Collecting blue dragon scales

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Collecting blue dragon scales
RequirementsCollecting blue dragon scales.png
Skills
70+ Agility recommended
60 Dungeoneering recommended
67 Summoning recommended
Items
Dusty key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Dusty keyDusty key (if not 70 Agility)
War tortoise pouch.png: RS3 Inventory image of War tortoise pouchWar tortoise pouch
Quest
None
Other
None
Results
ProfitExperience gained
1,931,742.67None
Inputs (69,857.33)Outputs (2,001,600)
1.33 × War tortoise pouch.png War tortoise pouch (69,857.33)
900 × Blue dragon scale.png Blue dragon scale (2,001,600)

Blue dragon scales spawn in the Taverley Dungeon and the Taverley dungeon resource dungeon, and they are currently worth 2,224 coins each. The better place to collect them is the resource dungeon as they're closer together and there are more of them, but that area requires 60 Dungeoneering to access. Without the resource dungeon, you can collect about 550 scales per hour, compared to 900 inside the resource dungeon. 70 Agility is also recommended to avoid having to traverse Taverley Dungeon, which would require a dusty key. A Beast of Burden like the spirit terrorbird, war tortoise or pack yak are also very helpful to cut down on banking time.

Teleport to Taverley using the lodestone, and head south to the dungeon entrance. Use surge to travel faster. Enter the obstacle pipe if you have 70 Agility, or otherwise go the long way around (see Map:Taverley Dungeon for details). Enter the resource dungeon if you're able, and start collecting the dragon scales, being careful not to attack any blue dragons by accident. Pick up all of the scales (they respawn very quickly), storing them in your familiar as needed. Enabling area loot will allow you to pick up multiple scales quickly. When your inventory is full, teleport back to Taverley, bank the scales, and repeat. Grinding the scales is usually not worth the time taken and is not recommended, as the scale dust costs much less than the regular scales.