Inari

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Not to be confused with Inari tail.
Inari Solomon icon.png

The Inari is a companion pet that may be purchased from Solomon's General Store. It costs 380 RuneCoins (342 for members) and will perform an emote when interacted with.

Names[edit | edit source]

The default name for the pet is Inari, however it can be changed in the Pets interface.

Available pet names
AbaddonAhrimanArcArezzoAsh
AzazelBakenekoBallistaBarneyBernard
BernieBlempBombardeBoneshiBoomer
BopBoxyBreachBrimstoneBroadside
BulwarkCaseyCasketteerCerberusCharlie
ChernobogChloeClaudeCocoaCombustio
CrispyCrushCyclopsDaisyDarklight
DeathbreathDiabolosDinoDirgeDraconis
DraculDragoDrakeDrifterDusty
EmberFangsFelixFidoFifi
FirebellyFirestarterFlingFlopsyFluffy
ForgeForrestFuryGrimalkinGrog
HoppyIgneousImmyJackJane
JetKibblesKirinKitsuneKitty
LeandrosLedLegsLeiLeonard
LeonidasLinusLionelLionoLoup
LyciaMagmaMagnusMateyMoley
Mr PunchyMr StampyMs PunchyMs StampyNemea
NibblesNovaNukePandoraPatch
PearlPeggyPennyPepperPeter
PhantomPhoxPinyinPixiuPolyphemus
PookiePuffyRed FangRexReynard
RiddleRoastyRockyRuthSanguis
SawbonesShadowShatterShinetailsSifu
SilverlightSimurghSkelesaurSleepySnookums
SnowySparksSparkySpeedySpot
SquishyStanSunderThirstyTiankong
TiddlesTimmyTinyTitusToasty
TrampleTreasure HolderTrebuchetWhitebearrrdWidget
WoobieXiongmaoZheZhu

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Inari is a reference to the Shinto kami called Inari Ōkami, who is associated with foxes.
  • One of the pet names added with the inclusion of Inari is Shinetails, a reference to the Nine-tailed fox demon that appears in many Asian cultures, religions, and media. It is possible "Shinetails" is a reference to the Pokémon "Ninetales", which is based on the Nine-tailed fox mentioned above.
    • Another name addition was Kitsune (狐), which means "fox" in Japanese.