|Build name||Oak staircase|
|Release||31 May 2006 (Update)|
|Examine||• I can climb these stairs.|
• They go down.
|Object ID||13499, 13500|
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An oak staircase can be built in the staircase hotspot of the dungeon, quest hall, and skill hall in a player-owned house. It requires 27 Construction, 10 oak planks, 4 steel bars, a saw, and a hammer to build. When built, it earns the player 680 experience.
The direction that non-spiral staircases face when built can be chosen from any angle that the room is built, as all rooms, after selection and prior to building, can be rotated with all of the room's hotspots visible. By default, the stairs will slope down away from the direction it is built, and must be rotated clockwise or anticlockwise twice in order to face the player.
Other complications associated with staircases involve adding rooms, or changing the staircase.
A staircase added to a skill hall on the regular level will prompt the player to build it "up" or "down". When building an "up" staircase, then attempting to climb the staircase, the construction interface will ask the player if they want to add a room at the top of the staircase. The rooms available at the top are either a quest hall or a skill hall. If the player builds a "down" staircase, they have an additional option of building a dungeon.
Update history[edit | edit source]
- patch 10 May 2021 (Update):
|Rune case space|
|RuneFest case space|
|Fishing trophy space|
|Head trophy space|
|Guild trophy space|
|Bookcase space (Bookcase)|