God capes are a set of Magic capes that can be awarded from the The Mage Arena miniquest. After defeating Kolodion in all four of his forms, the player can speak to him and step through the sparkling pool and pray to one of three gods: Saradomin, Zamorak, or Guthix. All god staves have the same stats, so choose based on the spell you want or God Wars equipment (Guthix is not involved with the God Wars Dungeon). After praying to a god, the corresponding cape will appear at the statue's feet and it may be picked up. The cape can be picked up multiple times to receive multiple capes.
The three types of god capes are:
God capes offer the second highest Magic Attack bonus of any cape, outclassed only by their imbued variants. God capes require a Magic level of 60 to wear.
Once lost, a player can get a new cape by once again praying at the statue without needing to fight Kolodion again. It may be a good idea to grab multiple capes (from the same statue). Alternatively, players can purchase any one of the three capes from Perdu for 23,000 coins.
It is an essential of the corresponding god staff you choose also by talking to the Staff Trader.
Imbuing[edit | edit source]
Players with level 75 in Magic can imbue a god cape by taking a Justiciar's hand, Ent's roots and a Demon's heart to Kolodion during The Mage Arena II miniquest. After the quest, players can obtain more imbued capes by simply bringing the respective component of the god cape that they wish to imbue; it is not necessary to kill all three god followers again to make another imbued cape.
The imbued capes then become:
Changes[edit | edit source]
|12 September 2019
|23 November 2017
|24 March 2016
(update | poll)
It is now possible to get multiple copies of your chosen god cape from the mage arena! It is still not possible to get different god capes at the same time, just multiple of one type.
|18 June 2015
Degraded barrows equipment, mage arena capes and achievement diary reward items are now also protected on death, outside of PvP, in line with other untradeable items.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Prior to the release of The Mage Arena II, the player could only hold capes from one god, as attempting to pick up another without disposing the old cape would lead to a message stating they would conflict.
|Capes of Accomplishment|