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YoungllefCorrupted Youngllef
Youngllef (follower).png
Released25 July 2019 (Update)
RaceCrystal hunllef
LocationThe Gauntlet
ExamineLooks like a bit of a nightmare.
Advanced data
NPC ID8729

YoungllefCorrupted Youngllef
Released25 July 2019 (Update)
Quest itemNo
ExamineLooks like a bit of a nightmare.
Value1 coin
AlchemyNot alchemisable
Weight0.015 kg
Advanced data
Item ID23757

Youngllef chathead.png
Corrupted Youngllef chathead.png

The Youngllef is a pet received from the reward chest in The Gauntlet. It is a smaller version of the Crystalline Hunllef. Upon completion of the Corrupted Gauntlet, players unlock the right click "Metamorphosis" option to change between the regular Youngllef and the corrupted Youngllef variant. The pet will always be received in the regular form, even if it is obtained from the Corrupted Gauntlet.

When a player receives the pet, it will automatically try to appear as their follower. At the same time, a message in the chatbox will state You have a funny feeling like you're being followed. However, if a player receives a pet while having a follower out (for example, a cat), it will be placed into their inventory. When this occurs, the message in the chatbox will instead state You feel something weird sneaking into your backpack.

If a players inventory is full and they have a follower already, they will not receive the pet; it must instead be claimed from Probita in East Ardougne for a reclaim token, which costs 1,000,000 coins.

On death, if a player loses their pet (as a follower or in your inventory) it will wander around the area for 30 seconds before despawning. Even if the player returns in time, the pet cannot be picked up, and can be reclaimed from Probita for a reclaim token.

Item sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
Reward Chest (The Gauntlet)N/A Casket.png11/2,000
Reward Chest (The Gauntlet) (Corrupted)N/A Casket.png11/800

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Youngllef's examine text references 'hunllef', the Welsh word for nightmare.