Culinaromancer's gloves 8

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"Rune gloves" redirects here. For the gauntlets made through the Smithing skill, see Rune gauntlets.
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Culinaromancer's gloves 8, also called rune gloves, are special metal gloves that can be bought from the Culinaromancer's Chest after completion of 7 subquests in Recipe for Disaster (not including the starting subquest). This piece of armour cannot be made using the Smithing skill. Unlike the Rune gauntlets, they can be equipped at any Defence level.

Note that rune gloves cannot be sold back to the Culinaromancer's Chest, or traded with another player. Thus, the only way of getting rid of it would be by using Alchemy or by dropping the gloves. If the player chooses to use an alchemy spell on the gloves, they will get some of the money back.

Rune gloves are very cheap compared to the next pair of gloves in line, the dragon gloves. They cost only 5,000 coins compared to the 100,000 coins cost of Dragon gloves or Barrows gloves, and their bonuses are only slightly lower. Because of this, the majority of player-killers wear Rune gloves over Dragon gloves or Barrows gloves in order to save money. As such, when fighting tough monsters it is advised to bring rune gloves, as they are far cheaper and less time consuming to get back.

Unlike most untradeable items, rune gloves do not turn in to coins upon death in the wilderness. Instead you may run back and retrieve them.

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  • patch 31 January 2012 (Update):
    • Recipe for Disaster gloves have been renamed and had their examine info updated to refer to what armour set they belong to.
  • update 15 March 2006 (Update):
    • Added to game.