Brine rats are Slayer monsters requiring 47 Slayer level to fight, from which you have a chance to obtain the brine sabre and other drops. Here is a brine rats guide to help you learn its basics, fight strategies and rewards.
Where can you find brine rats OSRS?
Brine rats are Slayer monsters which can be found in the Brine Rat Cavern near Rellekka. They are notable for being the only monsters to drop the Brine sabre. A Slayer level of 47 is required to fight them, and a spade is required to access the cavern.
Brine rats OSRS can be assigned by Turael, Vannaka, Chaeldar, Konar quo Maten and Nieve. They are only assigned to players who have progressed in Olaf’s Quest to the point where they need to enter the Brine Rat Cavern. Alternatively, they can be killed as an alternative for a rat slayer assignment provided the player has the appropriate Slayer level to do so.
Tips when fighting against OSRS brine rats
1. Brine rats have relatively low defence but fairly high strength and attack. It is recommended to bring food if players do not have high (~70) Defence.
2. Brine rats frequently drop raw swordfish and raw sharks in addition to raw rat meat, so it is advisable to bring a tinderbox and a couple of logs. Alternatively, Olaf has a permanent fire located beside him, so players can collect the unnoted raw fish/rat meat drops and cook them on his fire.
3. A dwarf multicannon is usable in the Brine Rat Cavern.
Brine sabre & other drops from brine rats
Besides some food and runes, you may also gain the brine sabre OSRS from brine rats. The brine sabre is a one-handed weapon that requires 40 Attack to wield. Brine sabres can finish off rockslugs without the use of a bag of salt. It is also one of the only weapons that can be used to kill lobstrosities. It is required for a master clue scroll.
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