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|Release date||28 November 2011 (Update)|
|XP per kill||982.3 (and 324.1 experience)|
|Always drops||Bones, Neem drupe|
|Assigned by||Chaeldar, Sumona, Duradel or Lapalok, Kuradal|
- Represents 90% confidence range, based on a sample of 8,788 kills.
1 charm is dropped at a time.
- Please add to the log (only if 50 or more creatures killed).
Weapons and armourEdit
Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price Death rune 4–10 Uncommon 720–1,800 Chaos rune 31–60 Uncommon 1,271–2,460
Note: Seeds are most commonly dropped two at a time. (E.G. A limpwurt and a white berry seed in a single drop.)
Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price Harralander seed 1 Uncommon 10 Avantoe seed 1 Uncommon 2,316 Tarromin seed 1 Uncommon 7 Kwuarm seed 1 Uncommon 1,421 Marrentill seed 1 Uncommon 11 Bittercap mushroom spore 1 Uncommon 19 Toadflax seed 1 Uncommon 2,379 Cadantine seed 1 Uncommon 805 Watermelon seed 1 Uncommon 1,989 Limpwurt seed 1 Uncommon 973 Whiteberry seed 1 Uncommon 3 Poison ivy seed 1 Uncommon 5 Spirit weed seed 1 Uncommon 322 Belladonna seed 1 Uncommon 80 Strawberry seed 1 Uncommon 371 Jangerberry seed 1 Uncommon 1 Wildblood seed 1 Uncommon 177 Ranarr seed 1 Uncommon 1,588 Lantadyme seed 1 Rare 31,111 Torstol seed 1 Rare 24,525 Snapdragon seed 1 Rare 1,574 Dwarf weed seed 1 Rare 39,056
Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price Polypore spore 1–500 Common 2–1,000 Gorajian mushroom 3 (noted) Common 90 Grifolic flake 1–112 Uncommon 83–9,296 Fungal flake 1–2 Uncommon 7–14 Eye of newt 1 Uncommon 4 Swamp tar 3 Uncommon 1,356 Snape grass 10–20 (noted) Uncommon 3,350–6,700 Spirit sapphire 1 Rare Not sold Spirit emerald 1 Rare Not sold Spirit ruby 1 Rare Not sold Starved ancient effigy 1 Very rare Not sold
- Universal drops are dropped by nearly every monster outside of Daemonheim.
- These drops are dropped alongside main drops.
Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price Key token 1 Rare Not sold
- The skull of the grifolaroo resembles that of the old Slayer icon, which is depicted as an animal skull.
- The description seems to hint that the name "grifolaroo" is a reference to kangaroos.
- Occasionally while fighting the grifolaroo, it will say "Hup!". It is the only monster along with the grifolapine to have a dialogue in Polypore Dungeon rather than the "Ssss!" and "Krrr!".
- There is a glitch where if the grifolaroo says "Hup!" and soon gets its cover back and you click on your neem oil, you spray the neem oil on another monster instead rather then the monster you are targeting. This also affects attacking too.
- The grifolaroo's design may have been inspired from Valve's Left 4 Dead Charger, as they both have similar physical appearances.
- If a player manages to deal a killing blow on a grifolaroo when it says "Hup!" the death animation will not be seen. This also is similar to landing a killing blow on an abyssal demon during the teleportation phase.
- It is possible for a grifolaroo to jump into an inaccessible area to players, making it impossible to collect your drops unless players bring runes for Telegrab.
- The examine text resembles that of a zygomite: "A bouncy fungus" versus "a bouncy creature covered in...fungus".