|Release date||17 May 2005 (Update)|
|High Alch||0 coins|
|Low Alch||0 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||40,937 coins (info)|
|Examine||Ancient ogre bones from the ogre burial tomb.|
They are obtained from Zogre coffins, which will often break lockpicks and decrease players' thieving abilities upon opening using thieving methods. They can also be obtained by looting a zombie impling jar. (Zombie impling require level 87 hunter to catch.) These bones are impractical to train prayer with, as they are significantly more expensive than frost dragon bones, therefore it is recommended to sell raurg, fayrg, and ourg bones accumulated from ogre coffins.
Dropping monsters Edit
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Zombie impling N/A (hunter) 2–3 Rare
Cost and XP AnalysisEdit
This table can be used to compare and decide on how to train with the bones for the most desired cost versus experience gained. Notice how the cost in coins per XP point varies greatly depending on how the bones are used — but also remember that the different methods have different training speeds.
|Cost per XP||-426.4||-121.8||-106.6|
- It is assumed that two incense, mahogany or marble burners are lit while using the Gilded altar.
- The costs only include the cost of bones. The cost of clean marrentills used with the burners is not calculated.
- The price of raurg bones significantly increased on 19 September 2012, due to the release of the challenge system.
Wolf bones • Monkey bones (Zombie) • Bat bones • Jogre bones • Burnt jogre bones •Monkey bones (large) • Zogre bones • Shaikahan bones • Babydragon bones • Wyvern bones • Chewed bones • Mangled bones • Fayrg bones • Raurg bones • Dagannoth bones • Ourg bones • Ourg bones (General Graardor) • Dragon bones • Frost dragon bones