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OSRS Jellies Guide

osrs jellies guide

Old School RuneScape (OSRS) is a game known for its diverse array of creatures and monsters, each offering unique challenges and rewards for intrepid adventurers. Among these creatures are the fascinating and often misunderstood Jellies. In this guide, we’ll delve into the world of Jellies, offering insights into where to find them, how to defeat them, and the potential loot they can yield.

Jellies Gear Setup

melee gear setup
  • Weapon: A good melee weapon like a whip or a dragon scimitar works well for Jellies.
  • Armor: Wear armor with decent melee defensive stats to reduce the damage you take. Dragonhide armor or Barrows equipment are good options.
  • Food: Bring some food for healing, such as sharks, lobsters, or monkfish.
  • Spiked or Leaf-Bladed Spear: These are effective against Turoth and Kurask Jellies and provide a damage boost.


  • Slayer level 52 is required to be assigned Jellies as a Slayer task.
  • It’s also recommended to have completed the quest “The Fremennik Trials” to access the Fremennik Slayer Dungeon.

Killing Jellies:

  1. Accept Your Slayer Task:
    • Ensure you have an active task from your Slayer master that involves killing Jellies.
  2. Choose Your Location:
  3. Engage in Combat:
    • Attack the Jellies using your chosen melee weapon. Protect from Melee prayer can be useful to reduce damage taken.
  4. Looting:
    • Jellies drop various items, including herbs, runes, and noted items. Collect any valuable drops and continue hunting Jellies.

Jelly Drops:

Jellies drop various items, such as:

  • Ranarr weed (herb)
  • Snapdragon (herb)
  • Torstol (herb)
  • Runes (chaos, death, blood, etc.)
  • Various seeds
  • Mithril and adamant equipment (noted)
  • Various noted items (like food)

Additional Tips:

  • Consider bringing a herb sack if you have one to store the valuable herbs they drop.
  • Pay attention to your health and food supply while fighting Jellies, as they can deal damage.
  • If you’re assigned Turoth or Kurask Jellies, use the appropriate Slayer items (spiked or leaf-bladed spear) for increased damage.
  • Jellies can be assigned as a Slayer task, so completing the task can earn you Slayer experience and points.

Killing Jellies is a decent way to earn some valuable herbs and other items. The Catacombs of Kourend are often the preferred location due to better drops and multi-combat zones, making it an efficient place for killing them.