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Bronze equipment is the weakest metal equipment in RuneScape. As with all things bronze, pieces of bronze equipment have a brown copper-like colour.



Bronze weapons give small attack and strength bonuses, allowing players hit more often and slightly harder than that of an unarmed status but not as hard as they would with weapons stronger than steel. It is common for low level players to wield them as they are very cheap and can be created with a low smithing

level. However, some high-level players may use them occasionally in clan wars or 'bronze wars'.
Bronze Weapons as seen in RuneScape Classic.

The weapons


Bronze armour is the weakest metal armour available to all players of Runescape (aside from the training shield, which is actually made of wood, and the wooden shield) Most players might be considered a "noob" by higher-level players when wearing bronze armour due to the lack of defensive bonuses. It is mainly worn by new players. A full set of Bronze Armour would include full helm, platebody, platelegs, and kiteshield, and would sell for around 148 coins. Other armours are: Iron, Steel, White(m),Black, Mithril, Adamant, Rune, God armours(same stats as rune), Minigame armours (m), Dragon (m).


A great set of armour for new players who are just starting off; bronze armour will provide the necessary protection to fight runescape's weakest monsters while taking minimal damage. If you're going to fight low level spell casting monsters however it is recommended that you remove the armour as it will increase the damage you receive. It is also advisable for pure players to upgrade to Iron-type armour as soon as possible for its increased defence.
Bronze Armour as seen in RuneScape Classic.
  • Sell
  • Any thing made out of bronze should not be sold as due to its poor selling price. If you are making bronze consider selling it to a general store or giving it to low levelled players.

Pieces of Armour 


Combined, the full set (kite shield, platebody, platelegs/plateskirt and full helm) has the following statistics:

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A player wearing full bronze armour.
A player wearing full bronze armour.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
+0 +0 +0 -65 -21
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+32 +33 +24 -12 +31 +6
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
+0 0 +0 0

Grand Exchange Pre-made Sets

If you would like the entire set without having to buy each piece individually, the Grand Exchange offers two different sets.

This article uses material from the "Bronze equipment" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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