|Released||4 October 2005 (Update)|
|Examine||A cape of fire.|
In order to obtain the fire cape, players must survive all waves of TzHaar Fight Caves and defeat TzTok-Jad. Note that the cape will not be awarded should both the player and TzTok-Jad die simultaneously, even though the boss log will count the kill. The player must be taken out of the cave by the game recognising TzTok-Jad's death; if they are removed from the cave due to dying, the game considers the player to have failed the challenge.
A fire cape must be shown to TzHaar-Ket guards around the centre of the city to allow further access to Mor Ul Rek. This does not consume the fire cape. However, to enter the Inferno, a fire cape must be sacrificed by giving it to TzHaar-Ket-Keh. This is a one-time fee.
If the player dies below level 20 Wilderness, it will remain in the player's inventory; however, the item will be unusable and must be repaired by using it on Perdu and paying him 50,000. If not protected when the player dies at level 20 wilderness or higher, the cape is converted into coins. Alternatively, a Trouver parchment and a payment of 500,000 coins can be given to Perdu in order to lock it (after which it gains the (l) suffix); this allows the item to be kept in death, unbroken, even if the player dies at level 20 Wilderness or higher.
Comparison[edit | edit source]
Fire cape is very popular for many forms of melee combat and is often the cape of choice only surpassed by the strictly better, but much more difficult to obtain Infernal cape. In certain scenarios, other capes may be preferred for their higher accuracy bonuses, prayer bonus or for being easier to obtain or replace.
|Item||Attack Bonuses||Defence Bonuses||Other|
|Ardougne cloak 4||6||0||0||6||0||6||0||0||6||0||0||0%||0||6||0.5|
Other uses[edit | edit source]
This item can be stored in the cape rack of a costume room. It can also be mounted on a cape hanger in an Achievement Gallery of a player-owned house. This has no effect other than showing the player's guests that the player has completed the Fight Cave.
Players who don't want their cape can sell it to TzHaar-Mej-Jal for their choice of a chance of obtaining the Tzrek-jad pet or 8,000 Tokkul. A lost fire cape can only be replaced by defeating TzTok-Jad again to receive another one.
The fire cape counts as warm clothing when fighting the Wintertodt.
Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]
|Master||Cry||TzHaar-Hur-Lek's Ore and Gem Store in Mor Ul Rek||1,324|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|6 October 2016
The fire cape texture has been improved so seams are less visible.
|8 August 2013
Some feedback changes have been made to the config costs of the fire cape, rune defender and penance items, including the penance skirt.
|2 August 2013
(update | poll)
|22 January 2007
The item was graphically updated.
|16 January 2007
The item's inventory sprite was rotated.
Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]
|19 September 2005 –
16 January 2007
|16 January 2007 –
22 January 2007
|22 January 2007 –|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Using an item on the fire cape results in a game message stating "That doesn't seem to do what you want it to." instead of the usual "Nothing interesting happens." message.
- The first NPC to wear this cape was the Slayer master Nieve.
- The fire cape, fire max cape, infernal cape, and infernal max cape are the only capes to have an animated texture whilst wearing it.
- There is a glitch, which can sometimes occur when a player opens their bank or scrolls too quickly within their bank, where the inventory icon may become animated. This also affects other animated items such as magic logs and dramen branches.
|Capes of Accomplishment|