Short green guy

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Short green guy
Short green guy.png
Released12 December 2002 (Update)
Also calledSGG
MembersYes
Quest itemNo
Properties
TradeableYes
Equipableno
StackableNo
NoteableYes
OptionsDrink
DestroyDrop
ExamineA Short Green Guy... looks good.
Values
Value30 coins
High alch18 coins
Low alch12 coins
Weight0.5 kg
Grand Exchange
Exchange45 coins (info)
Buy limit2,000
Daily volume40
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Advanced data
Item ID2080
Short green guy detail.png

Short green guys (commonly abbreviated to SGG) are drinks that can be made at level 20 Cooking, granting 120 Cooking experience. They heal 5 hitpoints, boost strength by 4 and reduce attack by 3. It is a good cheap way to train without leaving the Gnome Stronghold, since it requires only one type of fruit, has cheap ingredients, and only requires one chopped/sliced item.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

Short Green Guy Short green guy.png Vodka.png 1 Vodka, Lime.pngLime.pngLime.png 3 limes 1 sliced lime Lime slices.png, 1 Equa leaf Equa leaves.png

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Cooking Cooking20 (b)90
Members
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Ticks0 (0s)
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Mixed sgg.pngMixed sgg1N/A
Lime slices.pngLime slices1150
Equa leaves.pngEqua leaves1107
Cocktail glass.pngCocktail glass1188
Total Cost445
Short green guy.pngShort green guy145
Profit−400

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
7 August 2006
(update)

The item was graphically updated with the rework of the Gnome Restaurant.

26 January –
27 June 2005

The item was renamed from "Sgg" to "Short green guy".

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

Short green guy detail (beta).png
Short green guy detail (historical).png
Short green guy detail.png
Short green guy (beta).png
Short green guy (historical).png
Short green guy.png
RuneScape 2
Beta
29 March 2004 –
7 August 2006
7 August 2006 –
present

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This might be a reference to a popular rule in drinking games, the "Little Green Man Rule," where people drinking must remove an invisible green man from their glasses before taking a drink.
  • The name is also a reference to gnomes since they are short guys, and in RuneScape Classic had green skin.