Soft clay pack

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Soft clay pack is an item pack containing 100 soft clay. It can be purchased from Prospector Percy in the Motherlode Mine for 10 golden nuggets.

The price of soft clay is currently 121, making each pack worth 12,100 and each Golden nugget worth 1,210.

Likewise, based on the average value of bag full of gems (30,321.86), each golden nugget is worth 758.05.

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Mining Guild Mineral ExchangeMining Guild1,000Unidentified minerals.png 10Unidentified minerals.png 8Member icon.pngAsgarnia Asgarnia
Prospector Percy's Nugget ShopMotherlode Mine1,000Golden nugget.png 10Golden nugget.png 8Member icon.pngAsgarnia Asgarnia

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
8 June 2020
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Soft clay packs are now available from the Mining Guild Mineral Exchange.
9 April 2015
Soft clay packs are no longer tradeable.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Soft clay packs were once tradeable upon release and could be sold to Prospector Percy for golden nuggets, effectively allowing players to buy anything in the shop using coins. This was not widely known or used until achievement diaries were released, where the prospector kit was required for the hard Falador Diary. It was first accepted by Jagex Moderators as an "unforeseen feature"[1], but packs were changed to become untradeable in an update on 9 April 2015.
  • The soft clay pack that players may buy from Prospector Percy is distinct from the one players may buy from the Mineral Exchange, despite their visual appearances and names being identical. This means that players cannot buy a pack from one store and sell it to the other.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 4 April 2015. (Archived from the original on 5 April 2015.) Mod Ash: "Yes, you can [trade them]. It's not something we'd foreseen, but we've decided to accept it as a feature for now."