Pack mammoth pouch

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A pack mammoth pouch is a summoning pouch used to summon a pack mammoth, which are able to hold 32 items. It is made by using a summoning pouch on a summoning obelisk with 222 spirit shards, a crimson charm and a mammoth tusk in your inventory, requiring 99 Summoning and giving 439.8 experience. Summoning the Pack mammoth gives 10 experience and costs 100 Summoning points.

It can be made into ten Mammoth Feast scrolls by using it on a summoning obelisk, giving 10 experience. If the Voice of Seren is active in the Amlodd district in Prifddinas, using the Prifddinas obelisk will give 12 scrolls per pouch.

Pack mammoth pouches can be given to Bogrog or Lord Amlodd in return for 156 spirit shards for each pouch, requiring 99 Summoning. If the hard Tirannwn achievements are complete, Lord Amlodd will give 171 shards for each pouch.

Summoning[edit | edit source]

Usage
Level 99
Summoning XP 10
Points 100
Shard return
Bogrog 156 (3,900)
Amlodd 171 (4,275)
Level 99
Pouch to scrolls
Scroll Profit (VoS)
Mammoth Feast scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Mammoth Feast scroll -5,625
(-2,185)

Creation[edit | edit source]

Pack mammoth pouch.png Pack mammoth pouch
Summoning-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
439.8 XP-1 (0.6s) [recipe 1]22,825
Requirements
Summoning Summoning level99
Obelisk Must be performed at an obelisk
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Pouch.pngPouch155
Spirit shards.pngSpirit shards222235,106
Crimson charm.pngCrimson charm1N/A-
Mammoth tusk.pngMammoth tusk114,22414,224
Total price19,335
Profit3,490
  1. ^ All pouches are made at the same time

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