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This article is about the animal found all over Gielinor. For other uses, see Chicken (disambiguation).
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Chickens are a type of domesticated bird kept as livestock by farmers, and they are often found inside pens in the farms of Gielinor. Chickens are one of the weakest enemies in RuneScape, with some chickens having the same amount of life points as a mere rat. They are often killed by low-level players training their combat skills, as they have very low Defence and deal barely any damage. These players can also cook their raw chicken drops, which provide 200 life points each, allowing them to prolong their stay. Chickens, like most birds, count for bird Slayer assignments, which are given by the slayer masters Turael and Spria.

Chickens are the primary source of several useful items, as when they are killed they drop raw chickens for Cooking and Summoning, bones for Prayer, and 5 to 15 feathers for Fishing or Fletching. They also serve as a source of eggs for Cooking, as every few minutes they lay one. Because of this, killing chickens can be somewhat profitable for low-level players.



100% dropsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Raw chickenRaw chicken1Always304

Main dropsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
FeatherFeather5; 10; 15Common255–765
Cornucopia (empty)Cornucopia1Very rareNot sold
Off-hand rubber chickenOff-hand rubber chicken1Very rare[1]Not sold
  1. ^ Always drop from chickens that respawn by dropping from the sky, saying "I have returned!" This is a very rare occurrence.

Universal dropsEdit

Universal drops are dropped by nearly every monster outside of Daemonheim.
These drops are dropped alongside main drops.
Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Key tokenKey token1RareNot sold


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