Warforged bronze

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Warforged bronze is an Archaeological material that can be obtained through excavating material caches or various excavation sites, requiring level 76 Archaeology, at various dig sites around RuneScape.

Warforged bronze is required to restore various artefacts. As players increase their Archaeology level and use higher tier mattocks, they are able to excavate warforged bronze at quicker rates.

Warforged bronze, like other Archaeology materials, can be stored in the material storage container. An unlimited amount of warforged bronze can be stored in the material storage container.

History[edit | edit source]

Warforged bronze was a bronze alloy developed in the Warforge by the Imcando dwarf Thalmund, who was held prisoner by Bandos. Warforged bronze is a particularly strong version of bronze metal. It was used by the Bandosians to make weapons, armour and art.

During the God Wars, an aviansie inventor codenamed 'Howl' blended warforged bronze with hellfire metal, Everlight silvthril, and Stormguard steel utilizing quintessence as a catalyst to create a new metal, which was named aetherium alloy.

Material caches[edit | edit source]

Excavation site Members Amount Requirements
God Wars Dungeon - Bandos's Stronghold excavation site Yes 4
God Wars Dungeon - Bandosian north excavation site Yes 3
Warforge - Crucible arena excavation site Yes 2 76 Archaeology
Warforge - North goblin tunnels Yes 2 Out of the Crucible.png: RS3 Inventory image of Out of the CrucibleOut of the Crucible

Sources[edit | edit source]

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Products[edit | edit source]

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 29 June 2020 (Update):
    • The Grand Exchange buy limits for all Archaeology materials have increased from 1,000 to 5,000.