Law altar

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Crafting law runes

The Law altar may be found on the northeastern side of Entrana. It is used to craft law runes from pure essence, requiring level 54 Runecrafting and providing 9.5 experience.

Because the altar is on Entrana, no weapons, armour, familiars, Summoning pouches, or Summoning scrolls can be taken to it. See equipment on Entrana for the complete list of allowed and banned items.

Access[edit | edit source]

As with most other Runecrafting altars, it can be accessed via the Abyss. Players can also enter the altar by using a law or omni-talisman on the ruins, or by interacting with them whilst wearing a law or omni-tiara, or wielding a law talisman staff. A wicked hood may also be used to enter the ruins, if it has been imbued with any of the aforementioned talismans or tiaras.

Currently, the fastest way to get there is to use the wicked hood's teleport, which can be used twice a day, or three times if all the wicked robes have been purchased from the Runespan (this can be increased further by adding wicked hood teleport tokens). The second fastest method is to break a Law Altar teleport tablet. Both of these methods teleport the player just outside of the altar. The wicked hood can be obtained by talking to Tam McGrubor, and the teleport tablets by playing the Great Orb Project minigame.

Players can also reach the altar by teleporting to the Port Sarim lodestone, or using the Captain's Log or Arc journal, and boarding the ship to Entrana. Players can then use a teleport close to a bank, such as the TokKul-Zo or War's Retreat, to resupply. For crafting large amounts of runes using Lodestones, vis wax is recommended for quick home teleports, as well as having the skip boat cutscenes setting enabled.

Experience[edit | edit source]

The maximum likely limit for crafting law runes in one visit is 246. This would be achieved by having 90 Runecrafting and carrying 246 essence: 23 in the normal inventory, 48 in the 5 sizes of Runecrafting pouches, as well as the 175 which can be claimed from the wicked hood (if all the wicked robes have been purchased). The maximum possible experience, without bonuses, is 2,337 if the above actions are performed.

Tiaras[edit | edit source]

A law tiara may be created at this altar by using a normal tiara on the altar whilst carrying a law talisman. Doing so will grant 47.5 Runecrafting experience.

Music Unlocked[edit | edit source]

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!
  • patch 4 October 2021 (Update):
    • The names of Runecrafting altars and mysterious ruins now reflect their associated runes.
      • The altar has been renamed from "Altar" to "Law altar".
      • The mysterious ruins have been renamed from "Mysterious ruins" to "Law ruins".
  • patch 1 September 2015 (Update):
    • An Entrana equipment check has been added to the Law altar's exit portal.
  • patch 25 May 2010 (Update):
    • Fixed the glow effect of the Law Altar.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Inside the altar, the floor has a pattern which looks like a scale, one of the two items held by Lady Justice, whose likeness is found on many courts of law.
  • Using the orb of oculus, one can see the Nature Altar to the west, the Body Altar to the east, and the kiss the frog random event area to the south.
  • The Law Altar was built by the Moon Clan, which was then a faction of the Fremennik mountain tribe. It is believed to have been built upon the very spot where Saradomin first set foot upon Gielinor in the Second Age.
  • The Law Altar cannot currently be accessed with an omni-talisman staff, because it is not allowed on Entrana.