Mining is a skill in RuneScape Classic that allows players to mine rocks and obtain various ores and minerals. Ores can then be smelted into bars and then smithed into armour and weapons.
- For training this skill, see the Mining Training article.
Before attempting to mine a rock, a player must have a pickaxe. The higher the level the pickaxe, the more swings the player will automatically take at the rock you are trying to mine with one click.
|Bronze pickaxe||1||1 coin|
|Iron pickaxe||1||140 coins|
|Steel pickaxe||6||500 coins|
|Mithril pickaxe||21||1300 coins|
|Adamant pickaxe||31||3200 coins|
|Rune pickaxe||41||32000 coins|
Unlike modern RuneScape, attempting to mine a rock containing ore you do not have the mining level for does not warn you that you cannot mine it. You will instead receive the message "You only succeed in scratching the rock".
While mining rocks for ores, players may randomly mine an uncut gem which include sapphires, emeralds, rubies and diamonds. Mining a gem through these rocks gives 1 mining experience. Mining gem rocks found in Shilo Village is a more efficient way to obtain uncut gems but can only be accessed after completing the Shilo Village quest. Mining a gem rock requires level 40 mining and gives 50 mining experience.
Uncut gems can be used in the crafting skill to create various pieces of jewelry.
For a complete list of mines, see the Mines article.
South east of VarrockEdit
North of Al KharidEdit
- 2 Copper rocks
- 1 Tin rock
- 5 Iron rocks
- 2 Silver rocks
- 1 Coal rock
- 1 Gold rock
- 1 Mithril rock
- 1 Adamantite rock
- 2 Empty rocks
South west of VarrockEdit
South of FaladorEdit
North-east of YanilleEdit
- Joe Bill64 was the first player to gain 99 mining.