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A long bone is a non-tradeable bone dropped by monsters that drop big bones, such as giants, ogres, and trolls.


The long bone's primary use is to be sold to Barlak, a Dorgesh-Kaan cave goblin, for 1,000 coins and 1,500 Construction experience. This requires completion of the quest Death to the Dorgeshuun, level 30 Construction, and the purchase of a player-owned house. Note that during some parts of the quest, The Chosen Commander, players will not be able to sell long bones to Barlak. After the quest is completed, Barlak will be interested in purchasing items again. Experience gained for selling long bones is affected by the Constructor's outfit, Sculpting chisel, and any stored bonus experience the player has.

Long bones can also be buried and give the player 15 Prayer experience, the same as big bones. This is not recommended, and when a player attempts to bury them, a warning tells the player that "someone" might be willing to buy it; this does not appear if used in prayer via other means. Long bones can also be used on an altar in a player-owned house, used at the Ectofuntus or cremated. In any case, the Prayer experience bonuses apply as if the player had used big bones.

Obtaining long bonesEdit

Although there are many monsters that drop long bones, they are fairly rare. There are a few common ways that players obtain long bones. Hill giants and moss giants are the most commonly killed monsters because they are abundant, have a low combat level, and have a decent drop table for profit on the side. Desert Lizards can also be efficiently killed because of their low combat level, especially when using a stab weapon. Some players find long bones by killing river trolls and rock golems in the Enchanted Valley. This requires partial completion of the quest Fairy Tale II - Cure a Queen. Long bones also have a chance of spawning as floatsam on an Uncharted Isles within The Arc.

Dropping monstersEdit

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Source Combat level Quantity Rarity
Aquanite (elite)N/A1Rare
Cave horrorN/A1Rare
Cave horror (elite)N/A1Rare
Chaos GiantN/A1Rare
Cyclops57; 63; 68; 911Rare
Dagannoth guardianN/A1Rare
Dark beastN/A1Rare
Dark beast (elite)N/A1Rare
Desert LizardN/A1Very rare
Enclave guardN/A1Rare
Fire giantN/A1Rare
Ganodermic beastN/A1Rare
Giant Mole (historical)N/A1Rare
Giant Sea SnakeN/A1Unknown
Giant frogN/A1Rare
Giant moleN/A1Rare
Giant skeleton (Shadow Dungeon)N/A1Rare
Hill giantN/A1Rare
Ice giantN/A1Rare
Ice troll84; 891Rare
Ice troll femaleN/A1Rare
Ice troll maleN/A1Rare
Ice troll runtN/A1Rare
KuraskN/A1Very rare
Mature grotwormN/A1Rare
Moss giantN/A1Rare
Mountain trollN/A1Uncommon
Mutated jadinko guardN/A1Rare
Mutated jadinko maleN/A1Rare
Nail beastN/A1Rare
Ogress warriorN/A1Very rare
Pee HatN/A1Uncommon
Pit ogreN/A1Rare
Ravenous ghoulN/A1Rare
River troll01Rare
Rock (monster)N/A1Unknown
Rock GolemN/A1Rare
Small LizardN/A1Very rare


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