|Release||26 November 2007 (Update)|
|Exchange||131,522 coins (info)|
|Examine||Grand Exchange set containing a rune full helm, platebody, legs and kiteshield.|
A rune armour set (lg) is an armour set requiring level 50 defence (platebody requires Dragon Slayer) to equip and is from the Grand Exchange. It can only be made into a set by exchanging it with the Grand Exchange clerks. It contains a rune platebody, rune platelegs, rune full helm, and a rune kiteshield. Right-click on a Grand Exchange clerk and then click sets and exchange the box for the armour. Sets are commonly used to reduce the amount of bank space taken up, which is especially useful for free-to-play players.
|Rune full helm||19,805 [graph]|
|Rune platebody||37,762 [graph]|
|Rune platelegs||37,337 [graph]|
|Rune kiteshield||31,337 [graph]|
Components and BonusesEdit
|Rune full helm||-||-||-||-||-||-||170||0||0||-||-||-|
Set cost vs individual itemsEdit
The individual pieces of the set cost 126,241 coins to buy separately. The set costs 131,522 coins. The price difference from buying each items individually instead of buying the set is 5,281 coins less.
Set cost vs crafting from rune barsEdit
Smithing a rune full helm, rune platebody, rune platelegs and rune kiteshield takes a total of 13 rune bars, costing 180,531 coins. Buying the rune bars and selling the armour sets on GE results in a profit/loss of -49,009 coins.
|Item||bars||cost||GE Price of item||Profit/loss|
|Rune full helm||2||27,774||19,805||-7,969|
|Totals||13||180,531|| Individual items: 126,241|
Armour set: 131,522
| Individual items: -54,290|
Item set: -49,009