Proselyte armour can be obtained after completing the Slug Menace quest from Sir Tiffy Cashien in Falador. The quest is a requirement for wearing the set, along with 30 Defence and 20 Prayer. It has the same stats as its mithril armour counterpart (except for the Prayer bonus).
The armour consists of only three pieces of plate armour, offering either legs (cuisse) or a skirt (tasset). Proselyte armour, when combined with Dragon rider gloves, Dragon rider boots, Illuminated god books, Explorer's ring, Demon horn necklace, and Completionist cape, will give the highest Prayer bonus amongst melee armour. This is due to the fact that a set of full Verac's armour (+18) gives a higher Prayer bonus in total, but includes a two-handed weapon. Akrisae's armour (+24) is also higher, and has a Prayer regenerate effect similar to Guthans Lifepoints regeneration.
Proselyte armour is also a popular substitute for more expensive armour as it provides reasonably good Defence bonuses and offers a notable Prayer bonus.
|Item||Sir Tiffy||Grand Exchange|
|Proselyte sallet||8,000||4,010 coins (update)|
|Proselyte hauberk||12,000||6,278 coins (update)|
|Proselyte cuisse||10,000||5,287 coins (update)|
|Proselyte tasset||10,000||5,323 coins (update)|
| Pros'yte harness m|
(Full set with cuisse)
|25,000||27,610 coins (update)|
| Pros'yte harness f|
(Full set with tasset)
|25,000||25,904 coins (update)|
Note: In the game (and the GE), "Proselyte" in the name of the harnesses (sets) is abbreviated to "Pros'yte".
Components and BonusesEdit
|Mainhand Info||Off-hand Info||Attributes||Strength bonus|
- When Proselyte armour first came out, Jagex made the mistake of making it a free-to-play item. Free players could obtain Proselyte armour from another player through trade, but not wear it.
- Unlike most melee armours with the typical 'metallic' model, wearing Proselyte armour has no effect on the arrow-gathering ability of Ava's Attractor, suggesting that it may not be made out of metal.
- The in-game Prayer guide includes 'Proselyte plateskirt' instead of 'Proselyte tasset', but for the Defence skill guide it says 'Proselyte tasset'. The RuneScape Grand Exchange guide on the website also says 'Proselyte tasset', not 'Proselyte plateskirt'.
- The biblical term Proselyte refers to a convert from Paganism to Judaism in the New Testament.