Cape hanger

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The cape hanger can be built in the Display space of the Achievement Gallery in a player-owned house. It requires 80 Construction to build and when built, it gives 800 experience. The player must have a hammer and a saw in their inventory to build it.

Players can use either a mythical cape, champion's cape, fire cape, infernal cape, capes obtained from Captain Rimor, or any cape of accomplishment (max cape variants can be used too) on the cape hanger to display it. One cape can be displayed at a time. The display can be admired, making the player perform the same animation as praying at an altar.

A player will need both the hood and the skillcape in order for it to be displayed. In addition, untrimmed skillcapes that are mounted on the cape hanger will become trimmed upon achieving level 99 in another skill.

If a player displays one of a certain set of capes of accomplishment or a mythical cape, the cape's perks become available only to the house owner. The perks of the following skillcapes can be used while displayed on the cape hanger:

Capes
Construct. cape.png Construction Crafting cape.png Crafting Farming cape.png Farming
Fishing cape.png Fishing Fletching cape.png Fletching Herblore cape.png Herblore
Hunter cape.png Hunter Magic cape.png Magic Strength cape.png Strength
Quest point cape.png Quest point Achievement diary cape.png Achievement diary Music cape.png Music
Max cape.png Max -

Materials[edit | edit source]

Item Quantity GE Price
Marble block.png Marble block 1 327,685
Gold leaf.png Gold leaf 1 132,833
Total 460,518

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Prestigious capes[edit | edit source]

Untrimmed Capes of Accomplishment[edit | edit source]

Trimmed Capes of Accomplishment[edit | edit source]

Max capes[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Capes hung on the rack are noticeably brighter compared to those worn by players. This is due to the game's graphics having all characters being lit from the front, with the back of all characters appearing shadowed. This shadowing causes the darkening and desaturation of items on a player's back.
  • Before an update on an unknown date, mounted max cape variants did not display the hood despite requiring the corresponding max hoods.