Juju mining flask

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For the vial version, see Juju mining potion.
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A juju mining flask is a potion flask originally containing six doses of Juju mining potion. It is created by using a juju mining potion on a potion flask.

Each dose of potion lasts for six minutes. When a dose is consumed, each ore-receiving swing has a 10% chance to gain a bottled stone spirit of the type of ore mined. In practice, this means that while using a juju mining potion the player generates 10% more ore per hour if they do not already have a stack of stone spirits. This only applies to core rocks.

The flask is made by blowing robust glass, requiring 89 Crafting and giving 100 experience. Red sandstone can be mined at Oo'glog and smelted using the robust glass machine also located at Oo'glog.

To decant the potion into the flask, one must have at least 6 doses of juju mining potion in their inventory, as well as one or more potion flasks. Using the flask on the potion will open a menu to decant them. The optimal inventory setup for decanting potions is 17 4-dose potions and 11 flasks.

Once the potion has been partially drunk, no more doses can be added to it. After all six doses have been consumed, the flask will shatter and disappear.

Spirits obtained[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Each ore-receiving swing has a 10% chance to gain a spirit of the corresponding ore

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • ninja 21 September 2020 (Update):
    • 1 dose to 5 dose Juju Flasks and Combination Potions that weren't previously tradeable have been made tradeable player-to-player.
      • This only applies to Juju or Combination Potions which were already tradeable at 6 doses.
  • patch 21 January 2019 (Update):
    • Description updated to correctly match their current effect.
  • patch 12 October 2015 (Update):
    • No longer gives a 10% XP boost to any skill.