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A player in full Proselyte (with cuisse).
A female player in full Proselyte (with tasset}

Proselyte armour can be obtained after completing the Slug Menace quest from Sir Tiffy Cashien in Falador. The armour requires level 30 defence, and has the same stats as its adamant armour counterpart (except for the prayer bonus).

The armour consists of only three pieces of plate armour, letting you choose either legs (cuisse) or a skirt (tasset). Proselyte armour, when combined with white gloves, white boots or Bandos Boots, Falador Shield 3 and an Explorer's ring will give the highest Prayer bonus for melee armour. This is due to the fact that full Verac's equipment gives a higher prayer bonus in total (without gloves/boots and shield) but includes a two-handed weapon.

They are also a popular substitute for expensive armour as they provide reasonably good defence bonuses and are cheap comparable to their prayer bonus.

A full set of the armour can be stored in the Armour case of a Player-owned house.

Prices

Note: The harnesses' in-game names are abbreviated "Pros'yte".

Stats

Combined, the full set (sallet, hauberk,cuisse/tasset) has the following statistics:

Bonuses
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A player in full Proselyte (with cuisse)
A player in full Proselyte (with cuisse)
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 -57 -19
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+117 +115 +100 -11 +113 +46
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
0 0 +17 0

Trivia

  • When Proselyte armour first came out, Jagex made the mistake of making it free-to-play, so free players could get it from another player but not wear it. (Proselyte skirts could be traded and worn as well)
  • If you examine a green plumed white knight, it says a white knight acolyte. This obviously means there is a rank above Proselyte, and if you examine a yellow plumed knight, is says proselyte. Also, If you happen to examine the blue plumed knight, it says partisan, which is apparently the highest rank.
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