|Release||20 February 2006 (Update)|
|High alch||109 coins|
|Low alch||72 coins|
|A triumph of man over nature.|
|Exchange||4,973 coins (info)|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
A wild pie is a pie made using the Cooking skill. It is a members-only item, and requires level 85 Cooking to make. With level 85 Constitution, each slice heals 1,062 life points, making a total of 2,124 healing for the whole pie. A slice of wild pie temporarily raises a player's Ranged level by 4 and Slayer level by 5 when eaten. Players gain 240 Cooking experience for making a wild pie.
To make a wild pie, players must (in order) add raw bear meat, raw chompy, and raw rabbit into a pie shell and then cook it. Raw bear meat can be purchased from Rufus in Canifis or Chargurr in Oo'glog. Raw rabbit can be purchased from Trader Stan's Trading Post or from Chargurr. Raw chompy can be obtained by hunting chompy birds. All three ingredients can be purchased on the Grand Exchange.
Uses[edit | edit source]
Wild pies are one of the highest Slayer boosts available. They can be used for Slayer runs on high-end monsters and some quest requirements. Eating a slice of wild pie with 1 or 2 Slayer levels below the required one is advisable to avoid having to need to eat wild pie constantly. For example, a player with 93 or 94 Slayer can kill ganodermic creatures more easily than killing them at level 90 Slayer, as this only affords them one minute to deal damage to the beasts.
Wild pies are popular among players fighting the Chaos Elemental as one of the stronger foods that leave an item behind when eaten. The empty pie dish prevents the Chaos Elemental from un-equipping worn equipment, as the inventory remains full (despite having consumed the pies). Players should ensure that the "Destroy empty pie dishes when eating" option is not selected in the Inventory tab within Settings.
Bringing a wild pie to Romily Weaklax in the Cooking Guild is required for the Varrock achievement Who Ate All the Pie? Wild pies are also popular among players who do not have the Slayer requirement to kill Skeletal Wyverns for the hard Falador achievement Why Oh Wyvern. It can also be used for players who do not have the Slayer requirement to kill abyssal demons for the elite Morytania achievement Whip: It Good. Furthermore, wild pies can be used to boost to level 78 Slayer, which is required for completing the Odd Old Man's Fur 'n' Seek wish list. The boost does not enable players to receive a Slayer task from a Slayer master above their level.
Prior to the return of Free Trade, players used raw wild pies to buy certain rare items due to the price difference between raw and cooked pies.
Ingredient Price Raw bear meat 2,143 Raw chompy 4,994 Raw rabbit 788 Pie dish 69 Pastry dough 295 Total Profit 8,289 coins -3,316
Creation[edit | edit source]
|Can only be cooked at a Range|
|Raw wild pie||1||14,188||14,188|
Drop sources[edit | edit source]
Wild pie[edit | edit source]
|Eclectic impling jar||?||1||Rare[dr 1]||N/A|
|Eclectic impling||50||1||Rare[dr 1]||N/A|
Half a wild pie[edit | edit source]
Store locations[edit | edit source]
|Pie Shop||Cooks' Guild||182||Coins||0|
Disassembly[edit | edit source]
|Disassembly category||Food and herbs|
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||1.0%|
Achievement[edit | edit source]
- Who Ate All the Pies? ( 10) – Sample all of the listed pies.
Update history[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Wild pies are also a random reward from some level 4 treasure trails.
- Wild pies became very popular after the dark bow was released. Dark bows are dropped by dark beasts, which require level 90 Slayer to fight. Many players had obtained level 85 Slayer to be able to fight abyssal demons and had not advanced their Slayer level further. Wild pies allowed these players the temporary ability to fight dark beasts. However, for these players, killing one dark beast required one whole pie as it has a large number of life points, and the player only has one level of Slayer to hurt it before they must eat another slice.