Player-owned port/Rewards

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Among the range of rewards available from player-owned ports are degradable level 85 armours: Tetsu armour, which is melee class; Death Lotus armour, which is ranged class; and Seasinger's robes, which are magic class. These items can be created by players with 90 Smithing, Crafting, and Runecrafting respectively (non-assistable, unboostable, and the materials are untradeable). Players can create two versions of this armour: tradeable versions with slightly lower stats that crumble to dust when fully degraded, and more costly untradeable "superior" versions with slightly higher stats that can be repaired with coins or trade goods. Other available rewards include the high level food Rocktail soup, level 85 weapons, and Scrimshaws (again superior and tradeable), which are items for the pocket slot. To learn how to make each type of reward an Eastern scroll, in four pieces must be found by "scroll voyages". A scroll voyage will recover the next piece of the scroll selected on the ports interface (or Captain's log) when the ship is dispatched - if a completed scroll is selected the voyage is wasted.

In addition to completing the scroll and having the required skill levels, creating reward items requires a quantity of trade goods. Trade goods can be earned infrequently from Standard voyages, but are most commonly earned from Special voyages with one of the twelve adventurers who frequent the port. To more efficiently make any of the reward items, it is beneficial to have both the skill level required to make the reward item and the skill level required to attract the appropriate adventurer. Trade goods cannot be earned from voyages to the Arc or the Skull.

Trade goods[edit | edit source]

Trade goods are not a reward in their own right, but they are used in the port's Workshop to create the items described in the scrolls. The player's current supply of these items is shown under the Resources drop down menu at the top of the main port screen. The maximum number of trade goods that can be stored is 250. Any successful voyages after this will not increase the total.

Titles[edit | edit source]

Titles are unlocked by increasing your Port Score, found in your captain's log. The titles are found under Descriptions in the Titles section of the Customisation screen. In the Captain's Log, the First Mate title is referenced as First Officer. This is likely an error in the Captain's Log.

Score Title
1 [Name] the Cabin Boy/the Cabin Girl
400 Bo'sun [Name]
800 First Mate [Name]
1,200 Cap'n [Name]
1,600 Commodore [Name]
2,000 Admiral [Name]
3,500 Admiral of the Fleet [Name]
4,500 Portmaster [Name]

Your port score is increased by your activities within the port, different activities awarding different amounts of port score.

Action Score Max Qty Subtotal
Every 5k Distance travelled[1] +1 1,200 1,200
Each scroll piece found +3 108 324
Each port upgrade constructed[2] +10 37 370
Each ship upgrade unlocked +5 62 310
Each adventurer met +50 12 600
Each story mission done +20 84 1,680
Each clue found[3] +10 18 180
Maximum port score 4664
  1. ^ The maximum distance travelled is 6,000,000. After this point any distance travelled will no longer contribute to your port score.
  2. ^ Upgrading the icon spots, totem spots, and portal doesn't increase your port score.
  3. ^ Only the first 3 clues for an adventurer increase your port score.

Armour[edit | edit source]

Tetsu armour[edit | edit source]

Tetsu armour is melee tank armour that requires level 90 Smithing to make, and level 85 Defence to wear.

Creating a full set of superior Tetsu armour requires 200 plates and grants 60,000 Smithing experience. A full set of tradeable Tetsu armour requires 160 plates, and also grants 60,000 Smithing experience.

Additionally Superior tetsu kote and Superior tetsu kogake can be unlocked in The Arc, and smithed in Player-owned port. Each piece requires 20 plates. Counting these the full superior set requires 240 plates and grants 70,000 Smithing experience.

Plate is obtained infrequently from standard voyages, and can be obtained from the Whaler's special voyages, the Memory's special voyages, and the Whaler and Biologist's joint voyages. The Whaler requires level 90 Fishing and the Biologist requires level 90 Herblore to unlock.

Tetsu Armour Scroll Pieces
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Tetsu scroll piece 0.png Tetsu scroll piece 1.png Tetsu scroll piece 2.png Tetsu scroll piece 3.png Tetsu scroll piece 4.png

Tetsu helm.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tetsu helmTetsu helm (Superior)
Tetsu body.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tetsu bodyTetsu body (Superior)
Tetsu platelegs.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tetsu platelegsTetsu platelegs (Superior)

Seasinger's robes[edit | edit source]

Seasinger's robes are magic tank armour that requires level 90 Runecrafting to make, and level 85 Defence to wear.

Creating a full set of superior Seasinger's robes requires 200 Chi globes and grants 60,000 Runecrafting experience. A full set of tradeable Seasinger's robes requires 160 chi globes, and also grants 60,000 Runecrafting experience.

Additionally Superior seasinger aonori and Superior seasinger asari can be unlocked in The Arc, and made in Player-owned port. Each piece requires 20 Chi globes. Counting these the full superior set requires 240 chi globes and grants 70,000 Runecrafting experience.

Chi globes are obtained infrequently from standard voyages, and can be obtained from the Occultist's special voyages, the Tengu's special voyages, and the Occultist and Missionary's joint voyages. The Occultist requires level 90 Runecrafting and the Missionary requires level 90 Prayer to unlock.

Sea Singer's Robes Scroll Pieces
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Sea singer scroll piece 0.png Sea singer scroll piece 1.png Sea singer scroll piece 2.png Sea singer scroll piece 3.png Sea singer scroll piece 4.png

Seasinger's hood.png: RS3 Inventory image of Seasinger's hoodSeasinger's hood (Superior)
Seasinger's robe top.png: RS3 Inventory image of Seasinger's robe topSeasinger's robe top (Superior)
Seasinger's robe bottom.png: RS3 Inventory image of Seasinger's robe bottomSeasinger's robe bottom (Superior)

Death Lotus armour[edit | edit source]

Death Lotus armour is ranged tank armour that requires level 90 Crafting to make, and level 85 Defence to wear.

Creating a full set of superior Death Lotus armour requires 200 Lacquer and grants 60,000 Crafting experience. A full set of tradeable Death Lotus armour requires 160 lacquer, and also grants 60,000 Crafting experience.

Additionally Superior Death Lotus tabi and Superior Death Lotus tekoh can be unlocked in The Arc, and crafted in Player-owned port. Each piece requires 20 Lacquer. Counting these the full superior set requires 240 lacquer and grants 70,000 Crafting experience.

Lacquer is obtained infrequently from standard voyages, and can be obtained from the Convict's special voyages, the Exile's special voyages, and the Convict and Assassin's joint voyages. The Convict requires level 90 Thieving and the Assassin requires level 90 Slayer to unlock.

Death Lotus Armour Scroll Pieces
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Death Lotus scroll piece 0.png Death Lotus scroll piece 1.png Death Lotus scroll piece 2.png Death Lotus scroll piece 3.png Death Lotus scroll piece 4.png

Death Lotus hood.png: RS3 Inventory image of Death Lotus hoodDeath Lotus hood (Superior)
Death Lotus chestplate.png: RS3 Inventory image of Death Lotus chestplateDeath Lotus chestplate (Superior)
Death Lotus chaps.png: RS3 Inventory image of Death Lotus chapsDeath Lotus chaps (Superior)

Reefwalker's cape[edit | edit source]

Reefwalker's cape is a defensive cape with great armour and life point bonuses. Requires 90 crafting to make, 85 Defence to wear, 90 construction to attract the Architect and/or 90 Hunter to attract the Hunter who offer Koi Scales in their special voyages. Creating the tradeable version of the cape requires 80 Koi scales, and the superior version requires 100 Koi scales. Collecting all scroll pieces for this cape is a Completionist cape requirement.

Leviathan ring[edit | edit source]

Leviathan ring is a defensive ring that has a small chance to reduce the damage you take by half. Requires 90 crafting to make, and 85 Defence to wear. Creating the tradeable version of the ring requires 80 pearls, and the superior version requires 100 pearls.

Weapons[edit | edit source]

Death Lotus darts[edit | edit source]

Death Lotus dart.png: RS3 Inventory image of Death Lotus dartDeath Lotus dart (off-hand) (ranged weapon): 92 Fletching to make; 85 Ranged to wield.

Tetsu swords[edit | edit source]

Tetsu katana.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tetsu katanaTetsu katana (main-hand melee weapon): 92 Smithing to make; 85 Attack to wield.

Tetsu wakizashi.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tetsu wakizashiTetsu wakizashi (off-hand melee weapon): 92 Smithing to make; 85 Attack to wield.

Seasinger wand and orb[edit | edit source]

Seasinger kiba.png: RS3 Inventory image of Seasinger kibaSeasinger kiba (main-hand mage weapon): 92 Runecrafting to make; 85 Magic to wield.

Seasinger makigai.png: RS3 Inventory image of Seasinger makigaiSeasinger makigai (off-hand mage weapon): 92 Runecrafting to make; 85 Magic to wield.

Scrimshaws[edit | edit source]

Scrimshaws are items that use the pocket slot. Level 85-95 Fletching and 2-10 Ancient bones are required to create the Scrimshaws.

Ancient bones are obtained infrequently from standard voyages, and can be obtained from the Missionary and Biologist's special voyages. The Missionary requires level 90 Prayer and the Biologist requires level 90 Herblore to unlock.

Scrimshaw scroll pieces
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Scrimshaw scroll piece 0.png Scrimshaw scroll piece 1.png Scrimshaw scroll piece 2.png Scrimshaw scroll piece 3.png Scrimshaw scroll piece 4.png
Item Version
Log-splitting scrimshaw.png Log-splitting scrimshaw Inferior Superior
Rock-crushing scrimshaw.png Rock-crushing Scrimshaw Inferior Superior
Tree-shaking scrimshaw.png Tree-shaking Scrimshaw Inferior Superior
Gem-finding scrimshaw.png Gem-finding Scrimshaw Inferior Superior
Whopper-baiting scrimshaw.png Whopper-baiting Scrimshaw Inferior Superior
Casket-salvaging scrimshaw.png Casket-salvaging Scrimshaw Inferior Superior
Scrimshaw of vampyrism.png Scrimshaw of Vampyrism Inferior Superior
Scrimshaw of attack.png Scrimshaw of Attack Inferior Superior
Scrimshaw of the elements.png Scrimshaw of the Elements Inferior Superior
Scrimshaw of magic.png Scrimshaw of Magic Inferior Superior
Scrimshaw of cruelty.png Scrimshaw of Cruelty Inferior Superior
Scrimshaw of ranging.png Scrimshaw of Ranging Inferior Superior

Eastern soups recipe scroll[edit | edit source]

Eastern soups recipe scroll pieces
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Recipe scroll piece 0.png Recipe scroll piece 1.png Recipe scroll piece 2.png Recipe scroll piece 3.png Recipe scroll piece 4.png

Sailfish soup heals a maximum of 2,600 (with a Constitution level of at least 96) and can boost a player's life points by an extra 15% above their maximum life points.

Rocktail soup heals a maximum of 2500 life points (with a Constitution level of at least 95) and can boost your life points by an extra 15%. It is made from spices and rocktail, requires a Cooking level of 93 to make it at the port workshop, and gives 525-600 Cooking experience (depending on the tier of your workshop). It is tradeable. There is a limit on the number of spices you can store in port, up to 250 can be kept. Any more spices will be lost. So it could be wise to get the recipe scrolls quickly as to not waste any spices.

Spices are obtained infrequently from standard voyages, and can be obtained from the Assassin's special voyages. The Assassin requires level 90 Slayer to unlock.

The Port Management interface does not have the option to look for Shark soup scroll fragments. Although shark soup was present on the item list of the Grand Exchange, and despite being introduced to the list in the same update as rocktail soup, it could not be cooked at any known location in RuneScape—the stoves in the Workshop constructed within the port only offer the ability to prepare rocktail soup.

There are several hints present that would seem to indicate that shark soup was merely a remnant of previous development stages and was not intended to be created through Player-owned ports: the shark soup healed fewer life points than its presumed ingredient, a shark; and its starting price on the Grand Exchange was only 1 coin as opposed to rocktail soup, which appeared first with a value of 5,000 coins. Shark soup was eventually released as unrelated content.

Gift of Gu[edit | edit source]

The Gift of Gu is a reward for successful completion of the special voyage "Charity Begins at Home", offered by The Tengu (requires level 90 Agility).

The voyage will only be offered after The Tengu's three clue voyages have been completed, and only when the port focus is set to The Shield. When the voyage is offered, the player should speak to The Tengu upstairs in Surula's bar and offer a donation of chimes. If the voyage is successful, the Gift of Gu parcel will be received and will contain a random reward. If not all of the Gu outfit is owned, a donation of 25,000 or more chimes will guarantee a parcel containing one of the rewards and a Gu outfit item that the player does not already own.

Possible reward are:

Experience[edit | edit source]

Experience reward icon.png

When a player receives a special voyage with the reward of experience listed, the player will receive experience in the skill associated with whichever adventurer is connected to that voyage.

Update history[edit | edit source]

The update history project is a work-in-progress – not all updates to this topic may be covered below. See here for how to help out!
  • patch 22 January 2018 (Update):
    • Certain player-owned ports armour pieces no longer show a broken item charge tooltip.
  • patch 30 January 2017 (Update):
    • Examining degraded tradeable variants of player-owned ports armours will no longer show an incorrect cost if an interface is open.
  • patch 31 October 2016 (Update):
    • Melee, magic and ranged five-piece Ports armour sets can now be added to the PoH armour case. If a three-piece set was previously stored in the armour case, then only the helm, body and legs will be given on first withdrawal.
    • Repairing PoP armour on your PoH armour stand now requires one fewer click and displays the cost in a more readable format.
  • patch 6 June 2016 (Update):
    • Superior armour earned through player-owned ports now correctly degrades upon death.
  • patch 18 August 2014 (Update):
    • The life points listed in the description for the rocktail soup scroll now matches the new value.
  • patch 13 January 2014 (Update):
    • XP missions from a Player-Owned Port no longer display incorrect reward information.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Prior to the first Player-owned Ports update, it was possible to change the focus of a forgotten scroll to another one of the same type before the ship arrived. This would give you a piece of the current scroll, instead of the original.
  • The Rocktail Soup scroll used to say that Rocktail Soup healed its old amount of 2,400 (instead of the current 2,500). This was patched after 16 March 2015.