Lunarfury (Tier 1)

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Lunarfury (Tier 1) is a Treasure Hunter reward.
If the associated promotion is not currently active, it may not be obtainable.
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Lunarfury (Tier 1) is a set of cosmetic overrides unlocked with lunar spheres collected from Treasure Hunter or by training Runecrafting during 5 to 10 April 2017. It can be upgraded into Lunarfury (Tier 2) with lunar shards or by wearing it while training Runecrafting or Mining.

The pack consists of:

  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Boots, created with 4,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Cape, created with 10,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Chest, created with 8,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Gloves, created with 4,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Helm, created with 8,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Legs, created with 8,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Maul, created with 8,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Shieldbow, created with 8,000 lunar spheres
  • Lunarfury (Tier 1) Staff, created with 8,000 lunar spheres

The full outfit can be created for 42,000 lunar spheres, and the full weapon set can be created for 24,000 lunar spheres, for a total of 66,000 lunar spheres.

When purchasing the lunarfury outfit, the player is awarded Runecrafting experience per override. The experience awarded is 20,000 for the helmet, chest, legs and weapons; 10,000 for the gloves and boots; and 25,000 for the cape.

As long as one piece of the override set is activated while training Runecrafting or Mining, fortification points will be added toward the upgrade cost. 50 points are awarded after every 5 minutes of training. 35,000 fortification points are required to upgrade the set to Lunarfury Tier 2.

Gaining points prompts the message Your Lunarfury armour has become more fortified - [X]/35,000. These messages will be filtered out if your game message settings are on filter.

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  • patch 28 January 2019 (Update):
    • Players with the physical items of the outfit have had them removed and unlocked in the wardrobe.