This article is about the item. For the spell, see High Level Alchemy.
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The High level alchemy tablet is an item that can be used by any player to convert items into the same amount of coins as a specialist store would pay for the item. A lot of players use these tabs instead of buying the runes, because they take up less inventory space.
Players can create this item on a Mahogany demon lectern as long as they have 1 nature rune, 5 fire runes, and 1 soft clay, and at least level 55 Magic. Elemental staves can be also used to make tablets, so using a lava battlestaff or a staff of fire can make this more cost-effective. The spell is transferred to a piece of soft clay at a lectern in the Study of a player-owned house, creating a magic tablet. The experience for casting the spell is gained at the time the tablet is created.
Like all tablets, the default option is to 'Break' this tablet, which casts the spell, but does not give any experience. When you click "break" you choose the item you wish to convert to coins: only after that you actually cast the spell. The magic experience comes by making the tablet, though.
As with all player-made magic tablets, this tablet can be made regardless of the player's current spell book.
The player who uses it does not need to have the relevant magic level to use this tablet.
Although alchemy is generally used to train magic, alchemy tablets can be used to alchemy certain drops that the alchemy money is or about equivalent to the cost of the item. This lets you make extra money while saving one inventory space (the tablet takes up one space, while a fire staff/runes and nature runes take up two in all, unless you are using a fire staff as your primary weapon).