Jagex Clan Cup 2014

From Old School RuneScape Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

The 2014 Clan Cup was a tournament that was hosted by Jagex during the summer of 2014. Clans across Old School RuneScape competed in various Player killing , Monster killing, or skilling events to see which clan was the best. There were three categories of events during the cup.

PvP Cup[edit | edit source]

The PvP cup was a single elimination tournament where clans competed at Clan Wars to see who was the best pvp clan. The first round of the cup started on 19 July and ended on 26 August. The list of PvP categories during the cup are shown below:

F2P Cups[edit | edit source]

Each Round began on 17 July and ended on Tuesday 26 August. All matches had to be fought on a free-to-play world. After a month of battling, Reign of Terror won in every single F2P non-pure category.

Event Description Result Image
F2P Full Out Cup 8 clans signed up to compete in the F2P Full Out Cup. Players could bring a maximum of 100 players on each team. Each match had to be fought in a free to play world. Reign of Terror emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - F2P Full Out Cup.png
F2P Pure Cup 3 clans signed up to compete in the F2P pure cup. Players over 25 Defence were not allowed to compete and each match had to be fought in a free to play world. Fatality emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - F2P Pure Cup.png
30 vs 30 F2P Cup 9 clans signed up to compete in the F2P 30v30 cup. The only rule was that each team could have a maximum of 30 players on each side. Reign of Terror emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - 30 vs 30 F2P Cup.png
20 vs 20 F2P Cup 10 clans signed up to compete in the F2P 20v20 cup. The only rule was that each team could have a maximum of 20 players on each side. Reign of Terror emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - 20 vs 20 F2P Cup.png
10 vs 10 F2P Cup 10 clans signed up to compete in the 10v10 cup. The only rule was that each team could have a maximum of 10 players on each side. Reign of Terror emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - 10 vs 10 F2P Cup.png


P2P Cups[edit | edit source]

Each round began on Saturday 17 July and ended on Tuesday 26 August. All matches had to be fought on a pay-to-play world. Ancient Fury took 1st place in every single non-pure cup.

Event Description Result Image
P2P Full Out Cup 14 clans signed up to compete in the full out cup. Each team could bring a maximum of 100 players on each side. Ancient Fury emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - P2P Full Out Cup.png
P2P Pure Cup 5 clans signed up to compete in the pure cup. Players over 25 Defence were not allowed to compete. Fatality emerged victorious as other clans disbanded.
2014 Clan Cup - P2P Pure Cup.png
30 vs 30 P2P Cup 11 clans signed up to compete in the 30 vs 30 cup. Each team could only have a maximum of 30 players on each side. Ancient Fury emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - 30 vs 30 P2P Cup.png
20 vs 20 P2P Cup 18 clans signed up to compete in the 20 vs 20 cup. Each team could only have a maximum of 20 players on each side. Ancient Fury emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - 20 vs 20 P2P Cup.png
10 vs 10 P2P Cup 20 clans signed up to compete in the 10 vs 10 cup. Each team could only have a maximum of 10 players on each side. Ancient Fury emerged victorious.
2014 Clan Cup - 10 vs 10 P2P Cup.png