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Ready to bring some funky looking monsters into the world of RuneScape? After completing the Tower of Life quest, you gain the ability to create a whole new set of monsters.
To make these creatures you must make your way to the dungeon of the Tower of Life, which is just south of East Ardougne.
To create a creature, you must first speak with the Homunculus who will teach you how to use the altars located in the dungeon. Each different altar has the capability to generate only one specific type of creature. Once created, you are able to then kill these creatures for their loot, which consists of: a tea flask, one item (used in its creation) or one of a variety of colored satchels.
Before creating your creature, make sure you have enough food and sufficient weapons and armour to be able to fend off the monster, as it will attack you the moment it steps out of the altar.
Follow these steps to create your very own bi-creature:
- Find the appropriate altar.
- Place both of the items into the fountain (the order doesn't matter).
- When it appears it will automatically attack you - go ahead and kill it.
The new satchels can be very useful when training, but they're not that fast if you are getting hit hard. You may store one cake, one banana, and one sandwich. All together, this will heal 180 life points. However, if you slice the banana before you eat it, you will heal one more hitpoint from the banana. Also players wanting to store more tea can store their tea in the new tea flasks, which hold 5 drinks of regular tea.
|Black Satchel||Swordchick||One cake, banana, and sandwich|
|Gold Satchel||Jubster||One cake, banana, and sandwich|
|Green Satchel||Unicow||One cake, banana, and sandwich|
|Plain Satchel||Frogeel||One cake, banana, and sandwich|
|Red Satchel||Spidine||One cake, banana, and sandwich|
|Rune Satchel||Newtroost||One cake, banana, and sandwich|
|Teaflask||Any Creation||Can hold 5 servings of a regular tea|
A: From Jubbly birds - you must have completed Recipe for Disaster sub-quest 6.
A: All tea flasks, filled and unfilled satchels are not tradable.