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For the wolpertinger featured in the Wolf Whistle quest, see Giant wolpertinger.
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Wolpertingers are level 92 Summoning familiars which are part-rabbit, part-wolf. They grant an invisible +5 Hunter level boost. Wolpertingers also double the experience and yield when berries are being harvested from bushes in the Farming skill. Their Magic Focus special attack gives a +7 boost to Magic, roughly that of a Magic potion. Their size is also favoured over an arctic bear familiar if hunters do not mind the loss of the extra +2 boost.

During the Wolf Whistle quest, the player summons a Giant wolpertinger.

Prior to the Evolution of Combat, the Wolpertinger had a passive effect which increased magic defence by 5%. This was not adapted, and was simply removed.[1]

Wolpertinger pouch

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Wolpertinger pouch is made by using a Summoning pouch on a Summoning obelisk with 203 spirit shards, a Crimson charm, a raw rabbit, and a set of wolf bones in the inventory. Making the pouch earns 404.8 experience points. Using the pouch to summon a Wolpertinger gains 4.6 experience points, and costs 10 Summoning points. This is one of only two pouches that requires 2 tertiary components, the other being an Ice titan pouch.

Magic focus scroll

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Magic focus scroll enables the use of the Magic Focus special move for a Wolpertinger. Using the pouch on a Summoning obelisk creates 10 scrolls.

Magic Focus

Magic Focus is the special move for Wolpertingers, which will boost the player's Magic level by 7.

Trivia

  • The familiar's examine text, "It's just a harmless wee rabbit" is a reference to the scene in the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, when Tim warns them about the killer-rabbit. "Wee" also means small in Gaelic and doric, the language traditionally and dialect modernly spoken in Scotland.
  • A wolpertinger is a small fictional mammal found of Bavarian folklore.
  • Wolpertingers used magical attacks prior to the Evolution of Combat.
  • There is currently a glitch where a player's Wolpertinger appears a quarter of the size it normally is.

References

  1. ^ RuneScape YouTube channel. RuneScape Developer Q&A - Combat Council. 18 November 2015.*
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