Inferior locator

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Inferior locator detail.png

The inferior locator is an item created via the Divination skill at level 24. It starts with 50 charges, and can be recharged by using bright energy (one energy per charge). If you already have an inferior locator and attempt to create a second one you will be told "You've already got a locator in the bank; you can't own more than one locator at a time."

The Inferior Locator can bring you to copper, tin, iron, Herblore Secondaries 1, Fish 1, oak tree, and willow tree locations.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Inferior locator.png Inferior locator
Divination-Make-X GE icon.png
6 XP--
Divination Divination level24
P2P icon.png Members onlyYes
Bright energy 100.pngBright energy10018018,000
Divine bronze rock.pngDivine location1N/A-

Divine location[edit | edit source]

The following divine locations can be used in the creation of inferior locators:

Possible teleport locations[edit | edit source]

Teleport locations are randomly selected from the following. More locations may exist. With a failed teleport it will read "The locator buzzes for a second, then emits a small puff of smoke. Oh dear." A failed teleport does not use a charge. It is possible to be teleported to the same location more than once in a row.

A player teleporting using a locator.

Copper ore[edit | edit source]

Tin ore[edit | edit source]

Iron ore[edit | edit source]

Herblore Secondaries 1[edit | edit source]

Fish 1[edit | edit source]

Oak trees[edit | edit source]

Willow trees[edit | edit source]

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When the locators were first released, players were able to teleport to an inaccessible area north of the Grand Tree when using the oak logs teleport. This has now been fixed.
  • It was formerly a reward from the Mobilising Armies minigame, and can be purchased from Serjeant Cole. It was recharged by playing a game of Mobilising armies.
Options of the Inferior locator.