Clan Cup

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The Clan Cup logo from 2014 onwards

The Old School Clan Cup, also known as the Jagex Clan Cup or Jagex Cup, was an annual community event that brought clans together to battle or compete against one another in a series of challenges ("cups"). Clan Cups were first hosted by Jagex in 2009, and took place in Old School from 2013 to 2015, until they were discontinued - presumably due to the focus on the seasonal Deadman Mode tournaments.

List of Clan Cups[edit | edit source]

2013[edit | edit source]

The 2013 Clan Cup was the first Old-School Cup, and took place from October 7th to November 21st, 2013. This cup consisted solely of PvP battles, which took place in the Clan Wars arena. There were 8 cups - one P2P and one F2P for each of the four types of battle. These were: All-Out (up to 100 players per side as per the Clan Chat limit), Capped (up to 30 players per side), Team (up to 5 players per side) and Pure (fights for Pure clans where players had level 25 Defence or lower).

Reign of Terror won the majority of the main cups, except for the F2P all-out which was won by Damage Incorporated. Mayhem Makers won both of the pure cups. Winners were awarded with their names added to the in-game clan cup trophy which was spawned in Edgeville after the tournament, and can now be found at Clan Wars.

2014[edit | edit source]

Main article: Jagex Clan Cup 2014
The five original champion statues

The 2014 Cup took place from July 17th to August 26th 2014. The all-out cups remained, but to replace the capped and team fights, challenges of 10v10, 20v20 and 30v30 were introduced. PvM and Skilling cups were also introduced - clans fighting here had separate arenas opened where bosses could be fought or skills trained, and the clan with the most boss kills or skilling points gained during the challenge was declared the victor.

All P2P main cups were won by Ancient Fury and all F2P fights were won by Reign of Terror. Fatality won both of the pure cups. The PvM cup was won by Stud Unit and the skilling championship by Hexis. The five winning clans were awarded with their likeness of their players replicated in an in-game statue for each clan, which were erected around the previous year's Clan Cup at Clan Wars.

2015[edit | edit source]

Registration for the 2015 cup opened on November 20th 2015 and ran until February 19th 2016. The cups were similar to 2014, with the exception of P2P pure and F2P pure being combined into one single cup.

Reign of Terror won all eight of the main cups (F2P and P2P all-out, 30v30, 20v20 and 10v10). Final Ownage Elite won the pure cup, and the previous year's winners for PvM and skilling (Stud Unit and Hexis respectively) won both of the cups again. The winners had their statues updated, with FoE receiveing a statue of their own.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Clan Cup Trophy[edit | edit source]

The in-game clan cup trophy was released after the 2013 cup and was spawned in Edgeville immediately after the championship. It can now be found at the former location of the Clan Wars lobby (south of the Duel Arena). The left-click "read" option brings up a list of the winners of the Jagex Cups:

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Clan Statues[edit | edit source]

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Clan Statues was removed after an update.
As the contents of this page no longer exist in Old School RuneScape, this article is preserved for historical purposes.

For the 2014 cup, statues were erected for the five victors (Reign of Terror, Ancient Fury, Fatality, Stud Unit and Hexis). Final Ownage Elite had a statue of their own added the following year. The six statues were circled around the 2013 trophy at Clan Wars. Each statue featured a likeness of one of the clan's members, banners in the clan's colours and the clan's initials (apart from Hexis) at the base.

In clockwise order:

The Stud Unit (dark red) character wore a Fighter hat, Bandos chestplate, Bandos tassets, Barrows gloves, Dragon boots, a Fire cape and an Amulet of fury. He wielded an Armadyl godsword and was performing the special attack. Reading the statue showed SU were PvM Cup Champions for 2014 and 2015.

The Hexis (yellow) character wore a Graceful top, bottom and gloves, Boots of lightness, and a Runecraft cape and hood. The character was dual-wielding a Dragon pickaxe and Dragon axe, and performed a unique animation where skilling tools including the pickaxe, axe, a Barbarian rod and a Black chinchompa appeared above his head. Reading the statue showed Hexis were Skilling Cup Champions in 2014 and 2015.

The Reign of Terror (red) character was the only figure not wearing gear or performing an animation. The figure appeared as the clan's iconic character build - dark skinned, bald, with a black beard and pink short-sleeved shirt and shorts. Reading the statue showed all fifteen of RoT's victories over the course of the three cups.

The Final Ownage Elite (blue and white) character wore a Cream hat, a Ghostly robe top and bottom, Mithril gloves, Wizard boots, a Team-30 cape and an Amulet of fury. He wielded a Mage's book and a Master wand, and posed with one foot upon an Adamant helm (h4) with skulls around his feet. Reading the statue showed FoE were Pure Cup Champions in 2015.

The Fatality (light green) character wore a Green partyhat, ghostly robe top and bottom, Mithril gloves, wizard boots, a Guthix cape and an Amulet of fury (or). He wielded a Mage's book and a Staff of the dead, and appears casting a magic spell. He also had green skulls piled around his feet. Reading the statue showed FI were F2P and P2P Pure Champions in 2014.

The Ancient Fury (dark green) character wore a Helm of neitiznot, blue Mystic robe top and bottom, Barrows gloves, Green boots, a Team-38 cape and an Amulet of glory. He wielded a Rune kiteshield (Guthix) and an Ancient staff, and appeared casting a magic spell. Reading the statue showed AF's four victories in the P2P PvP Championships in 2014.

The Clan Statues were removed with the relocation of the Clan Wars lobby to the Ferox Enclave in July 2020, though the 2013 cup remained and was updated to have an extensive list of all the victories throughout all three of the annual tournaments.

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
16 July 2020
(update)
[The Ferox Enclave is] also the new home of the Last Man Standing and Clan Wars minigames. [...] The new Clan Wars area is to the south. Incidentally, the area southeast of the Duel Arena where both minigames used to be is now an abbey, complete with a Cooking range and Prayer altar.
3 December 2015
(update)
The PvM Arena has returned for this year's Clan Cup! Clans participating in the tournament will be able to face-off in this head-to-head PvM battle, taking down boss after boss after boss. Two teams enter the arena with one goal: get more kills than the other clan in one hour.