Sedimentary geode

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A sedimentary geode is an openable item that can sometimes be obtained when mining copper, tin, iron, coal, mithril, adamantite, luminite, or runite rocks.

Mechanics[edit | edit source]

When a sedimentary geode is opened, it yields one of the rewards below and is destroyed. The "open-all" option can be used by right-clicking the geode, and this automatically opens all types of geodes in the player's backpack, one every two ticks. Multiple geodes can be opened each tick by pressing the open option manually.

With sedimentary geodes being accessible by free-to-play players, the rewards are all free-to-play.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Item Members Quantity Rarity GE price High Alch
Spirit shards.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Spirit shards with rarity 100/200 in quantity 1Spirit shardsF2P icon.png1100/2002115
Uncut opal.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut opal with rarity 40/200 in quantity 1Uncut opalF2P icon.png140/20026012
Uncut jade.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut jade with rarity 25/200 in quantity 1Uncut jadeF2P icon.png125/20085118
Uncut red topaz.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut red topaz with rarity 15/200 in quantity 1Uncut red topazF2P icon.png115/20062424
Uncut sapphire.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut sapphire with rarity 10/200 in quantity 1Uncut sapphireF2P icon.png110/20076515
Uncut emerald.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut emerald with rarity 5/200 in quantity 1Uncut emeraldF2P icon.png15/2002,07130
Uncut ruby.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut ruby with rarity 3/200 in quantity 1Uncut rubyF2P icon.png13/2001,62260
Uncut diamond.png: RS3 Sedimentary geode drops Uncut diamond with rarity 2/200 in quantity 1Uncut diamondF2P icon.png12/2003,573120
Based on a sample of 213,999 opened.
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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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