|Released||5 December 2006 (Update)|
|Examine||Remember to brush after eating!|
|High alch||9 coins|
|Low alch||6 coins|
|Exchange||6,173 coins (info)|
Purple sweets are a stackable food item that are earned from all levels of Treasure Trails, except beginner. Purple sweets are the only stackable food item in the game, restoring 1–3 Hitpoints and 10% run energy per sweets eaten.
Due to their high price and low amount healed, they are rarely used as conventional food. Due to being stackable, they are often used for activities with constant tick eating and to restore run energy instead of stamina potions to save inventory space.
They are also commonly held by hardcore ironmen to avoid close encounters.
Purple sweets cannot be used in the Inferno; attempting to do so results in the message "The heat of the inferno causes the wrapper to stick to the sweet. You cannot see anyway[sic] to open it.". The sweets will not be consumed when attempting this.
Item sources[edit | edit source]
|Reward casket (easy)||N/A||2–6||11/396|
|Reward casket (easy)||N/A||8–12||77/23,760|
|Reward casket (elite)||N/A||9–23||1/32.3|
|Reward casket (elite)||N/A||8–12||1/92.3|
|Reward casket (hard)||N/A||7–15||1/27.1|
|Reward casket (hard)||N/A||8–12||1/77.4|
|Reward casket (master)||N/A||14–33||1/30.3|
|Reward casket (master)||N/A||8–12||1/86.6|
|Reward casket (medium)||N/A||5–10||10/341|
|Reward casket (medium)||N/A||8–12||70/6,820|
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Changes[edit | edit source]
|2 July 2015
Feeding purple sweets to the sickly NPC during Temple Trekking no longer consumes the entire stack.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Since purple sweets can stack, they heal more Hitpoints per inventory slot than any other item, limited only by the amount of purple sweets the player has and the 2,147,483,647 limit of items that a stack can contain. 2,147,483,647 purple sweets means you can heal up to 6,442,450,941 Hitpoints. It would also require 13,256,416,552,931 coins to purchase the maximum stack of sweets (not accounting for market limitations).
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