# Huge XP lamp

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Release date 28 February 2012 (Update) Yes No No No No Cannot be alchemised 1 coin SoF convert: 500,000 coins Are you sure you want to destroy the lamp? You won't be able to get another one. Not sold This lamp has an air of awesome power about it. or: A huge lamp that smells of the sea. 0 kg
A huge XP lamp is a super rare prize rewarded from the Squeal of Fortune, or from Meg, a Distraction and Diversion from Player-Owned Ports, which grants the player a definite amount of experience scaled to the selected skill level. It grants twice the experience of a large one, four times the experience of a medium, or eight times the experience of a small one. As with most lamps, this item may not be stored in a Bank. The experience gained stays constant from level 99 to 120.

If the player receives one of these lamps, it is highly recommended to utilise it on a skill that is either expensive, such as Prayer, or time-consuming, such as Slayer.

As of an update on 12 October 2012, skill-specific huge lamps in Construction, Crafting, Farming, Herblore, Smithing and Summoning have been replaced by crates containing training items for the skills.

As of 11 December 2012, this lamp can also be obtained from Meg when completing Player-owned ports random events.

Skill Replacement crate (small) Replacement crate (large)
Construction Construction crate (small) Construction crate (large)
Crafting Crafting crate (small) Crafting crate (large)
Farming Farming crate (small) Farming crate (large)
Herblore Herblore crate (small) Herblore crate (large)
Smithing Smithing crate (small) Smithing crate (large)
Summoning Summoning crate (small) Summoning crate (large)

Note: If using a huge XP lamp on Dungeoneering, dungeoneering tokens will not be received.

The following is an XP table detailing the number of experience received from a huge lamp for any given skill level:

Skill level Experience Skill level Experience Skill level Experience
1 499 34 4,129 67 18,152
2 612 35 4,664 68 19,032
3 616 36 4,872 69 19,760
4 680 37 5,080 70 20,741
5 746 38 5,296 71 21,543
6 832 39 5,532 72 22,474
7 984 40 5,764 73 23,572
8 1,016 41 6,016 74 24,657
9 1,142 42 6,276 75 25,709
10 1,228 43 6,544 76 26,716
11 1,360 44 6,828 77 27,960
12 1,504 45 7,116 78 29,173
13 1,645 46 7,432 79 30,338
14 1,832 47 7,764 80 31,840
15 2,016 48 8,100 81 33,328
16 2,093 49 8,440 82 34,780
17 2,192 50 8,808 83 36,174
18 2,280 51 9,185 84 38,097
19 2,384 52 9,600 85 39,347
20 2,480 53 9,996 86 41,196
21 2,596 54 10,436 87 43,003
22 2,696 55 10,896 88 44,739
23 2,816 56 11,376 89 47,380
24 2,940 57 11,880 90 48,972
25 3,071 58 12,368 91 51,612
26 3,192 59 12,932 92 52,916
27 3,331 60 13,474 93 55,428
28 3,312 61 14,060 94 57,887
29 3,624 62 14,684 95 60,260
30 3,784 63 15,290 96 64,516
31 3,946 64 16,036 97 66,780
32 4,112 65 16,864 98 68,815
33 4,288 66 17,372 99+ 70,000

## FormulaEdit

Below is a polynomial formula which loosely approximates the experience gained in a skill at level L. $XP = 0.00114633L^4 - 0.0834637L^3 + 3.64364L^2 + 49.7911L + 459.517$

One can also use an exponential formula to approximate experience gained at level L: $XP = 848.27e^{0.0458L}$

## Trivia Edit

• Winning a huge XP lamp on the Squeal of Fortune does not produce an event on one's adventure log.