Eagle transport system
The Eagle transport system is unlocked after completion of the Eagles' Peak quest. Players may use it to travel quickly to different Hunter areas as well as to the Jade Vine Maze. There are eyries in five locations: Piscatoris Hunter area, Rellekka Hunter area, Uzer, Feldip Hills and the Jade vine maze in Karamja.
A rope is required to travel using the eagles. Rope spawns are found in the Trollweiss and Uzer eyries, while ruined rope racks can be found in Eagles' Peak, Karamja , and Feldip. Players with sufficient construction levels and the correct resources can build rope racks over the ruined rope rack hotspots, which then become an infinite supply of rope.
The eagle transport system is rarely used due to the inaccessibility of the Eagles, as well as lack of interest in their respective locations. However, it connects the major hunting locations and also can be used for a few things, such as collecting Phoenix feathers and accessing the Dominion Tower.
Access[edit | edit source]
To use the eagle transport system, you need to get to one of the eagles. Methods include:
- Option 3 on a traveller's necklace leaves you at the entrance to the Desert Eagle eyrie.
- Use a Spirit larupia teleport and run northwest to the Jungle Eagle's eyrie.
- Fairy ring aks (Feldip Hills hunter area) and run southwest to the Jungle Eagle's eyrie.
- Use the Dominion medallion teleport and run northeast from the Dominion Tower to the Desert Eagle's eyrie.
- The Eagles' Peak lodestone provides quick access to the base of the mountain.
Eagles' Peak[edit | edit source]
The main Eagle Transport hub is inside the Eagles' Peak Dungeon, accessible after completion of the Eagles' Peak quest. Upon entering the dungeon at the top of the path of Eagles' Peak mountain, head east, then south until the door is visible at the end of the cave. Go through the door then all the way east, passing the eagle guarding the nest, until the cave turns north. The eyrie is at the end of the north tunnel. The ruined rope rack is visible as you enter the eyrie. Four eagles are available. Using a rope on an eagle takes you to one of the four locations.
Rellekka[edit | edit source]
Feldip[edit | edit source]
- Garden cane (from Fenkenstrain's Castle)
- Thatching spar (from Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup)
- Teasing stick (used in the hunter skill and can be bought from Aleck's Hunter Emporium and Nardah Hunter Shop) (recommended as it is easy to get)
Use one of said item on the young vine near the entrance, once stuck down it will take around an hour for the vine to grow strong enough to support a player's weight. Once the vine reaches maturity, a message saying "those vines should be worth checking on now" will appear in the player's chatbox.
Players with 38 Construction can build a rope rack inside the eyrie using 3 teak planks and 5 ropes. Doing so yields 810 Construction experience.
You can climb down the vine from inside the eagle's nest before it is fully grown but you will not be able to go back up until it is grown.
Uzer[edit | edit source]
Desert eagles are located north of the Uzer Hunter area. While it is possible to fly to Uzer from Piscatoris, a boulder will obstruct the exit; it is required that the boulder is pushed from outside. You will need 45 Strength to push it away. A rope spawn may be found inside. This place provides convenient access to the Dominion Tower.
Karamja[edit | edit source]
Players with 18 Construction can build a rope rack inside the eyrie using 3 oak planks, and 5 ropes. Doing so yields 540 Construction experience.
This is a somewhat useful method of transport for those who have not completed the Karamja Tasks, due to it being close to Shilo Village.
Achievements[edit | edit source]
- Faster than a Speeding Bullet ( 10) – Ride an eagle to the desert.
- EEEEAGLE! ( 15) – Fully unlock all eagle transport routes.
Update history[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- There used to be a glitch where when you travel from the Eagles' Peak dungeon to any other eyrie, the short cutscene will show the player 'floating' instead of holding onto the rope.