Snape grass

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Snape grass is an item used in the making of prayer potions and fishing potions. It is also used when making a hangover cure, which is needed in the Plague City quest and the Skippy and the Mogres miniquest, and may be required in Fairytale I - Growing Pains.

Snape grass can be farmed at level 61 Farming from snape grass seeds. Players can pay a gardener 5 jangerberries to protect their patches of snape grass.

According to the book Gielinor's flora - allotments, snape grass has a subtle fruity flavour and is often used in teas. When crushed, the leaves emit a fruit smell which can be used to repel some insects, but interestingly has been known to attract bees. In addition, the leaves change colour from green to red during changing autumn temperatures, but this does not occur in game.

Spawns[edit | edit source]

Snape grass spawns on Waterbirth Island. If a player has access to Lunar spells, it is possible to quickly accumulate snape grass using the Waterbirth Teleport and Catherby Teleport for banking. After completing the easy Fremennik diary, Peer the Seer, who is found in the Rellekka marketplace, will act as a bank deposit box. Picking snape grass at Waterbirth Island and banking with Peer is a suggested method.

Snape grass can also be found on the Hobgoblin Peninsula west of the Crafting Guild. This location may be quickly accessed by teleporting to a player-owned house in Rimmington, or by using a crafting cape to teleport inside the guild.

Ten snape grass spawn northeast of the vinery in Hosidius at the end of the peninsula. In the time it takes to pick up all ten, the first one will have respawned. A bank is available at the vinery.

Dropping monsters[edit | edit source]

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Eclectic impling N/A 1 2; Common
Cave bug 6; 96 1 2; Common
Tribesman 32 1 2; Common
Long-tailed Wyvern 152 10–15 (noted) 2; Common
Taloned Wyvern 147 10–15 (noted) 2; Common
Growler 139 5 (noted) 2; Common
Cave crawler 23 1 3; Uncommon
Chaos druid warrior 37 1 3; Uncommon
Borrokar 48 1 3; Uncommon
Chasm Crawler 68 1 3; Uncommon
Salarin the twisted 70 1 3; Uncommon
Spitting Wyvern 139 10–15 (noted) 3; Uncommon
Rock lobster 127 1 3; Uncommon
Waterfiend 115 3–20 (noted) 3; Uncommon
Bree 146 5 3; Uncommon
Chaos druid 13 1 4; Rare
Lanzig 48 1 4; Rare
Elder Chaos druid 129 4 4; Rare