The witchdoctor mask is a members only piece of the witchdoctor camouflage gear obtained from Herblore Habitat. Players receive this item as a reward from Papa Mambo by catching all three of the God Jadinkos at least once in the same week, after having caught all the normal jadinkos. Completing the Jadinko Bingo achievement in one go is a simple way to get the mask. However you must catch the shadow, diseased, and camouflaged jadinkos by tracking them inside the Herblore Habitat in order to receive the mask. These can be caught in Anarchronia for the Jadinko Bingo achievement, but will not count for obtaining the mask unless caught via tracking.
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In order to attain this item, you must have 81 Hunter, 77 Farming, 54 Herblore, and 55 Agility. Boosts can be used to meet the level requirements for Hunter, Farming, and Herblore. Boosts cannot be used to meet the Agility level required to climb over the vine that leads to the God Jadinko island.
The mask's primary function is its right click teleport that allows a player to teleport directly to Herblore Habitat any number of times. In addition, the mask gives a 2% experience boost when training Farming, Hunter, or Herblore within the Herblore Habitat.
This item can be stored in the armour case of a player's costume room along with the witchdoctor robes and witchdoctor legs. All three items are stored together.
You may gain multiple masks by dropping your mask(s) or having them in your bank before talking to Papa Mambo after catching all God Jadinkos for that week.
The witchdoctor mask is valuable to those who train Farming, as it gives fast access to a fruit tree patch, located inside Herblore Habitat.
Once you have collected at least one piece of the witchdoctor set, you may speak to Pauline Polaris on the Livid Farm to receive Mambo's potion, which rewards you with 3,000 Farming experience.
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