Eye of newt

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An eye of newt is a secondary Herblore ingredient used to make attack potions and super attack potions. Eyes of newt can also be used as food for a sneakerpeeper spawn.

Eyes of newt are also used alongside feathers in the Creature Creation activity to create a newtroost, which drops a number of eyes of newt when defeated. These may be noted while wearing an Ardougne cloak.

Fifty eyes of newt can be unpacked from an eye of newt pack, which can be purchased from various shops.

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Newtroost Tower of Life P2P icon.png A newtroost is created by using one eye of newt and a feather on the newtroost altar of life in the dungeon, and drops additional eyes of newt upon death.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This item is almost certainly a reference to the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, specifically Act 4, Scene 1, when the witches add eye of newt to their brew.[1]
  • Newton mentions his eye has been stolen by a witch, a reference to this item.
  • The eye of newt has a white sclera and blue iris, shaped like in a human eye, while both Newton and real-life newts have yellow eyes.

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  • patch 26 October 2009 (Update):
    • Adjusted the delivery cost for eyes of newt.

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