Necrite rock

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Necrite rocks are a type of rock that can be mined through the Mining skill in various places throughout RuneScape, requiring a Mining level of 70 or higher. When mined, they will give necrite ore, with occasional igneous or metamorphic geodes.

Mining[edit | edit source]

Necrite rock.png Necrite rock
Mining levelMining-icon.png 70Critical hit chance
OutputNecrite ore10%15%
CoreYes check.svgMining-icon.png 75-
Stone spiritNecrite stone spirit.png NecriteRockertunity multiplier
GeodeIgneous geode.png Igneousx5x6
Rock statsMining-icon.png 73Mining-icon.png 77
Durability1300Double ore chance
Multiplier0.8Mining-icon.png 76-
Base ore1Geode chance
Varrock armour double chance10%15%
Varrock armour 3.png2%Mining-icon.png 75Mining-icon.png 78

Locations[edit | edit source]

Mine Members Amount Requirements
Al Kharid resource dungeon No 6 75 Dungeoneering
Desert Mining Camp cave Yes 3 Tourist Trap
Uzer mine Yes 3 None
Wilderness (level 35) hobgoblin mine No 20 None

Loot[edit | edit source]

Item Members Quantity Rarity GE price High Alch
Necrite ore.png: RS3 Necrite rock drops Necrite ore with rarity Always in quantity 1Necrite ore (m)P2P icon.png1Always6,075500
Necrite stone spirit.png: RS3 Necrite rock drops Necrite stone spirit with rarity 1/10 in quantity 1Necrite stone spirit (m)P2P icon.png11/10[d 1]5,126Not alchemisable
Igneous geode.png: RS3 Necrite rock drops Igneous geode with rarity Varies in quantity 1Igneous geode (m)P2P icon.png1Varies[d 2]1High Level Alchemy icon.png1
Metamorphic geode.png: RS3 Necrite rock drops Metamorphic geode with rarity Varies in quantity 1Metamorphic geode (m)P2P icon.png1Varies[d 2]1High Level Alchemy icon.png1
  1. ^ Only when using a Juju mining potion or Perfect juju mining potion
  2. ^ a b For an accurate drop chance see the mining rate calculator

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 21 January 2019 (Update):
    • Necrite rocks will now have appropriate colours when seen with the textures disabled.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • According to Zanik, Necrite rocks are formed from the deaths of many in the surrounding location around the rock's formation.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Zanik, RuneScape. "Necrite? That suggests a lot of people died down there."