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Use a Noose Wand in RuneScape


  The RuneScape Hunter skill is a member skill that requires you to hunt and catch a variety of animals. Catching an animal requires you to use a special type of equipment and learning to use the equipment requires you to have a specific Hunter level. After catching an animal, you receive a "Drop" that generally includes bones, meat and animal fur. To catch a Kebbit you must use a Noose Wand, which requires you to track and attack the animal.

  Travel to an area designated for hunting, including the Woodland Hunting Area south the Piscatoris Fishing Colony or the Snow Hunting Area northeast of Rellekka. Equip the Noose Wand.

  Right-click a Barrow and click "Inspect Barrow."Follow the tracks that appear. When the tracks end, search the bushes all around the area. Another set of tracks will appear when you search the correct bush.Click "Attack" when "It looks like there might be something hiding in this bush" appears on your chat screen. Your character will noose the Kebbit using the Noose Wand.

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