|Release date||9 August 2005 (Update)|
|High Alch||0 coins|
|Low Alch||0 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||6 coins (info)|
Trading sticks are the main currency of the jungle village of Tai Bwo Wannai. They can be received by doing the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, selling items to the shop inside the wooden fence that you reinforce in Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup, killing monsters, or buying them from other players.
Acquiring trading sticksEdit
There are three ways to get trading sticks. The most common way is doing the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, the next way is selling to the shop within the wooden fence, and lastly trading with other players. In order to begin receiving trading sticks, you must first at least partially repair a fence, then speak to Murcaily.
Tai Bwo Wannai CleanupEdit
During the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, you receive favour. Telling villagers that you’ve done some work, they will exchange your favour and give you trading sticks. After a villager has exchanged with you, the villager will not exchange with you until a variable amount of time. This is the most efficient way to get trading sticks since you also get several skills trained by doing the minigame.
This is the quick way to get trading sticks. If you’ve completed Shilo Village and mine gems or you make a lot of cocktails, it is easy to sell items to Gabooty in Tai Bwo Wannai. He will buy all of the Shilo gems, uncut and cut, and all of the cocktails.
Trading with other playersEdit
Trading sticks are available from other players mainly on the Grand Exchange, though they can also be traded from player-to-player. Their relatively low cost makes this a viable option for obtaining trading sticks.
Spending trading sticksEdit
The Village ShopEdit
The Gabooty's village shop is within the wooden fence of Tai Bwo Wannai village. You can choose to trade for cocktails, villager clothes, gem machetes, tropical gems, and gout tubers, which are normally out of stock. Wearing the villager robes will cause the villagers to give you more trading sticks exchanged to favour.
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