Exchanging impling jars

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Exchanging impling jars
RequirementsElnock's Exchange.png
  • Hunter 17 to enter Puro-Puro
  • Various requirements for quests
  • Ring of dueling/Amulet of glory
  • Slayer ring (optional)
  • Dramen or Lunar staff (unless elite Lumbridge & Draynor Diary is completed)
  • 9 Baby or any impling jars to bring each trip
  • Quest
    Lost City
    Partial completion of Fairytale II - Cure a Queen strongly recommended
    Crafting 75 and 300 Slayer reward points to unlock the ability to make Slayer rings or 75 points each to purchase (optional)
    ProfitExperience gained
    187,000 None
    Inputs (1,010,000)Outputs (1,197,000)
    500 × Baby impling jar.png Baby impling jar (1,010,000)1,500 × Impling jar.png Impling jar (1,197,000)

    Elnock Inquisitor at Puro-Puro will give you three empty impling jars in return for any impling-filled jar. Puro-Puro is most easily accessed from the central wheat field in Zanaris. From either Castle Wars or Edgeville bank, the fastest way to reach the wheat field involves using the Slayer ring to teleport to the Fremennik Slayer Dungeon where a nearby fairy ring is located. Starting out with nine filled impling jars at either bank, head to the fairy ring, use it, and run north-east to the wheat field. Enter the crop circle, being sure not to accidentally click on some wheat, and trade Elnock Inquisitor in the south-west corner of the main area. Click the jarred impling option at the bottom of the interface and confirm, and repeat this eight more times. Teleport back to either of the said banks, bank your jars and repeat.

    Without access to Slayer rings, this method is less effective but still usable. Edgeville and the Grand Exchange are still fairly close to a fairy ring.

    Other types of impling jars besides baby implings can be used (and are often cheaper), but baby impling jars seem to be the easiest to buy. Once enough jars are obtained, sell them on the Grand Exchange. Because there is often not instantaneous demand for them, maximise your profit by buying one first, and selling the rest of your jars back for just below that price.

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