Welcome, adventurers, to another exploration of Old School RuneScape tasks. Today, we embark on a horticultural journey as we delve into the intricacies of the "Plant an Anima Seed" task in Kourend. Let's unearth the secrets behind anima seeds and the cultivation of their magical benefits.
Anima seeds are unique, untradeable seeds that grace your inventory upon defeating the mighty Hespori within the Farming Guild. These seeds, imbued with mystical properties, hold the key to enhancing your farming endeavors in ways beyond the ordinary. To embark on the "Plant an Anima Seed" task, you must first acquire one of these precious seeds.
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Before you can wield the power of anima seeds, you must hone your farming skills. The task demands a Farming level of 76, setting a standard for those seeking the rewards hidden within the seeds. With this requirement met, you're ready to delve into the art of planting anima seeds.
Anima seeds come in three distinct varieties, each with its own unique benefit. To sow these seeds, you'll need to navigate to the anima patch within the intermediate tier of the Farming Guild. Here are the three types of anima seeds:
Attas Seed: Enhances the yield of farming patches.
Iasor Seed: Reduces the chance of farming patches becoming diseased.
Kronos Seed: Grants a chance for farming patches of the same type to skip a growth stage simultaneously.
With your chosen anima seed in hand and the required Farming level, it's time to plant the seed in the designated anima patch. The magic takes effect immediately, influencing the farming patches within its reach. The benefits persist for approximately 3.5 days, equating to 8 cycles of 640 minutes each.