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Seers' Village
Sorcerer's Tower Legends' Guild Entrana
The Legends' Guild.

The Legends' Guild (Fairy ring code BLR) is the most exclusive of all quest-based guilds in RuneScape. It is located to the northeast of East Ardougne, east of Hemenster and the south of Seers' Village. To enter the grounds of the Legends' Guild, players must have started the Legends Quest. However, to enter the actual building, players must have completed the entire quest. Radimus Erkle is the headmaster of the guild, and he is also the start point of the Legends Quest.



A map of the Legends' Guild.

There are several methods of getting to the Legends' Guild:




Entrance of the Legends Guild.

At the gates of the Legend Guild, there are two Legends guards on duty, only letting players who have started or completed the Legends Quest go through the gates. If a player who is a member of the guild enters the gates the guards proclaim "Legends' guild member approaching!".

Ground floor

The ground floor.

Radimus Erkle stands at the ground floor. There is also the Gold Totem which was obtained through the completion of the Legends Quest. The Skills necklace and Combat bracelet are recharged at the totem.

The guild has recently lost some of its popularity. The Cape of Legends, which once was the best in the game, has since been overshadowed by Skill capes, the Fire cape, the Obsidian cape and even the cloaks from the Ardougne Diary.

First floor

On the first floor of the guild is a general store run by Fionella. She pays more for any of the player's items than regular general stores.

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The store sells the following items:

Item Price
Swordfish 400 coins
Apple pie 140 coins
Attack potions (3) 560 coins
Steel arrows 46 coins

Second floor

The eastern ladder on the first floor leads to a bank where players are able to deposit and withdraw items. The western ladder leads to Siegfried Erkle's Shop of Useful Items.

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The 'Legends Guild Shop of Useful Items' sells the following items:

Item Price Notes
Cape of Legends 450 coins
Shield right half 750,000 coins
Maze key 1 coin Allows access to Melzar's Maze
Dusty key 1 coin Unlocks the door to the Blue dragons in the Taverley Dungeon
Mithril Seeds 300 coins These are the plants that you grow into wieldable flowers

This store used to sell Silverlight, but this sword was removed from the store's stock. Instead, when lost, it can be reclaimed from Sir Prysin for 500 gold.


The dungeon beneath Legend's guild

Downstairs is a dungeon that contains Giant bats, Scorpions, and Shadow Warriors. The warriors are believed to drop the left half of the dragon shield more commonly than other monsters. Shadow warriors have gained popularity as a training monster since the release of Summoning, thanks to their frequent drops of crimson charms.

Suspected Members of the Legends' Guild (NPCs)

All the following NPCs seem to be wearing the Cape of legends. Whether this means they are members of the Legends Guild or if their cape just happens to be identical or very similar to the Cape of legends is unknown.


  • The lowest level player to buy a Cape of Legends from the Legends' Guild was a level 5 who abused the Noclip Glitch. The glitch has been patched.
  • The lowest level player to beat the Legends' Quest, with video proof, had a combat level of 52.
  • The guild has been remodeled twice, once with the release of RuneScape HD and a second time when While Guthix Sleeps was released.
  • The Guild's main door used to be made of pure Mithril, but now it seems to be made of wood.
  • The player notes that the front gates are made of pure mithril when they are searched.

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


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