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|Release||31 March 2008 (Update)|
The Ravenous locust is a Summoning familiar. It requires level 70 Summoning. After interacting with the locust you will get a chat option and also the option to use its Remote view ability.
Ravenous locust pouchEdit
|79 ( 1,975)|| 16.5|
|Pot of flour|
|Create XP||Use XP||Low alch||Hi alch||GE price|
|GE Database||Cost to make||Bogrog shard return||Shard return level|
|Look up price||2,181|
|I can summon a ravenous locust familiar with this.|
A Ravenous locust pouch is made by using a Summoning pouch on a Summoning obelisk with 79 spirit shards, a crimson charm and a pot of flour in the inventory. Making the pouch earns 132 experience points. Using the pouch to summon a Ravenous locust grants 1.5 experience points, and costs 4 Summoning points.
|Create XP||Use XP||Special move points|
|Low Alch||High Alch||GE Price|
|95 coins||143 coins||147 coins (info)|
|GE Database||Bogrog shard return||Shard return level|
|Look up price||6 (150)||74|
|A scroll for a ravenous locust familiar.|
A Famine scroll enables the use of the Famine special move for a Ravenous locust. Using the pouch on a Summoning obelisk creates 10 scrolls and gives 1.5 experience.
Famine is the special move for the Ravenous locust, which allows the locust to "eat" a piece of the opponent's food (Bandages are NOT considered food). It is activated using a Famine scroll and uses 12 special move points. Activating it gives 1.5 experience.
When activated, a swarm appears and surrounds the target.
- During remote view, its examine information changes to "If it starts drooling, people will think it is raining".
- If you activate remote view while the Ravenous Locust familiar is at low life points, it gets fully healed.
- The dialogue is a possible reference to the 1960s anti-war slogan "make love, not war".