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This article is about the item used primarily in Herblore. For other uses, see Vial (disambiguation).
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Vial detail

A Vial is a glass container that players generally use in Herblore to make and store potions. They can fill a Vial of water by using it on a water source (all the vials in their inventory will fill automatically). Players can also use the lunar spell Humidify to fill vials with water.

The ability to throw away vials when finishing a potion can be toggled with Bob Barter (herbs). This ability may also be toggled in Gameplay Settings under the "Miscellaneous Settings" tab.

Obtaining vials for freeEdit

MembersEdit

Two vials spawn in Frincos's Fabulous Herb Store in south-west Entrana as well as a house in Mort'ton. The respawn rate is two every two minutes. A vial is also obtained through the Swept Away quest.

Non-membersEdit

Even though vials are mostly used in Herblore (a members-only skill), they are not a members-only item. The apothecary can make a strength potion to any player who supplies him with a limpwurt root and red spiders' eggs, and pays him 5 coins. The player can empty this vial or drink all the doses of the potion to obtain an empty vial. However, the potion itself is worth more than the empty vial.

Before it was removed, players could obtain a good number of vials simply by waiting outside Bounty Hunter, as player-killers used potions and then dropped the vials because they could not be taken into the craters.

Vials were also an incredibly common low value drop in PVP worlds and many can be collected in a short period of time.

One vial of water can be obtained in between Taverley and Burthorpe by talking to the Herblore Trainer there, which may be emptied for a free vial.

Making vialsEdit

Using the Crafting skill, members can make their own vials. This requires a glassblowing pipe, and molten glass. 33 Crafting is required to make the vial.

Since the introduction of vial sets, the price of vials dropped from 181 gp to 1 gp because vials are now easier to buy, this made it harder for people casting the lunar spell humidify to make money via magic.

ProductsEdit

Item Skill Materials
Augmentation dissolver Augmentation dissolver16 Invention
Coconut milk Coconut milk1 Herblore
Equipment dissolver Equipment dissolver16 Invention
Gizmo dissolver Gizmo dissolver8 Invention

Store locationsEdit

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Seller Cost Currency Base stock Members?
Frincos's Fabulous Herb Store5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
Grud's Herblore Stall5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
Gunslik's Assorted Items5Coins 5Coins 300Yes
Jatix's Herblore Shop5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
Jiminua's Jungle Store5Coins 5Coins 300Yes
The Lighthouse Store5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
Meilyr Clan Store5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
Moon Clan General Store5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
New Varrock General Store5Zemomark10Yes
Obli's General Store5Coins 5Coins 10Yes
Poletax's Herblore Shop5Coins 5Coins 10No
Polypore Dungeon Supplies5Coins 5Coins 20Yes
Sigmund the Merchant5Coins 5Coins 10Yes

Dropping monstersEdit

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Source Combat level Quantity Rarity
BorrokarN/A1Common
Druid (historical)331Common
Druidess (historical)331Unknown
FreidirN/A1Common
Giant spiderN/A1Rare
LanzigN/A1Common
Lensa (Rellekka)N/A1Uncommon
Serum 207N/A1Common
Werewolf (human)N/A1Uncommon

DisassemblyEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • In real life a vial would be cylindrical, whereas in RuneScape it has a wide bottom and tapered top. This makes it more like an Erlenmeyer flask.
  • Vials with nothing in them used to be named empty vial.

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