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Astute players may have noticed that a strange animal has appeared in player owned farms. Known only as 'JMods' these mysterious creatures seek only to fix bugs, ban bots, and drink excessive amounts of tea. Here's the low-down for all those farmers planning to raise their own JMod army.buy you should know about Combat Integrity&get RS3gold rs gold with up to $10 voucher til April 13. Despite their weird appearance and bizarre smell, it appears that JMods are human. Killable human NPCs such as men, women, or guards have a chance to drop Human (unchecked) items. Checking the human will give it the name of a JMod. A collection log lists all the available JMod names. Like any other animal, JMods can be traded between players. I wonder what might happen if you collect them all? JMods cannot be put in the breeding pen. They're far too busy for that sort of thing! However, they will be very comfortable in a standard medium size pen. They’re not picky eaters, and will ravenously devour anything you put in front of them. Gathering from JMods will give XP. Although they can’t be sold to a specialist buyer, they can be fed to the Baby Troll, if that’s the sort of thing you want on your conscience. Unfortunately JMods can't hang around on the farm forever. At some point they'll have to be sucked out of the game and restored to their RL bodies. They’ll probably be fine. Don’t think about it too much. Combat Integrity Our biggest change this week is to the way sign refreshers are used. Please read this message from the Combat Council to find out more. Last month we mentioned our intentions to stop the life refreshers from being used while in Combat. From today's update we're going to be doing the following integrity change: Sign refreshers can now only be activated in bank areas. Additionally we want to stop deathtouched darts being used at Telos to complete feats/achievements, while this update won't release this week we'll be looking to release this next week.