|Release date||4 January 2001 (Update)|
|High Alch||96 coins|
|Low Alch||64 coins|
|Store price|| 160 coins|
|Exchange price||50 coins (info)|
|Examine||Provides excellent protection.|
A Bronze platebody is the second weakest platebody in the game (the weakest being the Khazard platebody) and the weakest in free-to-play. It has no requirement to equip and provides a greater Defence bonus than a bronze chainbody. After the Evolution of Combat update, ranged and magic-using players are no longer better off using the chainbody than its plated counterpart, seemingly making the platebody an all-around better choice.
A player wearing a bronze platebody
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Dropping monsters Edit
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Animated Bronze Armour 11 1 Always Skeleton 13,21,142 1 Unknown
How to obtainEdit
There are several ways to acquire bronze platebodies:
- Smith them from 5 bronze bars. This requires level 18 Smithing and grants 62.5 experience.
- Buy them from Horvik's Armour Shop or Zenesha's Plate Mail Body Shop.
- Kill various NPC's that drop them.
- Buy them from other players.
- The Grand Exchange (although it is not often sold by players on the G.E. due to the fact that it does not provide much Defence).
This platebody can also be bought or sold at:
Arrowtips • Broken axe • Broken pickaxe • Bar • Copper ore • Tin ore • Nails • Wire • Ornamental chainbody • Ornamental platebody • Shop sign • High-quality copper ore • High-quality tin ore • High-quality bronze bar • High-quality bronze sword • High-quality bronze dagger • Finished bronze sword • Finished bronze dagger
(m) stands for members only.