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2007 rune
Classic Runestone
Rune platebody
Rune platebody
Release date 23 September 2001 (Update)
Members? No
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Lendable? Yes
Equipable? Yes
Stackable? No
High Alch 39,000 coins
Low Alch 26,000 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price 65,000 coins
(Oziach)
Exchange price 38,009 coins (info)
Buy limit 100
Examine Provides excellent protection.
Weight 9.9 kg
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The rune platebody is a platebody made of runite. Completion of Dragon Slayer is required to buy this item from Oziach and to equip it. Statistically, it is the best non-degradable melee chest armour available for non-members. It used to be considered the best platebody made with conventional metals in both free-to-play and pay-to-play, but was surpassed with the release of the While Guthix Sleeps quest and the dragon platebody. This item can be bought from Oziach after completing the Dragon Slayer quest, the Grand Exchange in Varrock, or from other players. Players can make this item with the Smithing skill at level 99 using five rune bars thereby gaining 375 experience.

Rune platebodies have the same stats as a sacred clay platebody which can only be used by members. Heroes in East Ardougne have a slightly lighter coloured version of this item which cannot be obtained by players.

The rune platebody has fallen in price dramatically after the reintroduction of Free Trade and the Wilderness on 1 February 2011, dropping from approximately 70,000 to 40,000 coins. This correlates with the ability to take your opponent's items on death. Also with a fixed store price of 65,000 and Free Trade reinstated, anyone who moved to higher leveled chestpieces who wished to sell off their Rune Platebody would experience a price ceiling with the 65,000 coin vendor price ever present.

Combat Stats
Skill requirements
50 Defence-icon
Class Slot
Attack Melee Torso slot
Weapons Main Off
Damage - -
Accuracy - -
Style - -
Attributes
Defence-icon Armour rating195
Constitution-icon Life bonus1200
Prayer-icon Prayer bonus0
Critical bonuses
Attack-icon0% Ranged-icon0% Magic-icon0%
Rune armour set (lg) equipped
A player wearing a rune platebody
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Dropping monstersEdit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Animated Rune Armour 116 1 1Always
General Graardor 210 1 2Common
Scutarius 150 1 3Uncommon
King Black Dragon 120 1 3Uncommon
Celestial dragon 182 1 3Uncommon
WildyWyrm 382, 562 1 4Rare
Ice troll runt 74 1 5Very rare
Legio Primus 175 2 (noted) 3Uncommon
Legio Secundus 175 2 (noted) 3Uncommon
Legio Tertius 175 2 (noted) 3Uncommon
Legio Quartus 175 2 (noted) 3Uncommon
Legio Quintus 175 2 (noted) 3Uncommon
Legio Sextus 175 2 (noted) 3Uncommon
Vorago 230 3–5 (noted) 3Uncommon
Airut 175 1 3Uncommon

TriviaEdit

  • Prior to the Personalised Shops update, members could make a profit by buying the platebody at the Blast Furnace Armour Store for 45,000 coins and then selling them at the Grand Exchange for around 70,000 coins. Currently, the Armour Store carries no stock of its own.
  • On the 6 March 2012, after the Armour Graphic update, some players' rune platebodies turned invisible.
  • After the March 2012 update, while wearing the rune platebody, certain necklaces, such as games necklace, parts of the necklace turn invisible. This is probably since the necklace is in a fixed position, and the platebody sticks out more than the previous form, which causes the necklace and platebody to mix, and therefore turn parts of the necklace invisible.
  • While the dragon platebody only takes 92 Smithing to make, the rune platebody requires level 99. This could be because you are only reforging the dragon platebody as opposed to making the rune platebody from five bars of runite.
  • Oziach seems to have a unique design for his rune platebody.
  • Despite the March 2012 graphics update, Heroes in Ardougne still wear the old-styled platebody.


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