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#1 09-05-2022 10:46:34

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For now, players can treat themselves to a festival of fishing

As a huge desert expansion is due on the horizon in early 2022, with the most fabled Raids 3 -- Tombs of Amascut --- Jagex appears to be treating this event as a mild glimpse of what's to come for the old , new MMO.

For now, players can treat themselves to a festival of fishing, food, and good old-fashioned treasure-hunting. Arnav who was waiting at the bank west of Al-Kharid palace, dug up an encasement full of treasures somewhere within the city.

In a series which are similar to the clue-scroll system The player is tasked with solving a sequence of three puzzles to find out which location this chest is. Take a walk around the four statues that guard the central fountain in the courtyard of the palace Al-Kharid. Perform the dance emote, while the third clue is sure to reveal itself.

This anagram refers to Ranael who is the proprietor of the plateskirt shop to the east within the palace. She will give the player the third and last clue when asked. Zeke the salesman selling scimitars situated north of the palace, offers steel, iron, bronze, and mithril variants of the sword. When he is approached Zeke, he rewards the purchaser with an additional challenge to count every balloon in and on his house.

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