Offering stone

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The offering stone is a table found in the Jadinko Lair, north and across the river from Herblore Habitat. Once inside, head southeast of the entrance, east of the Jadinko Queen. Players can spend Jadinko Favour, earned from various activities in the Lair, on a few types of rewards.

  • Random mix: 10 Jadinko Favour each. Gives random fruits and seeds for Herblore Habitat, as well as juju teleport spiritbags.
  • Fruits only: 13 Jadinko Favour each. Gives random fruits for use within the Jadinko Lair.
  • Seeds and teleport bags: 40 Jadinko Favour each seed and 80 Jadinko Favour each teleport bag. Gives random seeds and juju teleport spiritbags.

It is possible to spend all Jadinko Favour at once or exchange just a few at a time.

  • The default is 'Withdraw-all rewards'.
  • To spend less Jadinko Favour, right click on offering stone to select 'Withdraw-X rewards'.

There is a cap of 2000 Jadinko Favour, so it is encouraged to spend the Jadinko Favour when they near that amount. How many Jadinko Favour you have is shown on the upper left hand corner. A convenient bank deposit box can be found through the shortcut on the other side of the Jadinko Queen (requires 40 Woodcutting to use).

Jadinko Favour values[edit | edit source]

Action Required Jadinko Favour.png: RS3 Inventory image of Jadinko Favour Notes
Burning a curly root in a firepit 83 Woodcutting
83Firemaking
2 Roots burned by an inferno adze do not give Jadinko Favour.
Chopping a mutated root 83 Woodcutting 2 Near Jadinko Queen. -1 point for chopping a healthy vine.
Lighting a firepit on a dry patch 83Firemaking 3 Needs to be lit with a curly root.
Killing a mutated jadinko baby 80 Slayer 3
Killing a mutated jadinko guard 86 Slayer 7
Killing a mutated jadinko male 91 Slayer 10

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Jadinko fruit[edit | edit source]

Seeds[edit | edit source]

Seed reward mechanic[edit | edit source]

The Seeds and Teleport option on the offering table is completely influenced by what is currently being attracted in the Herblore Habitat. The seeds obtained at the offering stones will be the same types that are normally dropped by the jadinko that you currently have attracted at the hunter area on the surface. You will not obtain a seed type if the jadinkos on the surface do not drop that seed when caught. If you do not have specific jadinkos attracted on the surface, only blossom seeds can be found. Therefore, when you are ready to collect a reward, make sure you are attracting a jadinko with good seed drops, such as carrion jadinkos. It may also be prudent to shoo away common jadinkos with a striped vine, to eliminate low-level seeds from the reward pool.

Jadinko seed drops
Common Igneous Cannibal Aquatic Amphibious Carrion Draconic
Red blossom seed 5.pngRed blossom seed2–3%
Green blossom seed 5.pngGreen blossom seed2%
Blue blossom seed 5.pngBlue blossom seed2–3%
Erzille seed 5.pngErzille seed1–1.6%
Argway seed 5.pngArgway seed1–1.6%
Ugune seed 5.pngUgune seed0.9–1.5%
Shengo seed 5.pngShengo seed1–2%
Samaden seed 5.pngSamaden seed0.9–1.5%
Lergberry seed 5.pngLergberry seed2–3%
Kalferberry seed 5.pngKalferberry seed2–3%
Apple tree seed 5.pngApple tree seed0.3–0.7%
Orange tree seed 5.pngOrange tree seed0.2–0.6%
Banana tree seed 5.pngBanana tree seed0.2–0.5%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed1–2%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed1–2%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed1–2%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.1–0.4%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.4–0.9%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed1–2%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.6–1.2%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.8–1.3%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed0.9–1.5%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 3,402 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
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Lergberry seed 5.pngLergberry seed3%
Kalferberry seed 5.pngKalferberry seed2%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed1–2%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed1–2%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed1–2%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.5–0.9%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.8–1.3%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed1–2%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.7–1.1%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.8–1.2%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed1–2%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 5,925 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
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Lergberry seed 5.pngLergberry seed2–3%
Kalferberry seed 5.pngKalferberry seed2–3%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed0.9–1.9%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed0.8–1.7%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed0.7–1.6%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.2–0.8%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.8–1.7%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed0.7–1.6%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.3–1.1%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.4–1.2%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed0.6–1.5%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 1,312 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
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Red blossom seed 5.pngRed blossom seed2–3%
Green blossom seed 5.pngGreen blossom seed1–2%
Blue blossom seed 5.pngBlue blossom seed0.9–1.7%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed0.9–1.7%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed1–2%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed1–2%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.1–0.5%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.9–1.7%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed0.7–1.3%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.8–1.6%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.6–1.2%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed0.9–1.7%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 2,221 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
Add data to the log (requires JavaScript).
Apple tree seed 5.pngApple tree seed2–3%
Orange tree seed 5.pngOrange tree seed1–2%
Banana tree seed 5.pngBanana tree seed0.9–1.9%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed1–2%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed1–2.1%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed0.5–1.4%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.1–0.6%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.6–1.5%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed0.7–1.6%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.6–1.5%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.5–1.4%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed1–2%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 1,400 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
Add data to the log (requires JavaScript).
Erzille seed 5.pngErzille seed3–4%
Argway seed 5.pngArgway seed2–3%
Ugune seed 5.pngUgune seed2–3%
Shengo seed 5.pngShengo seed1–2%
Samaden seed 5.pngSamaden seed1–2%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed1–2%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed1–2%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed1–2%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.5–0.8%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.7–1.1%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed1–2%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.6–1%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.9–1.3%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed1–2%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 5,769 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
Add data to the log (requires JavaScript).
Erzille seed 5.pngErzille seed1–2%
Argway seed 5.pngArgway seed1–1.4%
Ugune seed 5.pngUgune seed1–2%
Shengo seed 5.pngShengo seed0.6–0.9%
Samaden seed 5.pngSamaden seed0.4–0.7%
Barberry seed 5.pngBarberry seed1–2%
Butterfly flower seed 5.pngButterfly flower seed1–2%
Fly trap seed 5.pngFly trap seed1–1.4%
Grapevine seed 5.pngGrapevine seed0.4–0.7%
Potato cactus seed 5.pngPotato cactus seed0.9–1.4%
Prickly pear seed 5.pngPrickly pear seed1–2%
Reed seed 5.pngReed seed0.8–1.2%
Snape grass seed 5.pngSnape grass seed0.8–1.3%
Sunchoke seed 5.pngSunchoke seed1–2%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 5,882 caught.
1 item is dropped at a time.
Add data to the log (requires JavaScript).

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Depending on a player's stats, it may be faster to gather seeds through burning curly roots or chopping mutated roots than through hunting in Herblore Habitat.
  • The most expensive option may be the most efficient for obtaining herb seeds, because the random option, though cheaper, tends to give more fruit and lower-level seeds.
  • The offering stone will not have fruit on it for players who do not have enough Jadinko Favour for any of the rewards.
  • The jadinkos you have attracted will occasionally come down from Herblore Habitat and put their seeds on the offering table, afterwards making their way to the queen and burrowing into the ground.