|Released||21 November 2006 (Update)|
|Location||Feldip Hunter area|
|Examine||Just one of the many different varieties of kebbit.|
|NPC ID||? (edit)|
Hunter info[edit | edit source]
|Hunter XP||48 xp|
|Feldip weasel fur||1||Always||7||8|
|Raw beast meat||1||Always||36||15|
Hunting spot location[edit | edit source]
- The Feldip Hunter area.
Hunting technique[edit | edit source]
Catching a feldip weasel 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, jungle 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]
There are two possible burrows from which to start. Unless the player is all the way east, it is best to start with the west burrow as it involves less running and therefore faster experience.
There are a total of ten nodes. Whenever a trail is found by inspecting a jungle plant, a path to an adjacent node will be revealed.
The feldip weasel will always be found in the next bush after you successfully search 3 Jungle plants. It is possible to just right-click and attack the next bush without first searching the bush. Note that if the next node contains no bush or contains a burrow, a 4th jungle plant needs to be inspected to get to the next bush.
Each node has 3 links to adjacent nodes. However, a trail cannot backtrack, so there will always be at most two links to search. Search the link nearest to the player, then the second link that points in the other direction. It is also important to know that, although one kebbit may visit the same node twice, it will never go across the same link twice. Therefore, in some cases, it is possible to know with 100% certainty which jungle plant to inspect.
With the above strategy, it is possible to hunt approximately 120 feldip weasels per hour, which is equivalent to 5,760 experience per hour.
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]