Swamp toad (item)

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This article is about the item. For the non-attackable NPC, see Swamp Toad.
Swamp toad (item) detail.png

A swamp toad is a small creature with removable legs. Doing so yields toad's legs in place of the swamp toad. Toad's legs heal for 3 Hitpoints, are used as the tertiary ingredient in agility potions, and the gnome cooking foods: Tangled toad's legs, toad batta and toad crunchies.

Collecting a swamp toad at the Gnome Stronghold is a requirement for the Easy Western Provinces Diary.

The text "You pull the legs off the toad. Poor toad. At least they'll grow back." appears in the chat box after pulling the legs off.

These swamp toads cannot be used to fill ogre bellows; only Swamp Toads found around Feldip Hills will fill them. Attempting to do so results in the chatbox message stating "The chompy bird doesn't like this species of toad."

Products[edit | edit source]

ItemMembersSkillsXPMaterials
Toad's legs.pngToad's legs
Member icon.png
  • None
  • None

Item sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
SourceLevelQuantityRarity
Gnome child75 Thieving icon.png128/128
Gnome woman75 Thieving icon.png128/128
Gnome75 Thieving icon.png128/128
Tortoise No riders79 Multicombat.png120/128
Tortoise With riders92 Multicombat.png15/128

Spawns[edit | edit source]

Location Members Spawns Map
Tree Gnome Stronghold - swamp enclosureMember icon.png18Maplink
Tree Gnome Stronghold - south-western areaMember icon.png7Maplink
Taverley - west of the lakeMember icon.png3Maplink

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
26 July 2018
(update)

The message displayed when savagely dismembering a toad for it's legs have been added to the filter. Poor toad. At least they'll grow back.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In RuneScape Classic, there used to be about a 2 in 3 chance that the Swamp toad was too slippery to successfully pick up, with a message calling them ..slippery little blighters. This seems to have been changed at some point, likely in the transition from RSC to RS2.