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Fireplaces are interactive scenery items found inside many buildings in RuneScape. Some fireplaces (such as the one in the Sinclair Mansion) can be used like a regular fire to cook any meat or fish and carries the same burn rate.

While the fire in the fireplace remains always lit, it does not allow players to bake or cook food that requires a range such as bread, cakes, pies or pizzas, as it is counted as a normal fire.

Players can also build a clay fireplace, stone fireplace, or a marble fireplace in their homes using the Construction skill at levels 3, 33, and 63 respectively, and can light them with logs.

The fireplace in Falador Farm used to be able to be cooked on, but is now non-interactive and cannot be clicked on. Similar fireplaces can be found in the Gower farm and several unlit ones in houses in Rimmington. There are also a couple of fireplaces in Varrock that can be examined, but not cooked on.

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  • Despite the examine text, most fireplaces lack a grate (except for those in Clan Citadels), a metal frame to hold the burning logs.