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For the variant encountered in Daemonheim, see Hill giant (Dungeoneering).
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A Hill Giant is a type of giant found in several locations around RuneScape, most highly concentrated in the far southern end of the Edgeville Dungeon and in the resource dungeon therein (there is a safe point for archers and mages in the northwest corner). These dungeons may be accessed through the entrance located in the house north-east of Gunnarsgrunn and west of the Cooking Guild if the player has a brass Key. The Edgeville Dungeon area is usually very crowded in free-to-play worlds, as players like to gather big bones and either bury them for Prayer experience or sell them at the Grand Exchange or to other players. Members worlds usually are much less crowded due to the better money making options for members. There are two Hill Giants present in level 17-18 Wilderness; however, very few people go there because of the dangerous player killers in the area and its far distance from any bank. (The closest bank for most Hill Giants in the Wilderness is at Daemonheim.) They are aggressive to players below combat lvl 89.

Hill Giants can hit up to 192 damage, and they only attack with Melee. They have very low Defence which makes them great for experience from level 30 to level 50.

LocationsEdit

Free-to-playEdit

MembersEdit

Champions' ChallengeEdit

Hill Giants are one of the 'races' who have a lesser champion in the Champions' Challenge Distraction & Diversion. To fight the Giant Champion, the player must kill Hill Giants until one drops a Champion's scroll, a very rare drop. The Distraction & Diversion just uses the term 'giant', but the only type of giant that drops the scroll is the Hill Giant. This is only for members.

DropsEdit

100% dropEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Big bonesBig bones1Always365

Charms(m)Edit

No charmGold charmGreen charmCrimson charmBlue charm
83–84%14–15%0.9–1%1%0.1–0.2%
Represents a 90% confidence range.
Based on a sample of 85,164 kills.
1 charm is dropped at a time.
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Weapons and armourEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Iron arrow 5Iron arrow3Common54
Iron daggerIron dagger1Common293
Iron full helmIron full helm1Common167
Steel arrow 5Steel arrow10–15Uncommon120–180
Iron kiteshieldIron kiteshield1Common673
Steel longswordSteel longsword1Uncommon1,332
Iron 2h swordIron 2h sword1Uncommon634
Mithril arrow 5Mithril arrow3Rare63
Steel daggerSteel dagger1Common756
Steel platebodySteel platebody1Uncommon2,520
Adamant arrow 5Adamant arrow1–5Very rare50–250

RunesEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Water runeWater rune7Common112
Fire runeFire rune15Common1,455
Cosmic runeCosmic rune2Common724
Nature runeNature rune6Uncommon2,304
Mind runeMind rune3Common66
Death runeDeath rune2Rare350
Chaos runeChaos rune2Rare146

HerbsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Grimy guamGrimy guam1Common130
Grimy marrentillGrimy marrentill1Common184
Grimy tarrominGrimy tarromin1Common33
Grimy ranarrGrimy ranarr(m)1Rare2,880
Grimy harralanderGrimy harralander(m)1Rare93
Grimy iritGrimy irit(m)1Rare3,879
Grimy avantoeGrimy avantoe(m)1Rare2,941
Grimy kwuarmGrimy kwuarm(m)1Rare6,708
Grimy dwarf weedGrimy dwarf weed(m)1Rare3,463
Grimy cadantineGrimy cadantine(m)1Very rare6,256
Grimy lantadymeGrimy lantadyme(m)1Very rare4,024

Seeds(m)Edit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Tomato seed 5Tomato seed1–3Common9–27
Jute seed 5Jute seed1–3Uncommon4–12
Potato seed 5Potato seed1–4Common13–52
Onion seed 5Onion seed4; 8Common40–80
Strawberry seed 5Strawberry seed2Common88
Cabbage seed 5Cabbage seed4Common60
Hammerstone seed 5Hammerstone seed2–3Uncommon12–18
Limpwurt seed 5Limpwurt seed1Rare616
Sweetcorn seed 5Sweetcorn seed3Rare48
Lantadyme seed 5Lantadyme seed1Uncommon781
Watermelon seed 5Watermelon seed2Very rare1,244
Asgarnian seed 5Asgarnian seed3Uncommon15
Krandorian seed 5Krandorian seed2Rare28

Other dropsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 250Coins8; 15; 38; 52; 88; 310; 350–493Common8–493
Limpwurt rootLimpwurt root1Common2,184
BeerBeer1Common397
Court summonsCourt summons(m)1UncommonNot sold
Body talismanBody talisman1Uncommon376
Long boneLong bone(m)1RareNot sold
Shoulder boneShoulder bone(m)1Rare[1]Not sold
Spirit sapphireSpirit sapphire(m)1RareNot sold
Spirit emeraldSpirit emerald(m)1RareNot sold
Spirit rubySpirit ruby(m)1RareNot sold
Starved ancient effigyStarved ancient effigy(m)1RareNot sold
Giant Champion's scrollGiant Champion's scroll(m)1Very rareNot sold
Curved boneCurved bone(m)1Very rareNot sold
Steel barSteel bar1Rare894
Uncut sapphireUncut sapphire1Rare1,073
Uncut emeraldUncut emerald1Rare2,202
  1. ^ Dropped during Fur 'n' Seek/Wish list.

Rare drop table dropsEdit

This monster has access to the rare drop table.
A ring of wealth, luck potion or collector's insignia are not required to access the table.
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Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 1000Coins250–500; 3,000Common250–3,000
Uncut sapphireUncut sapphire1Common1,073
Uncut emeraldUncut emerald1Common2,202
Uncut rubyUncut ruby1Common3,057
Uncut diamondUncut diamond1Common4,959
Uncut diamondUncut diamond45–55 (noted)Rare223,155–272,745
Loop half of a keyLoop half of a key1Common18,445
Tooth half of a keyTooth half of a key1Common24,806
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone1Uncommon13,351
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone45–55 (noted)Rare600,795–734,305
Dragon longswordDragon longsword1Common56,987
Dragon spearDragon spear1Rare36,262
BattlestaffBattlestaff180–220 (noted)Rare1,256,940–1,536,260
Rune javelinRune javelin5Rare935
Rune platebodyRune platebody1Uncommon37,413
Rune platebodyRune platebody15–25 (noted)Rare561,195–935,325
Shield left halfShield left half1Rare63,467
Dragon helmDragon helm1Uncommon58,428
Rune arrowheads 5Rune arrowheads113–137Common20,679–25,071
Onyx bolts 5Onyx bolts135–165Very rare1,048,005–1,280,895
Vecna skullVecna skull1Very rare69,383
Chaos talismanChaos talisman1Rare1,381
Nature talismanNature talisman1Rare1,100
Water talismanWater talisman65–82 (noted)Rare471,965–595,402
Earth talismanEarth talisman65–82 (noted)Rare159,380–201,064
Fire talismanFire talisman25–35 (noted)Rare47,175–66,045
Raw lobsterRaw lobster135–165 (noted)Common14,445–17,655
Raw sharkRaw shark225–275 (noted)Uncommon246,825–301,675
Big bonesBig bones72–90 (noted)Uncommon26,280–32,850
Dragon bonesDragon bones180–220 (noted)Rare301,860–368,940
CoalCoal200–1,100 (noted)Uncommon36,000–198,000
Gold oreGold ore90–110 (noted)Common12,960–15,840
Adamantite oreAdamantite ore180–220 (noted)Uncommon208,260–254,540
Adamant barAdamant bar14–16 (noted)Common40,586–46,384
Adamant barAdamant bar135–165 (noted)Rare391,365–478,335
Runite oreRunite ore90–110 (noted)Rare998,370–1,220,230
Rune barRune bar(noted)Common41,544
Rune barRune bar45–55 (noted)Rare623,160–761,640
Grimy torstolGrimy torstol90–110 (noted)Uncommon440,010–537,790
Grimy snapdragonGrimy snapdragon90–110 (noted)Uncommon449,820–549,780
Super restore (4)Super restore (4)45–55 (noted)Uncommon311,445–380,655
Prayer potion (4)Prayer potion (4)45–55 (noted)Uncommon185,985–227,315
Lantadyme seed 5Lantadyme seed14–16Uncommon10,934–12,496
Dwarf weed seed 5Dwarf weed seed14–16Uncommon9,100–10,400
Magic seed 5Magic seed4Uncommon399,044
Palm tree seed 5Palm tree seed10Rare1,566,380
FlaxFlax450–550 (noted)Common4,500–5,500
Molten glassMolten glass45–55 (noted)Common10,440–12,760
Soft claySoft clay450–550 (noted)Uncommon140,850–172,150
Yew logsYew logs68–82Uncommon13,056–15,744
Yew logsYew logs675–825 (noted)Rare129,600–158,400
Teak plankTeak plank45–55 (noted)Uncommon39,555–48,345
Mahogany plankMahogany plank270–330 (noted)Rare677,700–828,300
Brawling gloves (Melee)Brawling gloves (Melee)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Magic)Brawling gloves (Magic)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Ranged)Brawling gloves (Ranged)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Agility)Brawling gloves (Agility)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Cooking)Brawling gloves (Cooking)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (FM)Brawling gloves (FM)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Fishing)Brawling gloves (Fishing)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Hunter)Brawling gloves (Hunter)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Mining)Brawling gloves (Mining)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Prayer)Brawling gloves (Prayer)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Smithing)Brawling gloves (Smithing)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Thieving)Brawling gloves (Thieving)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (WC)Brawling gloves (WC)1Very rareNot sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 1Crystal triskelion fragment 11Very rareNot sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 2Crystal triskelion fragment 21Very rareNot sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 3Crystal triskelion fragment 31Very rareNot sold

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

Money makingEdit

For F2P players, Hill Giants can be a great way to make money, as they always drop big bones, which bring in 365 coins each at the GE. They also frequently drop limpwurt roots. The close proximity to the Grand Exchange coupled with their low combat level makes them a great way to earn coins and gain combat experience. The major and most noticeable drawback to money making with Hill Giants, however is that the Edgeville Dungeon is usually very crowded.

In order to save weight whilst training on these giants, only equip dragonhide armour; if you are at least level 65, you will not get hit frequently. This will reduce your weight, thereby allowing you to run further. Only equip a rune scimitar or rune 2h. This will save one inventory spot for big bones or limpwurt roots for strength potion brewing. You no longer have to leave a spot for coins, due to the money pouch update; thus, at least 20 spots should be reserved for big bones and the rest could be roots as they are very popular and are worth more than big bones. 

TriviaEdit

  • They were once just called 'Giants', but this was later changed by Jagex to avoid confusion between other giants.
  • There are 5 safe spots which can be used for killing Hill Giants in the Edgeville Dungeon, thus it is a popular place for players to train Ranged and Magic.
  • Despite being called "Hill Giants", the majority of the giants are found in dungeons. The reason for the naming was revealed in a Postbag from the Hedge; they are called "Hill Giants" because their muscles on their arms resemble hills.

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