PrayerEdit This Entity
- 1.0 - Introduction
- 2.0 - Basics of Praying
- 3.0 - The Prayers and Drain Rates
- 4.0 - Prayer Apparel
- 5.0 - Training Prayer
- 6.0 - Prayer Urns
- 7.0 - Miscellaneous Information
Prayer is a skill that summons the powers of the RuneScape gods to help you in combat. To train this skill, you must pay tribute to the gods by burying bones. The more bones you bury, the higher your Prayer level will become, allowing you to access more powerful prayers to use at your disposal. However, as you use these prayers, your level will slowly drop (for example, 30/40) until it is at zero (0/40). You then cannot use any prayers until you recharge your Prayer using Prayer potions or altars.
A high Prayer level can be very useful in battles, especially in Free worlds where players cannot access restorative potions. If you want to try to take on a high level monster for better drops, Protect from Melee can save your life. Prayer is invaluable in any quest or areas where there are high level monsters that need to be slain. Also, if you want to test out if you can kill a monster, but you want some kind of back-up, Prayer is the answer. If you are having trouble killing it, Prayer can act as your insurance by either helping you do more damage or protect you long enough for you to run away or teleport.
The Prayer menu is located on the right hand side of your screen right beside the Magic menu. The symbol is a small star. When the Prayer window is open, you will see many symbols. Here is how you can tell their status.
|This means this prayer is not available for you to use.|
|You have the ability to use this prayer; however it has not been activated.|
|The prayer has been selected and it is in use.|
When a prayer is turned on, the effect will immediately take place. However, if you leave a prayer activated your level will begin to drop. The higher level the prayer being used, the quicker your Prayer will be reduced. Multiple prayers will also cause a significant increase in Prayer reduction. Once your Prayer points reach 0, you will not be able to use Prayer any longer. You must then recharge you Prayer level. There are a few different methods you can use to do this.
These will recharge all of your Prayer points. They are located throughout the churches of RuneScape as well as in many other places and are marked by the icon on the minimap. To pray at an altar, simply click on it and your Prayer points will be restored. Note: You will also find altars in the player-owned homes of some higher leveled players.
Certain altars will even give you a bonus of extra Prayer points. They are:
- Monks Altar (20 Extra points) - Top of Monastery
- Nature Altar (20 Extra points) - Grotto Tree in Filliman Tarlock's Camp, Morytania.
- Elidinis Altar (20 Extra points, as well as 20 Life points over your maximum level temporarily) - Nardah
- Zaros Altar (+15% of your Prayer points) - Temple of Senntisten
Along with the completion of the As a First Resort... quest, you'll gain access to a spring called the Sulphur Pool. This pool recharges your Prayer points and gives you a couple extra Prayer levels depending on your current level.
Jangerberries are the only piece of food that can heal Prayer. They heal 20 Life points and 10 Prayer points.
Potions can be made by RuneScape members using the Herblore skill.
|Prayer potion||Restores 70-310 of your Prayer points depending on your level|
|Super restore potion||Restores about 40% of your Prayer points and other effects such as restoring your stats if they're lowered.|
|Super prayer potion||Restores 70 - 410 of your Prayer points depending on your level|
|Prayer Renewal Potion*||Restore a sizeable sum of prayer points over the course of five minutes.|
When you turn a prayer on, it will start draining your Prayer points until you have zero, and you will have to recharge your points at an altar or by taking a potion. This chart also indicates how fast each will drain your Prayer points. Note that prayers from Retribution and on are members only.
The various prayers will aid you in many different ways, from stat restoring and boosting to damage protection. Here is a complete list of the modern prayers you can perform in RuneScape:
|1||Thick Skin||Increases your defence by 5%||Ten Prayer points every 12 seconds|
|4||Burst of Strength||Increases your strength by 5%||Ten Prayer points every 12 seconds|
|7||Clarity of Thought||Increases your attack by 5%||Ten Prayer points every 12 seconds|
|8||Sharp Eye||Increases your range by 5%||Ten Prayer points every 12 seconds|
|9||Mystic Will||Increases your magic by 5%||Ten Prayer points every 12 seconds|
|10||Rock Skin||Increases your defence by 10%||Ten Prayer points every 6 seconds|
|13||Superhuman Strength||Increases your strength by 10%||Ten Prayer points every 6 seconds|
|16||Improved Reflexes||Increases your attack by 10%||Ten Prayer points every 6 seconds|
|19||Rapid Restore||2x restore rate for all stats except Life points and Prayer points||Ten Prayer points every 36 seconds|
|22||Rapid Heal||2x restore rate for Life points||Ten Prayer points every 18 seconds|
|25||Protect Items||Keep 1 extra item if you die||Ten Prayer points every 18 seconds|
|26||Hawk Eye||Increases your range by 10%||Ten Prayer points every 6 seconds|
|27||Mystic Lore||Increases your Magic by 10%||Ten Prayer points every 6 seconds|
|28||Steel Skin||Increases your defence by 15%||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|31||Ultimate Strength||Increases your strength by 15%||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|34||Incredible Reflexes||Increases your attack by 15%||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|35||Protect from Summoning||Reduces the damage dealt through Summoning Scrolls and prevents the use of a Familiar's special attack. This is stackable with protect prayers.||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|37||Protect from Magic||Protection from Magical Attacks||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|40||Protect from Missiles||Protection from Ranged Attacks||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|43||Protect from Melee||Protection from Melee Attacks||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|44||Eagle Eye||Increases your range by 15%||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|45||Mystic Might||Increases your mage by 15%||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|46||Retribution||Inflicts damage to nearby targets if you die||Ten Prayer points every 12 seconds|
|49||Redemption||Heals you if your health falls below 10%||Ten Prayer points every 6 seconds (If used below 10% health, Prayer points completely drains)|
|52||Smite||1/4 of damage dealt is also removed from the prayer of your opponent||Ten Prayer points every 1.8 seconds|
|60||Chivalry||Increases your Defence by 20%, your Strength by 18% and your Attack by +15%. You must have completed King's Ransom and the training room in Camelot and have 60 Defence.||Ten Prayer points every 1.5 seconds|
|65||Rapid Renewal||Restores life points at 5 times the normal rate. Must be purchased as a reward from Dungeoneering.||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|70||Piety||Increases your Defence by 25%, your Strength by 23% and your Attack by 20%. You must have completed King's Ransom and the training room in Camelot and have 70 Defence.||Ten Prayer points every 1.5 seconds|
|74||Rigour||Increases your ranged attack by 20% and ranged defence by 25%. Must be purchased as a reward from Dungeoneering.||Ten Prayer points every 2 seconds|
|77||Augury||Increases your magical attack by 20% and magical defence by 25%. Must be purchased as a reward from Dungeoneering.||Ten Prayer points every 1.8 seconds|
After completing The Temple at Senntisten, you will gain access to a new prayer book. Similar to the Ancient Magicks, to activate it, you must pray at the altar in the Senntisten Temple under the Digsite. Doing so will also boost your Prayer by 15%.
|50||Protect Item||Keep 1 extra item if you die||Ten Prayer points every 18 seconds|
|50||Sap Warrior||Drains 10% of your opponent's attack, strength, and defence, increasing to 20% over time||Ten Prayer points every 2.5 seconds|
|52||Sap Ranger||Drains 10% of your opponent's ranged and defence, increasing to 20% over time||Ten Prayer points every 2.5 seconds|
|54||Sap Mage||Drains 10% of your opponent's magic and defence, increasing to 20% over time||Ten Prayer points every 2.5 seconds|
|56||Sap Spirit||Drains your opponent's special attack energy||Ten Prayer points every 2.5 seconds|
|59||Berserker||Boosted stats last 15% longer||Ten Prayer points every 18 seconds|
|62||Deflect Summoning||Blocks damage from familiars and their special attacks, has a chance of deflecting damage back upon the enemy||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|65||Deflect Magic||Blocks magic damage, has a chance of deflecting damage back upon the enemy||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|68||Deflect Missiles||Blocks ranged damage, has a chance of deflecting damage back upon the enemy||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|71||Deflect Melee||Blocks melee damage, has a chance of deflecting damage back upon the enemy||Ten Prayer points every 3 seconds|
|74||Leech Attack||Boosts your attack by 5%, increasing to 10% over time. Drains enemy attack by 10%, increasing to 25% over time||Ten Prayer points every 3.5 seconds|
|76||Leech Ranged||Boosts your ranged by 5%, increasing to 10% over time. Drains enemy ranged by 10%, increasing to 25% over time||Ten Prayer points every 3.5 seconds|
|78||Leech Magic||Boosts your magic by 5%, increasing to 10% over time. Drains enemy magic by 10%, increasing to 25% over time||Ten Prayer points every 3.5 seconds|
|80||Leech Defence||Boosts your defence by 5%, increasing to 10% over time. Drains enemy defence by 10%, increasing to 25% over time||Ten Prayer points every 3.5 seconds|
|82||Leech Strength||Boosts your strength by 5%, increasing to 10% over time. Drains enemy strength by 10%, increasing to 25% over time||Ten Prayer points every 3.5 seconds|
|84||Leech Energy||Boosts your run energy, and drains your enemy's run energy by up to 10%||Ten Prayer points every 3.3 seconds|
|86||Leech Special Attack||Boosts your special attack energy, and drains your enemy's special attack energy by up to 10%||Ten Prayer points every 4 seconds|
|89||Wrath||If this is active when you die, it deals up to 25% of your prayer level to all nearby enemies. This curse will not hurt other players outside of PvP areas, and it won't hit multiple targets in non-multicombat zones.||Ten Prayer points every 10 seconds|
|92||Soul Split||If this is active when you are fighting another player, they will lose 10 Prayer points (and you will gain 10 life points) for every 50 damage you do to them. This curse is not affected by your victim's protection prayers.||Ten Prayer points every 2 seconds|
|95||Turmoil||Increases your attack and defence by 15%, plus 15% of your opponents attack and defence, as well as your strength by 23%, plus 10% of your opponent's strength. Note that the attack and defence boosts are limited to 14 levels, and the strength boost is limited to 9.||Ten Prayer points every 2.2 seconds|
When you wear clothing that has Prayer properties, your Prayer equipment bonus will rise. Your Prayer equipment bonus is located in the equipment stat window. The higher your Prayer equipment bonus, the longer it takes for you to run out of Prayer points. This means you will be able to use prayers for longer without having to recharge your Prayer points.
Below is a table that shows the other equipment that gives you a Prayer boost:
* = Note that other forms of this item give the same bonuses.
There are a few ways you can get Prayer experience. One of the most popular and cost-effective methods of training prayer is using bones or ashes on a player-owned altar or the Ectofuntus. You can also get prayer experience by killing monsters, picking up their bones or ashes, and then simply burying or scattering them. Another way, exclusive to members, is by burning the remains of Shades. Some quests will reward a player with Prayer experience. One last way, also for members only, is by killing Ghasts.
With the release of Construction came the ability for players to make special altars where you are able to worship bones and ashes. This practice has been dominating the Ectofuntus technique, as it is much less of a hassle if you have a higher level altar at which to worship. The best location to travel to and from a bank would be Yanille. The bank is just east of the POH portal, making it far easier than having to teleport around when using the Ectofuntus.
There are three types of burners: Regular, Mahogany and Marble. See the Construction guide for information on how to construct them. Dependant on your altar type and the amount of incense burners you have lit, you will be awarded more Prayer experience for the bones you worship. The values shown in the table below are based on using Marble burners, although each of the incense burners give the same bonus. Where it shows "##%" below, simply divide the percentage by 100, then multiply the regular bone experience given by the resulting number. Example: Divide 225% by 100 (or just put a decimal point after the first number) to get 2.25, then multiply that by the regular bone XP to get the XP given when worshipping.
|Picture||Name||No burners lit||One burner lit||Two burners lit|
|Oak altar||-||150% of XP||200% of XP|
|Teak altar||110% of XP||160% of XP||210% of XP|
|Cloth altar||125% of XP||175% of XP||225% of XP|
|Mahogany altar||150% of XP||200% of XP||250% of XP|
|Limestone altar||175% of XP||225% of XP||275% of XP|
|Marble altar||200% of XP||250% of XP||300% of XP|
|Gilded altar||250% of XP||300% of XP||350% of XP|
Gilded altars with 2 burners are by far the most effective altars to use because they give the most experience bonus. The amount of experience you would get per bone is as follows:
|Frost dragon bones||630||0|
If you have your own gilded altar, it would be best to have 2 Clean marrentill herbs in your inventory, runes for "Teleport to House," a Tinderbox, a Ring of duelling or Amulet of glory equipped, and the rest of your inventory (and an optional Beast of Burden) filled with bones. Simply teleport, light the burners, use all of your bones, bank at Castle Wars, and repeat.
If you do not have your own altar, searching the Runescape Official Events Forum often has offers for "open" altars free for anyone to use. Just make sure that the incense burners are lit or you will miss out on significant experience.
When you kill monsters in RuneScape, you will usually get a set of bones or a pile of ashes. To bury bones and scatter ashes you must have picked them up so that they are in your inventory. Then you can either right click on the bones and select "Bury", right click the ashes and select "scatter", or simply left click them.
Different types of bones and ashes give different experience values. Unlike other skills, there is no Prayer requirement for burying different bones or scattering different ashes. Here is a list of all the bones and ashes you can find in RuneScape:
|Picture||Bone Name||Experience||Efficiency (Cost/Exp)*|
|Small monkey bones||5||N/A|
|Big monkey bones||18 - Monkey guards without beards
20 - Monkey guards with beards
|Frost dragon bones||180||0|
Long bones and Curved bones can be obtained by any monster that drops Big bones. If you take these bones to Barlak in Dorgesh-Kaan, he will pay you and give you Construction experience for them if your Construction level is over 30. (1000gp and 1500xp for Long bones, 2000gp and 3000xp for Curved bones)
If you wish to bypass the extreme cost of buying your own bones, you can save a lot of money, at the cost of even more time, by killing your own monsters. Here are some tips on which NPCs would be most effective depending on your Combat skills.
Free Players: The best places for you are "Chicken Coops". Both these places give good prayer XP/hour. The monsters are easy to kill and provide relatively good combat XP up to, and even beyond level 39. Again, do not rely on just training sessions here to gain prayer XP; pick up every bone you see and bury it.
Members: Due to your low combat level, "Chicken Coops" are still the best place to train. However, since you are on a members server you should have less people crowding you so you should gain XP quite a bit faster.
Free Players: Although you could still train at Chicken Coops and get relatively good XP, it is recommend to go to the Giant's Cavern which is in the Edgeville Dungeon. Simply kill Hill giants there and bury the Big bones.
Members: Khazard Battlefield is a very good place to train. There are plenty of bones to bury and the Khazard warriors are fairly easy to kill. You could also opt to kill Moss giants northwest of Ardougne, Hill giants in the dungeon west of Varrock, or Baby blue dragons in the Taverley Dungeon.
Free Players: You should train at the Chaos Temple in the wilderness because there are over ten bone spawns there. Beware of other players that lurk in the wilderness. You should try to bring just 3 items and a some food so that you do not lose anything important.
Members: Here you can continue to fight level 48 Baby blue dragons in the Taverley Dungeon, or you can check out Green dragons in the wilderness which drop plenty of bones; just be careful of pkers. You can also move on to Blue dragons in Taverley Dungeon or the Heroes' Guild if you feel you are strong enough.
The Ectofuntus is an extremely worthwhile method of training your prayer, but only if you can afford to buy and grind a lot of Dragon bones. This is because it multiplies the number of experience you normally get by four; so for a dragon bone, you get 288 XP instead of 72 XP. This method involves collecting buckets of slime, grinding your bones, and worshipping them at the Ectofuntus in Port Phasmatys. There are many methods that you can use to worship your bones efficiently, but the one revealed below is known to be the most efficient.
This method involves buying 65 pots, and 150 buckets (or less depending on how many bones you're going to grind). These can be bought easily from the Port Phasmatys general store, although you need an Ghostspeak amulet to speak to the general store owner. You will also need an Ectophial and a number of rings of duelling - at least 10 - so you can teleport to and from the Castlewars arena.
Start off at the Castlewars bank chest and withdraw your Ectophial, a ring of duelling, and 26 empty buckets. Empty your Ectophial, refill it at the Ectofuntus, then open the trapdoor. Climb down, and head to the bottom floor (use the Agility shortcut if you can). Fill all your buckets with slime (fill one and it will automatically fill the rest), then use your ring of duelling to get back to the Castlewars arena. Repeat this process until all your buckets are filled with slime.
Once you've done this, clear your inventory and withdraw your filled Ectophial, ring of duelling, 13 empty pots and 13 of your bones. Teleport to the Ectofuntus, refill your Ectophial, and then head up the stairs. Right click your bones, and use them with the bone grinder. Then wind the wheel to grind the bones. Now empty the ground bones into one of your pots. Due to an update with the Ectofuntus, you may now choose to automatically grind up all of the bones in your inventory without having to click each time. Continue this process until your pots are full of bonemeal, then teleport to the Castlewars arena. Bank, repeat, and withdraw a new ring of duelling as your old ones disintegrate.
When you have filled all 65 pots, clear your inventory again at the Castlewars bank chest. This time withdraw 13 buckets of slime, 13 pots of bonemeal, your Ectophial, and a ring of duelling. Teleport to the Ectofuntus with your Ghostspeak amulet on. Refill your Ectophial and worship at the altar ten times, then drop an empty bucket and collect your tokens from a ghost disciple. Then worship the remaining three pots, and teleport back to the Castlewars arena. Bank and repeat, keeping your pots and buckets for future use.
Below is a table listing the amount of experience you would receive from using bones with the Ectofuntus:
|Picture||Bone Name||Experience||Efficiency (Cost/Exp)*|
The burning of the shades at Mort'ton is rather slow Prayer experience, but you can get cool rewards by using the keys that appear after burning shades. By burning the remains of shades at the dungeon in Mort'ton, you can gain both Prayer and Firemaking experience. This is for members only. Here is a table of how much each of the shade remains gives you after you burn it:
An alternative to ghasts would be slaying the Vyrewatch. They can only be killed with an Ivandis flail, or if you have got up to a certain point in Branches of Darkmeyer, a Blisterwood polearm, Blisterwood staff, or Blisterwood stake. The rewards from burning their corpses can vary from simple herbs to god armour otherwise only obtainable from Treasure Trails. Their corpse can only be burned in the The Paterdomus Columbarium after completion of the Legacy of Seergaze quest.
Refer to our Shades of Mort'ton guide for more information.
Upon the completion of the Nature Spirit quest, you will have the ability to slay ghasts. Killing one ghast will reward you with 30 Prayer XP. This is a decent method of training Prayer for lower leveled players. The recommended equipment and inventory to take for this method are listed below:
- » Torag platebody
- Alternative: Rune platebody
- » Torag platelegs
- Alternative: Rune platelegs
- » Helmet of Neitiznot
- Alternative: Berserker helmet, Dragon med helmet, Rune full helmet
- » Flail of Ivandis
- Alternative: Blessed sickle
- » Dragon sq shield
- Alternative: Rune kiteshield
- » Recipe for Disaster gloves
- Alternative: Fist of Guthix gauntlets
- » Dragon boots
- Alternative: Rune boots, Climbing boots
- » Cape of achievement
- Alternative: Obsidian cape, Fremmenik cloak
- » Amulet of glory
- Alternative: Amulet of power
- Filled druid pouche
- Fishing rod
- Shark, monkfish, or lobster
Note: You cannot equip a shield when using the flail of Ivandis.
You will notice that you can't harm ghasts but they can harm you. To change this, use the 'Bloom' option on your sickle while standing nearby some hollow logs. When you cast the spell, mushrooms will appear on the logs, and you will need to pick them up. Place them inside your druid pouch, and when a ghast attacks you, it will revert to its attackable form. Now you can attack it with your flail of Ivandis or your blessed sickle. Keep in mind though that everytime you cast 'Bloom' it will drain 30 Prayer points away. If you are running low on those then you can use the altar inside of the Grotto to the south (Picture).
Another thing to to watch out for is your food supply. Ghasts like to turn your food rotten, so to prevent this, you can fish in the swamps nearby (Picture). This will give you an unlimited source of food for fighting them. Ghasts also drop bait, so you shouldn't ever have to bank for more.
If you want to save time at the cost of more money, you can buy Morytania mushrooms from the Grand Exchange to fill your pouches quickly instead of gathering the supplies yourself.
With the addition to pottery in the Crafting skill, players can now create, charge and teleport various types of urns for five different skills for experience in the particular skill that the urn was used on. Of the five skills, Prayer is one of them, and with the right Crafting level, players can create an urn, fire it, fill it with ashes from killing demonic monsters, add an Air rune, and then teleport it to Ernie in Varrock for an alloted amount of Prayer experience.
|Image||Urn||Prayer Experience||Crafting Required|
|Impious urn||120*||Level 2|
|Accursed urn||375*||Level 26|
|Infernal urn||1875*||Level 62|
*- Prayer experience will be gained when the urn is teleported to Ernie.
The "Protect from" Prayers and the higher leveled members prayers (Retribution, Smite, Chivalry, Piety and Redemption) can team with any prayers except themselves, e.g, Protect From Melee can team with Rapid Heal, but it can not team with Smite or Protect from Ranged. Note that if you do team prayers, the drain rate will increase dramatically.
When you use the Ancient Mace Special attack it increases your Prayer points, allowing you to use your prayers longer. It makes your Prayer points higher based on what you hit, so lets say you have 52 Prayer. When you use the mace's special attack and hit an 80, it will raise your Prayer points to 600 (+80 bonus). This is great to use before an important war, if you have low prayer, or before you go to a difficult boss or activity.
Although there is no specific guild for people with high Prayer, there is a special area in the Monastery (north-east of Falador) for people with higher-than-average Prayer. If you have level 31 or higher Prayer you can enter the second floor of the Monastery, which is often referred to as the Prayer Guild. In this guild you can find a Monks robe respawn (both top and bottom), a special altar which gives +20 extra Prayer points when you recharge there, and Brother Jered, who will enchant your Holy symbols of Saradomin as well as sell the Cape of Accomplishment for the Prayer skill.
Upon completion of the Rum Deal quest, you will receive a Holy Wrench. The Holy Wrench will restore an additional 10-20 Prayer points when drinking a Prayer potion. It may also slow Prayer drain. It is a very useful item when PKing, "Barrowing", finishing Fight Caves, or any other action that requires Prayer or Prayer potions.
Through the use of the Crafting skill, players have the ability to craft unblessed Holy and Unholy symbols. These symbols can be enchanted by players using a Prayer book. The Holy symbol can be blessed using a Holy book (Saradomin). Likewise, an Unholy symbol can be blessed using an Unholy book (Zamorak). A Book of Balance (Guthix) has the ability to bless both symbols. Blessing a symbol requires a Prayer level of 50.
Upon the death of a friend, a gravestone appears. A player then has the ability to either Repair or Bless the gravestone. Repairing a gravestone requires a Prayer level of 2, while blessing a gravestone requires a Prayer level of 70. When repaired, a gravestone lasts for 5 more minutes. Blessing a gravestone allows it to last up to an hour. More details on gravestones can be found in the Getting Started Guide.
If you want to have access to free bone spawns but do not want to risk running into pkers, the Edgeville Dungeon is filled with bone respawns that allow for slow but cheap Prayer experience.
Those possessing adequate Firemaking and Crafting levels, Chewed or Mangled bones, and sufficient Barbarian training can make funeral pyre ships to receive a 300% experience bonus for a certain amount of bones you bury. Simply head to the whirlpool south of the Barbarian Outpost with logs, your bones, a hatchet, and a tinderbox to create your ship. The higher the log you use, the more bones you can bury for an experience boost:
|Picture||Name||Required Firemaking/Crafting Level||Bones Buried Withholding Enchantment|
|Artic Pine log||62||3|
Refer to our Firemaking Guide for more information.
The efficiency column is very useful in deciding which method you want to train and which bone you want to use. As a general rule, the lower the efficiency, the lower the cost of training. So, from the tables in the training section, we see that the Ectofuntus is the cheapest method, followed by Gilded altars and plain burying. One other thing that has to be taken into account is the time required. The Ectofuntus requires a lot of preparation time, making it less efficient overall (even though it is cheaper). The best method of training is Gilded altars
Time also plays a factor in bone choice. Although the lower leveled bones are cheaper to use, you would need to bury a lot more of them. Try to get a balanced mix of cost efficiency and time efficiency based on your abilities to find the best bone to train with for you. Use this guide and our Prayer calculator to help you.
After completing Fur 'n' Seek quest, you can kill the Skeletal Horror once every 6 days. The first time you kill it, you will receive 7,000 Prayer experience. You will receive 1,000 Prayer experience every time you kill it after that