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Potter's wheel: Misc



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A Potter's wheel is used to mould soft clay, obtainable by mixing water and clay, into other objects. With the relevant Crafting level the player makes unfired versions of clay items, gaining Crafting experience. The player sits down, operates the pedals with their feet and uses their hands to shape the malleable clay. The unfired items produced in this way can then be further refined by placement in a Potter's oven. Non-Members can make unfired Bowls, Pie dishes, and Pots while Members can create Pot lids and Plant pots. The following table shows potter's wheel locations, which are labelled with a potter's wheel File:Potters_wheel_icon.png icon on the player's Map.

Potter's wheel location Non-Members
Barbarian Village Located a short distance from Varrock and Edgeville, though quite distant to water sources and clay mines. The nearest clay mine would be south-west of Varrock, and the nearest water source would be in the Grand Exchange itself.
Crafting Guild Probably the best location, as the wheel is only a room away from clay mines and water sources.
Draynor Village Located just north of Draynor Village, this is the closest potter's wheel to a bank in the Free world.
Members Only
East Ardougne This wheel is located near a water source and bank, though quite far from clay rocks.
Rellekka Usable after completing the quest The Fremennik Trials. A bank is a long walk away, but the wheel is located near clay mines and a water source.
Exam Centre Very distant to banks and clay mines, though has a northern water source.
Sophanem Rarely-used due to isolated location; players must also have started Icthlarin's Little Helper. Several nearby water sources are available, although to use Sophanem's bank players must have completed the Contact! quest.
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