This article is about the level 99 cape. For the level 120 cape, see Dungeoneering master cape.
|Dungeoneering hood. Dungeoneering cape. Dungeoneering cape (t).|
|Release date||12 April 2010 (Update)|
|High Alch||59,400 coins|
|Low Alch||39,600 coins|
|Store price|| 99,000 coins|
(Thok, Master of Dungeoneering)
|Examine||The cape worn by veterans of Daemonheim.|
The Dungeoneering cape can be bought from Thok, who is located south of Daemonheim, by players who have reached level 99 Dungeoneering. The Dungeoneering cape is currently the second rarest skill cape in the game, behind the Dungeoneering Master cape. While wearing the cape, players can perform the skill-specific emote. Each emote begins in a cloud of smoke, and then the player will don a particular set of tier 11 equipment (Celestial robes, Primal equipment or Sagittarian) and perform an emote. The emote ends in another cloud of smoke.
This cape has three different emotes that are performed depending on which weapon is wielded at the time of the emote as well as the armour worn. If the player has no weapons equipped, the emote is entirely random.
- Celestial - the player flourishes the staff and hits the ground with its base.
- Primal - the player spins the sword and stabs it into the ground.
- Sagittarian - the player aims the bow up.
Whilst equipping a magic based weapon, the wearer will perform the Celestial emote; a ranged weapon, the Sagittarian emote; and a melee based weapon, the Primal emote.
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A player wearing the dungeoneering cape
A player wearing an untrimmed dungeoneering cape
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- The Dungeoneering cape, along with the Quest point cape, are the only capes of accomplishment not worn by the seller.
- The Dungeoneering cape is the only skill cape to have multiple emotes.
- The Dungeoneering cape cannot be taken into a dungeon. But a cape stand can be built while training Dungeoneering in pay-to-play. This cape will be untrimmed regardless if you have a trimmed dungeoneering cape or not.
- The Dungeoneering Hood will change the player's eyes from default brown to green, as seen in the Photo Booth.
- The Dungeoneering and the Dungeoneering Master cape emotes are the only emotes, along with Constitution, in which the cape disappears while performing it.
- The Ranged part of the emote looks similar to the emote of the Ranged cape.
- Once level 99 is achieved in the skill, after clicking on the flashing icon in the stats tab, the scroll says "What are you waiting for? Keep going!" telling the players that level 99 is not the final level in this skill.
- Many players mistake the untrimmed Dungeoneering cape for the Dungeoneering master cape as it is very rare, even though the master cape has a slightly different appearance to all skillcapes.
- The Dungeoneering cape is the first cape to have two base colours and a trim.
- The emote is chosen by the highest offensive bonus.