Woodcutting cape

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A Woodcutting cape can be purchased from Wilfred (found south of the furnace in Lumbridge) for 99,000 coins and comes with the Woodcutting hood only for players who have achieved level 99 Woodcutting.

A player performing the woodcutting cape's emote.

Like all skill capes, the Woodcutting cape gives +9 to all defensive stats, and also a +4 bonus to prayer if it is trimmed, which requires a separate skill at level 99. The cape is automatically trimmed if this condition is met.

When a woodcutting cape is equipped, players will have an additional 10% chance of a bird nest falling while chopping trees.

It should be noted that boosting past 99 woodcutting does not have an effect on the speed at which players receives logs.[1] Therefore the +1 boost a player gains when equipping the skillcape as well as any other boosts such as the Infernal/Dragon axe special attack aren't necessary when woodcutting. This is not true for the woodcutting guild where boosts past 99 do increase the player's woodcutting speed.[2]

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

As of 7 July 2021, there are 89,854 current members that have achieved level 99 in Woodcutting.

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When equipped, the Woodcutting cape grants a 10% increased chance of finding a bird's nest.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 19 September 2016. (Archived from the original on 29 October 2018.) Mod Ash: "No; according to the documentation the standard skill-random method ignores boosts over 99."
  2. Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 10 July 2017. (Archived from the original on 28 May 2020.) Mod Ash: "It actually does. That's inconsistent with how stat-boosting normally works, but we were being generous with the guild rules."