How to Gain Runescape Burial Armor - Top Methods

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Smithing in Runescape determines the power of the equipment a player has the ability to create. The higher the smithing level is, the more valuable objects players can create. If smithing levels are higher one can craft higher-level armor to equip themselves more effectively. Making smithing more efficient is not easy because it requires you to make various things. Perhaps one of the most effective methods of increasing Smithing in Runescape is to make Burial Armor.

Burial Armor is the ancient dwarf armor that is made at the workshop of the artisans in the southeast part of Falador. According to the Dwarf Suak that the dwarfs interred their dead in this armor. Burial Armor made from Grade I ingots is designed for miners, Grade II ingots for warriors and Grade III ingots to make the smiths' burial armor.

It's one of the most effective ways of gaining smithing experience in the game. It's because the process offers the best smithing experience in RS Gold the game. But the armor you make doesn't really have value. It's a procedure that is known for being expensive, without any reward but offers a high level of quality experience. If you're looking to find a guide to armor that has actual value in Runescape take a look at our guide on the Best Non-degradable armor for Runescape.

The player must visit The Artisans Workshop to make the burial armor. To locate the Artisans' workshop, check its southeast side of Falador. On the eastern side of the workshop there's a giant Suak will appear on a stage just near the anvils. You can ask him to show you how to build it. He'll summon the other dwarf Sten to show you how in an animation. If you weren't paying attention to him, you can ask him to teach you again.

When Sten is able to demonstrate it to cheapest osrs gold you, Suak will tell you which piece of armor to make. If you comply with what he wants, you'll earn bonus exp reward. If Suak's armor request changes, in the anvil, select the armor piece and continue your work.