Dungeoneering/Equipment

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There are 11 tiers of weapons and armours accessible in the Dungeoneering skill. Players are limited in their use of equipment by their combat skill levels but not their level in Dungeoneering.

Tier 11 equipment cannot be smithed or crafted by players; they can only be obtained as drops from bosses. Players may host "hunts", dungeons played with the intent of obtaining one of these drops. These have however decreased in popularity since the update that allowed players to solo medium sized dungeons, which heavily increased the chances of finding rare monsters and higher levelled bosses, meaning more rare items dropped.

As with all equipment outside of Daemonheim, you cannot boost any of your combat levels using potions to be able to wield any armour or weapons.

Melee[edit | edit source]

Ranged[edit | edit source]

Magic[edit | edit source]

Slayer rewards[edit | edit source]

Main article: Dungeoneering/Slayer

The following items can be obtained by defeating the various Slayer creatures found throughout each dungeon. A table list of these items and their respective stats can be found on the Dungeoneering Slayer page.

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • ninja 9 October 2017 (Update):
    • Dungeoneering equipment up to and including T50 (Zephyrium, Bovistrangler, Spinoleather, Duskweed, Empowered Water staff) is now equippable and craftable by free players.
    • Dungeoneering T60 equipment (Argonite, Thigat, Gallileather, Soulbell, Empowered Earth staff) isn't craftable for free players, but is still equippable and can potentially be acquired through drops.
  • patch 11 December 2012 (Update):
    • The jousting lance now overrides Dungeoneering spears correctly.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The melee full helms will slowly grow horns and melee shields will slowly grow in size as the tier increases.
  • Most melee weapons look alike in style from tier 1 to 4, then from 5 to 8, from 9 to 10, and all of the primal weapons look different from the other tiers of the same weapon.
  • When you bind any type of rapier, you'll hold it like a chaotic rapier. When it isn't bound, you'll hold it like a dragon scimitar.
  • Ranged armour, like the bovimastyx they are named after, are references to real-life dinosaurs.
  • Tier 7 equipment is free-to-play, but they cannot be created on F2P worlds and could only be obtained as a drop, making them the F2P equivalent of tier 11 equipment.
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