Pikkupstix

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Pikkupstix' voice

Pikkupstix is the central character in the Summoning skill. The player may begin the Wolf Whistle quest by speaking to him. He runs the shop Pikkupstix's Summoning Shop alongside the Summoning skill tutor Magestix selling essential items such as spirit shards and pouches. He also sells the Cape of Achievement - Summoning, for 99,000 coins, provided that the player has 99 Summoning. According to Bowloftrix, he is a walking disaster magnet, although he is never the target and his assistants suffer under whatever catastrophe he attracts.

Additionally, Pikkupstix may tell players where to find his assistant Pikkenmix for the Familiarisation Distraction and Diversion.

He appears in the Fremennik saga Three's Company. He is kidnapped by Carn during an attack on Taverley, and is rescued by the Signature Heroes Arianne, Ozan and Sir Owen.

Pikkupstix's assistants[edit | edit source]

In one "busy week", Pikkupstix lost the following assistants:

  • Stikklebrix - killed by white wolves
  • Scalectrix - gone missing, but rescued
  • Bowloftrix - almost cooked by trolls
  • Lunatrix - went mad - ran out door with pants on head after communing with Elder Spirits
  • Ashtrix - cut off hand - got saw in stump and panicked
  • Spartrix - captured by Kinshra - killed in slave rebellion
  • Beezeltrix - incident with smoke devil
  • Felitrix - lost
  • Hastrix - "The less said about Hastrix, the better!"
  • Two twin druids - captured by trolls

Shop[edit | edit source]

He runs Pikkupstix's Summoning Shop, alongside the Summoning skill tutor Magestix, selling essential items related to summoning, such as spirit shards and pouches.

Stock[edit | edit source]

Item Stock Sell price Buy price GE price Resale value
Summoning cape.png: Pikkupstix sells infinite of Summoning cape for 99000 and buys them for N/ASummoning cape99,000Coins 10000.pngNot bought59,400High Level Alchemy icon.png (-39,600)Coins 10000.png
Summoning hood.png: Pikkupstix sells infinite of Summoning hood for 99000 and buys them for N/ASummoning hood99,000Coins 10000.pngNot bought3,000High Level Alchemy icon.png (-96,000)Coins 10000.png
Summoning cape (t).png: Pikkupstix sells infinite of Summoning cape (t) for 99000 and buys them for N/ASummoning cape (t)99,000Coins 10000.pngNot bought59,400High Level Alchemy icon.png (-39,600)Coins 10000.png
Summoning master cape.png: Pikkupstix sells infinite of Summoning master cape for 120000 and buys them for N/ASummoning master cape120,000Coins 10000.pngNot bought72,000High Level Alchemy icon.png (-48,000)Coins 10000.png


Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 17 March 2009 (Update):
    • Pikkupstix is a little livelier when he's standing around.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His name is a play on "pick-up sticks".
  • Like several other druids, his name ends with "-ix", is a reference to the English translation of the Asterix comic books, where most of the Gauls have punny names ending in "-ix".
  • Pikkupstix originally sold the Summoning cape via his store Summoning Supplies, but after the Troll Warzone update he no longer does so as the store and stock is shared with Magestix.
  • For some reason, Pikkupstix wears a purple Slayer cape with green trim during Three's Company.
  • Prior to an update on 4 June 2018, Pikkupstix could enchant helmets for them to hold summoning scrolls (combat scrolls only), provided the owner of the helmet had the required summoning level. Once filled ('charged'), the helmets gained a cyan colour. It should be noted that, while players could own multiple enchanted helmets, only one could be charged with scrolls at any given time; attempting to add scrolls to a second helmet resulted in the chat message, "You already have some charged headgear". The scrolls had to first be removed from the existing charged helmet before any could be added to another.