When Sten shows you how, Suak will tell you which piece of armor to create. If you can follow his asks RuneScape Gold, you'll get a bonus exp to reward you. If Suak's requested armor changes, in the anvil, pick that armor piece and continue working.
To create Runescape Burial Armor To make it, you'll need a hammer and iron steel, mithril the adamant, or the rune ingot. It is necessary to smith level 30 as this is the minimum requirement for working with iron ingots. To work with steel, it is necessary to attain level 45 in Smithing. Level 60 for mithril. niveau 70 for Adamant, while level 90 is for Runite.
Although it's cheaper to use iron yet the process is slow. When you work with Iron Grade I, you'll receive 40,000 hours of work. However, if you select Steel Grade I, you'll get 50,000 experience per hour. The more valuable the metal a higher grade you use and the greater smithing experience you'll get.
To create burial armor first, you'll have to create normal armor on the anvil close to the anvils for burial. You'll then have to go to the artisans' anvil and change the armor there to burial armor. After the armor has been upgraded the armor will then automatically pass through the chute in front of the anvil.
If you're looking for the easy way, making burial armor using Iron Grade I is the go. It uses less gold per unit. However, as we've discussed before that the process is slow. The cost of 1 Iron Ingot Grade I is 449 gold Cheap RuneScape Gold. The experience you will get from 1 Iron Ingot of Grade I is 101. This means you'll spend 4.45 gold per dollar spent.