|GP Cost||50 per corpse|
|Learnt At||guild level 25|
|Skills Used||faith.rituals.special, faith.rituals.offensive.area|
The command is learned at guild level 25 from your religious instructor.
The specific command you get depends on your deity. While the visual effect is different for each, they all work the same way. The six versions are:
- Decompose (Gufnork)
- Ensumpf (Sek)
- Envalise (Hat)
- Pyroscipate (Fish) (Has a different appearance depending on whether the burial takes place on land or in the water.)
- Shroud (Gapp)
- Ventisepelate (Pishe and Sandelfon) (Has a different appearance depending on whether the burial takes place indoors or outdoors.)
You can attempt to ritually bury as many corpses at once as you have gp for. However, it's more difficult the more corpses you try to bury at once, and it takes longer. Having higher faith.rituals.special seems to help on both counts. If you fail to ritually bury a corpse, you can't try again. You can, however, bury the corpse normally and still get the burial xp.
Unlike regular burial, you can use ritual burial in combat. This uses faith.rituals.offensive.area in some manner (it's possible to tm the skill this way). For Sekkite priests, ritual burial in combat is faster and ritual burial combat out of combat is significantly slower.
Note that you cannot ritual bury a corpse after it has already been buried using the 'bury' command. It IS possible to recover a ritually buried corpse despite it being apparently 'destroyed' by the ritual.
There are three achievements in the Priests category related to this command:
- Achievement: Dearly Departed (Minor)
- Achievement: Last Rites (Moderate)
- Achievement: Shepherd Of The Soul (Large)