|Release date||1 December 2003 (Update)|
|High Alch||2 coins|
|Low Alch||1 coin|
|Store price|| 50 Runecrafting guild tokens|
|Exchange price||118 coins (info)|
|Examine||A mysterious power emanates from the talisman...|
Also at the air altar, an air talisman can be combined with a silver tiara to make an air tiara for 25 Runecrafting experience, by using the tiara on the altar while having an air talisman in inventory. This consumes the talisman, but the air tiara can be used the same as an air talisman and can be worn, opening an inventory slot to carry another essence.
Air talismans can be used to create combination runes. The talisman is consumed when used as the 'secondary' talisman to make these runes.
An air talisman is consumed in conjunction with a Water talisman as tertiary items in creating an Ice titan pouch for the Summoning skill. Before ice titans were released, air talismans were relatively cheap to purchase. They then became expensive, often costing thousands of coins. They became cheap again following the release of the reintroduction of free trade.
Air talismans can be obtained as drops from various monsters. The lowest levelled monster to drop them are level 2 Goblins, but they are not a frequent drop. The level 13 Air Wizard located south of Falador occasionally drops air talismans. Level 86 Abyssal leeches often drop talismans, including air talismans, but the leeches are in members' areas and the areas are dangerous for lower-levelled players.
The player receives an air talisman at the end of the Rune Mysteries quest. (Before an update, the player received one earlier in the quest, but this was changed to a Talisman, which it looks like an air talisman but cannot be used as one.
Combining the Air talismanEdit
- On the day the Falador Tasks were released, Air talismans would not buy easily in the Grand Exchange and players had to wait for one to buy.
- Air talismans were required as an easy Falador Task to make an Air tiara. This has since been changed to making a Mind tiara.
- Before an update, during the Rune Mysteries quest players could do the drop trick to receive multiple air talismans from Duke Horacio. This could only be done if the player had started the quest and had not finished the part where the player showed the air talisman to Wizard Sedridor. This led to Jagex changing the air talisman in the quest to a Talisman, which has no use other than in the quest.