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Revision as of 07:53, February 15, 2012

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The Kingly impling jar is the result of successfully catching a Kingly impling (91 Hunter), the rarest and hardest to catch impling in Impetuous Impulses.

As can be done with all Impling jars, the Kingly impling jar can be traded in singularly to Elnock Inquisitor for three empty impling jars. This is not recommended, as Kingly impling jars are worth much more than the empty jars.

The only way to get Royal clothing is to loot this or buying from The Grand Exchange.


Looting a Kingly impling jar can result in getting any of these items. You should be very careful in buying these, as you are almost guaranteed to lose money. This can be seen to be balanced, however, with the chance to make a very large profit when obtaining an uncut onyx.

Item Price Profit (if buying then looting jars)[1][2]
Royal crown 66,441 -144,480
Royal sceptre 57,189 -153,732
Royal leggings 59,504 -151,417
Royal shirt 100,492 -110,429
Royal amulet 57,179 -153,742
233-319 Dragon darts 31,921 to 43,703 -179,000 to -167,218
1-2 Dragon longswords (noted) 56,774 to 113,548 -154,147 to -97,373
40-144 Dragon arrows 9,520 -201,401
64-148 Dragon arrowheads 18,496 to 37,281 -192,425 to -173,640
62-70 Dragon bolt tips 12,524 to 14,140 -198,397 to -196,781
24-34 Uncut diamond (noted) 68,952 to 97,682 -141,969 to -113,239
3 Amulets of glory (noted) 29,451 -181,470
15 Uncut dragonstone (noted) 188,040 -22,881
6 Dragonstone (noted) 51,312 -159,609
1-64 Onyx bolts 7,626 to 449,934 -203,295 to 239,013
10 Rune bar (noted) 20,740 -190,181
2 Crystal key (noted) 50,966 -159,955
Dragon spear 35,890 -175,031
Shield left half 63,874 -147,047
Dragon 2h sword 132,586 -78,335
3 Dragonstone Amulets Script error Script error


  • On the day of release, F2P players could buy both Kingly impling jars and royal crowns in the Grand Exchange. A quick system update rectified this.
  • Interestingly, the "Destroy" option of the jar drops the jar on the ground like a normal item. This is unique to the kingly impling jar, as other implings' destroy options prompt the normal confirmation screen.
  • Some say the reason for the sudden crash of Kingly Implings is due to the large amount of new hunters looking to make money, others say the new resource dungeon was the source of the crash, which caused a panic before its nerf. However, the most plausible reason for the sudden decline in the price of Kingly Implings is thanks to botters targeting the Impetuous Impulses minigame.
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