|Release date||22 February 2010 (Update)|
|Experience||227 when caught in Puro-Puro
321 everywhere else
|Location||Puro-Puro and throughout Gielinor|
|Trap||Butterfly net or magic butterfly net|
|Examine||An impling that likes spirit creatures.|
The Spirit impling is involved in the Hunter skill. It can be caught in the Impetuous Impulses minigame featuring the impling plane of Puro-Puro and flying around in Gielinor. Catching a Spirit impling grants 227 experience if caught in Puro-Puro, or 321 experience if caught in RuneScape.
In Puro-Puro, a net and empty jars are required to catch any implings.
In Gielinor, they can also be caught barehanded or while wielding any item, with or without an empty impling jar. Without an empty jar player will immediately receive the loot from the impling, instead of the impling itself.
Once these requirements have been met the player simply needs to click on the impling, and the character will attempt to catch it, though there is a chance of failure, in which case the character will continue trying to do so until it is caught. Bind, Snare or Entangle could be cast on implings to prevent them from moving for different periods of time.
Upon jarring the impling, the player can either trade with Elnock Inquisitor or can free the impling from the spirit impling jar, which will leave an item behind. The player can also trade 3 impling jars for one spirit impling.
Charms are automatically looted from the spirit impling, and will not result in a spirit impling jar. If the player has no inventory space and catches a spirit impling that gives charms, the empty impling jar would be automatically dropped.
|Gold charm||6||Common||Not sold|
|Green charm||2–3||Common||Not sold|
|Crimson charm||2||Common||Not sold|
|Blue charm||1||Common||Not sold|
|Bronze bar||6 (noted)||Unknown||3,858|
|Steel bar||2 (noted)||Unknown||1,496|
|Steel platebody||2 (noted)||Unknown||3,912|
|Bronze claw||6; 9||Unknown||6,000–9,000|
|Gold ring||8–10 (noted)||Unknown||8,224–10,280|
|Raw rat meat||25 (noted)||Unknown||26,500|
|Raw chicken||12; 15 (noted)||Unknown||9,648–12,060|
|Raw bird meat||7 (noted)||Unknown||3,850|
|Raw rabbit||6 (noted)||Unknown||3,276|
|Wolf bones||3 (noted)||Unknown||5,229|
|Swamp toad||5 (noted)||Unknown||1,415|
|Pot of flour||14–17 (noted)||Unknown||3,164–3,842|
|Evil turnip seed||1–4||Unknown||33–132|
|Carved evil turnip||1||Unknown||3,204|
|Willow logs||32–65 (noted)||Unknown||3,552–7,215|
|Willow branch||2 (noted)||Unknown||2,900|
|Bagged plant 1||2||Unknown||3,326|
|Ruby harvest||2 (noted)||Unknown||3,510|
|Granite (500g)||5 (noted)||Unknown||3,825|
|Air talisman||4 (noted)||Unknown||1,384|
|Water orb||2 (noted)||Unknown||9,248|
|Goat horn dust||2 (noted)||Unknown||2,192|
|Polar kebbit fur||1||Unknown||4,633|
- Spirit implings which carry charms are automatically opened on capture, which means that any Spirit Implings bought off other players or from the Grand Exchange will not contain charms. This prevents the 'purchasing' of summoning experience.
- Most implings say 'Tee hee!' at random times, however, this impling states 'Wheee!' or "*Sigh*" instead.