Completionist cape

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"Comp" redirects here. For the bow type, see composite bow. For the achievement, see Completionist Cape (achievement).
For other variants of this item, see trimmed, hooded.
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The completionist cape is a cape that is awarded to players who have "completed the game" by finishing all major content available. It can be bought in the Varrock Museum for 5,000,000 coins from the museum guard on the top floor by members who have all skills trained up to 99, Dungeoneering, Slayer, and Invention up to 120, completed all quests and tasks, unlocked all the music tracks, magic spells, and completed a number of other requirements listed below. When bought, it comes with a corresponding hood.

The cape's stats are identical to those of max cape - this generally makes the max cape a preferable option in dangerous combat where hybrid bonuses matter, as the max cape is cheaper to reclaim. The TokHaar-Kal-Ket, TokHaar-Kal-Xil, and TokHaar-Kal-Mej are the best capes if the multiple styles of the max and completionist capes are not needed.

The minimum experience to wear the completionist cape is 601,991,332. As new content (quests, tasks, accomplishments, etc.) is introduced, new requirements can be added for the regular or trimmed version of the cape. If a player is wearing the cape when new requirements are added, it will be unequipped and placed in their inventory. If their inventory is full, it will be placed in their bank.

Equipping the untrimmed cape will unlock the [Name] the Completionist title. This title can be used without wearing the cape once unlocked, and will re-lock when the cape is unable to be worn due to new requirements. As long as a player has the right to wear the cape, they may purchase additional capes from the museum guard. Purchasing the cape unlocks a cosmetic override of it in the wardrobe interface. Players who have completed all the requirements for wearing a completionist cape can sit on the Throne of Fame in the Max Guild.

The cape can be upgraded to a trimmed version after completing a list of additional requirements including defeating all champions and assembling the statue of Dahmaroc in the player's house. This does not increase the cape's stats.

The cape dates back to the Second Age, when it was enchanted by the mage Dahmaroc.

A player touches the cape without the requirements.
A player touches the cape with the requirements.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Main article: Skillcape Customiser
The customisation screen for the completionist cape

The colours of a completionist cape can be changed by using the Customise option in the right-click menu of the cape. In the Skillcape Customiser interface, players have the right-click option on any of the four colour palettes to get or set a certain colour via the HSL colour algorithm (hue, saturation, and luminosity). Each colour palette can also be left-clicked to choose a colour using an in-game colour picker.

This cape leaves a particle trail behind the wearer. The particles change from white to gold when upgraded to the trimmed version. The particles' colour is not customisable beyond this.

Other abilities[edit | edit source]

The completionist cape has several abilities, all of which are shared with other items and methods of access.

The update of 24 June 2019 removed many of the benefits of the completionist cape, making them available at all times instead.

Skillcape perks

The Capes of Accomplishment each have a perk. The Max, completionist, and trimmed completionist capes can hold up to 3 of those perks by using the respective cape on the max or completionist capes. This will consume the Cape of Accomplishment. The selected perks are then applied on any cape the player is wearing, with exception of skillcapes, master skillcapes, and expert capes (for those capes their own respective perks take priority). For a list of perks see Cape of Accomplishment#List of Capes of Accomplishment and perks.

Requirements[edit | edit source]

Members can buy the cape and hood on the top floor of the Varrock Museum for 5,000,000 coins from the museum guard. Attempting to touch the cape without meeting all requirements will turn the player into a random animal (including monkeys, squirrels, and chickens) and knock them away from the cape. They will also be given a list of remaining achievements. The quickest way is to open the Hero interface: the Achievements tab contains a list of both untrimmed and trimmed cape requirements both of which can be filtered to only show outstanding achievements. Another method for maxed players is to use the right-click option on the throne in the Max Guild.

Regular[edit | edit source]

There are 75 achievements in this subcategory (showing 75).

Trimmed[edit | edit source]

Emote[edit | edit source]

Wearing this cape and using the cape emote performs an emote in which the player transforms into a dragon, flies up and hovers in the air while burning a classic "RS" sign into the ground before landing and transforming back into the player. The RS symbol disappears when the emote is over.

If this emote is performed with a trimmed cape, the dragon is gilded; adding a gold plating to the wing membranes and along the dragon's neck and head. The movements of the emote remain the same.

Comparison with other capes[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 12 August 2019 (Update):
    • You can now choose a skillcape emote correctly when wearing a Completionist cape.
  • patch 22 July 2019 (Update):
    • The Attack, Ranged, and Magic bonuses of the Max, Comp, and Comp (T) capes have been increased from 26 to 31.
  • patch 1 July 2019 (Update):
    • There was a small case where players who had not purchased the Max cape but were Comped/Trimmed were not able to benefit from the Max Cape perks passive benefit. A check has now been added to the Comp and Trim capes to fix this issue.
    • We've re-added the missing 100 life bonus if you've unlocked the Max and/or Completionist Cape.
  • update 24 June 2019 (Update):
    • Removed the Reaper Crew requirement, added Bean There, Done That as a requirement.
    • Reduced the equipment bonuses of the cape (to be equal to the max cape) so that it is no longer best-in-slot. The removed bonuses were added to the Reaper Crew achievement, which applies to every cape when unlocked.
    • Removed most of benefits of the cape that it inherits from other capes, moving them to either be permanently enabled or activatable bonuses, including:
    • Removed the fire/kiln cape effect when fighting Ice strykewyrms to make that a cape-exclusive bonus
    • Upon purchasing the completionist cape, a cosmetic override version is automatically unlocked, including the normal and hooded cape, as well as the hood.
  • ninja 26 March 2018 (Update):
    • Added skillcape perk icons to the tooltip of the max and completionist capes.
  • patch 11 September 2017 (Update):
    • Bank PIN protection has been added when attempting to destroy a completionist cape.
  • hotfix 5 September 2017 (Update):
    • The date displayed about the Menaphos amnesty period when equipping a Completionist or Master Quest cape was corrected.
  • hotfix 29 August 2017 (Update):
    • The Menaphos amnesty check to the Slayer skill when attempting to wear a Completionist cape was reinstated.
  • patch 29 February 2016 (Update):
    • Players no longer need to log out and in to re-equip their keepsaked master quest cape or completionist capes after achieving the last requirement.
  • patch 8 June 2015 (Update):
    • A blank line that appeared on remaining requirements when attempting to equip a Completionist cape with only one remaining music track has been removed.
  • ninja 26 May 2015 (Update):
    • Players can now check their completionist cape and trimmed completionist cape requirements under the 'Heroes' tab, along with a toggle to hide completed requirements.
  • patch 7 February 2012 (Update):
    • Completionist cape skill requirements are no longer cut off if trying to list too many skills.
  • patch 1 November 2011 (Update):
    • The completionist cape now uses correct grammar when a player only has 1 music track left to unlock.
  • patch 25 October 2011 (Update):
    • The max and completionist capes can now be manually set to colour values of 0.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Prior to update on 24 June 2019, the completionist cape beat every other cape in all fields of equipment bonuses except for weight, which was higher than several other capes. Since the update the completionist cape has stats identical to the max cape.
  • The completionist cape was first mentioned in the Capes of Distinction Developers' Blog; it was referred to as the "uber cape" at that point.
  • Unlocking all emotes is not a requirement for the Completionist cape, as many of them must be bought with real life money, and some are discontinued.
  • After the player buys their first completionist cape, their Adventurer's Log reads:
    Bought my first completionist cape.
    I visited the Varrock Museum and took rightful ownership of my completionist cape.
  • With an update in October 2011, the particle trail of the cape was extended.
  • There was previously a bug where if the cape was keepsaked and a max cape or second completionist cape is customised, it would not immediately change the keepsaked cape. However, wearing the actual cape, deactivating and reactivating the override, or logging in and out would make the change take effect. This has since been fixed.
  • Earning or trimming the completionist cape for the first time broadcasts a message globally.
  • As of the patches made on 17 December 2013, the cape will only convert to 5 million coins if lost in the Wilderness, and normally remains as an item in a grave. However, if a player possesses another cape before they return to their grave in attempt to obtain multiple capes, the one in the grave will be converted to 5 million coins.
  • With the update of player-owned ports on 7 January 2014, the cape's life points stats and armour rating were upgraded to match those of the superior reefwalker's cape.
  • The completionist cape used to be the most expensive item purchased from a store or NPC.
  • On 1 July 2014, the armour bonus of the cape changed from 207 to 65.
  • The Completionist cape used to change back to its original colours upon entering the wilderness or other PvP-enabled areas due to cosmetic overrides not being permitted in such locations. The max cape would do so as well. This has since been fixed.
  • The update on 24 August 2015 made it possible for Ironmen and Hardcore Ironmen to receive the Completionist cape.
  • There was a bug where, if a player owned a keepsaked cape and lost the requirements to use it and then regained such ability, the keepsaked cape would sometimes remain locked until the player logged out and back in. This even happened if the item was equipped from the inventory or bank. This was fixed on 29 February 2016.
  • Despite the stated requirement of having completed all quests, the requirement actually checks for maximum quest points. Thus, it is not necessary to complete all quests to meet this requirement if a player completed the original version of a later reworked quest (i.e. if a player has completed Romeo and Juliet prior to its removal, completion of Gunnar's Ground is not necessary to meet this requirement). However, starting or completing all the reworked quests may be necessary to meet other requirements, such as unlocking music tracks.
  • When the completionist cape was first released, the examine text said: "You have completed RuneScape; go outside."