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Blood rune

Blood runes are used for wave spells and surge spells in the normal spellbook and are used in many spells in the Ancient Magicks spellbook and the Lunar Spellbook. Blood runes are dropped by several monsters, such as Fire giants, Ankous, and a rare drop from Ice giants. They may be stolen from the chest in the Chaos Druid Tower north of Ardougne or purchased in the Magic Guild. There is also a respawn point near the Demonic Ruins. They are also fairly common loot from the barrows chest.


Until 22 April 2008, it was not possible to craft blood runes by any means other than the Ourania altar. Blood runes can now be crafted (level 77 Runecrafting) at the Blood altar after completing the Legacy of Seergaze quest, and give 10.5 experience each.

Price / Experience comparison
Grand Exchange price GP / Exp
(per essence)
Nature rune 232 25.8
Law rune 296 31.2
Death rune 374 37.4
Blood rune 308 29.3
Soul rune 267 N/A
You can now craft blood runes.
A blood rune on the ground in Runescape HD.


Spells

Blood runes are needed in certain physical pay-to-play spells and some other non-physical pay-to-play spells. Below is a list of spells in which Blood runes are used.

Trivia

  • The most blood runes required for a spell are 4, for the Blood Barrage spell.
  • Blood runes were stuck at the Grand Exchange price floor of 275 coins each for a long time, but since have risen to over 400 coins each.
  • The blood rune is similar in design to the water rune.
  • There used to be a glitch that allowed people to obtain free blood runes from Barbarian Assault. Some abusers made millions.
  • The value of 1 Blood rune in Investment Credits in Mobilizing Armies is 166 Investment Credits.

References

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