Juju teleport spiritbag

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Juju teleport spiritbag detail.png

The juju teleport spiritbag is used for teleporting to the Herblore Habitat. The teleport brings the player to the northern part of the habitat, near Papa Mambo. It is a one-time use item; when used the bag is consumed similar to a teleport tablet.

Spiritbags can be bought from either Bettamax in south Taverley or Papa Mambo in the Herblore Habitat area. They may be obtained as drops from Mutated jadinkos in the Jadinko Lair. They may also be rewards from redeeming favour from the jadinkos.

Besides accessing the Herblore Habitat, the spiritbag's teleport is useful for players looking for fairly quick access to southern and eastern Karamja who lack other means of fast access (such as the teleport ability of Karamja gloves, the Shilo Village cart system, the Gnome glider to eastern Karamja, or the Charter ship to the Ship Yard).

A player using the juju teleport spiritbag to teleport to Herblore Habitat

Store locations[edit | edit source]

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SellerLocationCostCurrencyBase stockMembers?
Bettamax's ShopTaverley2,000Coins 1000.png Coins100P2P icon.png
Papa Mambo's ShopHerblore Habitat2,000Coins 1000.png Coins100P2P icon.png

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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SourceLevelQuantityRarityMembers
Mutated jadinko baby93 Multicombat.png1–2UncommonP2P icon.png
Mutated jadinko guard96 Multicombat.png1CommonP2P icon.png
Mutated jadinko male100 Multicombat.png19/200P2P icon.png
Offering stoneNot Available Multicombat.png1UncommonP2P icon.png

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Juju teleport spiritbag's teleporting animation was changed in a hidden update on 11 January 2011.