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Completionist cape
Completionist cape
AKA? Comp cape
Release date 3 May 2011 (Update)
Members? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? No
Equipable? Yes
Stackable? No
Alchemy Cannot be alchemised
Destroy You'll have to buy this back for 5,000,000 coins at Varrock Museum if you destroy it.
On death Is converted to 5m coins when under gravestone.
Store price 5,000,000 coins
(Museum guard)
Examine A cape worn by those who've over achieved.
Weight 0.4 kg
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Completionist cape
Completionist cape (t)
AKA? Trimmed comp
Release date 3 May 2011 (Update)
Members? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? No
Equipable? Yes
Stackable? No
Alchemy Cannot be alchemised
Destroy You'll have to buy this back for 5,000,000 coins at Varrock Museum if you destroy it.
On death Is converted to 5m coins when under gravestone.
Store price 5,000,000 coins
(Museum guard)
Examine We'd pat you on the back, but this cape would get in the way.
Weight 0.4 kg
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The completionist cape is the best cape in the game. When purchased, it comes along with a corresponding hood. It can be bought in Varrock Museum for 5,000,000 coins from the museum guard on the top floor by members who have all skills trained up to 99, and Dungeoneering up to 120, completed all quests, tasks, miniquests, unlocked all the music tracks, prayers, and magic spells. The cape can then be upgraded to a trimmed version after completing a list of requirements including 5000 Castle Wars games and a full statue of Dahmaroc in the player's house.

As new content (quests, tasks, accomplishments, etc.) is introduced to RuneScape, a lot of it ends up being added to the requirements for the regular and/or trimmed version of the cape, which makes it extremely hard to wear for a long period of time.

The cape dates back to the Second Age, when it was enchanted by the mage Dahmaroc.

Bonuses

Combat Stats
Skill requirements
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Class Slot
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Weapons Main Off
Damage - -
Accuracy - -
Style - -
Attributes
Defence-icon Armour rating0
Constitution-icon Life bonus0
Prayer-icon Prayer bonus+13
Critical bonuses
Attack-icon0% Ranged-icon0% Magic-icon0%
Completionist cape equipped
An untrimmed completionist cape when worn (Note: The colours can be changed by the owner of the cape)
A trimmed completionist cape when worn (Note: The colours can be changed by the owner of the cape)
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Other abilities

The cape combines the abilities of several other items:

Requirements

Members can buy the cape and hood on the top floor of the Varrock Museum for 5,000,000 coins from the museum guard. Anyone without the requirements to touch it will be turned into a random animal (including monkeys, squirrels and chickens) and knocked away from the cape. They will also be given a list of remaining requirements.

Touching cape without reqs
A player touching the cape without the requirements.

Regular

The non-trimmed cape can only be worn by players who have:

All skill levels at maximum (120 Dungeoneering and 99 in all other skills).
All quests completed (including capers).
All music tracks unlocked.
All tasks completed.
All magic spells unlocked from Livid Farm.
All magic spells unlocked from Mage Training Arena .
All magic spells unlocked from the Mage Arena (Wilderness).
All prayers unlocked from Dungeoneering.
All Varrock Museum Kudos earned.
Unlocked use of the Abyss.
Laid the Goblin High Priests to rest.
Enchanted the salve amulet in The Lair of Tarn Razorlor.
Returned Clarence to rest.
Reached the end of the Stronghold of Player Safety.
Reached the end of the Stronghold of Security.
All 5 of the Fremennik Sagas 100% completed.
Hunted the Thalassus ten times after the Deadliest Catch quest.
Completed the Fight Kiln minigame.
Killed the Queen Black Dragon and obtained the first dragonkin journal.
You must have claimed a reward from Claus the chef for doing him a favour after completing Carnillean Rising.

You must have scored 1,111 in a session of the Big Chinchompa minigame.

You must not have lost your virginity.

Trimmed

To wear the trimmed version, you will need the following in addition to the previous requirements. Note that investigating the empty cape rack in the Varrock Museum will provide a list of things still to be done.

4,000 Chompy kills.
Scabarite research completed.
Highest rune shop unlocked from Ali Morrisane.
All hot-air balloon travel routes unlocked.
Eagle transport routes fully unlocked.
Defeated the 4 sub-bosses in the Pollnivneach Slayer Dungeon after Smoking Kills.
Unlocked ability to craft all Slayer items and to deliver killing blows quicker.
Master White Knight rank obtained.
Flying broomstick unlocked. (Includes unlocking the teleport option & getting all magic XP)
Found all hidden treasure from Making History.
Achieved a score of 1,250+ in Conquest.
Unlocked the full power of the Ivandis flail and blisterwood weapons. (500 burned vyrewatch.)
Finished 5,000 games of Castle Wars.
Unlocked maximum access to Mobilising Armies rewards. (401 Rank.)
Defeated all champions.
Achieved level 5 in each Barbarian Assault role.
Completed all court cases.
Completed 25 chimp ice deliveries.
Completed all Barbarian Training with Otto.
Found all barbarian notes in the Ancient Cavern.
Unlocked all rewards from the Artisans Workshop.
Obtained all circus clothing.
Completed the Dahmaroc statue in your player-owned house.
Unlocked the scroll of life ability.
Unlocked the scroll of cleansing ability.
Unlocked the scroll of efficiency ability.
Earned the Vyrelord/Vyrelady title after the Branches of Darkmeyer.
Visited the top of Dominion Tower. (Complete all achievements in Dominion Tower.)
Made a Zaros symbol in Char's training cave.
Kill Sunfreet in the Dominion Tower.
Attain the highest Esteem rank possible (rank 1) from training in the Runespan.
Obtain Song from the Depths hidden rewards.
Obtain all the dragonkin journals by killing the Queen Black Dragon.
Acquire a champion's tackle box from the Fish Flingers distraction and diversion.

Appearance

Completionist cape customiser
The customise screen for the Completionist Cape.

Like clan cloaks and a max cape, the colours of a completionist cape can be customised by using the option in the right-click menu of the cape.

Similar to a dungeoneering master cape, this cape leaves a white particle trail behind the owner. These particles change to gold when upgraded to the trimmed version. The particle colour is not customisable.

Emote

Completionist cape dragon
The dragon in the untrimmed cape's emote.

Players who have managed to achieve this cape can perform an emote in which they transform into a dragon, fly up and hover in the air while burning a classic "RS" sign into the ground before landing and transforming back into a player. The RS symbol disappears when the emote is over.

File:Completionist cape animation.gif
A player performs the cape's emote.
Completionist cape trimmed dragon
The dragon in the trimmed cape's emote is gilded, like a trimmed cape itself.

If this emote is performed with a trimmed cape, your dragon form will be equipped with a set of golden dragon armour and your wings will have their webs gold-plated as well. The movements of the emote however, will remain the same.

Completionist cape (t) emote
A player performs the trimmed cape's emote.

Trivia

  • A completionist cape beats every other cape in all fields of equipment bonuses — except for magic attack, in which god capes give the same bonus, the TokHaar-Kal in defence and strength bonuses, and weight, which is higher than several other capes, including Spotted cape, Spottier cape, and Wicked cape.
  • The completionist cape was first mentioned in the Capes of Distinction Developers' Blog; it was referred to as the "uber cape" at that point.
  • Unlocking all the emotes is not a requirement for the Completionist Cape, for many of them must be bought with real life money.
  • After the player buys their first completionist cape, their Adventurer's Log reads:
    Bought my first completionist cape.
    I visited the Varrock Museum and took rightful ownership of my completionist cape.
  • After obtaining the trimmed cape, their log is updated with:
    Upgraded my completionist cape.
    After incredible effort, I unlocked the final enchantment of Dahmaroc for my completionist cape.
  • With an update on October 2011, the particle trail of the cape was extended.
  • A trimmed completionist cape is still just called "completionist cape" as opposed to "completionist cape (t)".
  • If the player already has a customised max cape when claiming the completionist cape, then the completionist cape will automatically be customised in the same way.
  • Earning the completionist cape broadcasts a message globally.
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Completionist cape getting removed due to a new requirement


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