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The Jal-nib-rek (roughly translated as Foreign Nibbler Baby/Young) is a Jal-Nib dropped by TzKal-Zuk upon completion of the Inferno. The standard drop rate is 1/100, but this is increased to 1/75 if TzKal-Zuk is defeated while on a Slayer task. Players may also exchange their infernal capes by speaking to TzHaar-Ket-Keh for a 1/100 chance of obtaining the pet.

Per Inferno completion, the chance of obtaining the Jal-nib-rek is ~1/43 with a Slayer task and ~1/50 without, when taking into account both the standard drop rate and gambling the cape.

Players can right click "Metamorphosis" to change between the Jal-Nib and TzRek-Zuk, which is a smaller version of TzKal-Zuk.

When a player receives the pet, it will automatically try to appear as their follower. At the same time, a red message in the chatbox will state You have a funny feeling like you're being followed.

However, if a player receives a pet while having a follower out (for example, a cat), it will be placed into their inventory. When this occurs, the message in the chatbox will instead state You feel something weird sneaking into your backpack. If a players inventory is full and they have a follower already, they will not receive the pet.

On death, if a player loses their pet (as a follower or in your inventory) it will wander around for 30 seconds before disappearing completely.

Players can pay a one-time fee of 500,000 coins to Probita in East Ardougne to have this pet insured. Should the pet be lost while insured, it can be reclaimed for 1,000,000 coins.

Item sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
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Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
22 February 2018

The option to metamorphosis into Tzrek-zuk was added.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The text when receiving the pet from a cape gamble is; "Luck be a TzHaar tonight. Jal-Nib-Rek is yours.". This is a reference to the song Luck Be a Lady from the musical Guys and Dolls.