Tool Leprechaun

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Tool Leprechauns are non-player characters found near Farming patches around Gielinor. They provide two basic functions: store Farming tools and exchange harvested items into banknotes.

All Tool leprechauns can carry various Farming tools for you and you can retrieve them from any leprechaun:


Players are able to bring noted items to the leprechaun for storage so long as it is able to store them.

Noting Items[edit | edit source]

The tool leprechaun will note any items used on him that have been collected (or are collected) from farming. This is useful for inventory management when running between different farming locations.

The tool leprechaun will not note the following items:

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
16 May 2019
(update | poll)
Tool leprechauns can now hold up to 100 rakes, dibbers, spades, trowels and secateurs.
23 May 2013
(update | poll)
Tool leprechauns now stand near their patches rather than wandering so far away.
Tool leprechauns will now convert your crops to banknotes. Use the items on the leprechaun to make use of this facility.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • If a player tries to use a banknote on a leprechaun, it will snarkily respond by saying, "That IS a banknote!".
  • There is a leprechaun on the roof of the Troll Stronghold that is lying in a chair and relaxing. He leaves during the battle against the Baby Roc and the Giant Roc, then comes back afterwards.
  • When the player tries to exchange cabbages into noted cabbages at the Falador farming patch, the Tool Leprechaun complains about cabbages and tells the player to take them away.
  • During the Lost City quest, the player can ask any of the tool leprechauns about the location of Zanaris. None of the tool leprechauns will tell the player, but will suggest that the player talks with Shamus instead.
  • Originally, Tool Leprechauns were said to teleport your tools and items into the Lumbridge shed for storage.