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Grifolaroos are monsters found in the Polypore Dungeon. They are the third strongest monster there, requiring a Slayer level of 82 to be killed, and 60 Magic to receive as a Slayer task. They are the weakest monster to drop grifolic flakes, which can be made into the grifolic armour set. They are also the only monster that can drop grifolic gloves and grifolic orbs.

Strategy

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All ranged and melee hits done to all monsters in the Polypore Dungeon, including Grifolaroos, are heavily capped (including Dwarf multicannon) to 40 damage per hit. As such using magic is highly recommended.

Drops

100% drop

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
BonesBones1Always182
Neem drupeNeem drupe1–3AlwaysNot sold

Charms

No charmGold charmGreen charmCrimson charmBlue charm
81–82%4%2–3%11–12%0.7–1%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 11,414 kills.
1 charm is dropped at a time.
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Weapons and armour

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Grifolic glovesGrifolic gloves1Uncommon3,089
Grifolic orbGrifolic orb1Uncommon29,087

Runes

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Death runeDeath rune4–10Uncommon456–1,140
Chaos runeChaos rune5–60Uncommon580–6,960

Seeds

Note: Seeds are most commonly dropped two at a time. (E.G. A limpwurt and a white berry seed in a single drop.)

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Harralander seed 5Harralander seed1Uncommon122
Avantoe seed 5Avantoe seed1Uncommon380
Tarromin seed 5Tarromin seed1Uncommon74
Kwuarm seed 5Kwuarm seed1Uncommon10,660
Marrentill seed 5Marrentill seed1Uncommon119
Bittercap mushroom spore 5Bittercap mushroom spore1Uncommon1,693
Morchella mushroom spore 5Morchella mushroom spore3Uncommon141
Toadflax seed 5Toadflax seed1Uncommon2,126
Cadantine seed 5Cadantine seed1Uncommon1,036
Watermelon seed 5Watermelon seed1Uncommon2,159
Limpwurt seed 5Limpwurt seed1Uncommon710
Whiteberry seed 5Whiteberry seed1Uncommon57
Poison ivy seed 5Poison ivy seed1Uncommon75
Spirit weed seed 5Spirit weed seed1Uncommon4,741
Belladonna seed 5Belladonna seed1Uncommon820
Strawberry seed 5Strawberry seed1Uncommon282
Jangerberry seed 5Jangerberry seed1Uncommon22
Wildblood seed 5Wildblood seed1Uncommon42
Ranarr seed 5Ranarr seed1Uncommon811
Lantadyme seed 5Lantadyme seed1Rare603
Torstol seed 5Torstol seed1Rare1,291
Snapdragon seed 5Snapdragon seed1Rare316
Dwarf weed seed 5Dwarf weed seed1Rare450

Other drops

(They also drop herbs.)
Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Polypore spore 5Polypore spore1–500Common3–1,500
Gorajian mushroomGorajian mushroom(noted)Common11,766
Grifolic flake 5Grifolic flake1–112Uncommon288–32,256
Snape grassSnape grass10–20 (noted)Uncommon1,170–2,340
Spirit sapphireSpirit sapphire1RareNot sold
Spirit emeraldSpirit emerald1RareNot sold
Spirit rubySpirit ruby1RareNot sold
Starved ancient effigyStarved ancient effigy1Very rareNot sold

Universal drops

Universal drops are dropped by nearly every monster outside of Daemonheim.
These drops are dropped alongside main drops.
Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Key tokenKey token1RareNot sold
Mimic kill tokenMimic kill token1Very rare9,410


Trivia

  • The skull of the grifolaroo resembles that of the old Slayer icon, which is depicted as an animal skull.
  • The description seems to hint that the name "grifolaroo" is a reference to kangaroos.
  • The name also sounds similar to (The) 'Gruffalo' which, in the book, has 'purple prickles all over his back', a feature that is shared with a grifolaroo that also has spines, or prickles, that the monster uses to attack the player (although these are yellow in colour).
  • Occasionally while fighting the grifolaroo, it will say "Hup!". It is the only monster along with the grifolapine to have a dialogue in Polypore Dungeon other than the "Ssss!" and "Krrr!".
  • There is a glitch where if the grifolaroo says "Hup!" and soon gets its cover back and you click on your neem oil, you spray the neem oil on another monster instead rather than the monster you are targeting. This also affects attacking too.
  • If a player manages to deal a killing blow on a grifolaroo when it says "Hup!" the death animation will not be seen. This also is similar to landing a killing blow on an abyssal demon during the teleportation phase.
  • It is possible for a grifolaroo to jump into an area inaccessible to players, making it impossible to collect your drops unless players bring runes for the Telegrab spell.
  • The examine text resembles that of a zygomite: "A bouncy fungus" versus "a bouncy creature covered in...fungus".
  • As of 1 February 2018, the highest kill count for these monsters was 259,437 kills[1], shared with all polypore creatures.
    • This had increased to 351,360 by 6 May 2018.[2]

References

  1. ^ Mod Shauny. Top 10 killers per Boss. 2 Feb 2018. "Here are the top 10 kills for each Slayer creature in RuneScape, be aware that we've not listed display names for privacy purposes however if you wish to brag about one number being yours then we won't stop you!"*
  2. ^ Mod Shauny. Top Slayer Killers - 6th May 2018. 6 May 2018. "Here are the top 10 kills for each Slayer creature in RuneScape, be aware that we've not listed display names for privacy purposes however if you wish to brag about one number being yours then we won't stop you!"*
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