Trahaearn mine

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Trahaearn Mine
Trahaearn mine.png
Released25 July 2019 (Update)
LocationEntrances at south-east Prifddinas.
Advanced data

Trahaearn mine is a mine located underneath Prifddinas. It is the only place where players can mine soft clay without the need of a bracelet of clay. However, a player will mine 2 soft clay per action while wearing a bracelet of clay. Players can find crystal shards at a 1/127 rate while mining rocks in this mine.[1]

Its entrance is found south-west of the entrance to Zalcano's prison.

This mine is one of ten in RuneScape where three iron rocks can be mined without moving, thus ideal for power levelling, with the other nine being the Mining Guild, Legends' Guild mine, Al Kharid Mine, Piscatoris mine, Lovakengj mine, Verdant Valley on Fossil Island, Mount Karuulm mine, Wilderness Resource Area, and Isle of Souls mine.

Some of the rocks in this mine take a little while longer to re-spawn, so the conventional power levelling method for iron ore might prove a little slower. Players can, however, utilise tick manipulation techniques on 4 iron rocks within walking distance of each other to achieve the same experience rate with the added benefit of crystal shards.

Located on the south-eastern wall is a mine cart which acts as a deposit box.

Rocks[edit | edit source]

RockMining MiningQuantity
Gold ore.pngGold406514
Soft clay.pngSoft clay70510
Silver ore.pngSilver20408
Iron ore.pngIron153526
Runite ore.pngRunite851254
Mithril ore.pngMithril55807
Adamantite ore.pngAdamantite70957

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 14 April 2020. (Archived from the original on 15 April 2019.) Mod Ash: "I believe that's 1/127 from any type of ore. And it looks like the Varrock bonus would give you a second shard roll if you got a second ore."