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What brings you to our holy monument?1,131
Excellent. Go to the village south of this place and speak to my fellow druid, Sanfew, who is working on the purification ritual. He knows what is required to complete it.1,104
Hmm. I think I may have a worthwhile quest for you actually. I don't know if you are familiar with the stone circle south of Varrock or not, but...1,102
I have word from Sanfew that you have been very helpful in assisting him with his preparations for the purification ritual. As promised I will now teach you the ancient arts of Herblore.1,098
Herblore is the skill of working with herbs and other ingredients, to make useful potions and poison.924
That used to be OUR stone circle. Unfortunately, many many years ago, dark wizards cast a wicked spell upon it so that they could corrupt its power for their own evil ends.818
Then you must gather the herbs needed to make the potion you want.803
Bear in mind, you must first clean each herb before you can use it.783
Herbs can be found on the ground, and are also dropped by some monsters when you kill them.775
Mix these in your water-filled vial, and you will produce an Attack potion. Drink this potion to increase your Attack level.764
You must fill your vial with water and add the ingredients you need. There are normally 2 ingredients to each type of potion.724
When they cursed the rocks for their rituals they made them useless to us and our magics. We require a brave adventurer to go on a quest for us to help purify the circle of Varrock.718
You may also have to grind some ingredients before you can use them. You will need a pestle and mortar in order to do this.713
Let's try an example Attack potion: The first ingredient is Guam leaf; the next is Eye of Newt.711
Different potions also require different Herblore levels before you can make them.708
First you will need a vial, which can be found or made with the crafting skill.694
Hello again. How is the Herblore going?231
Most certainly; the Nardah Herbalist will recognize this cape and create unfinished potions for you and it may be searched for a pestle and mortar.142
Good luck to you, %USERNAME%.134
It has been a pleasure to watch you grow as a herbalist. I am privileged to have been instrumental in your learning, but I must ask for a donation of 99,000 coins to cover the expense of the cape.118
Hello again, adventurer. You will need to speak to my fellow druid Sanfew in the village south of here to continue in your quest.106
We druids value wisdom over wealth, so if you expect material gain, you will be disappointed. We are, however, very skilled in the art of Herblore, which we will share with you60
if you can assist us in this task. You may find such wisdom a greater reward than mere money.56
We are the druids of Guthix. We worship our god at our famous stone circles. You will find them located throughout these lands.19
That is good to hear.18
What, personally? No, of course I didn't. However, our forefathers did. The first Druids of Guthix built many stone circles across these lands over eight hundred years ago.16
Persistence is key to success.15
To earn the right to wear any skillcape you need to have mastered that skill to the highest level possible and it is no different for Herblore.12
With the cape equipped the Nardah Herbalist will create unfinished potions for you and you may search the cape for a pestle and mortar. When you have achieved a level of 99, come back and talk to me again.12
Unfortunately we only know of two remaining, and of those only one is usable by us anymore.12
Most certainly, and free of charge!9
Goodbye adventurer. I feel we shall meet again.5
Most certainly, but I must ask for a donation of 99,000 coins to cover the expense of the cape.2
Unfortunately all Skillcapes are only available with a free hood; it's part of a skill promotion deal - buy one get one free, you know. So you'll need to free up some inventory space before I can sell you one.2
Guthix is the oldest and most powerful god in Gielinor. His existence is vital to this world. He is the god of balance, and nature; he is also a very part of this world.1
He exists in the trees, and the flowers, the water and the rocks. He is everywhere. His purpose is to ensure balance in everything in this world, and as such we worship him.1
Some day when your mind achieves enlightenment you will see the true beauty of his power.1
Indeed I will...1
Good luck with your Herblore practices, and a good day to you.1