Today, Mod Chris L and Runescape team run us through the upcoming World Event, which means that they are heralds of the mighty Tuska.
Watch on to see what’s coming up when the beast goddess emerges next week. The Ninjas join Mod Matthe for a chat about this week’s update, which brought a ton of improvements to RuneScape’s D&Ds, plus new features to the Death System.
The Runescape looting has been improved, but some players don’t know how to use it in the right way. Following are introduction about how to use improved looting in runescape.
The improved looting mechanics are switched on by default, and you can customise them through the Game Settings interface. If you’d rather stick to the old loot mechanics, this is also where you can toggle them off.
Simply left-click a piece of loot and the new looting interface will open. It will gather and display all loot that you’re eligible to pick up. Then, you can click individual items to transfer them to your backpack, or click ‘Loot All’ to grab everything.
To customise the Loot interface, first go to the Game Settings interface, then click the new ‘Loot Options‘ button.
This enables you to toggle the loot interface entirely (default on), toggle area looting (default off) and toggle right-click activation of the Loot interface (default off).
This is also where you can set up custom loot criteria. This lets you set a minimum coin value and various categories – ‘herblore items‘,’prayer items‘ etc. – which can be ticked in any combination you wish. Selecting any of these will add a ‘Loot Custom‘ button to the Loot interface, which will pick up any items which meet the criteria you’ve set.
Note that the Loot interface cannot be used in most minigames, and that area looting requires line of sight to the item in question.
Also, certain items – such as those specifically related to quests – cannot be picked up through the Loot interface. You can pick up any such items in the old way by right-clicking them, as long as right-click activation is turned off.
The lastest Runescape Labs has happened, which as the Mod Luna’s back to take us. And the spine-tingling Halloween, your favourite item, be included the latest.
How exciting! And Runescape is also joined by Mod Ollie, who updates it on the progress of the Seren quest. Well, what’s yous attitude about the video, please share your views about it by leaving comments below.
The RuneScape Road Trip has started on last Friday, and now is crazy time. Some rewards be offered for RuneScape members, of course, you can get it, including dungeon for 30 days.
To run alongside your in-game adventures, the Community Team have made their own Community Road Trip – with awesome prizes, including Cooler Master PC gaming gear!
Over the course of the next four weeks, we’ll ask you to journey through forums and social media accounts in search of codes that could spell your victory! We’ll give you new tasks with each week’s update news post, and the more codes you get, the more chances you’ll have to win:
Cooler Master headset, mouse and keyboard.
Five RS Bonds.
Your choice of item from our Merch Store.
Cooler Master headset.
Two RS Bonds.
Your choice of t-shirt from our Merch Store.
There are some tasks for you at Mods Balance and Kalaya on the Road Trip forums. This Week’s Tasks is looking out for the RS Subreddit’s team of mods. They have style, flair…and the key to one of this week’s codes.
If you are a Runescape fans, maybe you have seen Big Mo and got a scroll clue from him. Well, do you love it? Most people enjoy it because of skills, but others are bothered by endless skill grinding and runescape 2007 gold consuming. Following is the way to find some hints by Big Mo.
Big Mo as a businessman and salesman will take a trip around the map from May 1 to May 31. And once per day through May, he will sell you a clue scroll for a reasonable price. The more you visit him throughout the month the more likely it will be that he has the tier that you are looking for. As he moves at midnight GMT every day, you have to track him down, and you can find some hints on the OldSchoolRS Twitter.
Most people love clue scrolls from Big Mo, mostly because it gives motivation to trail skills they wouldn’t do otherwise, like claim the monkey madness on pure account. Regardless of the reward, it would have fun to finish RFD in OSRS as well. Have fun!