Throne room

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For other uses, see Throne room (disambiguation).

A throne room is a room that is used to 'rule' a player-owned house, and can be built at level 60 Construction with 150,000 coins. The throne room has only one entrance, but perhaps two exits.

Hotspots[edit | edit source]

There are 7 Hotspots available:

  • Throne - 2 thrones (single hotspot), are able to be sat upon.
  • Lever - Activates floor trap. Also allows the owner to set challenge mode.
  • Floor - Can trap players, send them to an oubliette, or expel them from the house.
  • Trapdoor - Provides access to the oubliette, as well as allowing the construction of the oubliette.
  • Seating (2) - 2 places for seating on opposite sides of the room, can be sat upon by the player's audience.
  • Decoration - Decoration.

Throne[edit | edit source]

The player may sit on the throne. Note that building any of these thrones will make both thrones appear in both spots.

Object Level Materials Experience Supplier price GE price
Oak throne icon.png Oak throne 60 5 Oak planks, 1 marble block 800 326,250 314,740
Teak throne icon.png Teak throne 67 5 Teak planks, 2 marble blocks 1,450 652,500 627,075
Mahogany throne icon.png Mahogany throne 74 5 Mahogany planks, 3 marble blocks 2,200 982,500 945,865
Gilded throne icon.png Gilded throne 81 5 Mahogany planks, 2 marble blocks, 3 gold leaves 1,700 1,047,500 1,046,850
Skeleton throne icon.png Skeleton throne 88 5 Magic stones, 4 marble blocks, 5 bones, 2 skulls 7,003 6,176,330 6,092,025
Crystal throne icon.png Crystal throne 95 15 Magic stones 15,000 14,625,000 14,527,425
Demonic throne icon.png Demonic throne 99 25 Magic stones 25,000 24,375,000 24,212,375

Lever[edit | edit source]

Activation trapdoor.gif

The lever, if pulled, can trigger the centre trap that is in this throne room.

It can also be used by the house owner to set challenge mode and activate the house dungeon monsters and traps, and to set the dungeon PvP mode, which also activates the dungeon monsters and traps in addition to allowing players to fight each other in any room underground.

If players die in the house, they will not lose any items.

Mahogany lever.png
Object Level Materials Experience Supplier price GE price
Oak lever icon.png Oak lever 68 5 Oak planks 300 1,250 2,685
Teak lever icon.png Teak lever 78 5 Teak planks 450 2,500 2,965
Mahogany lever icon.png Mahogany lever 88 5 Mahogany planks 700 7,500 9,700

Floor[edit | edit source]

There are several different types of traps in this room. The steel cage trap only traps your opponents in the cage, while a trapdoor can drop opponents into an oubliette, if there is one below the throne room; a lesser magical cage can hold opponents, drop them into an oubliette, or released, while a greater magical cage can do all of what the other traps can do as well as expel and teleport those caught in the trap.

Object Level Materials Experience Supplier price GE price Effect when lever pulled
Floor decoration icon.png Floor decoration 61 5 Mahogany planks 700 7,500 9,700 Nothing happens.
Steel cage icon.png Steel cage 68 5 Mahogany planks, 20 steel bars 1,100 26,200 28,400 The victims are trapped in a steel cage.
Mahogany trapdoor icon.png Trapdoor 74 5 Mahogany planks, 10 clockworks 770 40,440 42,640 The victims are dropped into the oubliette below.
Lesser magic cage icon.png Lesser magic cage 82 5 Mahogany planks, 2 magic stones 2,700 1,957,500 1,946,690 The victims are trapped in a magic cage. They can be released or dropped into the oubliette.
Greater magic cage icon.png Greater magic cage 89 5 Mahogany planks, 4 magic stones 4,700 3,907,500 3,883,680 The victims are trapped in a greater magic cage. They can be released, dropped into the oubliette, or teleported away.
An activated Lesser Magic Cage trap.
An activated Greater Magic Cage trap.

Trapdoor[edit | edit source]

The trapdoor gives access to the oubliette, if there is one below the throne room. If challenge mode is active, it leads down but not up.

Object Level Materials Experience Supplier price GE price
Oak trapdoor icon.png Oak Trapdoor 68 5 Oak planks 300 1,250 2,685
Teak trapdoor icon.png Teak Trapdoor 78 5 Teak planks 450 2,500 2,965
Mahogany trapdoor icon.png Mahogany Trapdoor 88 5 Mahogany planks 700 7,500 9,700

Seating[edit | edit source]

These are only used for sitting and watching. The two bench hotspots here are the same as in the dining room, so the same flatpacks can be used.

Object Detailed Level Materials Experience Supplier price GE price
Carved teak bench icon.png Carved teak bench Carved teak bench.png 44 Teak plank.png Teak plank ×4 360 2,000 2,372
Mahogany bench icon.png Mahogany bench Mahogany bench.png 52 Mahogany plank.png Mahogany plank ×4 560 6,000 7,760
Gilded bench icon.png Gilded bench Gilded bench.png 61 Mahogany plank.png Gold leaf.png Mahogany plank ×4
Gold leaf ×4
1,760 526,000 558,480

Decoration[edit | edit source]

Decorations are hung on walls, and are purely for aesthetic purposes. The 'shield' class of decorations will reflect the family crest told to you by Sir Renitee, the Falador Herald.

Object Level Materials Experience Supplier price GE price
Oak decoration icon.png Oak decoration 16 2 Oak planks 120 500 1,074
Teak decoration icon.png Teak decoration 36 2 Teak planks 180 1,000 1,186
Gilded decoration icon.png Gilded decoration 56 3 Mahogany planks, 2 gold leaves 1,020 264,500 281,180
Round shield icon.png Round shield 66 2 Oak planks 120 500 1,074
Square shield icon.png Square shield 76 4 Teak planks 360 2,000 2,372
Kite shield (player-owned house) icon.png Kite shield 86 3 Mahogany planks 420 4,500 5,820

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 7 September 2010 (Update):
    • Some throne room benches were labelled as dining benches.