Nature impling

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The Nature impling is an impling that can be caught in the Impetuous Impulses minigame, and are located throughout Puro-Puro and Gielinor. The player needs at least 58 Hunter to capture this type of impling.

They could be caught with a butterfly net, magic butterfly net, sacred clay butterfly net, or volatile clay butterfly net.

In Puro-Puro, a net and empty jars are required to catch any implings.

In Gielinor, they can also be caught barehanded or while wielding any item, with or without an empty impling jar. Without an empty jar player will immediately receive the loot from the impling, instead of the impling itself.

Once these requirements have been met the player simply needs to click on the impling, and the character will attempt to catch it, though there is a chance of failure, in which case the character will continue trying to do so until it is caught. Bind, Snare or Entangle could be cast on implings to prevent them from moving for different periods of time.

When the impling is finally jarred the player can either trade it with Elnock Inquisitor or can free the Impling from the Nature impling jar, which will leave an item behind. The player can either get 3 Impling jars for one Nature Impling or, with 3 Essence Implings and 2 Eclectic Implings, can get a Jar generator. Capturing a Nature Impling will grant the player either 250 (if caught on Puro-Puro) or 353 (if caught on RuneScape) Hunter experience.

As with looting most implings, looting a Nature impling that was bought from the Grand Exchange or another player would yield worse loot than looting one which you caught yourself, therefore, it is not recommended to buy from the Grand Exchange or other players in hopes of getting valuble loot because the chances are low.It is commonly seen in the south-eastern corner of Puro Puro.

Loot[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Estimated based on 986 opened/rewarded nature implings.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Its examine text includes the line, "Right on, maaan." This is a reference to the stereotypical dialect associated with Hippies in popular culture, who are often depicted as fond of nature and wanting to "be at one" with it.