True skill mastery

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Skill Players with
120s
Ironmen with
120s
Attack 17,436 504
Constitution 31,377 1,051
Mining 13,569 259
Strength 15,420 469
Agility 5,951 44
Smithing 8,126 79
Defence 32,028 923
Herblore 18,417 226
Fishing 12,013 155
Ranged 24,364 765
Thieving 18,482 690
Cooking 7,242 69
Prayer 7,017 143
Crafting 5,246 65
Firemaking 12,727 130
Magic 27,590 842
Fletching 6,339 54
Woodcutting 6,147 88
Runecrafting 4,045 58
Slayer 32,994 808
Farming 20,601 583
Construction 4,998 57
Hunter 7,959 173
Summoning 13,386 92
Dungeoneering 46,308 859
Divination 5,726 128
Invention 71,376 3,307
Archaeology 8,577 573
As of 04 July 2020 for all players
As of 04 July 2020 for ironmen

True skill mastery is an achievement greater than skill mastery, obtainable by reaching level 120 in any skill. The achievement was first released on 12 April 2010 with the Dungeoneering skill and later expanded when master capes were released for other skills on 28 April 2014.

Once a player reaches level 99 in a skill, they may continue training to level 120 and receive a Master cape of Accomplishment. Dungeoneering, Invention, Slayer, Herblore, Farming, and Archaeology are currently the only six skills that have levels past 99 up to 120. True skill mastery for other skills is achieved when the virtual experience requirement for level 120 is met. The capes can be bought from the existing skill cape sellers for 120,000 coins.

The amount of experience required to achieve true skill mastery in any non-elite skill is 104,273,167. This is about eight times the experience needed to reach level 99 on a normal experience curve.

Invention, as an elite skill, has its own unique experience curve. The amount of experience required to reach level 120 is 80,618,654 (23,654,513 less experience than (virtual) level 120 in other skills).

Master capes look different from an ordinary level 99 skill cape: the skill symbol is located lower than on an ordinary skill cape, with particle smoke emitting from the bottom of the cape. The Archaeology, Dungeoneering, Farming, Herblore, Invention, and Slayer master capes also have unique emotes, while other master capes share their emote with their skill cape counterpart.

Reaching the requirement gives the message: Well done! You've achieved 104,273,167 XP in [skill]! You can now purchase a Master Cape from the respective skill master.

Players with (virtual) level 120 in all skills have at least 2,895,994,163 total experience.

History[edit | edit source]

Jagex polled players about plans to add Master capes to all skills.[1] The poll won with 63% of the votes. On 28 April 2014 the Master cape of Accomplishment was released. These capes are awarded for reaching the experience needed for level 120, which is 104,273,167. Skill levels are not increased accordingly, and the master capes do not have their own emotes.

First players to achieve level 120[edit | edit source]

Achievement Date achieved Player
120 Fletching icon highscores.png Fletching 7 April - 14 October 2005 Xxx Neo Xxx7
120 Cooking icon highscores.png Cooking 7 April - 14 October 2005 Eve340/Matt258/Miss Zafara
120 Runecrafting icon highscores.png Runecrafting 14 October - 10 December 2005 Larryr
120 Ranged icon highscores.png Ranged 19 February - 4 March 2006 Lilyuffie88
120 Thieving icon highscores.png Thieving 19 February - 7 March 2006 Herbaman
120 Firemaking icon highscores.png Firemaking 7-22 March 2006 Empror1
120 Defence icon highscores.png Defence 23 March - 1 May 2006 Omarsherif
120 Woodcutting icon highscores.png Woodcutting 1-8 May 2006 Jetys1
120 Attack icon highscores.png Attack 25-28 June 2006 Autolycus
120 Strength icon highscores.png Strength 3 September - 22 October 2006 Sallem
120 Hunter icon highscores.png Hunter 25 March- 28 April 2007 Momeydragon
120 Mining icon highscores.png Mining 3-7 May 2007 Lover Romeo
120 Herblore icon highscores.png Herblore 12-17 May 2007 Halw Gnun
120 Smithing icon highscores.png Smithing 25-28 May 2007 Priscilla44
120 Constitution icon highscores.png Constitution 6-14 June 2007 Miles15
120 Fishing icon highscores.png Fishing 15 June - 3 July 2007 777knight777
120 Crafting icon highscores.png Crafting 30 October 2007 Amarajah
120 Agility icon highscores.png Agility 30 October 2007 Lover Romeo
120 Farming icon highscores.png Farming 29 March 2008 Pow012000
120 Construction icon highscores.png Construction 20 July 2008 Neo Qdon
120 Magic icon highscores.png Magic 22 August 2008 Weyoun 1
120 Slayer icon highscores.png Slayer 15 January 2009 Skateenjoi
120 Prayer icon highscores.png Prayer 10 February 2009 Zarfot
120 Summoning icon highscores.png Summoning 7 July 2010 Drumgun
120 Dungeoneering icon highscores.png Dungeoneering 22 August 2010 Telmomarques
120 Divination icon highscores.png Divination 26 October 2013 Drumgun
120 Invention icon highscores.png Invention 27 January 2016 Scuzzy5
120 Archaeology icon highscores.png Archaeology 10 April 2020 le me

First Ironmen to achieve level 120[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

The update history project is a work-in-progress – not all updates to this topic may be covered below. See here for how to help out!
  • ninja 10 April 2017 (Update):
    • The broadcast text for achieving virtual level 120 in a skill has been updated to mention level 120.
    • A global broadcast for achieving virtual level 120 in all skills has been added.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • There was once a glitch in which, upon reaching level 115 Dungeoneering, the player was told that they were level 120 on the hiscores.
  • Only six true masteries, namely the Dungeoneering, Invention, Slayer, Herblore, Farming, and Archaeology master capes have a unique emote due to those skills continuing up to level 120. The other skills have a virtual level, and the skillcape emote remains unchanged at the virtual level 120 in those skills.
  • The maximum total virtual level (having every skill at 120, and Invention at 150) is 3,390.
  • On 14 March 2016, the message received upon achieving true skill mastery was changed to specify the skill rather than the generic "this skill".

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Mod Oliver. "Master Cape Poll - FAQ." 25 February 2014. Future Game Updates Forums.