Once Sten is able to demonstrate it to RuneScape gold you, Suak will tell you what kind of armor to create. If you make the piece he requests, you'll receive a bonus exp as a reward. After Suak's armor item changes, inside the anvil, select the armor piece, and then continue your work.
To create Runescape Burial Armor it is required to require a hammer as well as iron steel, steel, mithril adamant, or rune ingot. The smithing requirement is 30 as this is the minimum requirement for working with Iron ingots. For working with steel, you'll need smithing level 45. Level 60 for mithril, levels 70 to work with adamant, and level 90 for Runite.
Although it's more cost-effective to work with iron, the process is really slow. With Iron Grade I, you'll achieve 40,000 experience in an hour. If you opt for Steel Grade I, you'll receive 50,000 experiences per hour. The more valuable the metal , with the higher grade you choose to use to smith it, the more experience that you'll accrue.
For making burial armor first, you'll need build normal armor at the anvil near the burial anvils. Next, you'll need to go to the artisans' anvil and upgrade the armor into burial-grade armor. Once the armor is completed it'll be automatically taken through the chute next to the anvil.
If you want to go the easy way, then creating burial armor using Iron Grade I is the option. It is less expensive in gold per trip. However, as buy RS gold we've previously mentioned this process is incredibly slow. The cost for one Iron Ingot Grade I is 449 gold. The experience you will get with 1 Grade I Iron Ingot is 101. So you'll be spending 4.45 gold per dollar spent.