Choc ice

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Detailed view of a choc ice

Choc ice appears to be a bar of chocolate ice cream. The term usually refers to a bar of ice cream covered in chocolate. They can be bought from a local vendor named Rokuh in Nardah, where they are sold for 30 coins each; Rokuh has a supply of ten. When eaten, they heal 375 life points, and quench a player's thirst if they are in the desert. Eating a choc ice automatically due to desert heat only heals about 70 life points. This can come in handy as an alternative to bringing waterskins to the desert, although most players prefer to use waterskins to save inventory space.

Choc ices were developed to aid the people of Nardah. When the town was cursed and could no longer provide water, Rokuh bought a box of magical non-melting ice. He used this to help keep the people of the dying town hydrated. The magic can last forever, although it will melt in the desert due to the extreme heat.

Karamel, an enemy from Recipe for Disaster (who is a pun on Kamil, a boss from Desert Treasure), drops a choc ice when she is killed.

In the quest Do No Evil a piece of choc ice in the shape of a monkey, chimp ice, is made for King Awowogei of Ape Atoll. Due to its peculiar shape the chimp ice cannot contain the freezing-inducing magic normally applied to choc ice and will thus melt away within a few seconds. The player will frequently have to cast an Ancient Magicks ice spell on it (they can't use Ice Rush, as it will not freeze the ice).

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  • patch 19 August 2019 (Update):
    • Fixed Choc ices naming inconsistencies.
  • patch 19 August 2019 (Update):
    • Renamed from 'choc-ice' to 'choc ice'.