The Bank on the top floor of Lumbridge Castle. The Main Bank is on the top floor of Lumbridge Castle. The Lumbridge Bank contains several log spawns right next to it. Players can use it as an alternative to the Al Kharid range.
The west bank is near the western city gate. The east bank is southeast of the palace, just north of Aubury’s Rune Shop. A third bank can be found in the Grand Exchange.
dated September 27, 2006 along with Lumbridge Home Teleport. This greatly increased the city’s popularity. Another members-only bank has been added along with the Thieves Guild, and access to it is a reward for Shoppers and Cellars and their various capers. on 1. July 2008.
Edgeville Bank is one of the closest banks to the wilderness, and wilderness explorers and player killers often use the bank for supplies. The Grand Exchange area with its bank has also at times become a very busy bank where players buy almost anything.
The main feature of Lumbridge is the Castle of Lumbridge, where players can start several quests and access the bank on the top floor.
The Metal Bank is a special bank where players can store all Core Ores and Ingots. It can be accessed from any Anvil, Forge, Blast Furnace, Grave Anvil, Grave Forge, Ore Crate, or through the normal bank interface. The metal bench can also be used in smelting and forging on the above objects.
Players can create up to nine tabs in their Bank to help organize their items. This feature allows players to save items with similar properties together, e.g. For example, place their items used in the Farming skill in one tab and their fishing items in another tab.
The Culinaromancer’s Chest is a special chest that members can access during and after the Recipe for Disaster quest. It is located in the Lumbridge Castle basement, but is invisible until the player reaches the point in Recipe for Disaster where Gypsy Aris stops time and spawns several subquests.
Just north of the Mage Arena is a small run-down house. Players should approach this house with caution as player killers may be waiting for them. Cut the nets in the house. Flip the lever on the wall of the house to be teleported into a small cave (commonly referred to as the Mage Bench).
Shilo Village is the southernmost town in Karamja, and the only way to gain access to the town is by completing the Shilo Village quest. It has a bank and good fishing spots and one of two gem mines for mining gems.
It lacks a bench, but is a starting point for several quests and is home to the Taverley Dungeon, formerly known as the largest dungeon in RuneScape, before the excavation of the Kourend Catacombs in year 169 of the fifth Age.
The only entity in this room is Ashuelot Reis that can provide banking services to the player. In this room is a magical barrier that traps Nex in its space.
Lumbridge Teleportation is a teleportation spell that requires level 31 magic and the default spellbook to cast. Requires 3 Air Runes, 1 Earth Rune, and 1 Right Rune to cast, granting 41 experience points per spell. It teleports the caster north of Lumbridge Castle, near the Lumbridge General Store and Lumbridge Market.
Varrock’s Shores are located near the East Gate and near the West Gate. They are very large buildings and easy to spot.
The basement can be accessed by climbing down a ladder located in the kitchen of Castle Lumbridge. Prior to the Recipe for Disaster or The Lost Tribe quests, this floor only has a cabbage, two leather boots, a jug, a knife, and a bucket.