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Apothecary
Apothecary
Release date Unknown edit
Race Human
Members NPC? No
Quest NPC? Yes - Romeo & Juliet - Tail of Two Cats - One Small Favour - Forgettable Tale of a Drunken Dwarf - Ratcatchers
Location Varrock
Sells items? Yes
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? No
Gender Male
Examine A dealer in potions.
Notable features See article


The Apothecary (real name: Ingald Belger) is a non-player character who runs an Apothecary (potions store) in southern Varrock. His store is represented on the minimap with the Apothecary icon icon. He claims he is 'quite the expert' on poisons, and appears to know of Pox, for whom he has great fondness still for. The Apothecary possessed an airtight pot which he claimed was a family heirloom.

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Getting There

Starting from the centre of Varrock Square walk south past Thessalia's Fine Clothes. Turn west and look for the Apothecary icon icon on your minimap.
Apothecary location in Varrock city.

Potions

The Apothecary makes potions for players if they provide him with ingredients:

Strength Potion

Cadava Potion

Spot Cream Potion

Trivia

  • If you ask if he can make a potion that could make hair fall out, he said that he was kicked out of his family for giving that potion to his mother.
  • If you look closely at one of the jars on the cabinet you can see a sea slug in one of the jars.
  • The chart in his shop represents the Periodic Table of the Elements.
  • Before you finish the Romeo & Juliet quest, he tells you a little about them.
  • His hair looks similar to an afro wig from Party Pete.
  • Apparently, he can make Strength potions out of a limpwurt root and red spiders' eggs. However, players can't make one using those ingredients (you need Tarromin instead of the eggs) He can also make a bunch of other potions that players can't create with their Herblore.

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