How To Get Looting Bag OSRS

how to get looting bag
By | November 13th, 2022 | Categories: OSRS

OSRS has an enormous number of items for players to collect. Sometimes, inventory management can overwhelm the players when you’re dealing with heaps of gear items, craftable components, and junk you find in the world. So, various sacks like the Looting Bag can be used to store your valuables efficiently.

This guide explains how you can obtain a Looting Bag in OSRS and its usage.

What Is The Looting Bag?

The Looting Bag is an inventory storage item in OSRS. It can be used to store 28 stacks of any item that you possess. However, you can only carry one Looting Bag in your inventory at a time. When you find a tradeable item in the Wilderness, you cannot directly add it to your inventory. You need some kind of sack to store it, which is where the Looting Bag comes into play.

The items that can be stacked in your inventory, like runes, arrows, and noted items, are similarly stacked in the Looting Bag.

How To Get Looting Bag In OSRS?

There are various ways to obtain the Looting Bag in OSRS. Let’s look at some of the most effective ways you can get this item:

  1. Purchasing The Looting Bag

Previously, you could buy a Looting Bag from the Bounty Hunter Store, located north of the Edgeville Bank. However, this store has been closed after a 2021 update.

Now you can purchase the Looting Bag from Justine’s Stuff For The Last Shopper Standing store. It will cost you 1 Last Man Standing point, which is the reward currency you get by playing the PvP minigame by the same name.

Finally, as this item is tradeable, you can purchase a Looting Bag note from The Great Exchange or other players. Then you can exchange this note at any bank for a Looting Bag.

  1. Farming The Looting Bag Drop

The best way of obtaining the Looting Bag is by farming it from the monsters. It can be dropped by any monsters you find in the Wilderness, except for Abyssal Demons and Aviansies. However, you cannot pick the Looting Bag using a Telekinetic Grab. To obtain it, you can also kill various NPCs, who act as double agents in Treasure Trails.

The Looting Bag actually has a high drop rate, although it may depend on the monster’s combat level. It starts off as a 1/15 drop rate from monsters with a combat level of 10 or below, while the ones with a combat level of 50 or higher have a 1/3 drop rate of Looting Bag.

Killing the Thugs and the Druids found in the Edgeville Wilderness Dungeon is one of the best farming methods for the Looting Bag. Below is a list of other monsters that can be killed to farm it with a 1/3 drop rate.

  • Ancient Wizard
  • Ankou
  • Armadylean guard
  • Bandit
  • Bandosian guard
  • Battle mage
  • Black demon
  • Black dragon
  • Bloodveld
  • Brassican Mage
  • Callisto
  • Chaos Elemental
  • Chaos Fanatic
  • Chaos dwarf
  • Chronozon
  • Crazy archaeologist
  • Dark warrior
  • Derwen
  • Earth warrior
  • Elder Chaos druid
  • Feral Vampyre
  • Fire giant
  • Flaming pyrelord
  • Gorak Regular
  • Greater Skeleton Hellhound
  • Greater demon
  • Green dragon
  • Hellhound
  • Hobgoblin 
  • Ice giant
  • Ice spider
  • Ice warrior
  • Justiciar Zachariah
  • Knight of Saradomin
  • Lava dragon
  • Lesser demon
  • Magic axe
  • Mammoth
  • Moss giant Regular
  • Ogre
  • Ork
  • Poison spide
  • Porazdir
  • Pyrefiend
  • Revenant cyclops
  • Revenant dark beast
  • Revenant demon
  • Revenant dragon
  • Revenant hellhound
  • Revenant hobgoblin
  • Revenant knight
  • Revenant maledictus
  • Revenant ork
  • Revenant pyrefiend
  • Scorpia
  • Scorpia’s guardian
  • Shadow spider
  • Skeleton Hellhound
  • Spiritual mage
  • Spiritual ranger
  • Spiritual warrior
  • Venenatis
  • Vet’ion
  • Werewolf
  • White wolf
  • Zamorak wizard

Usage Of Looting Bag

As we described earlier, the Looting Bag stores the stacks of items found in Wilderness, including the Ferox Enclave. In the game menu, you can turn the Looting Bag settings to Open rather than Close to ensure each item you find in the wilderness goes directly into your Looting Bag rather than your inventory. By doing so, you can avoid the hassle of the game asking you each time how many items to store at once.

Whether you’re a player hunter or a monster hunter, you’ll find value in the Looting Bag. If you’re hunting monsters like the green dragons, you can add some extra kills in your Looting Bag, which makes your farming rate more efficient.

If you’re hunting down other players, you can keep storing items in the Looting Bag without using or dropping most of your supplies. If you’re constantly dropping supplies during fights, it can significantly weaken you.

Storing Looting Bag Items In The Bank

You can also deposit all your Looting Bag items in the bank by accessing the bank interface in the menu. Open the menu and click on the Looting Bag, where you can see its contents. If you click the “Deposit All” button, your items will be deposited in the bank, and the Looting Bag will get emptied. 

With that said, keep in mind, if you have any unbankable items, they will be stored in your inventory instead of the bank.

Dying With The Looting Bag

Dying with the Looting Bag means you lose the bag and the items in it. But if you kill another player who has the bag equipped, you get everything inside the bag except food and potions.

Final Thoughts

We hope you now have a good understanding of the Looting Bag’s usage and the various methods of acquiring it in OSRS. It is essential to have one on yourself whenever you’re out exploring the wilderness. You can find more OSRS guides on our page to help you farm for better gear and items.

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