Forum:Skillcape, Skill Cape, or Cape of Accomplishment?
This varies throughout RuneScape Wiki, but on the actual skillcape page, it says "Skillcape", but many other places on the wiki, it says Skill Cape, and occasionally, Cape of Acomplishment.
Should we set some kind of clarification on this, change all Skill Capes to Skillcape, in my opinion is what should be done, or keep it how it is, or what?
- When talking to a NPC in game that sells skillcapes he called it a skillcape, so Skill Capes should become Skillcapes. 02:22, September 1, 2010 (UTC)
Remember that the Quest point cape is also a Cape of Accomplishment. So that means that Cape of Accomplishment is like a class, and in that class are Skillcapes.--Degenret01 12:11, September 1, 2010 (UTC)
Degen nailed it. If it refers specifically to a Skillcape, not including the Quest point cape, then change it to Skillcape. Otherwise, it should be Cape of Accomplishment. I'm a regular user and I approve this message.
- Just expanding: unless it explicitly does mean a cape obtained by getting a 99 (or 120), then trimmed skillcape should be trimmed cape of accomplishment - while the quest cape currently cannot be trimmed, you can't guarantee that it never will be, or that there never will be more capes of accomplishment that are trim-able which aren't obtained by getting 99/120... At least in my opinion. 00:27, September 2, 2010 (UTC)