Throne of Fame
|Throne of Fame|
|Release||10 November 2014 (Update)|
• Sit in
• Check requirements
|Examine||A throne for those who can wear a completionist cape.|
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The Throne of Fame is found in the Max Guild in Prifddinas. Players who are able to wear a completionist cape can sit on it by right-clicking the throne and choosing "Sit". It also acts as a prayer altar and small obelisk.
The player can check the requirements needed to be able to sit on the throne via a right-click option. Players who attempt to sit on the throne without having completed all requirements are informed in their chatbox listing the remaining requirements and are turned into an animal. This can also be used to check requirements for the trimmed completionist cape once the normal cape is obtained – without the animal transformation.
Effects[edit | edit source]
The throne boosts Prayer points by 20 points above maximum when sat upon. Stalagmites also appear on both sides of the throne, and crystals displaying symbols of the Elven Clans will rotate on the ground around the throne. The effect improves when a trimmed completionist cape is worn. Sitting in the throne also boosts every skill by 1 level for as long as the player remains seated.
After the player gets up from the throne, they are prevented from sitting in it again for approximately five minutes. This cooldown is removed by logging out or switching worlds.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- When a Jagex Moderator attempts to sit on the throne, they are prompted with a message which states, "No! Bad mod, bad! No stealing throne from players."
Update history[edit | edit source]
- ninja 24 July 2017 (Update):
- The left-click option on the Max Guild throne in Prifddinas has been changed from "sit in" to "admire".
- patch 3 August 2015 (Update):
- The Max Guild throne can now act as an altar, which also restores summoning points.
- Players sat in the Max Guild throne provide a prayer point boost for people using the throne as an altar.
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