Soft clay pack

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Soft clay pack is an item pack containing 100 soft clay. It is obtainable from from Prospector Percy's Nugget Shop in the Motherlode Mine for 10 golden nuggets, from Belona's Mining Guild Mineral Exchange for 10 unidentified minerals, or from Dusuri's Star Shop for 150 stardust.

When purchasing clay packs, gold nuggets and minerals are worth 2,200, and stardust is worth 146.67.

The bags are exclusive to the stores they are bought from and therefore cannot be sold to another store in exchange for a different currency.

Shop locations[edit | edit source]

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time
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Dusuri's Star ShopFalador1,0000.6sStardust 125.png 150Stardust 75.png 120Member icon.png
Mining Guild Mineral ExchangeMining Guild1,0000.6sUnidentified minerals.png 10Unidentified minerals.png 8Member icon.png
Prospector Percy's Nugget ShopMotherlode Mine1,0000.6sGolden nugget.png 10Golden nugget.png 8Member icon.png

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
8 June 2020
(update | poll)

Soft clay packs are now available from the Mining Guild Mineral Exchange.

9 April 2015
(update)
  • Soft clay packs are no longer tradeable.
  • Golden nugget soft clay packs could no longer be made into banknotes.
20 November 2014
(update)

The item was graphically updated to distinguish between other packs.

22 May 2014
(update)

Golden nugget soft clay packs were made usable by free-to-play players.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

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24 April 2014 –
20 November 2014
20 November 2014 –
present

Trivia[edit | edit source]

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."