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Trees are found in growing all over Runescape Classic and are growing in and around almost every city. The tree is the first type that a player can cut down when they begin the game using the woodcutting skill. Unhealthy-looking trees Dead tree can be found from Draynor Manor, Barbarian Village and Wilderness. To chop unhealthy trees the player must right-click and choose Chop, where as "healthy" looking trees first option is to chop.

Woodcutting info[edit | edit source]

Level required 1
Woodcutting XP 24 xp
Fatigue 0.512%
Required tool Axe
Respawn time 40-50 seconds
Item Quantity Rarity

Uses of the normal tree[edit | edit source]

The normal tree is the only tree which gives Logs you can burn with the firemaking skill. Although the player can cut down oak trees, willow trees, maple trees, etc., they cannot burn any of the corresponding logs, however the experience you get when you burn the logs from a normal tree increases as your Firemaking level also increases.

They are also used in fletching for making normal shortbows and longbows, granting 10 Fletching experience for a completed shortbow and 20 Fletching experience for a completed longbow. The logs are also used to make arrow shafts, which awards 5 Fletching experience per log.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Prior to a silent update on 23 April 2002, the dead variant of Tree gave 50 Woodcutting experience instead of 25.[1]
  • There are 5672 trees in RuneScape Classic:
    • 1318 Trees with pointy tops
    • 1215 Trees with rounded tops
    • 3139 Unhealthy trees (primarily in the wilderness)

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Small update" ("Dead Trees" nerfed)