|Release date||15 January 2008 (Update)|
|Abilities||Forager - Evil Turnip slices. Heals itself slightly when using ranged attacks.|
|Special moves||Evil Flames|
|Examine text||If you think he's evil, you should see the carrots.|
The Evil turnip is a level 42 Summoning familiar. It is summoned by using an Evil turnip pouch, granting a player 2.1 Summoning experience. The Evil turnip also forages for Evil turnip slices (including 2/3 evil turnip) which can be eaten to restore health, but these are infrequent.
|104 ( 2,600)|| 49.6|
|Carved evil turnip|
|Create XP||Use XP||Low alch||Hi alch||GE price|
|GE Database||Cost to make||Bogrog shard return||Shard return level|
|Look up price||9,164|
|I can summon a evil turnip familiar with this.|
An Evil Turnip pouch is made by using a Summoning pouch on a Summoning obelisk with 104 spirit shards, a Crimson charm and a carved turnip in the player's inventory, giving 184.8 Summoning experience.
Evil flames scrollEdit
|Create XP||Use XP||Special move points|
|Low Alch||High Alch||GE Price|
|120 coins||181 coins||125 coins (info)|
|GE Database||Bogrog shard return||Shard return level|
|Look up price||5 (125)||49|
|A scroll for a evil turnip familiar.|
The Evil flames scroll allows use of the Evil turnip's special move, Evil Flames. It is created by using an Evil turnip pouch on a Summoning obelisk, gaining 10 scrolls and 2.1 Summoning experience.
Evil flames is the special move for the Evil turnip. It is a magic based attack which will drain the enemy's magic level some and heal the Evil turnip a little when used, costing 6 special move points and giving 2.1 Summoning experience upon use.
|This article on a Summoning familiar has an associated dialogue page.|
Click here for a transcript of possible conversations with this familiar.
- The Evil Turnip may have been inspired by Jack O'Lanterns, which were initially carved out of turnips rather than pumpkins.
- One of the conversations is a tribute to the Helen Reddy song "I am Woman," which begins "I am woman. Hear me roar in numbers too big to ignore."