|Released||18 October 2004 (Update)|
|Woodcutting XP||82.5 xp|
|Farming level||Cannot be grown|
|Respawn time||? (edit)|
|Examine||This tree has been cut down.|
|Object ID||1322, 10821, 10830, 4061|
A Hollow tree is a lumber tree requiring level 45 Woodcutting to cut. The tree provides Bark when cut and 82.5 Woodcutting experience per piece of bark collected from the tree. Hollow trees only grow in select areas of Morytania. Hollow trees are primarily cut in order to gather bark to make splitbark equipment. Hollow trees are cut very infrequently, due to the restricted and remote location and limited use.
Tree locations[edit | edit source]
Hollow trees are exclusively located in Morytania. Hollow trees are shown on the World Map and Minimap as a bushy tree . This image is shared with several other trees, so a droopy tree on the map does not directly mean it is a Hollow tree. The quickest way to reach Hollow trees is to use fairy ring code ALQ.
Additional Drops[edit | edit source]
- Beaver - Hollow trees have a chance to drop the beaver Woodcutting pet. At level 45 Woodcutting there is a 1 in 213,242 chance to receive the beaver and a 1 in 211,892 chance at level 99.
- Bird Nest – There is 1 in 256 chance to drop from Hollow trees. The bird nest will be dropped on the ground and will despawn after 30 second if not picked up. The Bird nest will be given in place of bark.
- Clue nest – Hollow trees can drop all clue nests. At level 45 Woodcutting there is an approximately 1 in 1,478 chance to receive an easy-elite clue nest and a 1 in 1,077 chance at level 99. Beginner clue nests have a universal 1 in 1000 chance to be dropped.
Mechanics[edit | edit source]
Hollow trees have a 1 in 8 chance of depleting when receiving a piece of bark, and a respawn time of 26 seconds. A roll to receive bark is done every 4 game ticks when chopping. The chance to successfully chop is affected by the axe used and Woodcutting level, better axes and a higher woodcutting level increases the likelihood of successfully receiving bark. Hollow trees have a relatively high cut difficulty.