Mangled bones

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Mangled bones
Mangled bones.png
Released3 July 2007 (Update)
MembersYes
Quest itemNo
Properties
TradeableNo
EquipableNo
StackableNo
DestroyI can gather more from the caverns below the Baxtorian Lake.
ExamineThe bones of a barbarian warrior, slain by his fellow adventurers.
Values
Value1,000 coins
High alch600 coins
Low alch400 coins
Weight12 kg
Advanced data
Item ID11337
Mangled bones detail.png

Mangled bones are obtained when fighting the monsters or rummaging the barbarian skeleton found on the ground within the Ancient Cavern. With any type of logs, an axe, and a tinderbox, players can use it on the burnt space (pyre site) to make a pyre ship.

A sure way of getting mangled bones is by killing confused barbarians or lost barbarians, as they always drop them. Note that a bonecrusher will activate for these bones, giving the experience of normal bones.

Note: if rummaging a skeleton at least 2 slots must be free because of the random chance of finding an ancient page for my notes. If the player does not have enough slots free, the bones will "disintegrate". The chance of obtaining a Mangled Bone from a skeleton is 11/202.[1]

Mangled bones also do not give the Prayer experience bonus that chewed bones give.

When burned in a barbarian funeral boat during the Barbarian Training will release a level 166 ferocious barbarian spirit, which after killing will drop a reward at its feet. However, players cannot receive a dragon full helmet, which can only be obtained from chewed bone pyre ships or as a drop from mithril dragons.

Mangled Bones will NOT work for barbarian training miniquest.

Item sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
SourceLevelQuantityRarity
Confused barbarian132 Multicombat.png1Always
Lost barbarian132 Multicombat.png1Always
Skeleton (Ancient Cavern)N/A Casket.png111/202

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 16 December 2019. (Archived from the original on 3 August 2020.)