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This article is about the cooked version. For the raw version, see Raw short-finned eel.
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Short-finned eel detail

Short-finned eel is a Tier 5 food that can only be found and used while Dungeoneering. A cooked short-finned eel can be found either by picking it up from the table at the start of a dungeon, or by killing monsters in the dungeon and receiving it as a drop. It is the highest-tier food in Dungeoneering a free-player can eat. A Raw short-finned eel can be bought from the Smuggler, or caught at a short-finned eel fishing spot within the dungeon. It heals 200 to 1000 life points depending on your Constitution level when cooked, and the level at which it stops burning depends on the tier of the fire it is cooked on. They are also used as a secondary ingredient in creating level 49 Brave skinweaver pouches. The minimum Constitution level to receive the full amount of healing from this food is 40.

Enter your Constitution level name=skillstat_Constitution_level|type=int|value=1|range=9,99|size=4|sublist=calchealing

let(base,40) let(hp,skillstat_Constitution_level) if(hp < base){




} let(healing,"This will heal " + heal + " life points at level "+hp+".")

Like all other fish within Daemonheim, members can also use it as an ingredient in cooked potato.

Drop sourcesEdit

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here.
Source Combat level Quantity Rarity
Dungeon spider2; 6; 9; 19; 25; 35; 47; 59; 741Common
Iron dragon (Daemonheim)84; 89; 98; 114; 1381–5Common
Tools/utensils None
Ingredients Raw short-finned eel
Cooking level 40
Burn level Varies
Cooking experience 103
Range-only No
Instructions Use raw short-finned eel with fire or range.
Servings 1


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