Numulite

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Numulites are a form of currency used on Fossil Island. They are obtained from doing just about anything on Fossil Island, such as killing monsters, chopping sulliusceps, tracking herbiboars, digging with a trowel on the soils east of the Museum Camp, mining in the Volcanic Mine, and looting chests and clams in the mermaid's domain. They can also be obtained by trading fossils with the Fossil Collector. An equipped ring of wealth will automatically pick up numulite drops from killed monsters if its coin-collection feature is enabled.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

The numulite is the item Falo requires players to show him when he sings about: They come from some time ago, from a land unto the east. Fossilised they have become, this small and gentle beast.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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SourceLevelQuantityRarity
Ammonite Crab25 Multicombat.png429/128
Ammonite Crab25 Multicombat.png28/128
Ammonite Crab25 Multicombat.png86/128
Ammonite Crab25 Multicombat.png5–1427/175
Ancient Wyvern210 Multicombat.png5–30540/875
Ancient Zygomite109 Multicombat.png7–19Common(9/25; 36%)
Bowl of fishN/A Casket.png15–2578/175
Deranged archaeologist276 Multicombat.png5–115Common(108/175=62%)
Herbiboar80 Hunter icon.png5–25Common
Hoop Snake19 Multicombat.png1–14Common(27/175; 15%)
Lobstrosity68 Multicombat.png5–14Common(9/35; 26%)
Long-tailed Wyvern152 Multicombat.png4–251/1.9
Museum CampN/A Casket.png19/175
Spitting Wyvern139 Multicombat.png4–251/1.9
Taloned Wyvern147 Multicombat.png4–251/1.9
Tar Monster132 Multicombat.pngUnknownCommon(9/35; 26%)

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
28 March 2019
(update)
The Grand Exchange buy limit has been increased from 18,000 to 30,000.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Numulites are based on nummulite, a type of lens-shaped fossil used as currency in ancient Egypt.