Prayer armour is gear that is used to reduce the rate that Prayer points are drained when prayers are active. Most Prayer armour items require a certain Defence and/or Prayer level to equip; the higher level an item requires, the greater Prayer bonus it will provide, in turn slowing the rate at which Prayer points are drained.
Unlike the general categories of armour (melee, magic, or ranged), there are items that may be considered uniquely Prayer equipment as they simply possess Prayer bonuses and no Style bonuses, however some Prayer-related items do have Armour bonuses and/or Life bonuses.
- 1 Prayer bonus
- 2 Free-to-Play Prayer-related equipment
- 2.1 Prayer robes
- 2.2 Rune god armour
- 3 Pay-to-Play Prayer-related equipment
- 3.1 Vestment robes
- 3.2 White/Temple Knight armour
- 3.3 Void Knight equipment
- 3.4 Necromancer outfit
- 3.5 Third age prayer set
- 3.6 Dragon Rider armour
- 3.7 Barrows equipment
- 3.8 Ports armour
- 3.9 Shields
- 3.10 Accessories and Other items
- 3.10.1 Damaged god books
- 3.10.2 Tirannwn quivers
- 3.10.3 Witchwood icon
- 3.10.4 Salve amulet
- 3.10.5 Unholy symbol
- 3.10.6 Red/Blue Soul Wars cape
- 3.10.7 Castle Wars halos
- 3.10.8 Healer's insignia
- 3.10.9 Dungeoneering necklaces
- 4 Best Prayer armour
Prayer bonus[edit | edit source]
Prayer armour is typically worn in order to slow down the rate Prayer points are drained; the higher the Prayer bonus is, the slower the player's Prayer points will drain when using any Prayer. Prayer bonuses can be viewed in the Equipment and Stats window. Here, players can see all their bonuses, including Prayer.
Each point of Prayer bonus reduces the drain rate by 1% of the regular drain rate of the Prayer(s). A general formula for the time (interval) between dropping Prayer points with a given Prayer bonus is:
Where the drain interval is the number of seconds per point (i.e. 1 point per x seconds).
For example, if a player uses the Protect from Melee prayer with a Prayer bonus of 0, their Prayer points would drain at a rate of 1 point every 0.4 seconds. If that player then equips armour giving a Prayer bonus of +20, the drain rate of this Prayer is slowed to 100 – 20 = 80%, so the drain interval becomes , or 1 point per 0.5 seconds instead of 1 point every 0.4 seconds.
Note, however, Prayer bonuses do not help to stave off the side-effects of locations (such as the Barrows crypts and tunnels) and NPCs which drain Prayer.
The Prayer/Drain rate calculator may be used to see the prayer drain rate based on which prayer(s) are active with a specific prayer bonus, alongside other scenarios.
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Prayer robes[edit | edit source]
Prayer robes are often used in situations where the extended use of prayers has a higher priority than defensive bonuses, such as when killing monsters with infrequent and low hits, or when continued use of an increased heal rate prayer is necessary.
For free-to-play players, Monk's robes are notable for providing the highest prayer bonus in non-member worlds. Citharede robes are comparable to Monk's robes in terms of bonuses, however they have their own niche in the way that they restore a player's Prayer points upon listening to one of the various musicians spread through RuneScape.
|Citharede robe top||-||-||3|
|Citharede robe bottom||-||-||2|
|Druid's robe (top)||-||-||4||133|
|Druid's robe (bottom)||-||-||4||102|
|Monk's robe (top)||-||-||6||409|
|Monk's robe (bottom)||-||-||5||299|
|Priest gown (top)||-||-||3||74|
|Priest gown (bottom)||-||-||3||57|
|Shade robe (top)||-||-||5|
|Shade robe (bottom)||-||-||4|
|Zamorak robe (top)||34.5||-||3||904|
|Zamorak robe (bottom)||-||-||3||464|
Rune god armour[edit | edit source]
Rune god armour is a possible reward from Hard and Elite Treasure Trails, and a very rare drop from the cremation of vyre corpses. Wearing the armour requires level 50 Defence, whilst the platebodies additionally require the completion of the Dragon Slayer quest to equip. Although the pieces are rewards from members content, non-member players can still purchase and equip these items.
As the name implies, each set is affiliated with a particular god: Guthix, Saradomin, Zamorak, Armadyl, Bandos, or Zaros. The armour gives the same defensive bonuses as rune armour, but with a small prayer bonus. They are trimmed with a colour representative of their god (green for Guthix, white for Saradomin, red for Zamorak, silver-white for Armadyl, brown for Bandos and purple for Zaros) and has each god's symbol. Wearing the armour of the corresponding god will make creatures in the God Wars Dungeon non-aggressive towards a player, with the exception of Guthix who is not represented there. Additionally, Zaros (ancient) armour will not make creatures in the Zarosian area of the God Wars Dungeon tolerant towards you.
Note that only the Ancient, Armadyl, and Bandos kiteshields provide a Prayer bonus, a trait not shared with the remaining Rune god kiteshields.
|Rune full helm (Ancient)||50||170||-||1||1,162,596|
|Rune platebody (Ancient)||50||195.5||-||1||1,254,335|
|Rune platelegs (Ancient)||50||187||-||1||1,158,828|
|Rune kiteshield (Ancient)||50||170||-||1||1,146,310|
|Rune plateskirt (Ancient)||50||187||-||1||1,033,338|
|Rune full helm (Armadyl)||50||170||-||1||1,084,863|
|Rune platebody (Armadyl)||50||195.5||-||1||1,164,059|
|Rune platelegs (Armadyl)||50||187||-||1||1,097,322|
|Rune kiteshield (Armadyl)||50||170||-||1||1,138,033|
|Rune plateskirt (Armadyl)||50||187||-||1||1,062,902|
|Rune full helm (Bandos)||50||170||-||1||1,119,965|
|Rune platebody (Bandos)||50||195.5||-||1||1,163,559|
|Rune platelegs (Bandos)||50||187||-||1||1,135,692|
|Rune kiteshield (Bandos)||50||170||-||1||1,087,094|
|Rune plateskirt (Bandos)||50||187||-||1||1,048,908|
|Rune full helm (Guthix)||50||170||-||1||23,873|
|Rune platebody (Guthix)||50||195.5||-||1||39,488|
|Rune platelegs (Guthix)||50||187||-||1||38,090|
|Rune kiteshield (Guthix)||50||170||-||1||31,200|
|Rune plateskirt (Guthix)||50||187||-||1||36,364|
|Rune full helm (Saradomin)||50||170||-||1||39,921|
|Rune platebody (Saradomin)||50||195.5||-||1||54,027|
|Rune platelegs (Saradomin)||50||187||-||1||39,495|
|Rune kiteshield (Saradomin)||50||170||-||-||33,296|
|Rune plateskirt (Saradomin)||50||187||-||1||38,007|
|Rune full helm (Zamorak)||50||170||-||1||40,827|
|Rune platebody (Zamorak)||50||195.5||-||1||48,300|
|Rune platelegs (Zamorak)||50||187||-||1||39,636|
|Rune kiteshield (Zamorak)||50||170||-||-||32,635|
|Rune plateskirt (Zamorak)||50||187||-||1||37,746|
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Vestment robes[edit | edit source]
Vestment robes are prayer sets aligned to one of six major gods, and are obtained through Easy to Elite Treasure Trails. Level 60 Prayer, 40 Magic, and 40 Defence are required to wear the entire set. However, each type of equipment has its own requirements:
- Robe top: 20 Prayer (and 40 Defence for the Ancient, Armadyl, and Bandos pieces)
- Robe legs: 20 Prayer (and 40 Defence for the Ancient, Armadyl, and Bandos pieces)
- Mitre: 40 Prayer, 40 Magic, and 40 Defence
- Cloak: 40 Prayer (and 40 Defence for the Ancient, Armadyl, and Bandos pieces)
- Stole: 60 Prayer
|Ancient robe top||20||40||144.4||-||2||828,289|
|Ancient robe legs||20||40||138.1||-||2||778,533|
|Ancient mitre ||40||40||125.6||-||2||1,149,566|
|Armadyl robe top||20||40||144.4||-||2||754,760|
|Armadyl robe legs||20||40||138.1||-||2||747,058|
|Armadyl mitre ||40||40||125.6||-||2||1,167,812|
|Bandos robe top||20||40||144.4||-||2||733,123|
|Bandos robe legs||20||40||138.1||-||2||758,766|
|Bandos mitre ||40||40||125.6||-||2||1,120,671|
|Guthix robe top||20||-||-||-||4||786,796|
|Guthix robe legs||20||-||-||-||4||829,626|
|Guthix mitre ||40||40||125.6||-||5||866,352|
|Saradomin robe top||20||-||-||-||4||885,220|
|Saradomin robe legs||20||-||-||-||4||838,694|
|Saradomin mitre ||40||40||125.6||-||5||883,534|
|Zamorak robe top||20||-||-||-||4||826,493|
|Zamorak robe legs||20||-||-||-||4||817,469|
|Zamorak mitre ||40||40||125.6||-||5||875,500|
White/Temple Knight armour[edit | edit source]
White equipment[edit | edit source]
White equipment or White Knight equipment is a group of armour that may be purchased from the White Knight Master Armoury, run by Sir Vyvin in the White Knights' Castle. As their name suggests, the equipment is the same equipment used by the White Knights of Falador. When purchasing the equipment through the store, the player must meet a certain rank with the White Knights. To equip the White Knight armour the player must have completed the Wanted! quest, and have level 25 Defence and Prayer.
|White full helm||25||25||76.2||-||1||4,587|
|White sq shield||25||25||76.2||-||1||2,444|
Initiate armour[edit | edit source]
Initiate armour is equipment purchased from Sir Tiffy Cashien in Falador after the completion of the Recruitment Drive quest. This armour is effectively similar to its white counterpart, but has a higher prayer bonus. Interestingly, the armour requires level 25 Defence and only 10 Prayer to equip, despite White armour requiring 25 Prayer and providing less of a prayer bonus.
Proselyte armour[edit | edit source]
Proselyte armour is equipment associated with the Temple Knights, that may be purchased from Sir Tiffy Cashien in Falador after the completion of the The Slug Menace quest. Alongside the completion of the quest, level 30 Defence and 20 Prayer are required to equip the armour. This armour is effectively similar to its mithril armour counterpart, but provides a prayer bonus.
Void Knight equipment[edit | edit source]
Void Knight equipment is an offensive set of the Hybrid class gear that may be purchased from the Void Knights with Void Knight commendation points, earned through the minigames Pest Control and Conquest. To be eligible to purchase, and therefore equip, the items a player must have level 42 in Attack, Strength, Defence, Constitution, Ranged, Magic, in addition to level 22 Prayer. The full available set consists of three helmets (magic, ranged and melee), a robe top, robe bottoms, gloves, a deflector, a mace, and a seal (amulet).
The armour itself does not possess a damage bonus; however, equipping three armour pieces along with one of the three helmets, a player gains a set effect which provides bonus damage and accuracy - the equipped helmet will constitute the set effect's orientation, making it either magic, ranged, or melee. All pieces of the armour set can be upgraded to a Superior version, which simply increases the armour value further, whilst the top and bottom pieces can be upgraded to an Elite version as well, which slightly increases armour but also provides a Prayer bonus. Additionally, the top and bottom pieces can be upgraded further into a Superior Elite version which combines the increased armour from the Superior version and the Prayer bonus from the Elite version.
Please note that the table below only shows the Elite and Superior Elite versions of the Void Knight top and bottom pieces, as they are the only armour pieces in the set that provide a Prayer bonus; other pieces may be found on the main page for Void Knight equipment.
|Elite void knight top (guardian)||22||42||104.4||-||2|
|Elite void knight robe (guardian)||22||42||99.8||-||2|
- ^ Note that the second column depicted as 'Combat' refers to the level 42 requirements for Attack, Strength, Defence, Constitution, Ranged, and Magic.
|Superior elite void knight top (guardian)||22||42||144.4||-||2|
|Superior elite void knight robe (guardian)||22||42||138.1||-||2|
- ^ Note that the second column depicted as 'Combat' refers to the level 42 requirements for Attack, Strength, Defence, Constitution, Ranged, and Magic.
Necromancer outfit[edit | edit source]
The Necromancer outfit is a set of magical robes that can be crafted using items obtained during the Shades of Mort'ton minigame. With 10 fine cloth, a necromancer kit and level 85 Crafting players can convert a single piece of the Dagon'hai set into a single piece of the necromancer set. The necromancer kit can only be found in a gold chest, which can only be opened with a gold key. Neither the kit nor the set are tradeable. Players need 3 necromancer kits and 30 pieces of fine cloth to convert the entire set.
It is worth noting that upgrading the Dagon'hai set forfeits the power armour bonuses and converts the Necromancer set into level 40 tank armour, identical to splitbark equipment, but with an additional +10 bonus to Prayer. This process is reversible but the fine cloth will be lost.
|Necromancer robe top||40||144.4||-||5|
|Necromancer robe bottom||40||138.1||-||3|
Third age prayer set[edit | edit source]
Third age prayer set is a set of Third age equipment obtained through elite Treasure Trails. They have a level 65 Prayer and Defence requirement to equip, and are the only items in the Third age equipment group to offer Prayer bonuses. Typically these robes are not worn for their Prayer bonuses or armour rating, but rather to show of a player's wealth due to their price.
|Third age druidic wreath||65||65||259.8||-||2||335,079,710|
|Third age druidic robe top||65||65||298.7||-||3||111,896,637|
|Third age druidic robe bottom||65||65||285.7||-||2||72,498,333|
|Third age druidic cloak||65||65||38.9||-||2||48,936,314|
Dragon Rider armour[edit | edit source]
Dragon Rider armour is a set of all-class armour that provides the highest Prayer bonus for any items in each of its respective armour slots. The gloves and boots are dropped by the King Black Dragon, the helmet, body, chaps, and cape are dropped by Celestial dragons, and the matching amulet is awarded after the completion of the One of a Kind quest. Additionally, a Dragon Rider kit may be used to upgrade the gloves and boots to their superior versions providing an even higher Prayer bonus.
|Dragon Rider helm||70||196.6||-||7||194,748|
|Dragon Rider body||70||226||-||10||418,724|
|Dragon Rider chaps||70||216.2||-||7||371,704|
|Dragon Rider cape||70||29.4||-||6||407,122|
|Dragon Rider gloves||60||36.6||-||2||384,516|
|Dragon Rider boots||60||36.6||-||2||942,614|
|Superior Dragon Rider gloves||70||49.1||-||3||1,353,455|
|Superior Dragon Rider boots||70||49.1||-||3||1,911,553|
Barrows equipment[edit | edit source]
Akrisae the Doomed's equipment[edit | edit source]
Akrisae the Doomed's equipment is a Barrows set of degradable Hybrid class armour. Equipping the full set requires completion of Ritual of the Mahjarrat, as well as 70 Magic, 70 Prayer, and 70 Defence. Pieces may be obtained by killing Akrisae the Doomed in the Barrows, after completion of the aforementioned quest.
The equipment has no weaknesses and can be used with any combat style. The set effect drains enemies' prayer points. Similar to other Barrows armours, the pieces all degrade over time until they reach 0%, and give no stat bonuses in this state, but may be repaired.
|Akrisae's robe top||70||70||226||-||2||976,436|
|Akrisae's robe skirt||70||70||216.2||-||2||561,815|
- ^ This set also requires 70 to equip.
Verac the Defiled's equipment[edit | edit source]
Verac the Defiled's equipment is a Barrows set of degradable Melee class armour. Equipping the full set requires 70 Defence. Pieces may be obtained by killing Verac the Defiled in the Barrows. Verac's set used to be the only set of Barrows equipment to give a prayer bonus until the release of the Akrisae's set, which also provides a higher prayer bonus but a lower armour bonus.
The equipment has a weakness to Magic, and is used for Melee combat. The set effect gives abilities the chance to deal increased damage. Similar to other Barrows armours, the pieces all degrade over time until they reach 0%, and give no stat bonuses in this state, but may be repaired.
Ports armour[edit | edit source]
Superior tetsu armour[edit | edit source]
Superior tetsu armour is a set of untradeable melee tank armour that requires level 85 Defence to equip. Creating a full set of Superior tetsu armour requires level 90 Smithing and 200 plates from player-owned ports; plate is obtained infrequently from standard voyages, but may also be obtained from the Whaler's or Memory's respective resource voyages, or through several joint voyages. There are matching gloves and boots for this set, however they do not grant a Prayer bonus.
Superior tetsu armour degrades to a broken state after 72,000 charges of combat, but may be repaired for coins at a Repair NPC or armour stand, or via trade goods at the anvil in the player-owned port.
Wearing any four (or more) pieces of the Superior tetsu armour set grants a passive ability, Iron Fist, which gives an approximate 1/3,125 chance to obtain a ports resource crate when defeating an opponent.
|Superior tetsu helm||85||435.6||320||2|
|Superior tetsu body||85||500.9||640||3|
|Superior tetsu platelegs||85||479.1||480||2|
Superior seasinger's equipment[edit | edit source]
Superior seasinger's equipment is a set of untradeable magic tank armour that requires level 85 Defence to equip. Creating a full set of superior seasinger's equipment requires level 90 Runecrafting and 200 chi from player-owned ports; chi is obtained infrequently from standard voyages, but may also be obtained from the Occultist's or Tengu's respective resource voyages, or through several joint voyages. There are matching gloves and boots for this set, however they do not grant a Prayer bonus.
Superior seasinger's equipment degrades to a broken state after 72,000 charges of combat, but may be repaired for coins at a Repair NPC or armour stand, or via trade goods at the workbench in the player-owned port.
Wearing any four (or more) pieces of the Superior seasinger's equipment set grants a passive ability, Call of the Sea, which gives an approximate 1/3,125 chance to obtain a ports resource crate when defeating an opponent.
|Superior seasinger's hood||85||435.6||320||2|
|Superior seasinger's robe top||85||500.9||640||3|
|Superior seasinger's robe bottom||85||479.1||480||2|
Superior Death Lotus armour[edit | edit source]
Superior Death Lotus armour is a set of untradeable ranged tank armour that requires level 85 Defence to equip. Creating a full set of superior Death Lotus armour requires level 90 Crafting and 200 lacquer from player-owned ports; lacquer is obtained infrequently from standard voyages, but may also be obtained from the Convict's or Exile's respective resource voyages, or through several joint voyages. There are matching gloves and boots for this set, however they do not grant a Prayer bonus.
Superior Death Lotus armour degrades to a broken state after 72,000 charges of combat, but may be repaired for coins at a Repair NPC or armour stand, or via trade goods at the workbenchin the player-owned port.
Wearing any four (or more) pieces of the superior Death Lotus armour set grants a passive ability, Death Knot, which gives an approximate 1/3,125 chance to obtain a ports resource crate when defeating an opponent.
|Superior Death Lotus hood||85||435.6||320||2|
|Superior Death Lotus chestplate||85||500.9||640||3|
|Superior Death Lotus chaps||85||479.1||480||2|
Shields[edit | edit source]
Broodoo shields[edit | edit source]
Broodoo shields are a unique type of shield that may be created with 35 Crafting by right-clicking on a tribal mask and selecting the make-shield opton with two snakeskins and eight nails in your inventory, granting 100 Crafting experience. The colour of the mask from which it was made determines the colour of the shield. All broodoo shields require 25 Defence to wear.
Broodoo shields have a unique passive effect when used in combat, similar to the black mask; it has a 10% chance of draining an opponent's Combat stat by 1, and then 5% of their remaining total. The enemy must be in close range, it must still have over half of its life points, and its skills must be at the base levels for them to be affected. There are 3 types of broodoo shields: Melee, Magic, and Ranged.
- The blue broodoo shield is a Melee shield that lowers the opponent's Defence level.
- The orange broodoo shield is a Ranged shield that lowers the opponent's Strength level.
- The green broodoo shield is a Magic shield that lowers the opponent's Attack level.
The number following the name of the broodoo shield represents the number of charges left on the shield, starting at 10. Every time the passive effect is used, this amount will decrease by one. There is no way to recharge the shield after the charges have been depleted, however it does not affect the shield or its stats once they are all used.
|Broodoo shield (blue)||Melee||25||25||76.2||-||2||2,567|
|Broodoo shield (orange)||Ranged||25||25||76.2||-||2||2,780|
|Broodoo shield (green) ||Magic||25||25||76.2||-||2||2,491|
- ^ Note that the second column depicted as 'Combat' refers to the level 25 skill requirements related to the shields' respective class; i.e. the Broodoo shield (green) requires level 25 Magic.
Faithful shield[edit | edit source]
The faithful shield is a shield that can be bought at Castle Wars from Lanthus for 200 gold Castle wars tickets. It has a high Prayer bonus and no Defence requirement to wield. It has the same stats as an adamant kiteshield but with a 5 Prayer bonus and hybrid versatility.
Falador shields[edit | edit source]
The Falador shields are a group of shields that are rewarded for completing the Falador achievements. There are four shields in total, one for each set of achievements. They are obtained from Redbeard Frank, the Chemist, and Squire Asrol respectively, and can be re-obtained for free. In addition to their armour rating and Prayer bonus, the shields offer unique passive and active abilities - of which can be found on their respective pages.
|Falador shield 1||51.4||-||3|
|Falador shield 2||76.2||-||4|
|Falador shield 3||107.2||-||5|
|Falador shield 4||146.4||-||5|
Spirit shields[edit | edit source]
Spirit shields are a range of shields available to members after completing Summer's End. There are six types of spirit shield, the stronger ones being upgraded versions of the basic spirit shield. A spirit sigil can be attached to a blessed spirit shield to further upgrade the shield; there are four different sigils: Arcane, Divine, Elysian, and Spectral. When a sigil is attached to a blessed spirit shield, that shield will have the same name as the sigil used. Each sigil gives the shield different bonuses and/or abilities, and are only obtained as a drop from the Corporeal Beast. Level 90 Prayer and level 85 Smithing are required to attach a sigil to a blessed spirit shield, and is not able to be assisted.
|Blessed spirit shield||Melee||60||70||297.2||35||3||851,296|
|Arcane spirit shield||Magic||75||75||338.8||-||3||10,148,645|
|Divine spirit shield||Melee||75||75||338.8||-||3||8,589,301|
|Elysian spirit shield||Ranged||75||75||338.8||-||3||15,224,600|
|Spectral spirit shield||Magic||75||75||338.8||210||3||1,600,751|
Accessories and Other items[edit | edit source]
Damaged god books[edit | edit source]
Damaged books are Prayer items held in the pocket slot. One book is given to the player upon completion of the Horror from the Deep quest, and the others become purchasable from Jossik for a fee of 5,000 coins each. It should be noted that the books affiliated with the main gods (Saradomin, Guthix, and Zamorak) must be completed before the remaining books become available to the player. The books are damaged in their initial state, and must be filled with four god pages before they confer offensive bonuses in all combat styles and provide a passive special attack related to their god; until then they will only provide the Prayer bonus.
Please note that the Damaged books can be upgraded into a God book or an Illuminated god book to give a higher prayer bonus, however they provide a style bonus and have not been included on this page for consistency.
|Damaged book (Ancient)||30||-||-||2|
|Damaged book (Armadyl)||30||-||-||2|
|Damaged book (Bandos)||30||-||-||2|
|Damaged book (Guthix)||30||-||-||2|
|Damaged book (Saradomin)||30||-||-||2|
|Damaged book (Zamorak)||30||-||-||2|
Tirannwn quivers[edit | edit source]
Tirannwn quivers are a group of pocket slot items that are rewarded for completing the Tirannwn achievements. There are four quivers in total, one for each set of achievements. They are obtained from the Elf Tracker, Gwir, Arianwyn, and Elen Anterth respectively, and can be re-obtained for free. In addition to their Prayer bonuses, they offer the unique ability to store arrows or bolts, albeit only one stack at a time.
|Tirannwn quiver 1||-||-||1|
|Tirannwn quiver 2||-||-||2|
|Tirannwn quiver 3||-||-||3|
|Tirannwn quiver 4||-||-||4|
Witchwood icon[edit | edit source]
The witchwood icon is a necklace designed to protect players from the screams of cave, unspeakable and sea horrors found in the Mos Le'Harmless Caves and The Shadow Reef respectively. It requires level 35 Slayer to equip and negates the horrors' special attack, which can damage players for 10% of their total life points when within melee range.
Salve amulet[edit | edit source]
The salve amulet raises the wearer's damage and accuracy in all combat styles by 15% while attacking undead monsters. It is a reward from the Haunted Mine quest. A salve amulet may be enchanted by completing the Lair of Tarn Razorlor miniquest, providing the same Prayer bonus but with additional style bonuses and raises the wearer's damage and accuracy by a further 5% to a total of 20%.
Unholy symbol[edit | edit source]
An unholy symbol is a silver symbol blessed to imbue it with the unholy power of Zamorak. Players can only smelt and string the symbol after completing Observatory Quest and speaking to the Spirit of Scorpius, but it is not required to bless the symbol with a Book of Chaos or Book of Balance.
Red/Blue Soul Wars cape[edit | edit source]
The Soul Wars capes are rewards for the completion of the Nomad's Requiem quest. The capes cannot be taken into a Soul Wars game; however, the capes inside the minigame provide the same bonuses, provided players have completed Nomad's Requiem. The red cape is identical in bonuses to the blue Soul Wars cape. Zimberfizz can change the colour of a Soul Wars cape between red and blue for free at any time.
Castle Wars halos[edit | edit source]
The Castle Wars halos are a set of rewards from the Castle Wars minigame, purchased from Lanthus for 300 gold Castle Wars tickets each. There are a total of three that repesent Guthix, Saradomin, and Zamorak. Although they provide only armour bonuses, when worn they reduce the drain rate of stat-boosting prayers (not Ancient Curses) by 33% of the normal rate; this is equivalent to a prayer bonus of +33.
Halos[edit | edit source]
Healer's insignia[edit | edit source]
The healer's insignia is a reward from the Barbarian Assault minigame which can be purchased with 500 healer points, with a Healer level of 5 and the Penance King has been defeated at least five times. When charged with an insignia recharge, the insignia increases the life points restored by any food by 5%. When it is uncharged, there's a 1% bonus to lifepoints healed from food, however, the Prayer bonus still remains.
Dungeoneering necklaces[edit | edit source]
The split dragontooth necklace and the demon horn necklace are Dungeoneering rewards that can be purchased from the rewards trader for 17,000 and 35,000 Dungeoneering tokens respectively, and require 60 Prayer and 60 Dungeoneering, and 90 Prayer and 90 Dungeoneering to purchase respectively. When worn the necklaces restore Prayer points when burying certain bones, including via the use of a bonecrusher, or when absorbing ashes via an attuned ectoplasmator. The amount of Prayer points restored is dependent on the type of bone/ash that was buried/absorbed; more information can be found on the respective pages.
Dungeoneering necklaces[edit | edit source]
|Split dragontooth necklace||-||-||4|
|Demon horn necklace||-||-||5|
Best Prayer armour[edit | edit source]
Best members' prayer bonus[edit | edit source]
The following armour gives the highest possible prayer bonus for members; this section does not exclude items that provide a Style bonus unlike the rest of this page. Refer to each individual item's respective page for requirements and more information.
|Head||Halos||0 (+33 invisible boost)|
|Boots||Superior Dragon Rider boots||+3|
|Body||Dragon Rider body||+10|
|Legs||Dragon Rider chaps||+7|
|Shield||Falador shield 4 / Falador shield 3||+5|
|Gloves||Superior Dragon Rider gloves||+3|
|Cape||Dragon Rider cape||+6|
|Neck||Dragon Rider amulet||+10|
|Ring||Ring of death||+3|
|Ammo||Tirannwn quiver 4||+4|
|Total||+70 (+103 from halo)|