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A gilded altar is the highest level altar that can be built in the Chapel of a player-owned house. It can be used to recharge Prayer. When Bones or Demonic ashes are used with the altar, the player gains 250% of the experience normally received from simply burying the bones. Incense burners add an additional 50% experience per lit burner, achieving a maximum additional 100% bonus when both burners are lit (and a total of 350% of the normal experience received). All incense burners give the same amount of experience and require a clean marrentill and a tinderbox to light. Because of these bonuses, the gilded altar is a popular choice for players wishing to train Prayer.

The total cost to buy all the materials for the altar is 1,178,496 coins, or 1,171,300 coins if purchased from the Stonemason and the Construction Supplies shop.

Bones on Altar

A player using a gilded altar

RequirementsEdit

A Construction level of 75 is required to build a gilded altar. It can theoretically be built as early as level 66 by using a crystal saw (+3 boost to level), a sculpting chisel (+1), and orange spicy stew with three doses of Orange spice (+5). However this is difficult to achieve due to the random (-5/+5) boost that the orange spicy stew provides.

An option with guaranteed success requires 68 Construction and a POH tea (+3) (from Teak shelves) which, combined with the crystal saw and the sculpting chisel, gives a total boost of +7.

Players often advertise their open altars on the official RuneScape forums in the Community section, on the Events thread. Yanille on World 31 also often hosts open altars, and so this world is commonly used for training Prayer.

Experience ratesEdit

Bones/Ashes GE price Prayer exp. Prayer cost/exp.
Accursed ashes Accursed ashes 236 43.75 5.39
Airut bones Airut bones 5,829 463.75 12.57
Adamant dragon bones Adamant dragon bones 7,417 504 14.72
Baby dragon bones Baby dragon bones 580 105 5.52
Bat bones Bat bones 311 18.55 16.77
Big bones Big bones 346 52.5 6.59
Bones Bones 179 15.75 11.37
Burnt bones Burnt bones 859 15.75 54.54
Curved bone Curved bone N/A 52.5 N/A
Dagannoth bones Dagannoth bones 5,092 437.5 11.64
Dragon bones Dragon bones 1,613 252 6.4
Fayrg bones Fayrg bones 5,816 294 19.78
Frost dragon bones Frost dragon bones 12,587 630 19.98
Impious ashes Impious ashes 124 14 8.86
Infernal ashes Infernal ashes 1,135 218.75 5.19
Jogre bones Jogre bones 749 52.5 14.27
Big bones Large monkey bones N/A 63 N/A
Large zombie monkey bones Large zombie monkey bones N/A 17.5 N/A
Long bone Long bone N/A 52.5 N/A
Monkey bones Monkey bones 517 17.5 29.54
Ourg bones Ourg bones 10,334 490 21.09
Raurg bones Raurg bones 49,582 336 147.57
Rune dragon bones Rune dragon bones 13,467 665 20.25
Searing ashes Searing ashes 24,348 700 34.78
Shaikahan bones Shaikahan bones 5,249 87.5 59.99
Tortured ashes Tortured ashes 3,145 315 9.98
Wolf bones Wolf bones 833 15.75 52.89
Wyvern bones Wyvern bones 3,825 175 21.86
Zogre bones Zogre bones 617 78.75 7.83

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