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PrayEvil was removed after an update.
The contents of this page no longer exist in RuneScape, and this article is kept for historical purposes.
A picture of the RuneScape Classic stats interface, showing the divided Magic and Prayer skills.
Upon merge, the Prayer book was empty until 24 May 2001.

PrayEvil was an early form of Prayer that existed when RuneScape Classic was first released. It was the antithesis of PrayGood. Players who chose to be an adventurer started out with level 3 PrayGood and level 3 PrayEvil.[1] While players could train the Prayer skills by burying normal bones (the only remains to exist initially), the skills had no actual function. PrayEvil was removed from the skill list on 10 May 2001 with the update lots of small improvements, which reorganized the skills list. Prayer would return on 24 May 2001 as a single unified Prayer skill. The new skill would take some of the old spells, as well as many new effects, which could be activated as toggleable Prayers.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • update 10 May 2001 (Update):
    • PrayEvil removed from skill list as part of reorganisation.
  • update 4 January 2001 (Update):
    • Runescape beta goes live, releasing PrayEvil into the game.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In Devious MUD, it is probable the relevant skill was Prayers-Evil.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Silverion. Classes – starting stats. Tip.It. 15 February 2001. (Archived from the original on 3 March 2001.) "Adventurer: Pray Good/Evil +2"