Ravenous locust

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For the Familiarisation NPC, see Ravenous locust (Familiarisation).
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The ravenous locust is a level 82 combat Summoning familiar. It requires level 70 Summoning to summon.

Interacting with the Ravenous locust will provide an option to use its Remote view ability.

Ravenous locust pouch[edit | edit source]


A Ravenous locust pouch is made by using a Summoning pouch on a Summoning obelisk with 79 spirit shards, a crimson charm and a pot of flour in the inventory. Making the pouch earns 132 experience points. Using the pouch to summon a Ravenous locust grants 1.5 experience points, and costs 40 Summoning points.

Remote view[edit | edit source]

The Player can interact with the Ravenous locust to use its Remote View ability. The Ravenous locust can fly into the air allowing the player to see through its eyes, providing the player the ability to see things farther away and to scope out areas safely.

Famine scroll[edit | edit source]


A Famine scroll enables the use of the Famine special move for a Ravenous locust. Using the pouch on a Summoning obelisk creates 10 scrolls and gives 1.5 experience.

Famine[edit | edit source]

A player activating the scroll.

Famine is the special move for the Ravenous locust, which allows the locust to "eat" a piece of the opponent's food (Bandages are NOT considered food). It is activated using a Famine scroll and uses 12 special move points. Activating it gives 1.5 experience.

When activated, a swarm appears and surrounds the target.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • During remote view, its examine information changes to "If it starts drooling, people will think it is raining".
  • If you activate remote view while the Ravenous Locust familiar is at low life points, it gets fully healed.
  • The dialogue is a possible reference to the 1960s anti-war slogan "make love, not war".