Depending on type of stew, any skill can be boosted or reduced by 0 to 5 levels randomly. Monastery requires 31 Prayer , and is available to free players. Uses 100% of Special attack bar and restores Prayer equal to the damage dealt. This can fill your Prayer up to your Prayer level + the damage dealt.
How Prayer items work. Each Prayer bonus point slows the loss of prayer points by 3.33%. For example, having +30 in Prayer bonus points would make Prayers last 100% longer (twice as long).
Activating the cape’s effect will increase the corresponding skill by 1. Depending on type of stew, any skill can be boosted or reduced by 0 to 5 levels randomly. Has a variety of beneficial and disastrous effects.
Piety is the third highest level Prayer in Old School RuneScape. It requires a Prayer level of 70 and Defence level of 70 to use . Piety gives a temporary 25% boost to a player’s Defence, a 23% boost to a player’s Strength, and a 20% boost to a player’s Attack.
The only way to train Prayer is by burying Bones or Big Bones. If you were to just sit there and bury regular bones from level 1 – 99, it would take over 1000 hours and would cost you over 200 000 000. Big bones would take about 300 – 400 hours to bury to level 99.
If you have completed the aforementioned quests, you will need 51,656 dragon or wyvern bones to get from level 32 Prayer to 99 .
The Chaos Temple is a structure in level 38 Wilderness, west of the Lava Maze. It contains a chaos altar where players can recharge and train their Prayer. Free players may visit the temple , however only members may take advantage of the altar’s benefits.
Initiate is like white/black armour with prayer, Proselyte is like mithril with prayer. It’s alright if you want to conserve prayer potions and you won’t need food (in which case you might be better off with something that gives better defensive bonuses, conserving food instead of prayer).
Rada’s blessings are rewards from the Kourend & Kebos Diary obtained by speaking to Elise in the Kourend Castle courtyard.
A Prayer cape is a Cape of Accomplishment that can only be worn by players who have achieved a Prayer level of 99 . It can be purchased from Brother Jered, upstairs in the Monastery west of Edgeville. The cape and its corresponding hood costs 99,000 coins to purchase. A player performing the prayer cape’s emote.
Prayer flicking . A player demonstrating what happens when prayer flicking between Protect from Ranged and Melee against Dessous, causing him to not attack. Flicking lets a player use prayers in combat without having their prayer points drain continuously.
Prayer flicking is technically still a thing, but not really worth it. Especially since protection prayers no longer protect you 100%, it’s much better to focus on ability use for better DPS. In rs3 prayer flicking is on the very low end of the pvm skill set.