Fiyr remains

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Description: Killing Fiyr Shades
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Fiyr remains are an item found and used in the Shades of Mort'ton minigame. To obtain these remains, the player must kill a Fiyr Shade, located in the Shade Catacombs. To enter the catacombs, the player needs at least a bronze shade key, obtainable by killing and cremating a Loar Shade. However, players need a silver key from an Asyn Shade in order to actually reach Fiyr Shades. Fiyr Shades may also be encountered while Temple Trekking on a hard route. To burn the Fiyr remains (see table for more info) first place the pyre logs on a funeral pyre, followed by the Fiyr remains, then ignite the pyre with a tinderbox. This will grant the player Firemaking experience (see table), and 100 Prayer experience (150 with Morytania legs 3).

Fiyr remains will always reward the player with either a silver or gold shade key, or some coins. Silver and gold keys give unrestricted access to all areas of the shade tombs, and the silver keys open the silver rewards chests in the Fiyr area of the tombs, which give the best common rewards out of all the chests. Gold chests can only be opened by gold keys, but may offer some specific loot otherwise unobtainable.

Players may only use Magic pyre logs or better to burn Fiyr remains.

Log Type Firemaking Experience With Morytania legs 3
Magic pyre logs 404.5 (424.7[1]) 606.7 (637[1])
Elder pyre logs 550 (577.5[1]) 825 (866.2[1])
  1. ^ a b c d With both All Fired Up reward items.

Money making[edit | edit source]

Killing Fiyr Shades
Profit Skill requirements Other requirements Experience
882,840 100 Combat recommended
63 Firemaking
Shades of Mort'ton 185,080 Combat
61,068 Constitution

Rewards[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Using an estimated rarity as not enough data has been submitted.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 23 August 2011 (Update):
    • The bonecrusher no longer crushes these remains.