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Opals are the lowest level of semi-precious gems. They are obtained by cutting uncut opals with a chisel at level 1 Crafting, though there is a chance (that decreases as Crafting level increases) the player will accidentally destroy it in the process, creating a crushed gem. Successfully cutting an uncut opal grants the player 15 Crafting experience; crushing the opal only awards 3.8 Crafting experience.

Opals may be crafted into opal jewellery, which can be enchanted to imbue the items with special abilities. Opals can also be cut into opal bolt tips to create opal bolts, or traded to Safta Doc along with other items in exchange for an opal machete.

Cut opals may be sold to Gabooty's Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative for 33 trading sticks and bought for 100 trading sticks.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Opal.png Opal
Crafting-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
15 XP-1 (0.6s) 272
Crafting Crafting level1
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Uncut opal.pngUncut opal1227227

Products[edit | edit source]

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Jewellery and bolts[edit | edit source]

Opals can be forged in a furnace with a silver bar and the appropriate mould to produce the following jewellery, which can then be enchanted:

Level Unenchanted Profit Enchanted Profit Profit[1]
Crafting 13 Opal ring 99 Ring of metamorphosis 1,000 1,019
Crafting 25 Opal necklace 34 Featherfingered necklace 113 132
Crafting 29 Opal bracelet 18 Headhunter's sacrifice -609 -590
Crafting 34 Opal amulet[2] -767 Amulet of bountiful harvest[2] -1,677 -1,658
Fletching 26 Opal bolts[3] -188 Enchanted opal bolts[3] -832.4 -642.8
  1. ^ Assumes a water staff is used.
  2. ^ a b Includes the price of a ball of wool.
  3. ^ a b Assumes 12 bronze bolts are bought.

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]