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Additionally, each of the skill capes offer a temporary level boost in their respective skill.
Once a player achieves true skill mastery in a skill (level 120, including virtual levels), they may also buy a Master cape of Accomplishment from the same skill master that the Cape of Accomplishment is bought from.
These so called "trimmed skillcapes" can be used to identify that someone has more than one skillcape.
For this reason, the process of getting a second level 99 skill is sometimes referred to as "trimming" a cape.
Capes of Accomplishment are obtainable, when the requirements are met, by buying them from specific skill masters, who may be seen proudly displaying the cape that they sell.
They cost 99,000 coins each, regardless of the type of cape being bought (e.g. A temporary skill boost that raises a skill level to 99 will not allow the player to obtain the corresponding cape.
Similarly, the quest point cape has a master version for completing addition quest-related requirements, however the master version is sold by someone else.
On 5 September 2012 some skillcapes received an update which changed the icon on the back.A Cape of Accomplishment (more commonly known as a skillcape amongst players) is a cape that symbolises achieving Skill mastery (level 99) in a particular skill, or the completion of every quest.Each skill, in addition to the cape for quests, has its own distinct cape of accomplishment.Each cape also comes with a matching hood, although the hoods do not offer any bonuses.It is possible to combine the hood with the cape to change the cape's appearance - the cape will show the hood down when worn.