Farming cape

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The Farming cape can be purchased for 99,000 coins alongside the Farming hood from Martin the Master Gardener at Draynor Village by players who have achieved skill mastery (level 99) in Farming. It is the Cape of Accomplishment for the Farming skill.

A player performing the farming cape's emote.

Like all skill capes, the Farming cape gives +9 to all defensive stats, and also a +4 bonus to prayer if it is trimmed, which requires a separate skill at level 99. The cape is automatically trimmed if this condition is met.

When the farming cape is equipped, herb patches will have a 5% increase in yield. This effect stacks additively with the magic secateurs. It also provides unlimited teleports to the Farming Guild in the Kebos Lowlands. Unlike the magic secateurs, this cape does not increase yield when harvesting herbs off a Herbiboar[1].

This item can be stored in the cape rack of a costume room, as part of the Farming cape set, along with the hood. Ultimate Ironmen will be unable to retrieve individual pieces until the full set is stored.

As of 1 August 2021, there are 124,145 current members that have achieved level 99 in Farming.

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Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
10 January 2019
(update)

The option to teleport to the Farming Guild was added.

3 December 2015
(update | poll)

When equipped, the Farming cape grants a 5% increased yield from herb patches (stacks with magic secateurs).

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 14 July 2021. (Archived from the original on 13:20, 14 July 2021 (UTC).) Mod Ash: "Didn't see any benefits from [the Farming cape] in its code."