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Seasinger's robes are a set of degradable magic armour unlocked via Player-owned ports. 85 Defence and Constitution are required to wear them. They can be made in the port's workshop at 90 Runecrafting, which is not boostable. The material used to craft them is the trade good Chi.
Before the robes can be made you will need to unlock the ability to make them. To do this, you will need to collect 4 scroll pieces for every piece of the armour you wish to make. A total of 12 scroll pieces is needed to be able to craft all 3 pieces of the armour.
The armour comes in two versions, tradeable and untradeable ('Superior'). The Superior version has higher stats than the tradeable one and lasts longer (12 hours of combat, as opposed to 10 hours for the tradeable version). The Superior version can be repaired, while the tradeable version cannot and will degrade to nothing. The repair cost of the Superior armour set is &00000000021000000000002,100,000 at level 99 Runecrafting.
Upon death from PvP, the Superior versions will be converted to the following regardless of charge:
The more requirements met for Player-owned ports (level 90 in Slayer, Prayer, Herblore, Thieving, Runecrafting, and Fishing), the easier it is to obtain the armour; especially Runecrafting, since the Runecrafting adventurer is likely to give Chi missions.
On 14 January2013, Jagex updated the appearance of the robes to be more in line with the other Player-owned ports armour sets. They were updated to have a hood instead of a headband, and became purple in colour with a red trim.
Seasinger's robes, along with all other player-owned ports armours, received an update on the 4th of March 2013 to their degradation mechanic to allow them to last much longer in combat. They now share the same degradation mechanic as Nex armours.