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Blood rune
Blood rune
Release date 18 March 2002 (Update)
Members? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Equipable? No
Stackable? Yes
High Alch 110 coins
Low Alch 73 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price 550 coins
Exchange price 250 coins (info)
Buy limit 25,000
Examine A high level catalytic rune.
Weight 0 kg
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Blood runes are members-only runes used in the Magic skill for many spells in Ancient Magicks, enchanting Ruby bolt(e) in the Standard spellbook plus several spells in Lunar Spells.

Blood runes are dropped by a large range of monsters, such as Fire giants, Aviansies, Ankous, Bloodveld, and Shadow warriors. They may be stolen from the chest in the Chaos Druid Tower north-west of Ardougne, purchased from many magic store owners, such as the Mage of Zamorak, or received as a fairly common loot from the Barrows chest. There is also a respawn point near the Demonic Ruins in the Wilderness.

Before 22 April 2008, it was not possible to craft blood runes by any means other than the Ourania altar. Blood runes can now be crafted (level 77 Runecrafting) at the Blood Altar using pure essence after completing the Legacy of Seergaze quest, and give 10.5 experience each (If you are wearing the complete Master runecrafting robes, then this is 10.78 experience each).

The value of 1 Blood rune in Mobilising Armies is 111 Investment Credits.

Price / Experience comparison
Grand Exchange price GP / Exp
(per essence)
Nature rune 282 31.3
Law rune 264 27.8
Death rune 139 13.9
Blood rune 250 23.8
Soul rune 151 N/A

SpellsEdit

Blood runes are needed in certain combat pay-to-play spells and some other non-combat pay-to-play spells. Below is a list of spells in which Blood runes are used, as well as their respective spellbooks.

Dropping MonstersEdit

Levels 1-100Edit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
White Knight 50 2 Rare
Dark wizard 2 Rare
Revenant vampyre 68 5 Rare
Vampyre 88 1–2 Uncommon
Bloodveld 88, 98 3, 10, 30 Uncommon
Aviansie 89,92,95 11 Uncommon

Levels 101-199Edit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Mature grotworm 120 50 Rare
King Black Dragon 120 50 Uncommon
Bronze dragon 124 15 Uncommon
Vampyre 128 1–2 Uncommon
Bloodveld 132 3, 10, 30 Uncommon
Chaos Elemental 138 500 Uncommon
Black demon 140 7 Uncommon
Spiritual mage 140 2 Rare
Iron dragon 140 15 Uncommon
Vyrelord 140 15 Uncommon
Vyrelady 140 15 Uncommon
Black dragon 144 15 Uncommon
Abyssal demon 146 7 Uncommon
Tstanon Karlak 146 5–10 Uncommon
Zakl'n Gritch 146 5–10 Uncommon
Balfrug Kreeyath 146 5–10 Uncommon
Steel dragon 154 20 Common
Mithril dragon 178 27 Common
Airut 175 22–27 Common

Levels 200+Edit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Kalphite Queen 200 200–350 Uncommon
Exiled Kalphite Queen 200 200–400 Uncommon
K'ril Tsutsaroth 210 80–90 Uncommon
Queen Black Dragon 220 500 Uncommon
Nex 220 5000 Rare

Other sourcesEdit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Barrows chest N/A 1–164 Uncommon
Rare drop table N/A 50 Rare

TriviaEdit

  • Long before 22 April 2008, players who achieved 77 Runecrafting would get a message that they can now craft blood runes even though Legacy of Seergaze hadn't been released at the time.
  • Prior to the Evolution of Combat update, blood runes were used in high-level combat spells in the standard spellbook. The removal of their usage in these spells caused a dramatic fall in their price.
  • Prior to the Evolution of Combat update, blood runes were used in casting wave and surge spells in Daemonheim. Since they removed the requirement of using blood runes, they now serve no purpose in Daemonheim other than selling them. It is currently unknown what future purpose they will serve.

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