Acadia logs are cut from the acadia trees found in the Imperial district in Menaphos. This requires level 50 Woodcutting and grants 80 Woodcutting experience per log as well as 4.5 base reputation in the active district.
Burning acadia logs requires level 47 Firemaking and grants 140 Firemaking experience. Adding them to a bonfire at level 99 Firemaking grants 180 Firemaking experience. When lit, they burn for approximately 3.5 minutes.
At level 45 Fletching, acadia logs can be cut into arrow shafts, granting 12.5 experience. Cutting and selling one full inventory of acadia logs would make 37,184 coins on the Grand Exchange.
Acadia logs can also be used at level 48 Firemaking to make acadia incense sticks which when combined with accursed ashes become accursed acadia incense sticks. Accursed acadia incense sticks can be combined with either avantoe, kwuarm, bloodweed, or snapdragon to make avantoe incense sticks (level 48 Firemaking), kwuarm incense sticks (54), bloodweed incense sticks (57), or snapdragon incense sticks (59), respectively.
Burning the logs while wielding an augmented crystal tinderbox or pyro-matic grants 9 item experience per log, totalling 252 item experience per inventory.
Occasionally, players may find a menaphite honey bee or a fruit fly in amber while burning these logs.
A fire made from Acadia logs.
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- patch 19 August 2019 (Update):
- Updated the examine text for Acadia log fires which will now show the type of logs used.
- patch 1 April 2019 (Update):
- An issue causing the host log from a fire spirit derived from using maple logs on a bonfire to read as acadia logs in the item tooltip has been resolved.
- ninja 13 November 2017 (Update):
- Acadia logs can now be crafted into arrow shafts.