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{{External|os}}
| name = Magic roots
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{{Item
| AKA = Magic root
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|name = Magic roots
| image = [[File:Magic_roots.png]]
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|image = [[File:Magic roots.png]]
| members = Yes
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|release = [[11 July]] [[2005]]
| quest = No
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|update = Farming
|tradeable = Yes
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|members = Yes
| equipable = No
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|quest = No
| stackable = No
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|tradeable = Yes
| high = 0
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|equipable = No
| low = 0
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|stackable = No
| destroy = Drop
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|noteable = Yes
| store = 0
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|disassembly = Yes
| exchange = GEMW
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|value = 1
| examine = The roots of a magic tree.
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|destroy = Drop
| weight = 0
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|kept = reclaimable
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|store = No
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|exchange = GEMW
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|examine = The roots of the Magic tree.
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|weight = 0.001
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|id = 6051
 
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The root of the [[Magic tree]] is obtained with the [[Farming]] skill. Level 75 farmers may plant a [[magic seed]] in a [[Tree patch]], and once the tree has grown, the farmer may use an axe to chop the tree down to a stump. As with all player-grown trees, if you do not use a spade to dig up the roots, the tree will re-spawn and can be cut down again. The farmer may then use a [[spade]] on the stump to dig up the tree roots, clearing the patch for another tree, and putting the '''Magic root''' into the farmer's inventory.
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[[File:Magic roots detail.png|left|100px]]
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'''Magic roots''' are the roots of the [[magic tree]]. Players with level 75 [[Farming]] can plant a [[magic seed]] in a [[tree patch]] and chop the tree down to a stump after it has grown. The player may then use a spade on the stump to dig up the tree roots, clearing the patch for another tree and putting the magic root into the player's [[inventory]]. If the roots are not immediately dug up, the tree will respawn and it may be cut down again.
   
As with all tree roots, the magic root may be used in a [[compost bin]] to make supercompost.
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As with all tree roots, magic roots may be used in a [[compost bin]] to make [[supercompost]]. However, magic roots may be spun into [[magic string]] (instead of crossbow string like other roots) by using the magic roots on a [[spinning wheel]], with level 19 [[Crafting]]. Magic roots are also a component in the [[Herblore]] skill to make [[antipoison++]].
 
However, magic tree roots may be spun into [[magic string]] (instead of crossbow string like other roots), which is a component to make an [[Amulet of nature]].
 
 
Magic tree roots are also a component in the [[Herblore]] skill to make [[Super strong anti-poison potion]]s.
 
   
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==Disassembly==
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{{Disassembly
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|level = 1
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|category = Food
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}}
   
{{Tree roots}}The fact that Magic Roots are the only roots not currently used in the Fletching skill may be evidence that a Dragon Crossbow will be released in the future, for which Magic Roots would have to be used for the Crossbow String.
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{{Farming produce}}
[[Category:Farming]]
 
[[Category:Herblore]]
 
[[Category:Herblore items]]
 
 
[[Category:Crafting]]
 
[[Category:Crafting]]
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[[Category:Herblore secondaries]]
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[[Category:Sign of the porter items]]

Latest revision as of 23:18, April 8, 2019

Magic roots detail

Magic roots are the roots of the magic tree. Players with level 75 Farming can plant a magic seed in a tree patch and chop the tree down to a stump after it has grown. The player may then use a spade on the stump to dig up the tree roots, clearing the patch for another tree and putting the magic root into the player's inventory. If the roots are not immediately dug up, the tree will respawn and it may be cut down again.

As with all tree roots, magic roots may be used in a compost bin to make supercompost. However, magic roots may be spun into magic string (instead of crossbow string like other roots) by using the magic roots on a spinning wheel, with level 19 Crafting. Magic roots are also a component in the Herblore skill to make antipoison++.

DisassemblyEdit

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