From Arigon Wikipedia

Prayers are unlocked as the level in the skill goes up, which are used to aid the player in combat. The prayers can help with Attack, Defence, Strength, Ranged, Magic, and Constitution, among other uses. When prayers are activated, they drain the player's prayer points until the prayer is turned off or all prayer points are used.

Prayer Books[edit | edit source]

Arigon offers two different spell books each including different prayers for different situations. The Prayer Book is typically used by those below 92 Prayer, with many basic spell boosts and effects. The Ancient Curses offer unique boosts but demand higher prayer levels to use.

Prayer book & Ancient Curses

Prayer Training[edit | edit source]

The best way to train prayer is by offering bones to altars. Below are a few options of which altars you can use and the benefits to each.

Wilderness Altar[edit | edit source]

Offering bones at the altar within the Chaos Temple in the Wilderness is a slightly slower but a much cheaper alternative to the gilded altar. The temple is located in level 38 Wilderness, so great caution must be exercised while employing this training method.

The temple has an altar which grants the same experience as a gilded altar with two burners lit, but also gives a 50% chance for the bone not to be consumed. This effectively doubles the amount of experience received per bone, as each bone that is saved once, can be saved again and again.

One may teleport directly to the altar by using the Wilderness Temple teleport on the third page of the "Player killing" section.

You can make this faster (although you will have increased risk so keep this in mind) if you take noted bones, and un-note them with Elder Chaos Druid outside of the temple, or you can take an inventory of un-noted bones, and then walk to the KBD lair to teleport out. You WILL need gold to exchange your noted bones for un-noted bones, so bring some money with you when you do this.

Home Bank Altar[edit | edit source]

You can train prayer in the bank at home, as there's an Altar located there right next to the bank. You'll have to forgo the benefit of saving bones 50% of the time, but with the Bone Preservation Prestige perk you can still get a 33% chance to save bones, so you don't miss out on too much XP this way..