Creating Varrock teleport tablets

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Creating Varrock teleport tablets
RequirementsMaking magic tablets.gif
25 MagicMagic icon.png
40 ConstructionConstruction icon.png recommended
An oak, eagle, or marble lectern in a player-owned house study
ProfitExperience gained
100,50026,250 MagicMagic icon.png
Inputs (220,500)Outputs (321,000)
750 × Soft clay.png Soft clay (92,250)750 × Law rune.png Law rune (124,500)3,750 × Coins 100.png Coins (3,750) Phials will un-note items for 5 coins each750 × Varrock teleport.png Varrock teleport (321,000)

Varrock teleport tablets are worth 428 coins and are generally in high demand, as they are one of the most versatile teleportation items. The tablets are made on an oak, eagle, or marble lectern in a player-owned house study. The most cost effective place to make tablets is at a house in Rimmington, where there is a nearby NPC named Phials who will un-note items for 5 coins each. To make tablets, move your POH to Rimmington and bring law runes, noted soft clay, and coins. Find Phials, use the noted soft clay on him, and choose the third chat option to quickly un-note them. Then enter a POH through the house portal and enchant the tablets on a lectern.

Each trip you can make 24 Varrock Tablets for a profit of 3,216 coins. On average, a round trip takes approximately 115-120 seconds, for a total of 720-750 tablets per hour, which leads to a 96,480 to 100,500 profit per hour.

An alternative to un-noting with Phials is to use a servant, however this is more costly.

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