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  • To make burial armor, first, you'll have to make normal armor at your anvil, which is located near the burial anvils. You'll then have to go to the artisans' anvil and change the armor there into burial-grade armor RS Gold. After the armor is fully upgraded it'll be automatically taken through the chute adjacent to the anvil.

    If you want to go the easy way, then creating burial armor with Iron Grade I is the method to follow. It uses less gold per exp. However, as we've said before it's really slow. The cost of one Iron Ingot Grade I is 449 gold. And the experience you get with 1 Iron Ingot Grade I is 101. This means you'll spend 4.45 gold per exp.

    F2P players are more inclined to use this method due to its low requirements. Iron is one of the most abundant elements in Runescape, and it is also quite affordable. For the transformation of the 1 Iron ore into Iron Ingot grade I It is just one ore; it doesn't need coal at all.

    The cost for making Burial Armor within Runescape depends on the type of material that you're using, as well as its grade. The type of material from the least valuable to the highest value is Iron Steel, Steel, Mithril, Adamant, and then Runite runescape 3 gold for sale. Whereas in grades, Grade I is the least expensive and the least pure, while Grade IV is the purest type of ingot.