The player will need to travel to the Artisans Workshop to make

  • It is one of the best methods of gaining skills in smithing. It's because the process offers the best smithing experience during the game. But the armor you construct will not be worth anything. This is a process that is known to OSRS Gold be expensive that has no rewards, yet will give you plenty of levels of experience. If you're looking for a reference to armor that is of actual benefit in Runescape read our guide to the best non-degradable armor in Runescape.

    The player will need to travel to the Artisans Workshop to make the burial armor. To find the Artisans' workshop, check in the southwest corner Falador. The workshop's eastern end there is a dwarf Suak will be on the stage next to the anvils. He'll be able to show you how to create it. He'll call another dwarf Sten to show you the technique in an animated cut-scene. If you didn't pay attention and you're not sure, you can ask for him to repeat the question.

    When Sten will demonstrate to you, Suak will tell you which piece of armor to create. If you comply with what he requests, you'll receive a bonus exp reward. After Suak's requested armor changes, you can go to the anvil select that piece of armor, and continue your work.

    To create Runescape Burial Armor You'll need a hammer steel, mithril, Adamant, or rune. You'll require smithing at least level 30 because this is the minimum requirement to work with Iron ingots. For working with steel, you'll require Level 45 Smithing. Level 60 for mithril. Level 70 for Adamant and level 90 for Runite.

    While it might seem more cost-effective to work with iron the process is quite slow. When you work with Iron Grade I, you'll receive 40,000 experiences per hour. But if you use Steel Grade I, you'll get 50,000 experience per hour OSRS Gold For Sale. The more valuable the metal a greater grade you use and the greater smithing experience you'll get.