Burial Armor is an old dwarf armor made at the Artisans' Workshop located in the southeast part of Falador. Based on RS gold the tale of the dwarf Suak the dwarfs will bury their deceased in this armor. Burial Armor made from Grade I ingots are for the miners and Grade II ingots for the warriors along with Grade III ingots for the burial armor of the smiths.
It's among the most efficient methods of getting expertise in smithing. This is due to the fact that the process provides the most smithing-like experience during the game. However, the armor you build will be of no value. This is a process that is known to be expensive with no reward but will give you plenty of quality experience. If you're looking for a reference to armor that is of actual use in Runescape go through our guide on Best Non-degradable Armor in Runescape.
The player must visit The Artisans Workshop to make the burial armor. To locate the Artisans' workshop, search for that southeast part of Falador. On the eastern side of the workshop the giant Suak will be on an elevated platform near the anvils. He'll be able to show you how to do it. He'll summon another dwarf Sten to teach you the technique in an animated cut-scene. If you weren't paying attention You can always ask for him to repeat the question.
When Sten is able to demonstrate it to buy rs3 gold you, Suak will tell you which armor piece to make. If you follow the instructions he will require, you'll be given a bonus exp as a reward. If Suak's armor request is changed, go to the anvil, select that armor piece and continue working.