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||Latest Update – 22th September 99|
Armour and weapons can be smelted back into ingots.
- Items you wish to smelt must be in your back-pack.
- Smelting will be tied to the mining skill. The higher your skill in mining, the more ingots you will get back.
- The more wear and tear on an item, the less ingots it will return.
- Items purchased from an NPC will yield only one ingot when smelted.
- Smelted magic items will yield regular ingots.
- Smelting special metals will yield ingots of that colour, with the exception of dyeable kite shields.
- Smelting dyeable kite shields will return regular ingots regardless of the colour of the ingots used to make the shield.
- Smelting weapons will return regular ingots regardless of the colour of the ingots used to make the weapon.
- To smelt an item:
- Double-click a smithing tool, such as a hammer.
- The smithing window will open and contain a forge.
- Double-clicking the forge will bring up a targeting cursor.
- Targetting armour or a weapon that is in your backpack will smelt that item.
- You will receive a number of ingots depending on the item itself, its wear and tear, and your mining skill.
Clothing and leather armor can be cut back into cloth and leather respectively.
- Use scissors on clothing or leather armor to get the cloth or leather.
- Items you wish to unravel must be in your backpack.
- The amount of cloth or leather yielded is tied to the tailoring skill. The higher your skill in tailoring, the more cloth/leather you will get.
- Unraveled cloth will be coloured as the item.
- Footwear, newbie items and death robes cannot be unraveled.
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