Mort myre fungus

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Mort myre fungi can be obtained in Mort Myre Swamp. It can be used to fill a Druid pouch or used in the Herblore skill to make super energy potions.

It is obtained by casting Bloom with a blessed silver sickle (created during the Nature Spirit quest) near rotting logs. Each cast of the Bloom will drain 1-6 prayer points from the player. Prayer drain is completely random and unaffected by the player's Prayer level or how many items are actually made. Alternatively, they can be obtained as a drop from certain monsters or by chopping sulliuscep mushrooms.

Collecting Mort myre fungi to sell is an effective way of making money, as they are valued by players due to their use in the Herblore skill.

Products[edit | edit source]

ItemMembersSkillsXPMaterials
Super energy(3).pngSuper energy(3)
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  • Herblore 52
  • Herblore 117.5

Item sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
SourceLevelQuantityRarity
Ancient Zygomite109 Multicombat.png1Always
Ancient Zygomite109 Multicombat.png(noted)10/118
Sulliuscep65 Woodcutting icon.png1Rare
Swamp Crab55 Multicombat.png3Always
Swamp Crab55 Multicombat.png12/128
Vet'ion454 Multicombat.png200 (noted)2/128
Vyrewatch87–125 Multicombat.png22/96
Zygomite74; 86 Multicombat.png18/411
Zygomite74; 86 Multicombat.png14/140

Three fungi are always dropped ONLY if the Bloom spell is used while being attacked by a Swamp Crab.

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
5 March 2015
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You now receive twice as much fungi when casting Bloom with the blessed silver sickle or Ivandis flail if you have completed the Morytania Hard Diary.

28 November –
18 December 2006

The item was renamed from "Mort myre fungi" to "Mort myre fungus".