The variety of affordable equipment isn't as large, and because of RuneScape Gold this, in general, you can make a high profit from Master Caskets. Players may also receive unique and mega-rare drops as previously.
Within OldSchool RuneScape, just like in other MMO titles, you can obtain accomplishments. They give trophies in a variety of forms, such as an item, a title, or a notification that you get after performing various tasks which are noteworthy. For instance, if you beat a boss who was conquered only by a tiny number of players, you may be awarded a trophy.
In addition to that, in OSRS there is also a unique Achievement Diary, which is an entire book that combines all of your achievements that are significant in one place. In addition, they're divided into distinct areas in which you can obtain them. In this case, for example, completing the various challenges in Varrock will lead to filling Varrock Diary.
In the event of completing Diaries Players are awarded with exclusive sets of items exclusive to those who participate in those activities. At present, there are 12 diaries for OSRS players. They include Ardougne, Desert, Falador, Fremennik, Kandarian, Karamja, Kourend Kebos, Lumbridge Draynor, Morytania, Varrock, Western Provinces, along with the Wilderness Diary.
Achievement diaries are broken down into four categories based upon the level of difficulty. Easy, medium, hard elite. The first are generally quite easy and don't usually require much effort or time. They don't require skills above level 40. Medium-level tasks are most of the instances equally easy, though they may require some capabilities to reach levels 65. The harder tasks, as the name states are more complex and require special skills to attain a minimum level of.
Elite tasks are for real endgame players as they may require level 90 in some of the skills. Although the process of completing elite tasks generally take time and could require certain levels in various abilities however, they also reward participants with the finest treasures. After completing each Achievement Diaries, players gain access to Cyan trim for Quest Point Cape and can purchase the exclusive Achievement Diary Cape.
The Cape can be obtained by purchasing an Achievement Diary Hood from Twiggy O'Korn located in Draynor Village to the south of the bank. The item is sold for 99k GP exclusively to players who have all Diaries completed. In all likelihood, it is fact, one of the most difficult items in the game since it is not only a matter of high skill levels but also the fulfillment of many tasks that usually require a lot of effort.
Achievement Diary Cape is cut when you have completed every quest, making the modified version harder to acquire. Much like Quest Point Cape, this item gets cut back when a new quest comes out. The item is cut only after all of the quests available in the game have been completed. Thus, every new mission must be completed in order to be successful, as well.
Both trimmed and untrimmed versions of this cape have +9 bonus for all defensive stats , and a 4 bonus to Prayer skill, which makes it best in slot untrimmed capes for Prayer. Achievement Diary Cape also has the ability to teleport daily to OSRS Gold For Sale the Achievement Diary Master, which is a great transport item.