|Released||24 July 2006 (Update)|
|Runes||10 6 2|
Superglass Make instantly turns all sand and soda ash, seaweed, giant seaweed, or swamp weed in the player's inventory into molten glass, without the need for a furnace. Sand buckets are fully consumed, meaning empty buckets will not be returned to the player in the process. This spell provides a 30% bonus yield, so on average, the player will receive 1.3 molten glass per pair of raw materials, or 9.6 molten glass if using giant seaweed. In addition to providing Magic experience, this spell provides 10 Crafting experience per bucket of sand used. As with all Lunar spells, the quest Lunar Diplomacy must be completed to cast this spell.
Use in skilling[edit | edit source]
With good timing and concentration, a player can expect over 50k Crafting and 30k Magic experience per hour, although it is possible to gain over 90k Crafting and 60k Magic experience per hour with perfect clicks. A smoke battlestaff (or a tome of fire and staff of air) is recommended, as they provide unlimited fire and air runes and save inventory spaces.
Using swamp weed would provide a loss of -1,415.7 per cast with an inventory of 13 swamp weed and 13 buckets of sand.
Using giant seaweed would provide a profit of 1,292.6 per cast with an inventory of 3 seaweed and 18 buckets of sand. Molten glass that would go over the 28 slot inventory will be placed on the ground and can be picked up. If the dropped molten glass is ignored, then it is a profit of 1,030.7 per cast.
Casting superglass make with giant seaweed is a popular method among ironmen to gain crafting experience and materials as both buckets of sand and giant seaweed can be collected in large quantities relatively easily.
Uses - Comparing Molten Glass yield and XP[edit | edit source]
1.0 molten glass per soda ash and bucket of sand.
1.3 molten glass per soda ash and bucket of sand.
When used on a fire, giant seaweed turns into six soda ash upon successfully cooking, rather than just one given by normal seaweed. You can however fail, resulting in only one soda ash. Note that Cooking gauntlets do not decrease the cooking fail chance, however the Hosidius Kitchen cooking range effect still applies.
When used in conjunction with the Superglass Make spell, giant seaweed similarly acts as six regular seaweed and gives 60 Crafting experience per seaweed when cast. The combination of two giant seaweed and 12 buckets of sand yields on average 1.45 molten glass per bucket of sand, while the combination of three giant seaweed and 18 buckets of sand yields an average of 1.6 glass per sand, although with the latter some of the glass will fall on the floor as it overflows from the inventory. If it is not picked up, it results in an average of 1.488 glass per sand. If players obtain the sand via mining sandstone, it is slightly more efficient to not pick up the excess despite the lower return due to how quickly the materials can be obtained.
The average Crafting experience per giant seaweed varies:
- For an average of 1.45 glass per sand (two giant seaweed and 12 buckets of sand), each giant seaweed equals 538.5 experience when making lantern lenses or 669 experience when making empty light orbs;
- For an average of 1.488 glass per sand (three giant seaweed and 18 buckets of sand without picking up the excess), each giant seaweed equals 551 experience when making lantern lenses or 685 experience when making empty light orbs;
- For an average of 1.6 glass per sand (three giant seaweed and 18 buckets of sand and picking up the excess), each giant seaweed equals 588 experience when making lantern lenses or 732 experience when making empty light orbs.
These numbers include the experience from casting Superglass Make.
Cost[edit | edit source]
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