Loar remains

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Loar remains are an item found and used in the Shades of Mort'ton minigame. To obtain these remains, the player must kill a Loar Shade, located around Mort'ton. To burn the Loar remains, the player needs some pyre logs (see table for more info) and a tinderbox. First place the pyre logs on a funeral pyre, followed by the loar remains, then ignite the pyre. This will grant the player Firemaking experience (see table), and 33 Prayer experience.

Once burned, a bronze shade key or some coins will appear next to the pyre. The keys can be used either to enter the tomb, or to open the corresponding coloured doors to chests containing valuable items.

Log Type Firemaking Experience
Pyre logs 50
Oak pyre logs 70
Willow pyre logs 100
Teak pyre logs 120
Arctic pyre logs 158
Maple pyre logs 175
Mahogany pyre logs 210
Yew pyre logs 255
Magic pyre logs 400 (404.5[1])
Elder pyre logs 550 (577[1])
  1. ^ a b With both All Fired Up reward items.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Item Members Quantity Rarity GE price High Alch
Coins_100.png: RS3 Loar remains drops Coins with rarity Common in quantity 200-210CoinsF2P icon.png200–210Common[d 1]200-210200-210
Bronze key brown.png: RS3 Loar remains drops Bronze key brown with rarity Common in quantity 1Bronze key brown (m)P2P icon.png1Common[d 1]49High Level Alchemy icon.png49
Bronze key red.png: RS3 Loar remains drops Bronze key red with rarity Common in quantity 1Bronze key red (m)P2P icon.png1Common[d 1]48High Level Alchemy icon.png48
Bronze key crimson.png: RS3 Loar remains drops Bronze key crimson with rarity Uncommon in quantity 1Bronze key crimson (m)P2P icon.png1Uncommon[d 1]49High Level Alchemy icon.png49
Based on a sample of 0 burnt.
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  1. ^ a b c d Using an estimated rarity as not enough data has been submitted.

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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.