Casting fruitfall

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Using fruitfall scrolls
69 Summoning
Fruit bat pouch.png: RS3 Inventory image of Fruit bat pouchFruit bat pouch
Fruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall).png: RS3 Inventory image of Fruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall)Fruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall)
Summoning potion (4).png: RS3 Inventory image of Summoning potion (4)Summoning potion (4)
ProfitROIExperience gained
4,729,926148.1%840 Summoning
Inputs (3,193,834)Outputs (7,923,760)
ItemQuantityGE Price
Fruit bat pouch.pngFruit bat pouch24,974
Fruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall).pngFruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall)1,300328,900
Summoning potion (4).pngSummoning potion (4)1202,859,960
ItemQuantityGE Price
Papaya fruit.pngPapaya fruit1,0407,923,760

Fruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall)s send the fruit bat foraging for fruit, and produces papayas, oranges, limes, pineapples and bananas. The most profitable and time-efficient of these is the papaya, which you will be collecting.

Turn on Area loot in the options for faster and easier looting.

Stand outside a bank with an open area near it - Edgeville and Clan Wars work well. Summon your fruit bat, withdraw your stack of Fruit Bat scroll (Fruitfall)s, and bring two potions. Start repeatedly using the fruitfall move - putting it on your action bar is helpful. When your special move points run out, drink a dose of potion. You can use fruitfall 20 or 30 times, letting the fruit stack up near you. Then, collect all of the papayas (they should be on the top unless there are oranges) and bank them. Repeat this indefinitely, occasionally withdrawing the bat's own foraged fruit, and summoning a new one when that one runs out.

The most efficient method is to set a key-bind to open the "area loot" feature in Settings > Controls > Action Bar to pick them up without moving.