Runecrafting Guide For RuneScape 3

Runecrafting Guide For RuneScape 3

It is nearly impossible to overestimate the role of Runecrafting in RuneScape 3. This system allows players to craft runes and cast magic spells using another rune or pure essence. Read this guide, and you will find out all you need to know about runecrafting in RuneScape 3. So, let’s get started!

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Where to Craft Runes in RuneScape 3

First and foremost, you should know that the only place in the game where you can craft runes is the Runecrafting Altars. Generally, you can get access to all altars in RuneScape 3 through Abyss, except Ourania and Astral altars. Doing it is extremely dangerous, but the result is worth your efforts.

How to Get Essence in RuneScape 3

The primary resource for crafting runes in RuneScape 3 is the essence. There are 3 types of the essence in RuneScape 3:

  1. Rune essence;
  2. Pure essence;
  3. Unstable essence.

Fortunately, there is nothing challenging about obtaining it. Rune essence and Pure essence can be obtained by trading with other players, mining, killing monsters, and quest rewards. Unstable essence can be obtained only from Wizard Rinsit – it is an exclusive reward.

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How to Craft Runes in RuneScape 3

And when you know where to craft runes and how to get pure essence, it is the right time to find out how to craft runes. Generally, there are 15 runes you can craft in this game. 6 of them you can craft in the free-to-play version, and 9 others you can craft only with a pay-to-play subscription. You only need to click on the altar and select the desired rune to craft it. 

In conclusion, there are 15 runes you can craft in RuneScape. Fortunately, nothing is challenging about crafting runes; you only need to head to the altar and accumulate the desired LVL, EXP, Pure Essence, and Ourania altar EXP. So, thank you for reading the guide. Hope you find it helpful!


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