Quest Cape

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The Quest Cape, formerly known as the quest point cape, is worn by players who completed all quests and achieved the current maximum number of quest points, completing the Quest Cape achievement. Quest Cape can be purchased for 99,000 coins alongside the Quest Cape hood from Wise Old Man in Draynor Village. Players who have completed all quests will receive a world broadcast, but only when the cape is purchased for the first time.

If a player has already completed the older version of a quest (e.g. Black Knights' Fortress which has been replaced by The Death of Chivalry), they don't have to complete the reworked quest to get this cape. From 20 March 2023, the maximum quest points are 436, with the most recent quest being Murder on the Border.

When new quests are released, the cape will become unequipped and owners of the cape will have to complete the new quests before being allowed to wear it. When unequipped (after a new quest) the cape and hood will go into the player's inventory if there is enough room, or into the player's bank. If there is room in neither of those, the cape will find its way to the Wise Old Man, who can give it back to the player free of charge. The same limitations apply to keepsaked versions, which will instead be hidden from the override list.

The Quest Cape can be added to the skillcape rack at the Player Lodge on Anachronia. When stored this way, the player will receive the Quest Cape perk even if they are temporarily unable to wear the cape.

The Quest Cape is the only Cape of Accomplishment not associated directly with a skill. As such, it can neither be trimmed nor be used to trim other capes. Quest Capes are bluish white in colour with cyan shoulder pads.

Talking to Wise Old Man gives an option to toggle the appearance of the cape to a retro version, overriding the normal appearance and making it look similar to how it did before the 2015 graphical update. Despite it not being a new item, the retro cape can be used with a keepsake key.

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Quest Cape emote sound
Plays when performing emote

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The jingle that plays during the emote
Plays when performing emote

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Perk[edit | edit source]

The Quest Cape's perk adds 30 seconds onto the player's time in Tears of Guthix and brings together a variety of lore-related teleports into one item.

Up to three perks of the capes of accomplishment can be added to the max cape, the completionist cape, the trimmed completionist cape, and their master versions. Up to two perks of the capes of accomplishment of a specific skill type can be added to the respective Expert cape of Accomplishment. This can be done by using a Cape of Accomplishment with the desired perk on one of the capes. The cape of accomplishment is then lost in the process. To make space for other perks, it is possible to later remove the added perks, but with no reimbursement. All of the added perks are shared among max cape, completionist cape, trimmed completionist cape, and their master versions, thus it is not possible to have different configurations of perks on the different capes.

The teleports provided by this cape are:

Minimum skill level[edit | edit source]

The minimum unboostable levels required to wear the Quest Cape are:

Total level: 2100
Attack 79Constitution 80Mining 80
Strength 85Agility 83Smithing 82
Defence 80Herblore 80Fishing 72
Ranged 78Thieving 85Cooking 70
Prayer 80Crafting 80Firemaking 82
Magic 81Fletching 75Woodcutting 80
Runecrafting 61Slayer 80Farming 65
Construction 81Hunter 76Summoning 75
Dungeoneering 75Divination 80Invention 1
Archaeology 74Combat 112Quests 436
Music ----Tasks 30RuneScore ----
Hover for XP and rank. Ranks for RuneScape.

The minimum total experience required for earning the Quest Cape is currently 42,587,392 without boosts (39,495,869 with boosts).

Highest skill requirements' quests[edit | edit source]

The quests requiring the highest skill levels, along with the levels required (without boosts) are:

Skill Level Quest
Agility Agility 83 Pieces of Hate
Archaeology Archaeology 74 City of Senntisten
Attack Attack 79 The Mighty Fall
Constitution Constitution 80 River of Blood
Construction Construction 81 Pieces of Hate
Cooking Cooking 70 Recipe for Disaster: Freeing King Awowogei
Crafting Crafting 80 The Light Within
Defence Defence 80 The Brink of Extinction
Divination Divination 80 The Light Within
Dungeoneering Dungeoneering 75 Plague's End
Farming Farming 65 While Guthix Sleeps
Firemaking Firemaking 82 Pieces of Hate
Fishing Fishing 72 Crocodile Tears
Fletching Fletching 75 River of Blood
Herblore Herblore 80 The Light Within, River of Blood
Hunter Hunter 76 The Lord of Vampyrium
Magic Magic 81 One of a Kind
Mining Mining 80 Birthright of the Dwarves
Prayer Prayer 80 The Light Within
Ranged Ranged 78 River of Blood
Runecrafting Runecrafting 61 The Prisoner of Glouphrie
Slayer Slayer 80 The Light Within
Smithing Smithing 82 Birthright of the Dwarves
Strength Strength 85 Birthright of the Dwarves
Summoning Summoning 75 Plague's End
Thieving Thieving 85 Pieces of Hate
Woodcutting Woodcutting 80 The Light Within
Combat Combat 85[h 1] Dream Mentor
Quests Quest points 176[h 2] Recipe for Disaster: Defeating the Culinaromancer
Skills Achievements Fremennik (Hard)

[h 3]

Blood Runs Deep
  1. ^ The combat skills required for other quests will result in a combat level of 112.
  2. ^ Only required for 10th and final subquest.
  3. ^ Blood Runs Deep requires completion of all Easy, Medium, and Hard Fremennik achievements.

Required for completing[edit | edit source]

Obtaining this cape and maintaining the maximum amount of quest points is a requirement to complete the following:

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Store locations[edit | edit source]

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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 20 February 2023 (Update):
    • Fixed an issue where Quest Cape Perk could not be activated from the third perk slot on worn Max Capes and any eligible back slot items.
  • hidden 13 February 2023 (Update):
    • Renamed from "Quest point cape" to "Quest Cape".
  • patch 23 January 2023 (Update):
    • The Quest Cape's perk can now be activated from the Max Cape Perk interface.
  • hidden 23 January 2023 (Update):
    • This item's tooltip has been updated to include the text: "Provides teleports to locations around Gielinor.".
  • patch 27 July 2020 (Update):
    • Fixed an issue where the Quest Cape would not respond correctly to the options checked in the Retro Skillcapes menu.
  • patch 24 August 2015 (Update):
    • Players can now consistently alchemise Quest Capes.
  • patch 8 June 2015 (Update):
    • The Quest Cape has been graphically updated. The option to toggle it to the old version - as well as attach a hood to either version - is available from the Wise Old Man.
  • ninja 9 June 2014 (Update):
    • The brightness of bloom on the quest cape emote has been reduced.
  • patch 4 June 2013 (Update):
    • The quest cape no longer clips with superior tetsu armour.
  • patch 30 April 2013 (Update):
    • The quest cape no longer clips with a female character's chest.
  • patch 7 February 2012 (Update):
    • The Quest cape animation has been improved to place the player inside the glowing effect.
  • patch 26 October 2009 (Update):
    • Removed the restriction for storing your quest cape in your Player-owned house if you don't have all quests complete.
  • patch 9 June 2009 (Update):
    • Improved the logic involved with the Quest Cape when logging in.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

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The music that plays when you purchase a quest cape

  • The Quest Cape originally required a player to earn maximum quest points, rather than to complete all quests. The update on 13 February 2023 converted a number of miniquests to quests awarding 0 quest points, necessitating the change.
  • The cape's emote is the only Cape of Accomplishment emote to include its own music.
  • Prior to an update on 10 August 2009, the Rag and Bone Man wishlist miniquest must also have been completed in order for a player to achieve this cape. Now only the quest itself need to be completed in order to obtain the quest cape.
  • The Quest Cape was the only Cape of Accomplishment that did not have its appearance changed on the Cape of Accomplishment graphic rework. It did however receive a graphical update on 8 June 2015 with the Slayer Belt update.
  • Before the 20 July 2015 update and after the release of retro skillcapes, players were able to keepsake the retro version of the skillcape and wear it without meeting the requirements. This has since been fixed.
  • Prior to an update in August 2015, the Quest Cape was the only Cape of Accomplishment that couldn't be alchemised.
  • If a Quest Cape is added to a max cape, completionist cape, or trimmed completionist cape for its perk and a new quest is released, the cape will be removed and added to your bank.
  • As of 30 August 2016, there were roughly 17,850 players able to wear this cape.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ RuneScape. Hungry for Data? RuneScape Stats & Analytics!. YouTube. 31 August 2016.**