|Release date||4 January 2001 (Update)|
|High Alch||9,984 coins|
|Low Alch||6,656 coins|
|Store price|| 16,256 coins|
|Exchange price||9,743 coins (info)|
|Examine||Provides excellent protection.|
The adamant platebody is the third-best standard platebody. A player with 88 Smithing can make an adamant platebody by using five adamant bars on an anvil while carrying a hammer, sacred clay hammer or a golden hammer, granting 312.5 Smithing experience per platebody. It requires level 40 Defence to wear. Adamant platebodies are occasionally worn by players who are unable to afford rune armour despite holding the sufficient requirements.
A player wearing a set of adamant equipment
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Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Animated Adamant Armour 113 1 Always K'ril Tsutsaroth 210 1 Common King Black Dragon 120 1 Common Black dragon 144 1 Uncommon Commander Zilyana 210 1 Uncommon Dagannoth Rex 156 1 Uncommon Frost dragon 170 1 Uncommon Kurask 112 1 Uncommon Red dragon 120 1 Uncommon Bronze dragon 124 1 Rare Waterfiend 154 1 Rare
Most adamant platebodies enter the game from smiths who use them to gain fast experience. Smithing adamant platebodies can be over 200,000 Smithing experience per hour; however, over 850,000 coins are lost per hour as well. The experience can be gained at half price if sacred clay hammers are used. If a player uses a fast Stealing Creation clan they can attain about 3-4 hammers per hour. Playing non-combat Stealing Creation the average stealing creation points per hour are 90-98, this equals to 4.5-4.9 hammers per hour. Overall, it takes more time per exp point, but most players find it well worth it to do this as it is a rather significant difference in gp per unit of time spent playing.
Most adamant platebodies leave the game by high alchemy, due to their Grand Exchange price being lower than their high alchemy price.
Treasure trail versionsEdit
Decorative versions of the adamant platebody (as well as other adamant armour) may be obtained from level 2 Treasure trails. The decorative versions give the same stats as the regular version, but cost more. Trimmed armour may only be obtained through treasure trails or purchase. Players cannot trim armour themselves, or smith trimmed armour. Though only obtainable by members, they are available to free players.
|Icon||Item||Price||Direction||Low Alch||High Alch||Limit||Members||Details||Last updated|
|Adamant platebody (t)||114,986||5,120||7,680||2||view • graph||14:30, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
|Adamant platebody (g)||535,469||5,120||7,680||2||view • graph||16:58, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
|Adamant platebody (h1)||50,341||6,656||9,984||2||view • graph||21:07, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
|Adamant platebody (h2)||25,499||6,656||9,984||2||view • graph||14:06, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
|Adamant platebody (h3)||32,144||6,656||9,984||2||view • graph||14:38, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
|Adamant platebody (h4)||25,890||6,656||9,984||2||view • graph||18:19, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
|Adamant platebody (h5)||46,983||6,656||9,984||2||view • graph||18:48, May 20, 2013 (UTC)|
Adamant platebodies may be purchased from:
However, the price to buy an adamant platebody from Valaine is 16,640 coins, which is far more expensive than the 9743 coins it costs to buy an adamant platebody on the Grand Exchange.
- When first released, the adamant platebody cost was 40,040 coins in the store, but the price was later lowered.
Helm • Full helmet(t) (g) • Square shield • Kiteshield(t) (g) • Chainbody • Platebody(t) (g) • Plateskirt(t) (g) • Platelegs(t) (g) • Boots(m) • Gloves(m) • Gauntlets • Defender(m) Spikeshield • Berserker shield
(m) stands for members only.