|Released||7 January 2016 (Update)|
|Examine||Contains far more water than should fit in such a small can.|
|High alch||720 coins|
|Low alch||480 coins|
Gricoller's can is a reward from the Tithe Farm minigame, which is found in the south-east corner of Hosidius and requires 100% Hosidius favour to play; afterwards, a player may exchange points at Farmer Gricoller's Rewards for the can.
Gricoller's can costs 200 points and acts like a watering can, the difference being that it holds 1,000 charges instead of 8. Upon purchasing the can, it comes filled; it can be fully refilled by using it on any water source (including the Humidify spell). Players can also refill the can by spending points at Farmer Gricoller's rewards shop, with 1 point granting 50 uses (5% total), or 20 points if completely empty. However, this is highly discouraged as the refilling the can via a water source does not cost anything and is much easier to do.
Players will find the Tithe Farm to be more convenient when using Gricoller's can, because it removes the need to bring multiple watering cans. On a perfect Tithe Farm run (all 100 fruits grown), the can will lose exactly 30% of its charges.
The tool leprechaun is able to store Gricoller's can in the watering can slot.
A player can purchase more than 1 of these if they use the drop trick, but will find they cannot pick up the original can back up off the ground. If a player, however, stores 1 Gricoller's can at the tool leprechaun, they are able to purchase a 2nd one. Having more than 1 Gricoller's can does not benefit the player at all, as every Gricoller's can operates from the same "water tank", much like how binding necklaces, bracelets of clay and other shared-stat items work.
Shop locations[edit | edit source]
|Farmer Gricoller's Rewards||Hosidius||∞||N/A||200||N/A|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|9 September 2021
The Humidify spell will now fill Gricoller's can.
|21 February 2019
(update | poll)
The can can now be filled from any water source rather than using Tithe Farm points to refill it. Previously, it cost 20 points to refill.