Body altar

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Inside the Body altar.
Outside the Body altar.
Location on World Map
Edgeville Monastery
Ice Mountain Body Altar Barbarian Village
Falador

The Body altar may be found south of the Edgeville Monastery and west of the Barbarian Village. It is used to craft body runes from rune essence, pure essence or body cores. Rune or pure essence provide 7.5 Runecraft experience, and a body core provides 75 Runecraft experience.

Access[edit | edit source]

As with most other runecrafting altars, it can be accessed via the Abyss. Players could also enter its ruins by using a body talisman. Players could also simply click on the ruins while wearing a body tiara. The nearest bank is in Edgeville.

Experience[edit | edit source]

The maximal amount of body runes that can be crafted in one run is 846, by carrying one Giant pouch full of essence and 27 body cores with a Runecraft level of at least 92 (at level 92 you get triple the amount of body runes per essence). This would give 2115 experience.

However, obtaining considerable amounts of body cores is time-consuming.

The maximal amount of body runes crafted in one run without using cores is 162. This would be achieved by having 92 Runecraft and carrying 54 essence to craft (24 in the normal inventory along with 30 in the 4 sizes of pouches). This would result in 405 experience.

Slightly more experience can be obtained by crafting body tiaras. A full inventory with 14 tiaras and 14 body talismans would give 525 experience. This is more click-intensive and expensive.

Tiaras[edit | edit source]

A body tiara may be created at this altar by having a body talisman and a normal tiara in your inventory. The player must use the tiara on the altar. Doing so will earn 37.5 Runecraft experience.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The shape of the temple on the map looks vaguely like a heart and floor colour is pink which matches the heart's colour.
  • During the music piece, "Heart and Mind" (which is unlocked by entering the body altar), you can hear a beat that sounds like the beating of the heart.