Rune platelegs (Zamorak)

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Rune platelegs (Zamorak) or Zamorak platelegs are a trimmed version of rune platelegs that are affiliated with the god Zamorak. Sharing the same stats as rune platelegs, the rune platelegs (Zamorak) also look visually similar. Their appearance differs in that they feature an ornamental pink trim and the symbol of Zamorak. The platelegs require 50 Defence to wear and cannot be made using the Smithing skill. Players can obtain rune platelegs (Zamorak) as a reward from completing a level 3 Treasure Trail or burning a vyre corpse in the Columbarium.

These platelegs are a constituent of the Zamorak armour set which consists of the following items: rune full helm (Zamorak), rune platebody (Zamorak), rune platelegs (Zamorak) or rune plateskirt (Zamorak), and rune kiteshield (Zamorak)—all of which are decorative versions of their respective rune armour counterparts. Players wielding any piece featured in this set of armour will cause followers of Zamorak to become unaggressive upon entering the God Wars Dungeon.

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SourceLevelQuantityRarityMembers
Columbarium keyN/A Columbarium key1Very rareN/A
ColumbariumN/A Columbarium1RareN/A
Giant OysterN/A Giant Oyster1RareN/A
Security casket (CS Week)N/A Reward1RareN/A
Shiny columbarium keyN/A Shiny columbarium key1Very rareN/A
Treasure TrailsN/A Treasure Trails1RareN/A
Vyre corpseN/A Vyre corpse1RareN/A

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 28 November 2016 (Update):
    • Saradomin and Zamorak Treasure Trail armours no longer give Saradomin or Zamorak components.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Zamorak platelegs were renamed to "Rune platelegs (Zamorak)" on 26 June 2017.