RuneScape is a game with tons of PVE, PVM, and PVP. It means that you will be taking on fights with monsters and other in-game enemies, and also real players. It also means that you might also die in the game while fighting with some enemies. Here is a detailed explanation of what actually happens when you die in RuneScape.
A player dies in RuneScape when all the life points of their in-game character go down to zero. It happens when you take damage from incoming attacks. When you die, the first thing that you will notice is that a message appears in the chat box. The message will say, “Oh dear, you are dead!”
When you die for the first time in RuneScape as a new player, you will enter Death’s realm, where Death himself will explain how Death in RuneScape works. The main terms that will be explained here include the items that get lost after dying and gravestones. Players can exit this place using Death’s hourglass.
When players die in RuneScape, they get transported to Death’s office. At this point, they get full health points, and their stats also get restored. However, one thing that they might not get is their items. Players may lose some items, and some items might be kept by Death for 23 hours, which can be redeemed for a fee. To exit Death’s office, players need to use Death’s hourglass, which will teleport them to the Camelot, Falador, Lumbridge, Soul Wars, or Prifddinas.