Smithing in Runescape determines how strong equipment the player can make. The higher the smithing levels the better the items the player is able to OSRS Gold create. If smithing levels are higher you can build higher-quality armor and equip themselves better. In order to increase the smithing level, it is rather difficult because it requires you to create various items. One of the most efficient methods of increasing Smithing for Runescape is to create Burial Armor.
Burial Armor is an old dwarf armor that is produced at the Workshop of the Artists in the southeast part of Falador. The Dwarf Suak the dwarfs are believed to bury their deceased in this armor. Burial Armor constructed of Grade I ingots is designed for miners Grade II ingots for the warriors, plus Grade III ingots for burial armor for the smiths.
It's among the most effective ways of gaining an experience with smithing in the game. That is because the process gives the highest smithing experience in the game. But the armor you produce will be of no value. This method is known to be costly with no reward but offers a high level of quality experience. If you want a guide to armor that actually has value in Runescape read our guide on the top non-degradable armor for Runescape.
The player will need to travel to the Artisans Workshop to make the burial armor. To locate the Artisans workshop, take a look around the southeast corner of Falador. To the east of the workshop, a dwarf Suak will be sitting on an elevated platform near the anvils. Inquire him to teach you how to make it. He'll invite an additional dwarf Sten to show you how to make it in OSRS Gold For Sale an animated cut-scene. If you were not paying attention and you're not sure, you can ask him again.