1 star has all of its stardust depleted, the crashed star disappears completely.

The first player to start mining a crashed star will be listed on the notice board in the Observatory on that world. Players can also see the number of stars they were the first to discover on the notice board.

The Varrock armour's double ore effect does not work on crashed stars to get double stardust.

Mining info[edit | edit source]

Experience and requirements are given for each of the different star sizes.

Crashed Star
Level requiredMining 10
Mining XP12 xp
Required toolPickaxe
Respawn timeN/A

Different sizes of stars have different mining level requirements, give different amounts of experience, and can be mined for different amounts of stardust.

Size Mining Level Crash chance[1] Stardust available Additional dust chance XP per dust Total XP Cumulative XP Min. layer duration Min. total duration
9 90 3% 15 90% 244 3660 78110 3 seconds 9.76 minutes
8 80 5% 40 72% 162 6480 74450 8 seconds 9.71 minutes
7 70 9% 40 56% 123 4920 67970 8 seconds 9.58 minutes
6 60 12% 80 42% 74 5920 63050 16 seconds 9.44 minutes
5 50 17% 175 30% 48 8400 57130 35 seconds 9.18 minutes
4 40 20% 250 20% 31 7750 48730 50 seconds 8.59 minutes
3 30 18% 430 12% 26 11180 40980 1.43 minutes 7.66 minutes
2 20 16% 700 6% 22 15400 29800 2.33 minutes 6.33 minutes
1 10 0% 1,200 2% 12 14400 14400 4 minutes 4 minutes

At max size, a star has a minimum of 2930 Stardust and offers 78110 experience.

Pre roll drops[edit | edit source]

A gem table has a 1/256 chance to roll instead of the main drop table.[2] If the player is wearing a charged amulet of glory, amulet of glory (t), or amulet of eternal glory, the probability increases to 1/86.[3][4] If the table successfully rolls, the player may receive an uncut gem or nothing, meaning players can receive no items from a rock even if they were guaranteed to receive an ore in the main drop table.[5] This neither depletes the rock nor grants mining experience.

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
This does not exist.NothingN/A70/32,768; 70/11,008[d 1]N/AN/A
Uncut sapphire.png: Crashed Star drops Uncut sapphire with rarity 32/32,768 in quantity 1Uncut sapphire132/32,768; 32/11,008[d 1]30815
Uncut emerald.png: Crashed Star drops Uncut emerald with rarity 16/32,768 in quantity 1Uncut emerald116/32,768; 16/11,008[d 1]49730
Uncut ruby.png: Crashed Star drops Uncut ruby with rarity 8/32,768 in quantity 1Uncut ruby18/32,768; 8/11,008[d 1]1,03360
Uncut diamond.png: Crashed Star drops Uncut diamond with rarity 2/32,768 in quantity 1Uncut diamond12/32,768; 2/11,008[d 1]2,402120
  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 The drop rate is increased while wearing any charged variant of an amulet of glory

Main drops[edit | edit source]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Stardust.png: Crashed Star drops Stardust with rarity Always in quantity 1-2Stardust1–2AlwaysNot soldN/A

Conditional drops[edit | edit source]

The following table shows items which can additionally be received upon a successful resource roll. Also, the rock will deplete upon a successful resource roll.

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Clue geode (beginner).png: Crashed Star drops Clue geode (beginner) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Clue geode (beginner)1RareNot soldN/A
Clue geode (easy).png: Crashed Star drops Clue geode (easy) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Clue geode (easy)1RareNot soldN/A
Clue geode (medium).png: Crashed Star drops Clue geode (medium) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Clue geode (medium)1RareNot soldN/A
Clue geode (hard).png: Crashed Star drops Clue geode (hard) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Clue geode (hard)1RareNot soldN/A
Clue geode (elite).png: Crashed Star drops Clue geode (elite) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Clue geode (elite)1RareNot soldN/A
Crystal shard.png: Crashed Star drops Crystal shard with rarity 1/127 in quantity 1Crystal shard11/127[d 1]Not soldN/A
Rock golem.png: Crashed Star drops Rock golem with rarity Very rare in quantity 1Rock golem1Very rareNot soldN/A
  1. ^ Only from crashed stars inside the grounds of Prifddinas

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
10 November 2021

Shooting Stars now have a chance to land in Darkmeyer, as previously intended.

30 June 2021
(update | poll)

Experience from mining crashed stars have been increased per stardust mined.

24 March 2021
  • Shooting Stars should now deplete more slowly when large groups are mining them.
  • Cannons can once again be placed where a Shooting Star would land. However, if a Star lands on it, it will be destroyed and will need to be reclaimed from Nulodion.
  • There is now a chance players might receive additional stardust when mining Shooting Stars.

References[edit | edit source]

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