Cracked runecrafting urn

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Cracked runecrafting urn detail.png

A cracked Runecrafting urn is used with the Runecrafting skill to help gain experience. It will collect rune remnants while crafting runes that require up to and including level 9 Runecrafting. It can also be used while siphoning in Runespan.

It can be created at 4 Crafting by forming a cracked Runecrafting urn (unf) on a potter's wheel (granting 12 experience), requiring 2 soft clay to make. It must then be fired (granting 18 experience) in a pottery oven creating a cracked Runecrafting urn (nr). The urn must then be activated with a pure essence to become a cracked Runecrafting urn (r) before it can be used. Players that do not have the required Crafting level to place the essence in the urn may use the assist system. The urn will become full when the player has earned 1,050 Runecrafting experience with the urn in their inventory.

Once the cracked Runecrafting urn is full, it becomes a cracked Runecrafting urn (full) and can be teleported to Ernie for 210 Runecrafting experience (262.5 with an urn enhancer). You may only own 10 full urns in your inventory/bank at once, if you have 10 full urns a new one will not be started.

Runecrafting urns do not work when siphoning from a Runesphere, regardless of what runes are being siphoned.

Filling[edit | edit source]

Filling urns
RunesLevelExperienceAltar% filling# to fill
Air rune.pngAir rune15Air0.4210
Mind rune.pngMind rune15.5Mind0.5191
Water rune.pngWater rune56Water0.5175
Mist rune.pngMist rune68Air0.7132
Mist rune.pngMist rune68.5Water0.8124
Earth rune.pngEarth rune96.5Earth0.6162

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Runecrafting urns are currently the only set of urns whose rune component is not stackable, resulting in longer production times than other urns.