|Release date||4 January 2001 (Update)|
|High Alch||0 coins|
|Low Alch||0 coins|
|Store price|| 1 coin|
|Exchange price||6 coins (info)|
|Examine||This pot is empty.|
"Pot" redirects here. For other uses, see Pot (disambiguation).
An Empty pot is an item that can be used to hold a variety of liquids or powdery substances, such as flour. It is one of the most common items in all of RuneScape, so players will often simply drop them and buy new ones when needed, as they are very inexpensive.
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Imp 2, 7 1 Rare
Players can find them on various counters and tables through RuneScape, including the ground-floor kitchen in Lumbridge Castle. They also respawn on the west edge of the Lumbridge Swamp, on a table in Mill Lane Mill, Keldagrim and the floor of the helmet shop in the Barbarian Village.
Pots are used in a few quests, though they cannot really be considered quest items. Pots can also be found in Port Phasmatys at the general store for 1 coin each. There is a total amount of 300 pots, along with 300 buckets for 2 coins, though the only downside to this is that they cannot be bought noted so you must run back and forth between the bank and the general store, but even so, this can be found helpful for those players who need 1000+ pots and buckets for Ectofuntus prayer training.
- In RuneScape Classic and early years of RuneScape 2, Empty pots were simply called "Pot". This would result in the left-click option being "Take Pot", however this was fixed.
- General stores used to show a pot of flour on the mini-map as their icon, but this was later changed because players complained that the general stores only sold empty pots, not pots of flour.
- Pots have a 100 buy-sell limit every four hours on the Grand Exchange.
- Ale yeast, a pot filled with yeast, used for brewing ales
- Bonemeal, a pot filled with crushed bones, used as one component needed to worship at the Ectofuntus
- Pot of flour, a pot filled with flour, used in Cooking
- Pot of quicklime, a pot filled with quicklime, used in Regicide
- Pot of vinegar, a pot filled with vinegar, used in Rag and Bone Man
- Smouldering pot, a pot filled with Weeds and lit with a Tinderbox, used in the Ratcatchers quest