Table of Contents:
- Basic Items
- Glass (Members Only*)
- Battlestaffs/Mystic Staves (Members Only*)
- Repairing Broken Staves
- Dyeing Capes
- Leather Working
- Mage equipment
- Dungeoneering Crafting
- Limestone (Members Only*)
- Snelms (Members Only*)
- Carapace Armor
- Snakeskin Armor (Members Only*)
- Sirenic Armor(Members Only*)
- Crafting Guild
- Temporary level boosts and Quest rewards
- Capes of Accomplishment
|Ball of wool||Used to string amulets and symbols||See Wool|
|Bucket||Fill with sand when making glass, or fill with water to soften clay||You can buy one at the General store for two gold coins, or find them all across Runescape at various spawn locations.|
|Chisel||A tool used to cut gems (and Members-only carve Limestone)||You can buy one at any General store or the Crafting stores (located in Al Kharid and Rimmington) for one gold.|
|Cowhide||Used in making leather||To get one, kill a cow. They will always drop one.|
|Dragonhide||Used in making Dragon leather||To get one, kill any dragon. Each colored dragon (Black, Blue, Green or Red; NOT metal dragons!) drops a matching color hide.|
|Flax||Used to spin Bowstrings||Flax is Member's Only and considered one of the fastest/cheapest ways of gaining crafting experience. It is used to spin bowstrings. Go to a flax plant (there is a large field just West of Catherby, next to the beehives; there are also plants in the Tree Gnome Stronghold, next to the Spinning Wheels and Bank!) and click on it to pick it (or right click and select 'pick flax'). Just like wheat, flax runs out. Once you have enough flax, go to a Spinning Wheel and use the Flax with the Spinning Wheel. Flax gives 15 crafting experience for every one you spin.|
|Glassblowing pipe||Used to make glass items. Use it on Molten glass then select desired item from menu.||Spawns in house on Entrana and in Grandpa Jack's house North West of the Ranging Guild (North East of Fishing Contest)|
|Jug||Fill with water, use to soften clay||You can buy one at the General Store for one gold coin.|
|Mould||Used to make Gold and Silver items (jewellery, symbols and more)||You can buy Amulet, Necklace and Ring moulds, as well as the Holy symbol mould and the Sickle mould, at either crafting shop for five gold coins. The Crafting Guild has Amulet mould, Necklace mould and Holy symbol mould spawns.|
|Needle||Used in leather armor crafting||These are stackable. You can buy one at either Crafting Shop for one gold coin. They also can be found by searching haystacks!|
|Seaweed||Used to make glass items. Use it on a stove or in a fire to make Soda ash.||Spawns on beaches all around Gielinor, inluding Entrana (8 on North West shore) and Rellekka (9 on beach). You can also buy 80 Seaweed from Arhein in Catherby.|
|Shears||Used to obtain Wool||Buy at a General store for one gold coin. Shears also spawn at the Crafting Guild, and in the North East corner of the hay field located west of Lumbridge Mill.|
|Soda ash||Used to make glass items. Use it on a furnace, along with a Bucket of sand, to make Molten glass.||Player made|
|Thread||Used in leather armor crafting||These are stackable. You can buy one at either Crafting Shop for one gold coin. Also spawns at the Jolly Boar Inn North East of Varrock.|
|Wool||Used to make Ball of wool (also used in a quest or two)||Obtain by using Shears on some sheep (there is a big field of them just North West of Lumbridge, and a few North of the Crafting Guild). After a few tries (they run away a lot), or maybe on your first try, you will get some Wool. Now find a Spinning wheel and use the Wool on the Spinning wheel to make a Ball of wool (earns 2.75 xp).|
Crafting Guide (Jack Oval) - Located in Burthorpe South West of the Heroes' Guild. Jack gives free samples of Thread, a Bucket, and an Empty pot. He also sells Chisels (14 coins), Needles (1 coin), Thread (4 coins), Bucket (2 coins), and Shears (1 coin); Ring, Amulet, Necklace, Bracelet, and Holy symbol, moulds (all 5 coins each); Tiara mould (100 coins), Sickle mould (10 coins), and Bolt mould (25 coins). Jack will also tan your Cowhide to Leather (free) and Hard leather (3 coins); Snakeskin (15 coins); and Green, Blue, Red, Black, and Royal dragonhide (20 coins).
Crafting Guild - Located South West of Falador, North West of Rimmington. Visit our Crafting Guild guide for more information on what is available to you there.
Crafting Shops - Located in Al Kharid and Rimmington. These stores sell Chisels (14 coins), Needles (1 coin), and Thread (4 coins); Amulet, Necklace, Ring, Holy symbol, and Bracelet moulds (all 5 coins each); Sickle mould (10 coins), Tiara mould (100 coins), Bolt mould (25 coins).
Entrana - The island of Entrana is a good place to obtain everything you need for making glass. A Glassblowing pipe spawns in the house with the range, North of the Herblore shop. To get to Entrana go to the docks at Port Sarim and speak to any Monk of Entrana. You are not allowed to bring any weapons or armor to Entrana, but the boat ride is free.
Furnaces - Furnaces are needed for gold and silver crafting. They are located in Al Kharid, Falador, Lumbridge, Ardougne (East of river), Rellekka (quest required), Shilo Village (quest required), Port Phasmatys (quest required), Neitiznot (quest required), Burthorpe, and Edgeville (easy part of the Varrock diary).
Potteries - Potteries include both Potter's Wheels and Pottery Ovens for making clay items. They are located in the Barbarian Village, near Aubury's Rune Shop in Varrock, at the Crafting guild, Taverley, and North of the market in Draynor Village. For members they are also found in Ardougne (West of river), the Digsite, Burthorpe, and Rellekka (quest required).
Rellekka - None of Rellekka's amenities are usable until you have completed the Fremennik Trials Quest, but once this is done, Rellekka is a Crafting and Smithing haven (although the nearest Bank is on Miscellania). The building in the South West corner of the town includes a Potter's Wheel, a Pottery Oven, a Furnace, and Anvils. For glassmaking, there is a Sandpit North of the Helmet shop, and the beach North of town has 9 Seaweed spawns.
Spinning Wheels - Lumbridge Castle (2nd floor), Barbarian Village, Taverley, Falador (West of the South gate), Seers' Village (upstairs), the Tree Gnome Stronghold, Rellekka (quest required), Lletya (quest required), Burthorpe, and Neitiznot (quest required).
Tanners - Tanners are located in Al Kharid and in the Crafting Guild, and for Members in Canifis (more expensive due to remote location), Burthorpe, and (Leatherworker) in the Ranging Guild. All will convert cow hides and dragonhides to leather for a fee.
Molten glass can be blown in into a number of glass items using a Glassblowing pipe which can be added to your Toolbelt to save space.
*Made using Robust glass.
**Made using Crystal glass.
Follow these instructions to make your own Molten glass:
- Use Buckets on a sandpit to obtain Buckets of sand. Sandpits are be found in various locations throughout Gielinor including Entrana, Yanille and Prifddinas.
- Collect Seaweed from one of the beaches around Gielinor.
- Use the Seaweed on a fire or range to obtain Soda ash.
- Take a Bucket of sand and Soda ash to a furnace and use them on it to combine them into Molten glass.
Note: If you have completed the Hand in the Sand quest you can talk to Bert daily to have 84 Buckets of sand deposited directly into your bank.
Battlestaffs/Mystic Staves (Members Only*):
Battlestaffs are great. They have two uses: a weapon and an unlimited source of basic runes of one kind. (Note that the Staff of air, earth, fire and water sold at Zaff's Staff Shop are not as good in physical combat as Battlestaffs, which in turn are not as good as Mystic staffs.) To make a Battlestaff you will need the following items:
- A Battlestaff (can be bought at the Varrock Staff Shop for 7000 gold coins only on Members servers)
- A glass orb
- 3 cosmic runes
- 30 basic runes of the type of Battlestaff you want it to be (ex. 30 fire runes if you want a Battlestaff of Fire)
|Orb Type||Magic Lvl Needed||Runes Needed||Obelisk Location|
|Taverley Members-only dungeon. In the Black Dragon room go up the ladder and it will be next to you.|
|Edgeville dungeon, low-level wilderness area. Past the Black Demons, near Chronozon.|
|Taverley Dungeon. To the West of the Black Dragons, surrounded by a pit of darkness with Braziers suspended overhead.|
|Edgeville dungeon, low-level wilderness area. At the Black Demons (level 172) there is a little room with a ladder to the North, go up the ladder and you will be standing next to it.|
Attaching Orbs to Battlestaves
|Staff Type||Crafting Lvl Required||Experience for Attaching Orb|
Mystic staffs (Enchanted Battlestaffs)
You can get your Battlestaff enhanced into a Mystic staff. To get your Battlestaff enhanced you must have completed the Scorpion Catcher quest. If you have done it, go back to Thormac the Sorcerer with 40,000 gold coins and your Battlestaff. Talk to him and tell him that he said he would enhance your Battlestaff for you. Select the Battlestaff you want and it will become a great weapon. It will now have stats similiar to the Rune Long Sword!!
- Broken staff (found searching crates or boxes, stolen from HAM members, or found at Digsite)
- Repair bench, Whetstone, or Armour stand (15 Construction and up)
Use the Broken staff on the repair equipment.
You will either permanently destroy it or get a random new staff (ordinary, magic or elemental)
Experience gained: 14.5 Crafting per repaired staff
Pottery is probably the worst part of crafting because it gives low experience and is not significantly profitable. Below are the instructions for making pottery:
- Use the clay with a water source
- Go to a Potter's Wheel and use the Soft clay on it
- Choose what you would like to make from the selection screen.
- Use the unfired clay item on the Pottery Oven.
Alternative way to get soft clay:
Equip the Bracelet of clay and mine the clay spots.
|Item||Crafting Lvl Needed||Experience for Spinning||Experience for Firing||Total Experience Gained||Used For|
|Pie Dish||7||15||10||25||Cooking Pies|
|Plant Pot||19||20||17.5||37.5||Planting Trees|
|Pot lid||25||20||20||40||One Small Favour Quest (also learn how to make)|
Leather is an easy way of getting crafting experience. There is also Dragonhide leather, which also must be tanned (for a higher fee per piece).
- Get a cow hide.
- Go to a Tanner (found in Al Kharid or in the Crafting Guild if you can get in; there is also a Leatherworker in the Ranging Guild and a Tanner in Canifis for Members.)
- Make sure you have one gold coin for every cow hide that you have.
- Talk to the tanner and say "Here are some cow hides, can I buy some leather?"
- A selection screen will come up and ask you if you want soft leather or hard leather.
- After you choose, the Tanner will take the cow hide and 1 coin and give you the leather.
- To make an item from the leather get a Needle and Thread (buy in Crafting stores in Al Kharid and Rimmington; Needles are also found by searching haystacks). Use the Needle with the leather. Then select what you want to make on the selection screen. Your crafting level will determine what you can make.
Studded Leather Armor (Members Only*)
Studded Leather bodies and Studded Leather Chaps are made by making studs out of steel bars and using the studs with regular leather armor.
|Item||Crafting Lvl Needed||Crafting Experience|
|Studded leather gloves||42||40|
|Studded leather boots||43||40|
|Studded leather shield||45||43|
Like regular hides, Dragon hides must be tanned before they can be worked. Take them to any Tanner or Leatherworker. The fee per piece is higher (25-30 coins each). Then use a Needle and Thread on them to make the desired armor.
Green, Red, Blue and Black Dragons drop Dragon hides that match their color. Locations: Green Dragons South of the Lava Maze or Level 13 Wildy North of Edgeville; Blue dragons in the Hero's Guild basement or Taverley Dungeon; Red dragons in the lava lake; Black dragons in the lava maze and in Taverley Dungeon, also King Black Dragon next to the lava maze.
Progressively higher Range skill levels are required to wear dragonhide armor (refer to the Ranging Skill Guide).
When the Hunter Skill came out in 2006, there were additions to the vambraces. The table below will explain what they look like and the items needed. At level 32 Crafting you can add Kebbit claws to vambraces to give them a spiky appearance. This yields 5.8 experience.
|Item||Materials Needed||Crafting level needed||Experience gained|
|Spiky vambraces||1 Soft leather and Kebbit claws||32||27.8|
|Green spiky vambraces||1 Green dragonhide leather and Kebbit claws||57||67.8|
|Blue spiky vambraces||1 Blue dragonhide leather and Kebbit claws||66||75.8|
|Red spiky vambraces||1 Red dragonhide leather and Kebbit claws||73||82.8|
|Black spiky vambraces||1 Black dragonhide leather and Kebbit claws||79||91.8|
|Royal spiky vambraces||1 Royal dragonhide leather and Kebbit claws||79||91.8|
You can craft several sets of Mage armor and equipment with materials dropped by Imps, Spiders, and Bats.
|Material Used||Item||Number of Materials||Crafting Level||Experience|
|Imphide robe bottom||2||13||20|
|Imphide robe top||3||14||30|
|Imp horn wand||3||16||30|
|Spider silk||Spider silk gloves||1||20||12.5|
|Spider silk boots||1||21||12.5|
|Spider silk hood||2||22||25|
|Spider silk robe bottom||2||23||25|
|Spider silk robe top||3||24||37.5|
While there are 2 other variants of Mystic armor, only the blue set is craftable. To create Mystic armor, you will need to use a Needle and Thread with one or more Strips of mystic cloth. The table below details how many strips as well as the levels required and the experience gained.
|Item||Strips of Cloth||Crafting Level||Experience|
|Mystic robe bottom||2||54||28|
|Mystic robe top||3||55||42|
Similar to Mystic armor is Wizard armor. This equipment comes in a total of 4 colors, though 2 of the colors are simply trimmed versions. Also similar to Mystic armor, only some of the variants can be crafted. The table below details the types of cloth needed as well as levels and experience gained for their creation.
|Cloth Used||Item||Strips Needed||Crafting Level||Experience|
|Strip of cloth||Wizard gloves||1||1||5|
|Wizard robe top||2||5||10|
|Strip of black cloth||Black Wizard gloves||1||1||5|
|Black Wizard boots||1||2||5|
|Black Wizard hat||1||3||5|
|Black Wizard skirt||3||4||15|
|Black Wizard robe top||3||5||10|
|Black Wizard shield||3||8||10|
Urns, when in your inventory, slowly catch scraps left behind while you are performing the associated skill. Once the urn is full, you can teleport it to Ernie to receive an experience reward in a skill matching the type of urn; use of an Urn enhancer will increase this experience by 25%. You may have up to 10 full urns related to a certain skill at a time, though it is suggested to turn on the "auto teleport" feature found in the game settings so you don't have to stop skilling to teleport them. Do note that you can only fill an urn if you have do not have any partially full urns of the same skill. So, you will have to finish each urn before you can start filling another one of the same skill type.
To make an urn, you will need use 2 pieces of soft clay on a potter's wheel and select the type of urn (Cooking, Divination, Farming, Fishing, Hunter, Mining, Prayer, Runecrafting, Smithing, or Woodcutting). The next step is to choose the quality of the urn you wish to create (Cracked, Fragile, Normal, Strong, or Decorated), which determines the level of scraps that will be caught in it. Once you have created and fired the urn in a pottery oven, you must add a rune to the urn. The required rune depends on which the skill it is assiciated with.
- Cooking - Fire rune
- Divination - Mind rune
- Farming - Nature rune
- Fishing - Water rune
- Hunter - Mud rune
- Mining - Earth rune
- Prayer - Air rune
- Runecrafting - Pure essence
- Smithing - Fire rune
- Woodcutting - Earth rune
Once a rune has been added to your urn, they will now stack with eachother unless being filled. This makes it so you can bring multiple urns with you and not lose inventory space.
Unlike other urns, Prayer urns only come in 3 types of quality according to the ashes they collect - impious, accursed, and infernal. If you have such an urn in your inventory when killing demons, their ashes will automatically end up in the urn. Despite these not fitting within the typical qualities of urns, we have included them in the closest level of quality in the table below.
|Urn||Level Required||Crafting Experience||Skill Experience (Teleporting)||Skill Experience (with Enhancer)||Charges Gained From||Members Only?|
Cracked mining urn
|1||28||87.5||109.4||Level 1 ores|
Cracked cooking urn
|2||30||400||500||Food up to and including level 10|
Cracked fishing urn
|2||30||150||187.5||Fish up to and including level 10|
Cracked divination urn
|3||30||210||252.5||Harvesting and converting memories up to and including level 10|
Cracked hunter urn
|3||30||220||275||Creatures up to and including level 11|
Cracked runecrafting urn
|4||30||210||252.5||Creating runes and siphoning in the Runespan up to level 9|
Cracked smelting urn
|4||38.5||40||50||Level 1 bars|
Cracked woodcutting urn
|4||38.5||160||200||Logs up to and including level 10|
Cracked farming urn
|5||30||220||275||Check health and gathering up to and including level 12|
Fragile cooking urn
|12||40||550||687.5||Food up to and including level 25|
Fragile fishing urn
|15||50||350||437.5||Fish up to and including level 30|
Fragile woodcutting urn
|15||50||425||531.25||Logs up to and including level 35|
Fragile divination urn
|16||40||350||437.5||Harvesting and converting memories up to and including level 30|
Fragile hunter urn
|17||40||500||625||Creatures up to and including level 29|
Fragile mining urn
|17||53||200||250||Ores up to and including level 20|
|Fragile smelting urn||17||53||62.5||78.1||Bars up to and including level 20|
Fragile farming urn
|18||40||500||625||Check health and gathering up to and including level 30|
Fragile runecrafting urn
|18||40||350||437.5||Creating runes and siphoning in the Runespan up to level 27|
|26||62.5||375||468.75||Impious ahses and accursed ashes|
Plain mining urn
|32||68||325||406.25||Ores up to and including level 40|
Plain runecrafting urn
|33||71.5||700||875||Creating runes and siphoning in the Runespan up to level 54|
Plain hunter urn
|34||71.5||1,000||1,250||Creatures up to and including level 53|
plain smelting urn
|35||70||150||187.5||Bars up to and including level 50|
Plain cooking urn
|36||71.5||950||1,187.5||Food up to and including level 40|
Plain divination urn
|38||71.5||500||625||Harvesting and converting memories up to and including level 50|
Plain farming urn
|40||71.5||900||1,125||Check health and gathering up to and including level 53|
Plain fishing urn
|41||78||500||625||Fish up to and including level 50|
|44||80||825||1,031.25||Logs up to and including level 58|
Strong mining urn
|48||80||400||500||Ores up to and including level 55|
Strong smelting urn
|49||83.5||250||312.5||Bars up to and including level 70|
Strong cooking urn
|51||87.5||1,050||1,312.5||Food up to and including level 55|
Strong runecrafting urn
|52||87.5||1,000||1,250||Creating runes and siphoning in the Runespan up to level 77|
Strong fishing urn
|53||90||600||750||Fish up to and including level 70|
Strong hunter urn
|55||87.5||1,400||1,750||Creatures up to and including level 74|
Strong divination urn
|56||87.5||800||1,000||Harvesting and converting memories up to and including level 70|
Strong fishing urn
|58||87.5||1,100||1375||Check health and gathering up to and including level 72|
Strong woodcutting urn
|61||97||1,662.5||2,078.2||Logs up to and including level 75|
Decorated mining urn
|78||108||625||781.25||Ores up to and including level 99, As a side-note, mining urns will fill upon mining rune essences or pure essences, as well as regular ores.|
|62||100||1,875||2,343.75||Impious ashes, Accursed ashes, Infernal ashes, Tourtured ashes, and Searing ashes|
Decorated fishing urn
|76||120||1,900||2,375||Fish up to and including level 99|
Decorated woodcutting urn
|76||120||1,900||2,375||Cut logs up to and including level 99|
Decorated runecrafting urn
|77||130||1,400||1,750||Creating runes and siphoning in the Runespan up to level 99|
Decorated hunter urn
|79||130||1,600||2,000||Creatures up to and including level 99|
Decorated smelting urn
|80||102||400||500||Bars up to and including level 99|
Decorated cooking urn
|81||130||1,547.5||1,934.4||Food up to and including level 99|
Decorated divination urn
|82||131||1,900||2,375.5||Harvesting and converting memories up to and including level 99|
Decorated farming urn
|84||132||1,400||1,750||Checking health and gathering up to and including level 99|
While training the Dungeoneering skill, you will occasionally come across different levels of Mastyx creatures that you can hunt for hides and different types of plants that you can pick to spin into cloth. These hides and cloth can then be used with a needle and some thread to make leather armor and magic robes. You will only be able to find these types of textiles in dungeons with a Complexity level of 4 or above.
While Dungeoneering you may encounter a type of Mastyx that can be caught using hunter traps. Refer to our Hunter guide for more information on the levels required to hunt these Mastyx creatures. Once you have between 1 and 4 hides, you can then use a needle and thread on them to make various tiers of ranged armor. Below is a table showing the different types of hides and armors, as well as the level required to make them.
*Free players cannot create these items, however, they can receive them as drops and can use them.
You can also receive various plants as drops or harvest them from plants, both found around the Dungeon naturally and planted specifically; See our Farming guide for more information on these plants and the levels required.
Once you have collected the plants, you will need to use them on a spinning wheel to create bolts of cloth. After you have the number of bolts needed, you then will have to use a needle and some thread on them to craft them into Magic robes. Below is a table showing the different types of cloths and armors, as well as the level required to make them.
*Free players cannot create these items, however, they can receive them as drops and can use them.
Jewellery is a huge part of crafting. Your crafting level determines what gems you can cut, and what gems you can use and what you can craft.
|Gem||Level to Cut||Experience|
Shilo Village Rock Gems (Members Only*)
This is a members only feature. If you have completed the Shilo Village quest you will have access to some new gem rocks. Mining each gem yields 65 mining experience. Below is a chart of the gems and the experience received when you cut them with a chisel. You can also crush these gems with a Pestle and mortar, though it yields no crafting experience. It is also possible to fail at cutting these, which ruins them. This is a picture of the crushed gemstone:
Here is a chart of these gems and the experience gained by cutting them.
|Gem||Level to Cut||Cutting Experience||Picture of Uncut||Picture of Cut|
Opals can be cut again with a chisel to make Opal bolt tips (earns Fletching experience; more is earned when these are applied to regular Bolts sold in stores). All of the gems can be used in the Tai Bwo Wannai strengthened machetes (Red Topaz is the strongest) or sold at that village for trading sticks.
To craft gold jewellery do the following:
- Get a gold bar. Mine Gold ore (you need level 40 mining) and then use it with a furnace (you need level 40 smithing) to make it into a bar.
- Get a gem if you want the piece of jewellery to have a gem in it.
- Use a chisel to cut the gem if it isn't already cut.
- Get the mould for the kind of Jewellery you want to make (ex. necklace mould if you want to make a necklace).
- Use the gold bar with the furnace and select what you want to make.
Note: You must have the mould for what you want to make in your inventory.
Below is a table of all the craftable items made with gold.
|Item||Ring Image||Level to Craft Ring||Ring Crafting Exp||Necklace Image||Level to Craft Necklace||Necklace Crafting Exp|
|Alchemical onyx ring||91||4115|
|Item||Bracelet Image||Level to Craft Bracelet||Bracelet Crafting Exp||Amulet Image||Level to Craft Amulet||Amulet Crafting Exp|
Instructions to make all Silver items are the same; details on obtaining moulds and enchanting items varies.
- Find a silver rock (South West Varrock mine, Al Kharid chasm mine, and lots in the Crafting Guild if you can get in) and mine it (level 20 Mining required).
- Go to a furnace and use the Silver ore with the furnace to smelt it into a Silver bar (level 20 Smithing required).
- Now, get the desired mould (see below for information).
- Go back to the furnace and use the Silver bar with the furnace. A popup menu will ask what you would like to make. Click the desired picture.
|Item||Level to Craft||Crafting Exp|
Holy Symbol of Saradomin
You need level 16 crafting to make one. It gives 50 crafting experience per Holy Symbol. These are used to make your prayer last longer. Holy Symbol moulds are available at Crafting Shops (Rimmington and Al Kharid) for five gold coins. A spawn is located inside the Crafting Guild.
Once the symbol is made, it cannot be worn without a string. Get a Ball of wool, and use it with the Holy Symbol. Now you can wear the Holy Symbol but it does not give any prayer bonus.
Go to Brother Jered in the Prayer Guild (level 31 Prayer required), and talk to him. If you have the strung Holy Symbol with you, he will ask you if you want him to 'Bless' your Holy Symbol. This is free. In case you don't know where the Prayer Guild is, it's in the Monastery. Go to either wing of the Monastery and go up the ladder.
Unholy Symbol of Zamorak (Members Only*)
After you finish the Observatory Quest, go to the Zamorak Worshipping Site North of it. Talk to the Spirit of Scorpius for an Unholy symbol Mould (You can get them unlimited times; they are not tradeable). Level 17 Crafting is required to make one, earning 50 xp. After stringing it (use a Ball of wool on it), head back to the Spirit of Scorpius to have him "bless" it. It gives +2 in all attack stats and +8 Prayer when worn.
Silver Sickle (Members Only*)
Follow the same procedure as with any other silver item, but this time use a Sickle mould, which can be bought at the crafting store in Al Kharid. It gives 50 experience. You can get it blessed by taking it to the Nature Spirit grotto in Mort Myre swamp. The Silver sickle(b) ("blessed") can be used to Cast Bloom. This is used in Mort Myre Swamp to generate items for your Druid pouch, and to fight Ghasts, but it can also be used for a pretty effect at weddings (consumes prayer).
Follow the same procedure as with any other silver item, but this time use a Tiara mould, which can be bought at any Crafting store. It gives 52.5 xp. Lvl 23 needed to make them. 5 exp per air rune... 25 exp per air tiara 5.5 exp per mind rune... You can enchant it by Using it on the desired Rune altar while carrying the related rune talisman. See the Runecrafting Skill Guide for more information.
Silver bolts (Members Only*)
Making these is again the same process as with any other silver item. The mould you use this time is called the Bolt Mould. It can be obtained in the crafting shops in Rimmington and Al Kharid. You need level 21 to make these bolts and it gives 5 exp each.
the bolts can be used in the Ranging skill, you must wield a Steel crossbow or better to fire these (level 31 Ranged required).
Silver bolts (with feathers attached):
It is possible to change the color of capes by using certain dyes on them. Dyes can be bought from the Witch, Aggie, in Draynor Village, and purple dye spawns outside of the walls of the South West corner of East Ardougne.
Orange: Mix yellow dye with red dye and then apply to any color cape. You will gain 2.5 experience for this.
Green: Mix yellow dye with blue dye and then apply to any color cape. You will gain 2.5 experience for this.
Purple: Mix red dye with blue dye and then apply to any color cape. You will gain 2.5 experience for this.
Red: Just apply a red dye to any color cape. You will gain 2.5 experience for this.
Blue: Just apply a blue dye to any color cape. You will gain 2.5experience for this.
Yellow: Just apply a yellow dye to any color cape. You will gain 2.5 experience for this.
Limestone can be purchased at the Mort'ton Building-supplies store, or mined at Limestone mines. On the Members-only path East of Varrock that leads to Canifis, the mine is North of the path shortly before you reach the Temple. The other Limestone mine is in Tirannwn, South East of the South gate to Prifddinas. Using a chisel on Limestone creates a Limestone brick and earns 6xp crafting. Both Limestone and Limestone bricks can be used to rebuild the Mort'ton temple, which earns 5 xp at a time (see Shades of Mort'ton quest guide for details.)
Limestone Limestone brick
Snail helmets (or "snelms") can be made by members who have completed the Priest in Peril Quest. Venture into Mort Myre swamp and kill a snail with the shell you fancy (there are 9 in all). An elemental shield is recommended as their acid attack is magical. You will get a snail shell and a snail corpse. Use a chisel on the shell (requires Level 15 crafting!) to make a snelm, earning 32.5 xp.
Carapace armor is crafted from Carapace dropped by the cockroaches in the Stronghold of Player Safety.
|Item||# of Carapace Needed||Required Level||Experience|
Snakeskin Armor (Members Only*)
|Item||Number of Skins||XP Gained||Level Needed to Craft|
There are currently 4 ways of obtaining Snake hides:
- Buy them from other players
- Kill a snake and skin it with a knife during Temple Trekking/Burgh de Rott Ramble mini-game.
- Kill a snake that randomly jumps out of bushes during the Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up mini-game.
- Kill snakes just North of the village of Mos le' harmless (requires the completion of the
Cabin Fever quest).
NOTE: these type of snakes can poison you up to 3 continuously.
Sirenic is the most powerful ranged armor in the game. It is crafted from Sirenic scales, which are rare drops from high-level Slayer monsters with a ranged weakness, and Algarum thread.
|Item||Sirenic Scales Needed||Required Level||Experience|
Weaving empty vegetable sacks takes 4 jute fibers and gives 38 exp per sack.
Temporary level boosts and Quest rewards
For more information on how to boost your level, see the Temporary Stat Leveling Techniques special report.
For XP rewards from quests, see the Quest Experience Guide special report.
Once you have achieved level 99, you may visit the Master Crafter to purchase a Crafting cape for 99,000 Coins.
Once you have achieved level 120, the Master Crafter will sell you the Crafting master cape for 120,000 Coins.
Note that as of December 2018, another one of Mod Daze's Easter Eggs have been found. This enables you to purchase a Skillcape for half price (only from the Master Crafter, not Elen) if you are wearing a Ring of Charos (a). Be aware that "Half price" is 92,000 Coins as the experience at level 92 is approximately half way to level 99.
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