These are the many different types of Cape that players can wear in RuneScape.
|Cape (black)||Can be obtained from killing a highwayman.||No|
|Cape (blue)||Can be obtained from the Champions' Guild.||No|
|Cape (pink)||Can be obtained from Betty in Port Sarim for 20 coins after a player completes The Hand in the Sand.||Yes|
|Cape (red)||Can be obtained from Thessalia's Fine Clothes in Varrock.||No|
|Cape of legends||Can be obtained from the Legends' Guild once the Legends Quest is completed.||Yes|
|Chocatrice cape||Rewarded during the 2008 easter event.||No|
|Eagle cape||Obtained during Eagles' Peak quest.||Yes|
|Fire cape||Awarded to players who managed to defeat TzTok-Jad in the TzHaar Fight Cave minigame and is the only animated cape in the game.||Yes|
|Moonclan cape||Part of the Moonclan robes set purchasable at the Lunar Isle clothing store.||Yes|
|Lunar cape||Part of the Lunar equipment acquired during the Lunar Diplomacy quest.||Yes|
|Obsidian cape||Dropped from the various TzHaar monsters and purchased from the weapons store there for 90000 Tokkul or can be bought from players for 138,600 coins.||Yes|
|Spotted cape||Can be obtained using the Hunter skill. You need at least level 40 hunter to wear it.||Yes|
|Spottier cape||Can be obtained using the Hunter skill. You need at least level 66 hunter to wear it.||Yes|
|Team capes||When someone wears the same Wilderness cape as another player, they appear as a blue dot on each other's minimap, and their left-click attack option is moved to the right-click button instead.||No|
|Saradomin cape||Rewards from the Mage Arena minigame.||Yes|
|Guthix cape||Rewards from the Mage Arena minigame.||Yes|
|Zamorak cape||Rewards from the Mage Arena minigame.||Yes|
|Soul Wars cape||Rewards from the Nomad's Requiem quest.||Yes|
|Quest point cape||Yes|
|Capes of Accomplishment
Agility • Attack • Construction • Cooking • Crafting • Defence • Farming • Firemaking • Fishing • Fletching • Herblore • Hitpoints • Hunter • Magic • Mining • Prayer • Ranging • Runecrafting • Slayer • Smithing • Strength • Summoning • Thieving • Woodcutting • Quest point
From time to time, some high-ranked Cybertronians tend to wear capes. Presumably, they are a symbol of office, as only generals, commanders, and other such leaders have been seen sporting them. Exactly what material these capes are made from is unknown, but one presumes that Earth-style fabrics are likely extremely rare on Cybertron (which could make the capes even more special, considering).
Quite a few characters have been depicted wearing trenchcoats, mostly when involved in detective work or similarly secretive activity.
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