|Released||28 January 2003 (Update)|
|Examine||A ball used in Gnomeball.|
|High alch||0 coins|
|Low alch||0 coins|
|Exchange||5,119 coins (info)|
Gnomeballs are received by winning 5 points in a game of Gnome Ball or from the gnome restaurant minigame. With the item in your inventory, you can click "Use" with it, and click another player. If that player has both hands empty, they will catch the ball, and it will end up in their weapon slot. It is not advised that you throw it to a player you do not know, as they can very easily walk away with it.
Combat styles[edit | edit source]
|Combat Options||Combat Style||Attack types||Style||Experience|
|Punch||Crush||Accurate||Attack and Hitpoints|
|Kick||Crush||Aggressive||Strength and Hitpoints|
|Block||Crush||Defensive||Defence and Hitpoints|
Item sources[edit | edit source]
Changes[edit | edit source]
|3 October 2013
Players can no longer use a gnomeball to interrupt other players' Make-X actions without the gnomeball being thrown.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Attempting to bank a gnomeball with an Imp-in-a-box will result in a message box appearing with the imp in the box saying: "I'm not touching a gnomeball; that's a vicious game! I might die!"
- The gnomeball has been used by many players to determine whether or not an account is Botting, as the sudden appearance of a foreign object in their inventory may halt their programming.
- If a gnomeball is dropped in the Gnome Ball minigame, the gnomeball will not appear on the ground and instead results in the message .