Everlight silvthril

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Everlight silvthril is an Archaeological material that can be obtained through excavating material caches or various excavation sites, requiring level 51 Archaeology, at various dig sites around RuneScape.

Everlight silvthril is required to restore various artefacts. As players increase their Archaeology level and use higher tier mattocks, they are able to excavate Everlight silvthril at quicker rates.

Everlight silvthril, like other Archaeology materials, can be stored in the material storage container. An unlimited amount of Everlight silvthril can be stored in the material storage container.

History[edit | edit source]

Everlight silvthril was a mithril and silver alloy developed by the icyene and used in the Third Age. It was used by the icyene of the Everlight, who used it to make weapons, armour and art.

During the God Wars, an aviansie inventor codenamed 'Howl' blended Everlight silvthril with hellfire metal, warforged bronze, and Stormguard steel utilising quintessence as a catalyst to create a new metal, which was named aetherium alloy.

Material caches[edit | edit source]

Excavation site Members Amount Requirements
Barrows mounds excavation site Yes 3 N/A
Everlight - Dominion Games stadium excavation site Yes 2 42 Archaeology

Sources[edit | edit source]

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 29 June 2020 (Update):
    • The Grand Exchange buy limits for all Archaeology materials have increased from 1,000 to 5,000.