Quest point cape

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Quest point cape
Quest point cape.png
Released18 October 2006 (Update)
Also calledQPC, QC, Quest cape
Quest itemNo
OptionsWear, Teleport, Trim
Worn optionsTrim, Teleport
ExamineThe cape worn by only the most experienced adventurers.
Value99,000 coins
High alch59,400 coins
Low alch39,600 coins
Weight0.453 kg
Advanced data
Item ID9813
Quest point cape detail.png
Quest point cape (t) detail.png

The Quest point cape can be obtained by players who have completed all quests (excluding miniquests). The cape, along with the quest point hood, can be purchased from the Wise Old Man in Draynor Village for 99,000 coins. Note that while the Wise Old Man will talk about the Quest Point Cape in a Free-to-Play world, you cannot purchase the cape in Free-to-Play worlds. It can only be purchased in Pay-to-Play worlds.

The cape can teleport players to the Legends' Guild gates an unlimited number of times. This is especially convenient as it is the second closest available teleport to a fairy ring (after POH). Also, players with the maximum number of quest points will find that the prices of dreams in the Nightmare Zone are reduced by 10,000 coins. Performing the quest cape emote in the Wise Old Man's house is also an elite task in the Lumbridge & Draynor Diary.

To trim the cape, all Achievement Diaries must be completed as well, thus earning them the achievement diary cape.

Should a new quest be released, the cape will be unequipped and the player wearing it cannot equip or operate it until the new quest is completed. If the player's inventory is full, the cape will be banked instead. In the event that their inventory and bank are both full, the cape will have to be re-purchased from the Wise Old Man.

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

As of 26 February 2020, there are 61,766 current members that have obtained the quest point cape.[1]

A player performing the Quest point cape's emote.
Audio options icon.png
The music that plays when you purchase a Cape of Accomplishment
Attack icon.png Attack bonusesQuest point cape equipped.pngQuest point cape equipped female.png
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
Defence icon.png Defence bonuses
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
Melee.png Other bonusesSlot
Strength icon.pngRanged Strength icon.pngMagic Damage icon.pngPrayer icon.pngCape slot.png

Minimum skill levels[edit | edit source]

The minimum levels required to acquire the quest point cape are:

Total level: 1475
Attack 50 Hitpoints 50 Mining 72
Strength 50 Agility 70 Smithing 70
Defence 65 Herblore 70 Fishing 62
Ranged 60 Thieving 60 Cooking 70
Prayer 50 Crafting 70 Firemaking 66
Magic 75 Fletching 60 Woodcutting 71
Runecraft 55 Slayer 69 Farming 70
Construction 70 Hunter 70
Combat level 85 Quest point icon.png 290 Music.png ----

Bold text indicates that a temporary boost may be used to reach that level. While players need these levels to acquire the cape, they do not need them in order to wear it.

Note: The noted combat stats only get a player to a combat level of 71, while Dream Mentor requires a combat level of 85. The absolute minimum total level (with maximum boosts and 85 combat) required to complete all quests is 1499.

Note: Although Mining and Woodcutting can be boosted to the highest quest-required level, level 70 unboosted is required in both skills for Song of the Elves. Likewise, although Fishing can be boosted to the highest quest-required level, level 60 unboosted is required for The Fremennik Exiles.

Ironmen may need higher levels in some skills due to item requirements: for example, magic logs are required for Desert Treasure and Mourning's End Part I, and although they can be obtained in numerous ways, each has a high skill requirement or is nonviable for most lower-levelled players. Another example is if players burn the raw karambwan in Tai Bwo Wannai Trio, they will need 65 Fishing to be able to fish another.

Highest skill requirements by quest[edit | edit source]

The quests requiring the highest skill levels, along with the levels required (some without boosts) are:

Skill Level Quest
Agility Agility 70 Song of the Elves
Attack Attack 50 Sins of the Father
Construction Construction 70 Song of the Elves
Cooking Cooking 70 Recipe for Disaster (Freeing King Awowogei)
Crafting Crafting 70 Monkey Madness II
Defence Defence 65 King's Ransom
Farming Farming 70 Song of the Elves
Firemaking Firemaking 66 Making Friends with My Arm
Fishing Fishing 62 Swan Song
Fletching Fletching 60 Sins of the Father
Herblore Herblore 70 Song of the Elves
Hitpoints Hitpoints 50 Dragon Slayer II
Hunter Hunter 70 Song of the Elves
Magic Magic 75 Dragon Slayer II
Mining Mining 72 Making Friends with My Arm
Prayer Prayer 50 The Great Brain Robbery
Ranged Ranged 60 Mourning's End Part I
Runecraft Runecraft 55 The Fremennik Exiles
Slayer Slayer 69 Monkey Madness II
Smithing Smithing 70 Dragon Slayer II/Song of the Elves
Strength Strength 50 Legends' Quest
Thieving Thieving 60 Dragon Slayer II
Woodcutting Woodcutting 71 Grim Tales
Combat level Combat level 85 Dream Mentor
Quest points Quests 200 Dragon Slayer II

Quest point cape (t)[edit | edit source]

The Quest point cape (t) requires completion of all Achievement Diaries, which significantly increases the minimum requirements from those of the regular untrimmed version.

Total level: 1954
Attack 50 Hitpoints 70 Mining 85
Strength 76 Agility 90 Smithing 91
Defence 70 Herblore 90 Fishing 96
Ranged 70 Thieving 91 Cooking 95
Prayer 85 Crafting 85 Firemaking 85
Magic 96 Fletching 95 Woodcutting 90
Runecraft 91 Slayer 95 Farming 91
Construction 78 Hunter 70
Combat level 100 Quest point icon.png 290 Music.png ----

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
7 April 2016

A "Teleport" option was added, granting unlimited teleports to the Legends' Guild.

5 March 2015

The "Trim" option was added, allowing players to trim or untrim the cape.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It is also worth noting that the quest point cape is a requirement to complete the Lumbridge & Draynor Elite diary which makes the Quest point cape (t) unobtainable without first obtaining the untrimmed version, making it the only cape of accomplishment in the game where this is the case.
  • The quest point cape was first offered to be trimmable in Old School feature poll 10: New Rewards, where it would become trimmed upon completion of an Endurance dream in the Nightmare Zone minigame.
    • Completing a normal Endurance dream would trim the cape blue, increasing the Defence bonuses from +9 to +11 and giving it a +2 Prayer bonus. This only gained 74% support.
    • Completing a hard Endurance dream would trim the cape red, giving it +1 in all Attack bonuses, in addition to the blue-trimmed cape's bonus increases. This would give the red-trimmed cape identical bonuses to a fire cape (excluding its +4 Strength bonus), but only gained 73% support.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Old School RuneScape. "OSRS Data Stream 2020 - Old School RuneScape's 7th Birthday!." (31m43s), YouTube video. 26 February 2020.