Sign of the porter

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Signs of the porter are pocket slot items craftable with the Divination skill, which automatically teleport collected items to your bank. Every time an item is teleported to the bank, one charge is used on the active sign. A sign will disappear when its charges have expired. Inactive signs in the inventory will not automatically equip and become active when the active sign expires. Signs of the porter do not stack, taking one inventory slot each.

When equipped to your character, a sign of the porter becomes an "Active sign of the porter". Once active, it can be unequipped but will remain active and no other signs can be equipped until the active one is depleted or destroyed.

Items are sent to the bank when they are obtained from a skilling action, or for items in the 'Other' category (see below), when they are picked up off the ground (which includes combat drops, such as dragon hides). Not only drops from monsters can be banked, but also items that a person was carrying in the Wilderness will be banked if the player picks up the loot while having an active sign.

When an ore is teleported through a sign of the porter, it will be stored in the player's metal bank accessible through any furnace, forge or anvil. When paired with stone spirits, one porter charge is consumed for every one stone spirit consumed, thereby banking two ores.

When archaeological materials are collected, they will be stored in the player's material storage container.

Urns will still be filled while collecting with an active sign. If the Varrock armour ore doubling effect is activated, the second ore is also banked. Shooting Star reward that doubles an ore will also be banked. Mining five ores from a concentrated coal or gold will bank all of them but only use one charge. When fishing shark, if you catch two, both are banked at no additional porter charge. If you do not have any space in your bank, the items you collect remain in your inventory.

New and activated signs can be consumed by a grace of the elves until the necklace reaches 500 charges.

Types of signs[edit | edit source]

Porter tier Divination Level Energy amount Secondary Experience Charges Energy per Charge Energy Cost (secondary omitted) per charge Material Cost Cost per charge Memory shards (per charge)
Sign of the porter I.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sign of the porter II 6 30 Pale energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Pale energyPale energy Sapphire necklace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sapphire necklaceSapphire necklace 1.7 5 6 738 6,277 1,255.4 N/A N/A
Sign of the porter II.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sign of the porter IIII 28 35 Bright energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Bright energyBright energy Sapphire necklace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sapphire necklaceSapphire necklace 5.9 10 3.5 812 10,707 1,070.7 N/A N/A
Sign of the porter III.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sign of the porter IIIIII 48 40 Sparkling energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sparkling energySparkling energy Emerald necklace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Emerald necklaceEmerald necklace 9.9 15 2.6 794.67 16,749 1,116.6 N/A N/A
Sign of the porter IV.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sign of the porter IVIV 68 45 Vibrant energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Vibrant energyVibrant energy Emerald necklace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Emerald necklaceEmerald necklace 13.9 20 2.25 823.5 21,299 1,064.95 16 0.8
Sign of the porter V.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sign of the porter VV 88 60 Radiant energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Radiant energyRadiant energy Ruby necklace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Ruby necklaceRuby necklace 20 25 2.4 928.8 27,128 1,085.12 22 0.88
Sign of the porter VI.png: RS3 Inventory image of Sign of the porter VIVI 99 80 Incandescent energy.png: RS3 Inventory image of Incandescent energyIncandescent energy Diamond necklace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Diamond necklaceDiamond necklace 24 30 2.6 1,024 37,683 1,256.1 30 1

Items affected[edit | edit source]

List of items
ArchaeologyFarmingFishingHunterMiningWoodcuttingOther
Aetherium alloy
Ancient vis
Animal furs
Armadylean yellow
Blood of Orcus
Cadmium red
Chaotic brimstone
Cobalt blue
Demonhide
Everlight silvthril
Eye of Dagon
Fossilised bone
Goldrune
Hellfire metal
Imperial steel
Keramos
Leather scraps
Malachite green
Mark of the Kyzaj
Orthenglass
Quintessence
Samite silk
Soapstone
Star of Saradomin
Stormguard steel
Third Age iron
Tyrian purple
Vellum
Vulcanised rubber
Warforged bronze
White marble
White oak
Wings of War
Yu'biusk clay
Zarosian insignia
Raw potato
Onion
Cabbage
Tomato
Sweetcorn
Strawberry
Watermelon
Marigolds
Rosemary
Nasturtiums
Woad leaf
Limpwurt root
Barley
Hammerstone hops
Asgarnian hops
Jute fibre
Yanillian hops
Krandorian hops
Wildblood hops
Grimy guam
Grimy marrentill
Grimy tarromin
Grimy harralander
Grimy ranarr
Grimy spirit weed
Grimy toadflax
Grimy irit
Grimy wergali
Grimy avantoe
Grimy kwuarm
Grimy snapdragon
Grimy cadantine
Grimy lantadyme
Grimy dwarf weed
Grimy torstol
Grimy fellstalk
Redberries
Cadava berries
Dwellberries
Jangerberries
White berries
Poison ivy berries
Cooking apple
Banana
Orange
Curry leaf
Pineapple
Papaya fruit
Coconut
Bittercap mushroom
Cactus spine
Cave nightshade
Calquat fruit
Morchella mushroom
Grapes of Guthix
Grapes of Saradomin
Grapes of Zamorak
Sweet potato
Raw shrimps
Raw crayfish
Raw karambwanji
Raw sardine
Raw herring
Raw anchovies
Raw mackerel
Raw trout
Raw cod
Raw pike
Slimy eel
Raw salmon
Frog spawn
Raw tuna
Raw rainbow fish
Raw cave eel
Raw lobster
Raw bass
Raw swordfish
Raw shark
Raw great white shark
Raw lava eel
Raw monkfish
Raw karambwan
Raw cavefish
Raw rocktail
Raw desert sole
Raw catfish
Raw beltfish
Leaping trout
Leaping salmon
Leaping sturgeon
Raw tarpon
Raw seerfish
Raw sillago
Raw wobbegong
Raw green blubber jellyfish
Raw blue blubber jellyfish
Raw sailfish
Green salamander
Polar kebbit fur
Common kebbit fur
Feldip weasel fur
Desert devil fur
Long kebbit spike
Raw beast meat
Red feather
Yellow feather
Orange feather
Blue feather
Stripy feather
Wimpy feather
Raw bird meat
Kebbit claws
Barb-tail harpoon
Kebbit spike
Diseased kebbit fur
Kebbit teeth
Chinchompa
Red chinchompa
Raw pawya meat
Spotted kebbit fur
Dark kebbit fur
Dashing kebbit fur
Adamantite ore
Banite ore
Blurite ore
Clay
Coal
Copper ore
Dark animica
Drakolith
Elemental ore
Gold ore
Granite (500g)
Granite (2kg)
Granite (5kg)
Iron ore
Light animica
Limestone
Living minerals
Luminite
Mithril ore
Necrite ore
Orichalcite ore
Phasmatite
Pure essence
Red sandstone
Rubium
Rune essence
Runite ore
Sandstone (1kg)
Sandstone (2kg)
Sandstone (5kg)
Sandstone (10kg)
Silver ore
Tin ore
Uncut diamond
Uncut emerald
Uncut jade
Uncut opal
Uncut red topaz
Uncut ruby
Uncut sapphire
Logs
Achey tree logs
Oak logs
Willow logs
Teak logs
Maple logs
Hollow reed
Acadia logs
Mahogany logs
Arctic pine logs
Eucalyptus logs
Yew logs
Magic logs
Blisterwood logs
Elder logs
Bamboo
Golden bamboo
Raw beef
Raw rat meat
Raw bear meat
Raw yak meat
Raw chicken
Ugthanki meat
Raw rabbit
Spider carcass
Raw chompy
Raw jubbly
Raw oomlie
Fat snail meat
Thin snail meat
Lean snail meat
Ashes
Eye of newt
Grimy snake weed
Clean snake weed
Bear fur
Unicorn horn
Swamp tar
Red spiders' eggs
Chocolate bar
Toad's legs
Desert goat horn
Snape grass
Cockatrice egg
Frog spawn
Mort myre fungus
Yew roots
Potato cactus
Magic roots
Crushed nest
Cowhide
Imphide
Spider silk
Carapace
Batwing
Snake hide
Yak-hide
Green dragonhide
Blue dragonhide
Red dragonhide
Black dragonhide
Royal dragonhide
Wool
Flax
Maple roots
Oak roots
Willow roots
Willow branch
Snail shell
Egg
Phoenix feather
Muspah spine

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • update 30 March 2020 (Update):
    • Archaeology was released, porters now affect materials.
  • patch 6 January 2020 (Update):
    • Sweet Potatoes can now be banked by Sign of the Porter.
  • patch 17 June 2019 (Update):
    • Signs of porter and Grace of the Elves will now successfully send farming produce to bank when your inventory is full.
  • patch 28 January 2019 (Update):
    • When mining with porters, if the mined resource can be stored in the metal bank, it'll be deposited into your metal bank instead of your bank.
    • No longer send stardust to the bank when mining crashed stars.
  • patch 28 August 2018 (Update):
    • The buff bar will now display the correct amount of charges when a player is using a 'Sign of the Porter' to collect Mort Myre Fungus.
  • patch 17 July 2017 (Update):
    • The sign of the porter buff icon will now display when logging in, if the item is equipped.
  • patch 12 June 2017 (Update):
    • You can now track your active Sign of the Porter charges on your buff bar.
  • patch 12 September 2016 (Update):
    • You once again gain corrupted ore in your inventory when mining normal or harmonised Trahaearn rocks with a porter equipped.
    • You also once again get a chance at double ore when mining harmonised rocks with a porter equipped.
  • ninja 29 June 2015 (Update):
    • Signs of porter will now work with a full inventory.
  • patch 16 February 2015 (Update):
    • A typo on the Sign of the Porter interface has been fixed.
  • patch 5 January 2015 (Update):
    • Living minerals will now be transported to players' banks in the correct amounts if wearing a sign of the porter instead of only one.
  • patch 1 December 2014 (Update):
    • Signs of the porter now bank snake weed when collecting from jungle vines, rather than when picked up.
  • ninja 15 September 2014 (Update):
    • Signs of the porter will now inform the player when their bank is full.
  • patch 18 August 2014 (Update):
    • Snapegrass is now teleported to your bank by Signs of the Porter when it is picked up rather than when it is harvested from farming patches.
  • ninja 14 April 2014 (Update):
    • The text shown when a sign of the porter depletes is now red so it stands out more.
  • ninja 27 January 2014 (Update):
    • The sign of the porter will now bank phoenix feathers.
  • ninja 30 October 2013 (Update):
    • The sign of the porter now gives the correct message when receiving rubies or diamonds from mining ore.
  • patch 22 October 2013 (Update):
    • The interface displaying items for signs of the porter no longer covers up information with the borders.

Trivia[edit | edit source]