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A sand pit

A Sand pit is a piece of interactive scenery which players can extract sand from, using buckets. The sand extracted is mostly used in glassblowing to train Crafting skill. Sand pits are located in Dorgesh-Kaan, Entrana, Yanille, Rellekka and in Zanaris.

Molten glass that can be blown with a glassblowing pipe, and is made by using soda ash and a bucket of sand with a furnace. Buckets of sand can be obtained simply by using an empty bucket with a sand pit. Soda ash can be obtained by burning seaweed on a range but not a fire.

A sand pit is marked on the world map by the "File:Sand_pit_icon.png" icon.

If the player has completed The Hand in the Sand Quest then the player can get Bert to deliver 84 buckets of sand directly to the player's bank account daily.

The nearest bank to a sand pit is in west Zanaris (about 4 minimap lengths) and east Yanille (5 minimap lengths). The bank in north Dorgesh-Kaan is ?? minimap lengths. In Relekka you may use Sea Boots to bank at Peer The Seer. There are no banks in Entrana.

After the Enlightened Journey quest, the player can use the hot air balloon for quick access to Entrana from Castle Wars, where they may fill their buckets with sand from the sandpit, and quickly return to the Castle Wars bank via a Ring of duelling for considerably shorter runs to and from the Entrana sandpit.

There's a strange sand-like object on the Hobgoblin Peninsula and near Shilo Village. Sand can be obtained from here by using a bucket on it.

In the Enlightened Journey quest the player needs a sandbag. It can be obtained by using a sack with a sandpit.

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