Ingot (historical)

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Ingot (historical) was removed after an update.
The contents of this page no longer exist in RuneScape, and this article is kept for historical purposes.
This article is about the material used in the Artisans' Workshop. For the resource used in the Clan Citadel and referred to as "ingots" in behind the scenes, see Precious metal bars.
The interface for the furnace to smelt ingots.

Ingots were items made by the player in the Artisans' Workshop, to be used to make many different items such as burial armour, mine cart tracks, ceremonial swords, and repairing cannons. Ingots came in 4 qualities, 1 (I), 2 (II), 3 (III), and 4 (IV), the IV variant being the purest and the I type being the least pure. The only exception were bronze ingots, which only existed as Bronze ingot I. Free players can smith grade I to III, while members can smith all 4 grades.

When the smelter interface was opened, it would offer the grades and metals of each ingot available, along with the number of ores at hand. This number did not count the ones in the inventory, nor the required amount. Instead, it showed the max amount it could hold at one time, allowing for power smithing. The player was required to input their bank PIN upon logging in and attempting to use it.

Boosts could not be used to create ingots of a higher level than that which the player had.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 1 June 2011 (Update):
    • Ingots no longer clip through the conveyor belt in Artisans Workshop.