Pirates' Hideout mine
|Pirates' Hideout mine|
|Released||10 May 2002 (Update)|
|Also called||Pirates' Mine, Pirate Mine|
|Location||East of Pirates' Hideout in level 52 Wilderness|
The Pirates' Hideout mine, or Pirates' Mine, is a mining site located east of the Pirates' Hideout in the deep Wilderness. It contains 1 iron ore rock, 4 mithril rocks, 1 adamantite rock and 3 coal rocks. Player killing in the Wilderness greatly increases the risk of mining at this site along with all Wilderness mines, so mining at this site can be very dangerous. There are also a number of giant bats around this mine. The closest bank is in the Mage Arena; however, players will need a sharp object (like a knife) to cut through the webs blocking its entrance.
Rocks[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- When this mine was released in RS Classic it was originally known as 'Rogue's Mine' due to Rogues that populated the mine.
- With the release of the Mage Arena in 2003, the Mage Arena was placed ontop of the mine's location and the mines and its rogues were moved northeast of the arena. When Runescape 2 was released in 2004 the mine was moved directly far west of the mage arena and closer to the Pirate's Hideout.