- Can be equipped in the pocket slot
- Takes 3 minutes to fully charge; not required to be worn to gain charges
- If you have multiple, only 1 can gain charges at once
- Automatically destroyed once it reaches 100% charge
- On destruction gives always gives 5x25 basic parts and 4x1 components
- Has chance to give 1 rare component
- Can give multiple of same parts, eg. 2x25 Tensile parts
- Cannot be disassembled
- Automatically kept on death
- Weight ~ .5 kg
- Does not stack in inventory or in bank, even when at 0% charge
- Examine: "Generates charge in bank areas. Automatically consumed when full to give invention materials"
- Cannot be alchemised
- When full gives message: "Your B.A.N.K. Stander fully charged itself with idle energy and exploded, leaving behind some useful parts and components."
- Not tradeable over the GE or in person
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Added 7 standers to table and organized a bit. Could still use some fancification :)09:06, November 27, 2016 (UTC)
I was just wondering if Jagex has ever mentioned what B.A.N.K is supposed to stand for? I realize it is a play on "bank standing", but since they made it look like an abbreviation, is there any official explanation on this? Would be interesting to know, just as general trivia. (Something like Blows (up) And Now Komponents!... Though that is a terrible example.)
- REDIRECT User:Myles Prower/Signature 20:52, December 16, 2016 (UTC)
By my calculations, assuming 61 invention (for the sake of the math), so you can make 1.5 bank standers per refiner, this would cost a bit under 12.7k, ballpark (assuming you use only the cheapest materials possible, such as slayer rings for the precious components, and not including junk, cause you get tons of that anyways). Any idea if it's worth it, factoring in the minimum cost for the components you'd get? --Jimwormmaster (talk) 10:48, March 28, 2017 (UTC)
Can someone clarify?
In the article, it reads "If a B.A.N.K. Stander produces materials that the player already has 100,000 of, the player simply doesn't receive those materials. The other materials generated are unaffected." Does that mean, that you get less materials if you were supposed to get some that you had 100k of already, or it will simply reroll and you get the same amount of materials as you would have, if you didn't have 100k? 184.108.40.206 20:19, December 13, 2017 (UTC)