Sparkling energy

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For the variant encountered in Daemonheim, see Sparkling energy (Dungeoneering).
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Sparkling energy is a type of energy associated with the Divination skill. It can be collected from Sparkling wisps, located at the south wall of the Golden Apple Tree, at level 40 of Divination. Each normal harvest gives 5 Divination experience, while the enriched version gives 10. Sparkling memories can be converted to Sparkling energy for 1 experience, with the exact amount of energy per memory depending on your Divination level. Players who have started A Fairy Tale II - Cure a Queen can quickly access this location by entering the code AJR. A Slayer Ring teleports to the same location as well, by choosing the Rellekka Slayer Caves option. It can also be reached by going to the Fremennik Province lodestone and running southeast for about 15 seconds. Sparkling energy is used to charge the World Gate engram for the Memorial to Guthix D&D starting at 400 sparkling energy for prestige level 1 and going up to 720 sparkling energy for prestige level 3.

Divination[edit | edit source]

Sparkling energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sparkling energySparkling energy
Divination level Divination 40
Wisp Sparkling wisp
Standard XP Divination 5 XP
Enriched XP Divination 10 XP

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Conversion[edit | edit source]

Level Conversion rate
Standard Enriched
40 2 3
41 2.09 3.14
42 2.19 3.28
43 2.28 3.28
44 2.38 3.57
45 2.47 3.71
46 2.57 3.85
47 2.66 3.99
48 2.76 4.13
49+ 2.85 4.28

One sparkling memory and 5 sparkling energy can be converted for 15 experience, while one enriched sparkling memory and 10 energy can be converted for 30 experience.

Boon? GE Price Normal XP Enhanced XP Additional XP GP/XP
No 199 12 15 3 331.67
Yes 199 13.2 17.5 4.3 231.4

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