If you would like to know more about the quest point cape, here’s everything you need before getting it.
There are a number of key items that can help you get through Old School Runescape. One of these unique items is the quest point cape, which we will be discussing today. We will be taking a look at what you’ll need to obtain the cape itself, and what it is capable of doing for you. So, if you have been saving your OSRS gold, then you should be able to get one without too much trouble.
What is the OSRS Quest Point Cape, and How Do You Get it?
The quest point cape, which is abbreviated to QC by many, is a cape that you can get from completing every quest in the game and getting 269 quest points. You can get the cape with the quest point hood from Draynor Village, where it’s sold by the Wise Old Man for the price of 99,000 OSRS GP. It isn’t the most expensive item in the game, so don’t worry about going to buy OSRS gold.
You can use the cape to teleport over to the Legends’ Guild’s gates as many times as you like. This can be very useful, since it takes you to where a fairy ring is too. Those who have the maximum amount of quest points will notice that you can get a reduced cost of 10,000 OSRS gold coins for dreams in the Nightmare Zone.
Trimming the Cape
There is also an untrimmed version of the cape that you can get which is considered by many as the equivalent of maxing out a skill. That said, the trimmed quest point cape will take up a lot more of your time. To get the trimmed quest point cape you will need to finish all of the achievement diaries to get the achievement diary cape.
Untrimmed quest point cape
Trimmed quest point cape
If a new quest is released, then the cape becomes unequipped. You will then need to complete the quest in order to be able to equip it again. Should your inventory be full at the time, then the cape is banked. If both the inventory and bank are full, then unfortunately you will need to revisit the Wise Old Man in Draynor Village. You won’t be able to take advantage of the cape’s teleport either until you finish the new quest.
Is it Worth it?
Working through quests in general has a lot of beneficial factors to it. It is great for earning OSRS gold, raising your skill levels, and allowing you to enjoy the overall experience of what Old School Runescape has to offer. The cape itself is very useful to use for getting elite clues and teleporting too.
It is a useful piece of armour, with a +9 bonus for all styles of defence. As for the trimmed version of the cape, you are also going to get a +4 Prayer bonus as well, if you are willing to put the time in to get the trimmed quest point cape. The emote that you can perform is pretty nifty too, once you manage to get your hands on the cape. That said, it is worth mentioning that it is one of the hardest capes to obtain within the entire game, so it’s worth keeping in mind that you are going to have to be up for getting stuck into a lot of game time so that you can get it for yourself.
It’s not just about having to complete the quests themselves either. You also have to consider that you are going to need to finish all of the achievement diaries as well, which is incredibly time-consuming to have to do. Having to complete a new quest each time one is released is also a particular gripe, especially having spent so long getting all the quests done in the first place. Whether you have acquired the cape beforehand or not has no bearing on this rule, so it is irrelevant where the rules are concerned here.
So overall, it is entirely up to you as to whether or not you should pursue the quest point cape. It is something that you should probably work towards as a long-term goal rather than chasing it from the outset. It has a lot of valuable properties, but also lives up to its reputation for how difficult it is to obtain. It won’t be costing as much as the likes of the Twisted Bow or anything like that, but you still have to part with some OSRS gold to get it.
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