The All New Capes of Achievement!

posted by on 31st October 2006, at 4:11pm

In RuneScape once you reach level 99 in a skill you have nothing to look forward to other than being the best at it, WRONG. This month Jagex has released the all new Capes of Achievement in to RuneScape!

The new Capes of Achievement and wondrous things. Each cape dignifies what skill you have mastered, it has a selective color which is quite nice and an icon related to each skill (ex. Fire on firemaking cape). It also adds a very nice defensive bonus, +9 to all defense. If the cape is trimmed it wall also add +4 to prayer.

With all that each cape also has its own special emote, such as the Slayer cape. Its special emote throws a monster into the air and then stomps on it. And the Range cape, it shoots an arrow that appears to be on fire straight up into the air.
The only to these capes outlier is the Quest cape. The quest cape has the same stats as ever skill cape although its difficult to understand. Every time Jagex comes out with a new quest you cape is taken off. If your inventory is full then it well wind up in your bank. If your bank is full then it will end up in your inventory. So you can’t wear your cape when you are doing a quest which is quite disappointing.

Another thing I thought was weird about the capes was the NPCs they placed them on. It seems like they placed on random people to me. For example I always thought that Cap’n Izzy No-Beard was just a poor sad drunken pirate. I thought that they might create new NPCs for these which they, for only one though. That’s pretty much all I have to complain about.

But let’s just all agree though that these are great new things. Overall I think Jagex did a wonderful job on these. It’s a wonderful thing to look forward when aiming for level 99 in a skill or completing every quest. And just to end this article I’m going to tell you who and where to get your cape from. Enjoy!

Attack Cape – Talk to Ajjat in the first floor of the Warriors’ Guild in Burthorpe.
Strength Cape – Talk to Sloane in the second floor of the Warriors Guild in Burthorpe.
Defense Cape – Talk to the Melee guide just south-east of Lumbridge Castle.
Ranging Cape – Talk to the Amour salesmen in the Ranging Guild.
Prayer Cape – Talk to Brother Jered in the top floor Monastery.
Magic Cape – Talk to the Robe Store Owner in the middle level of the Magic Guild in Yanille.
Runecrafting Cape – Talk to Aubury in the rune in south-east Varrock.
Hitpoints Cape – Talk to Surgeon General Tafini in the Duel Arena hospital.
Agility Cape – Talk to Cap’n Izzy No-Beard outside the Agility Arna in Brimhaven
Herblore Cape – Talk to Kaqemeex at the Altar of Guthix, just north of Taverley.
Thieving Cape – Talk to Martin Thwait in the Rouges’ Den in Burthorpe
Crafting Cape – Talk to the Master Crafter in the Crafting Guild.
Fletching Cape – Talk to Hickton in the Archery shop in Catherby.
Slayer Cape – Talk to Duradel in Shilo Village.
Construction Cape – Talk to the Estate Agent in north-east Varrock.
Mining Cape – Talk to the Dwarf guarding the ladders to the Mining Guild in south-east Falador.
Smithing Cape – Talk to Thurgo in his house south of Port Sarim.
Fishing Cape – Talk to the Master Fisher outside the Fishing Guild.
Cooking Cape – Talk to the Head Chef in the Cooking Guild west of Varrock.
Firemaking Cape – Talk to Ignatius Vulcan in the forest south of Seers’ Village.
Woodcutting Cape – Talk to the Woodsman Tutor south of the furnace in Lumbridge.
Farming Cape – Talk to Martin the Master Gardener west of Draynor Village.
Quest Cape – Talk to the Wise Old Man in his house in Draynor Village.

Well that’s all the capes and that’s all I’m going to write for this article. I hope you enjoyed it!

If you have any questions about this or anything else please feel free to PM me on RSBandB or on RuneScape.

With best of luck,


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