|Release||25 March 2002 (Update)|
|High alch||24 coins|
|Low alch||16 coins|
|Exchange||23 coins (info)|
|Logs cut from a willow tree.|
Willow logs can be burned using the Firemaking skill and a tinderbox. This requires level 30 Firemaking, and grants 90 Firemaking experience per log, or 105 if adding willow logs to a bonfire. (135 experience if using a Firemaking ring.) In addition, members trained in the art of barbarian firemaking can light willow log fires with a bow instead of a tinderbox at level 35, also yielding 90 experience per log. They can also create pyre ships from willow logs at level 40 along with level 40 Crafting with a tinderbox or bow, a hatchet, and chewed bones or mangled bones, giving 22.5 Crafting experience and 90 Firemaking experience.
Willows can be a very cost-effective way of getting to 99 Firemaking. It takes no more than 118,105 willows to get from 30-99 Firemaking when burning them on a bonfire to which five or more players are contributing. This adds up to just 2,716,415, however this process is very time consuming, so most players tend to avoid it.
Members may also use the Fletching skill and a knife to carve willow logs into unstrung willow shortbows, unstrung willow shieldbows, or willow stocks. This requires levels 35, 39, and 40 Fletching, and grants 33.3, 41.5, and 22 Fletching experience, respectively. Willow logs are also the tertiary ingredient for infusing beaver pouches. They can also be used to travel to Varrock using the balloon transport system.
Another way to make profit with willow Logs is using the High Level Alchemy feature on the explorer's ring 4, giving 24 coins and 65 Magic experience. This would be a surplus of 1 coins per log, assuming they were bought. This method is not recommended as many items give much more profit when alched.
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||67.0%|
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|Barrel (Viyeldi caves)||N/A||1–2||Rare|
|Black key black||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Black key brown||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Black key crimson||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Black key purple||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Black key red||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|New Varrock guard||56; 90||2||Common|
|New Varrock guard captain||104||1||Uncommon|
|Serum 208 flask||N/A||2–5||Uncommon|
|Steel key black||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Steel key brown||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Steel key crimson||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Steel key purple||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Steel key red||N/A||Unknown||Uncommon|
|Vampyre Juvinate||58; 61; 63; 84||5||Uncommon|
|Zombie (New Varrock)||1||2||Uncommon|
Before the creation of the Grand Exchange, they used to sell for 20-30 coins each. However, since they require such a low level to cut, there was an oversupply, which is why they rest at the much lower (30%) price they do today. This used to make them very hard to sell on the Grand Exchange, but now there is a great demand for them for people training Firemaking and Fletching. Willow logs used to be about 30gp in 2009 summer. Then they suddenly fell to a price of 6gp. It gradually began getting higher and higher again until Free Trade was reintroduced when the price crashed back down to around 8gp. It has since stabilised at the higher price of 23gp each, likely due to the introduction of the bonfire Firemaking training method, which led to the increased demand of a majority of log types.
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