Nature altar

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Crafting nature runes

The Nature altar may be found north-east of Shilo Village. It is used to craft nature runes from pure essence, providing 9 Runecrafting experience

Access[edit | edit source]

As with most other runecrafting altars, it can be accessed via the Abyss. Players can also enter its ruins by using a nature talisman or an omni-talisman. Players could also simply click on the ruins while wearing a nature tiara, omni-tiara, a wicked hood imbued with any of the above, an omni-talisman staff, or a nature talisman staff.

Currently, the fastest way to get there is to use the wicked hood's teleport, which can only be used 2 times per day, or 3 if all the wicked robes have been purchased from the Runespan. The second fastest way is to break a nature 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 and Treasure Hunter.

Experience[edit | edit source]

The maximum likely limit for crafting nature runes in one visit is 506. This would be achieved by having 91 Runecrafting, giving a 2x bonus, and carrying 253 essence to craft (23 in the normal inventory along with 48 in the 5 sizes of Runecrafting pouches, along with 175 claimed from the wicked hood (if all the wicked robes have been purchased, and 7 from any abyssal Summoning creature), whilst wearing an explorer's ring (which has a 1 in 10 chance of producing an extra rune per essence). The maximum possible experience is 2,277 obtained while doing the above.

Tiaras[edit | edit source]

A nature tiara may be created at this altar by having a nature talisman and a normal tiara in your inventory. The player must use the tiara on the altar. Doing so will earn 45 Runecrafting experience.

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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 "Nature altar".
      • The mysterious ruins have been renamed from "Mysterious ruins" to "Nature ruins".
  • patch 15 February 2021 (Update):
    • It's no longer possible to see through the stones in the Nature Altar.
  • patch 8 April 2019 (Update):
    • The top stones on the pillars in the Nature Rune Temple are no longer floating.

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