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Not to be confused with Lucky Charm (Temple of Aminishi).
Taijitu detail.png

Taijitu is a secondary currency to chimes in The Arc and is considered much more valuable. In conjunction with chimes, taijitu are used to purchase various upgrades and resources at the Waiko Reward Shop and Ports Reward Shop, run by Boni. One taijitu is also required for the Jed Hunter miniquest.

They can be obtained through different ways:

Normally the taijitu are added directly to the currency pouch, but sources such as Motherlode Maw reward the item variant instead which can be clicked to add them to the pouch.

The best way to gather large amounts of taijitu is to repeatedly go on voyages and look for treasure chests and taijitu on the ground. Picking up washed up supplies and other items on the ground can be used to get more chimes to buy supplies for more voyages from Rosie on Waiko. Small voyages provide the cheapest supply/taijitu ratio whereas large voyages provide the fastest taijitu rate. See treasure chest for an analysis of the supply/taijitu ratios. Players can buy Uncharted island map for 15,000 Dungeoneering token at the reward shop.

Purchasing all items from the Waiko Reward Shop excluding the teleports and experience lamps costs Taijitu.png: RS3 Inventory image of Taijitu 354 taijitu.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
  1. ^ There is further information on this drop; see the associated page for details.

Store locations[edit | edit source]

Travelling Merchant's Shop[edit | edit source]

This table shows the next 5 dates(wrong?) on which taijitu is available in the Travelling Merchant's Shop, where it can be purchased for 800,000 coins.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The taijitu is a Taoist symbol that represents the duality of yin and yang.