|Release||13 July 2015 (Update)|
|Destroy||If you're on a task to kill Airut, you can acquire more poison from Trinks.|
|On death||Always lost|
|Poison concocted from plants in Nemi forest.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
Nemi poison is an item used to sicken Airut into Sickly airut. The sickened version is easier to kill and does not use the special attacks normal airut use. Sickly airut also do not require 92 Slayer to kill. Only the airut on Mazcab can be poisoned; using the poison on airut in any other location yields the message "You can only use that on Mazcab!". This item is obtained from Trinks on Mazcab when she gives the player an assignment to kill airut. Although sickly airut are easier to kill, they leave no drops when defeated, do not count towards an airut Slayer assignment, and award no Slayer experience for killing them.
They have a brief cool-down, so one cannot simply poison 10 airut in quick succession.
Care must be taken when using the poison on airut without 92 Slayer as players will not be able to damage normal airut without it. Using the poison will sometime fail with the message "Nothing interesting happens.". The poisoned effect may also wear off before the player has the chance to enter combat with it, potentially entering combat with the airut at full strength instead.
When in combat with a Sickly Airut care must be taken as damage they do is related to the tier of weapon you are currently using. For example attacking with only your fists results in damage in the range of 10-25 whist attacking with a tier 90 weapon they are capable of dealing over 1400 damage.
During the Call of the Ancestors quest the player learns that the poison is created from the poisonous nemi stalks, protected by the ancient goebie in the clearing in Nemi Forest. Behind the ancient goebie is the Goebie Temple where Goebies endure the three trials to gain powerful magic.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This item looks identical to large pipette of pig bile.
- Since an update on 2 November 2015, players can now bank this item.