Big Book o' Piracy

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The Big Book o' Piracy is a reward from the quest Pieces of Hate. It is an upgrade of the Little Book o' Piracy.

It holds 10 charges. It can be recharged using Braindeath 'rum' which can be purchased on Mos Le'Harmless. Only one Braindeath 'rum' is required for a full 10 charges. Recharging the book results in the same temporary stat boosts and drains as drinking the 'rum' by itself.

It can teleport the player to four different locations:

Teleporting to the above places from anywhere within the islands (which includes underground areas), or from Port Sarim does not use any charges and may even be done when the book has 0 charges (similar to Drakan's Medallion). However, teleporting out from any other part of RuneScape uses one charge. Therefore, if one wants to save or negate the need for charges, it is a good idea to use the Ectophial to teleport to Port Phasmatys, and use Pirate Pete to navigate to Braindeath Island and teleport from there. Another method is to use a Hoardstalker ring or a Dungeoneering cape to teleport to Dragontooth Island or Braindeath Island, or simply home teleport to the Port Sarim lodestone and use the book from there. This effectively gives the book an unlimited number of charges.

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  • When using the teleport option when standing next to Pirate Pete on Braindeath Island, he will insist you move away until you can't see him due to "magical interference". This is because Pirate Pete knocks you unconscious during the teleport animation and would cause a copy of him to appear if used next to him.
    • This does not occur when using the Big Book o' Piracy on the dock north of Port Phasmatys.
  • Attempting to use Karamjan rum on the book yields the message: "This rum isn't anywhere near potent enough to recharge your teleports - note the distinctive lack of quote marks. Only Captain Braindeath's 'rum' will suffice!"