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Winter Sweepstakes | Win a Gaming PC and Phone

Christmas is just around the corner. The sweet sound of wrapping paper being torn to bits approaches. As does the disappointment of discovering you’ve received another sweater from your aunt!  Or Buy RS Gold at 4rsgold.com

Fortunately we’re here to help by offering you the chance to win a Chillblast Gaming PC or a Razer Phone 2! We’ll also throw in 6 months of RuneScape membership for good measure.

Entering our Winter Sweepstakes couldn’t be simpler. All you have to do is follow the links below and fill in the competition form for a chance to win. It’s as simple as that!

RS Winter Sweepstake – WIN a Chillblast Gaming PC + 6 Month Membership

OSRS Winter Sweepstake – WIN a Razer Phone 2 + 6 Month Membership

Want to boost your chances? You get an additional two entries for each of your friends who enters too, so get inviting!

Premier Club 2019

Finally, don’t forget that this year’s Premier Club is now available, representing the best-value yearly RuneScape membership package you can get!

Perks include the stat-boosting Premier Club Artefact, free daily keys, Premier Club Reward Tokens and, on the highest level Gold tier, loads of extras such as access to the Premier Club Vault, VIP Premier World, VIP Premier forum, badges for forum/chat and a monthly prize draw. Gold members also get the new Valkyrie outfit complete with wings and an assortment of weapons!

Mobile Changes, Various Bugfixes and new Merch

As each day passes, we get closer to the 30th October and the full release of Old School RuneScape  And U can buy OSRS Gold on Mobile . We’re constantly looking at ways to improve the mobile experience, and with this week’s game update, we’ve focused our efforts on the opening game experience.

Tutorial Island Account Management

The Financial Advisor has been replaced in the tutorial with an Account Guide. We thought the previous Financial Advisor was rather unhelpful as he gave some pointless information, so we fired him. His replacement, the Account Guide, will provide new players with more information about various topics such as worlds, bonds and the options that can selected within the Account Management Interface.

We also took this opportunity to update how in-game links that take you to the store or account pages on the RuneScape website work. They will now log the player in automatically for both Desktop and Mobile versions. In addition, the tile displaying how much remaining membership an account has can now be selected to link players to the store, should they wish to extend their membership.

Increased scrollable area of the bank

Mobile players will now be able to make use of the empty sides of the bank interface to scroll through their bank. This gives more interface real-estate to be able to navigate through the bank.


iOS Closed Beta: Game Center Login Testing

With the continued in-game improvements to Mobile, we’ve also been looking at ways to improve things for new players. If you’re familiar with apps running on iOS, you’ve likely seen the option to login with a Game Center account.

We’re happy to announce that with this week’s game update, we’re also publishing an updated version of the iOS Mobile app that allows new accounts to be created through the Game Center! We’d love to get some feedback on this new feature, but we need your help!


The above image shows how the Game Center login screen will look. This is not the final design.

We’re aware that those of you lucky enough to be part of the current iOS Beta are existing members with accounts you’re already getting gains on, so we’d like to ask that you sign out of your account and try to create a new one using the Game Center. If you encounter any issues with this, your feedback is very much appreciated on the Old School Mobile Testing forum.

Please note: we are aware of an issue in where if the app has been open in the background for more than 15 minutes, there is a 40+ second delay when attempting to login. This will be resolved in a future release and so there’s no need to include it as part of any feedback.

To play the full mobile version the moment it’s released, make sure to pre-order on the App Store or pre-register on Google Play and be notified the second it goes live! Check out our dedicated news post for full details and what will happen if you already have access to mobile through the beta.

If you’re playing on Android, then we’d like to thank you for playing Old School RuneScape and contributing its development! If you’re enjoying the game, please take a moment to leave us a review on Google Play.

Portal Nexus: Coming Soon!

For those of you that may have missed this week’s Q&A, we discussed the unfortunate delays with the release of the Portal Nexus, something we’d hope to have included with this week’s game update. We expect the Portal Nexus to be ready for release in the coming weeks, depending on any issues found during the QA process.

Mod Maz has been leading this project and was kind enough to provide us with an update on how things have been going so far. The following words are from her.


The above image shows the Portal Nexus room, including the various hotspots that will be available.

The project is now in testing! This means that the majority of dev is complete and we’re down to feedback points and any bugs that QA may find. The most enjoyable thing about working on this project was actually how satisfying it was when I plugged the room and hotspots in and was able to add my own in a test world!


The fully upgraded Portal Nexus teleport configuration menu.

The above image shows off the rather elaborate Nexus Portal configuration menu. From here you’re able to drag and drop the various teleports you’ve unlocked into the available slots and select which of these acts as the left-click. The order in which these appear in the “Slots” list defines how they appear on the teleport interface, highlighted a little further down in this post. Once you’ve paid for a teleport, it will be permanently unlocked to use freely, so long as you keep it in the slotted list, and the Nexus Portal exists. If you unslot it or delete the nexus or room, you will have to pay again. Rearranging teleports in the slotted list or changing your left click option is free. If you remove the Nexus Portal for any reason, you’ll need to repurchase the teleport unlocks! There is a warning telling you of this to ensure you really want to remove them.

By far the biggest challenge with the Portal Nexus has to be the same reason it’s had to be delayed, for now. There was a very elusive interface bug which neither Ash nor I could find for hours. We thought it might be an engine bug, but it turned out to be a component that was blocking clicks that was unhidden when it should have been hidden. Because the component was an invisible one… It was quite hard to see!


The fully upgraded Portal Nexus teleport screen, highlighting all of the teleport options available. The teleport in the center of the Nexus is the left-click.
 

In addition to this, there’s a new range of pins available, showcasing some of the most powerful weapons in Old School RuneScape with the Scythe of Vitur, Sanguinesti Staff and Twisted Bow 3D metal keyrings! We also have something rather special for those of you that didn’t make it to RuneFest this year. You can now celebrate RuneFest 2018’s themes of music and Relleka with the Neitiznot Helm and Music Skillcape Keyrings, 3D Beerkeg and Fremennik Rings Keyrings and a limited edition Dagannoth Kings Pin Set.


In Other News
 

  • The Puppadile now has the correct chathead and name when placed in the PoH menagerie.
  • The World map and welcome screen now respect the safezone and no longer overlap with phone notches.
  • An issue when receiving a gifted bond has been fixed. The interface is now positioned correctly.
  • Baking and burning Gnomish food within containers will no longer give additional containers under certain conditions.
  • Attempting to change your name while travelling on ships will no longer close the map interface.
  • Taking a tool from the POH tools stores will no longer make the wall flicker.
  • The settings menu for Mobile has been updated to remove any of the unused settings that were solely for Desktop players. This now means all of the information is displayed within a single interface. This of course may change in the future when more settings or options are added to the game.
  • Examining seeds in the Seed box now works as expected.
  • “Click” references when interacting with the furnace during the Smithing tutorial have been updated to say “tap” whilst on mobile. No changes have been made to the Desktop version.
  • The click box for mining Dense essence has been improved when the camera position is as high as it can be.
  • An unnecessary right-click have been removed from bank fillers.
  • Earth Warriors in the Edgeville Dungeon near the secret ghost will now give you a little grace period, during which they’ll be non-aggressive, so you can more feasibly get into dialogue with the ghost.
  • The Wise Old Man, despite his reputation as an alleged bank-robber, will now respect your bank PIN before opening his menu that deletes things from your bank.
  • The Apothecary is wiser to being short-changed and now stops making Antipoison potions for you if you run out of coins to pay for them.
  • Poison is no longer shown as a members only feature in the Hitpoints skill guide.
  • A typo has been fixed in some dialogue with the Wise Old Man during Making Friends With My Arm.
  • Making Anti-venom potions with a level boost will now be stopped as soon as you drop below the level required to make them.
  • Various missing icons have been added to the map.
  • The scrying character for the Theatre of Blood no longer offers her services in Lumbridge and at the Grand Exchange on the permanent Deadman world. Scrying remains possible on that world from the Theatre’s lobby.

 

Survey Time: Guide The Future Of RuneScape

At Jagex, we are always looking to our players for help and guidance on the future of RuneScape games, both current and upcoming. We are running a survey to ask players what RuneScape means to you, and hear about other games and activities that you spend your time on. Players who didn’t receive an email invitation earlier this month now have the chance to participate.

Those who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win one of fifty $50 Amazon vouchers (or your stated country’s equivalent currency). On top of this, five lucky participants will also receive a huge 60×40 cm (23 ½”x15 ¾”) print map of Gielinor!

To select and contact prize winners, and validate you as a RuneScape player, we will be asking for your in-game display name/character name as it appears in chat. Please note that we can only award prizes to surveys that are completed!

So, if you want to guide the future of RuneScape and win prizes, follow this link to take part!

Dev Blog: Theatre of Blood II

The purpose of this blog is to detail as much as possible prior to the poll going live in-game to allow for player feedback.
Whilst there’s a lot of detail to be found, we’re purposefully not saying much about the how The Theatre of Blood and its surrounding areas will play out as we don’t want to ruin the surprise!

“The Theatre of Blood was created with one thing in mind, Lady Verzik’s entertainment. She commanded her followers to create this challenge, in the hopes of watching many a willing citizen of Meiyerditch or travelling warrior perish” Do you have what it takes to defeat the Theatre of Blood? Are you the hero the Myreque need?

It’s showtime.


Changelog

[20/03/18] – All changes as listed in this news post have been added. To recap, they are as follows:

  • Infernal defender changed to the Avernic defender.
  • Avernic defender stats increased slightly so that it’s accuracy and defensive stats are +3 higher than originally proposed.
  • Sanguinesti staff cost per cast reduced to 3 Blood runes rather than 4.
  • Sanguinesti staff heal effect increased to 1/6 chance per cast rather than 1/8.
  • Sanguinesti staff changed so that it has an additional max hit over the Trident of the swamp.
  • Ghrazi rapier ‘Stab’ bonus increased to +94 and the ‘Melee strength’ increased to +89.
  • Justiciar armour damage reduction effect removed in PvP situations.
  • Vampyrium vambraces changed to be a standalone drop rather than requiring Ranger gloves.
  • Scythe of vitur attack rate increased to 5 rather than 7.
  • Charged Scythe of vitur ‘Slash’ bonus increased to +110.

[20/03/18] – Further detail added regarding how the Avernic defender is treated in PvP scenarios.
[20/03/18] – Changes made to the Judgement prayer. The 10% melee accuracy now also applies to melee strength.
[20/03/18] – Further detail added regarding how the damage reduction effect of the Justiciar armour works alongside similar items such as the Elysian spirit shield.
[20/03/18] – The number of completions required for the upper tiers of the Sinhaza shroud has been lowered.

We are aiming for the poll to be live in-game at 4pm GMT 20/03/2018.


Theatre of Blood

Towards the east of Gielinor, located within the Sanguinesti region, is Ver Sinhaza. Once the home of Queen Efaritay, it is now ruled over by Verzik Vitur, head of the Vitur family and one of the few true-born vampyres on Gielinor. For millennia, Lady Verzik has commanded an army of vampyres whom she has not only used to do her biddings, but also provide her with on-demand entertainment. It didn’t take long before this became tiresome, and so she instructed her followers to create a gauntlet filled with some of the strongest warriors, creations, creatures and puzzles. This is what we call today the Theatre of Blood.



The above WIP images detail some of the interior of the Theatre of Blood.

When the vampyres still lived on their home world of Vampyrium, they were near enough the apex predator. However, there was one species that even the vampyres feared, the Yarasa.

These large flying predators are visually impaired. However, that does not make them any less dangerous, as they have heightened senses of smell and sound. Their ability to attack in unpredictable ways makes them a deadly foe to the vampyres for it renders their immunities useless.

While the Yarasa are already a deadly foe, there is none more dangerous than their king, Xarpus. When the vampyres were united under the eight tribes, they hunted down and defeated most of the Yarasa, driving them to near extinction. However, they were unable to defeat Xarpus, with him surviving their hunts until they finally left Vampyrium many years later.

It is unknown how they managed it, but eventually the vampyres brought Xarpus to Gielinor. They trapped him in the Theatre. There, he now fights any who enter, desperate to escape and enact vengeance upon the vampyres.


Xarpus is one of the many bosses to be found within the Theatre of Blood. This image in WIP and is subject to change.

The citizens of Meiyerditch often go to the Theatre to fight against the various experiments and abominations contained within, providing entertainment for the vampyres. To encourage them to do this, the vampyres promise them freedom if they survive. With the aid of the Myreque, it’s down to you to complete all its challenges and emerge as the victor.


Theatre of Blood: The Basics

The Theatre of Blood is a linear progression raid challenge located in the Sanguinesti region, East of Meiyerditch, that emphasises on the need for teamwork. The Theatre can be accessed via a boat north of Port Phasmatys for a small fee, alternatively you can walk there, but it’s quite the journey and not something we’d recommend.

There is no skilling involved within the Theatre, and all rooms are generated in the same order each time you enter. Throughout the raid, you’ll have a few opportunities to receive a small amount of loot and supplies, but your success will heavily depend upon the equipment and supplies you take with you, alongside how well you can work together as a group.

The maximum group size allowed to enter the Theatre is 5, and has been balanced for group sizes of 3-5 players. There are multiple challenge rooms that contain difficult to defeat monsters, bosses and puzzles, that eventually lead up to a final epic boss challenge like nothing ever seen in Old School RuneScape.


A new lobby system is being implemented for the Theatre of Blood, allowing players to form groups of up to 5 players.

The Theatre of Blood will have a unique wiping system. Dying in a challenge room means you as an individual must sit out the rest of that room whilst your team carries on. Once the room has been completed, you will be able to re-join your group for the rest of the raid. If a ‘full wipe’ occurs, for example the whole team dies, the raid is failed completely and you must restart the beginning. A failed raid is not considered safe and any lost items will go into the gravestone system, like that of Torfinn’s, with a gold fee required to retrieve them. Whilst a single death during a challenge room doesn’t end the raid, any death within the Theatre of Blood will cause a Hardcore Ironman to lose their status, reverting them to a regular Ironman.

The number of deaths reduces the players chance of obtaining a unique reward, which will only be awarded after killing the final boss of the raid. All other bosses throughout the raid will offer a small reward to compensate you for your time, but will have no chance of uniques.

Poll Question 1
Should we add a new multiplayer raiding experience, The Theatre of Blood, to Old School RuneScape? If this question passes we will also expand the Meiyerditch region.


A Taste of Hope

For many years, the Myreque have fought back against the reign of the Drakans. To many, they act as a glimmer of hope in an otherwise miserable existence. In recent times, the Myreque have been beset by disaster, with numerous members meeting a gruesome end at the hands of Vanstrom Klause, the brutal henchman of the Drakans. However, while the Myreque may be in their darkest hour, hope still remains. Thanks to a recent discovery in the laboratories deep beneath Meiyerditch, the Myreque may have finally found a way to take the fight to the vampyres. They will do just that in the latest instalment in the Myreque questline, A Taste of Hope.

 

A Taste of Hope will be a brand new experienced level quest available to players who have completed Darkness of Hallowvale. Players who manage to complete this quest will be rewarded with the following:

  • 1 Quest Point.
  • A Tome of Experience (this grants 2500 XP in any three skills of 35 or above).
  • A new unlimited teleport that takes players directly to the Theatre of Blood.
  • A new weapon for killing vampyres.

 

 

Poll Question 2
Should we add a new experienced difficulty quest called A Taste of Hope? Completing the quest will rewards players with 1 Quest Point, a Tome of Experience with 3 uses which gives 2500 XP in any skill of 35 or above, a new unlimited teleport that takes players directly to the Theatre of Blood and a new weapon for killing vampyres.


Theatre of Blood Rewards

The Theatre of Blood is anticipated to be the next big challenge coming to Old School RuneScape and will offer a gameplay experience like nothing else in-game. With something as challenging and exciting as this, you can be sure that you’ll be rewarded well.

All rewards detailed below, other than the potions and Judgement Prayer, will be available for testing in Tournament worlds, going live on the 8th of March for all members. As with prior releases you’ll be given the freedom to your own stats, and you’ll have a wide range of equipment to choose in addition to the new items listed in this blog. Things will be a little different than normal though, as you’ll be able to travel any in Gielinor. No content is being locked on these worlds, meaning you’ll have plenty of opportunities to test each item fully before they’re polled. We’ve made things a little more convenient for testing purposes too, such as adding teleport tabs to the supplies chest and being able to give yourself a new Slayer task free of charge at any Slayer Master by right clicking them and ing “Assignment” (cancelling tasks will still cost points, so make sure you right-click and Assignment to avoid any charges).

Vials of Blood & New Potions

The vampyres have long believed that there is great power in blood. A belief that has only increased with their recent experiments with Haemalchemy. These vials contain modified blood that enhances the power of potions and can be used to charge new weapons found within the Theatre of Blood.

Initially when we discussed the introduction of the below potions, we intended for them to lower your HP by 10 with each dose. After some internal balancing of the potion effects and boosts, we determined it was not necessary. Whilst the potions do allow you to save some inventory space, you would likely be required to take additional food to compensate for the HP loss. We feel the bonuses of the potions do not warrant this, though it is something we will consider should any changes be required.

Bastion potion: This single potion boosts both Ranged and Defence levels by the same amounts that using a Ranging potion and Super defence potion would. Mixing this potion requires 80 Herblore and the following ingredients: Vial of blood, Cadantine & Wine of Zamorak. Completing the full potion grants 155 Herblore experience.

Poll Question 3
If the Theatre of Blood is added to the game, should it be possible to combine a Vial of blood, Cadantine & Wine of Zamorak to create a Bastion potion? This potion provides the same boosts a Ranging potion and Super defence potion would. Mixing the potion requires 80 Herblore and grants 155 Herblore experience. The potion is tradeable.


Battlemage potion: This single potion boosts both Magic and Defence levels by the same amounts that using a Magic potion and Super defence potion would. Mixing this potion requires 80 Herblore and the following ingredients: Vial of blood, Cadantine & Potato cactus. Completing the full potion grants 155 Herblore experience.

Poll Question 4
If the Theatre of Blood is added to the game, should it be possible to combine a Vial of blood, Cadantine & Potato cactus to create a Battlemage potion? This potion provides the same boosts a Magic potion and Super defence potion would. Mixing the potion requires 80 Herblore and grants 155 Herblore experience. The potion is tradeable.


Totality Potion: This single potion boosts Attack, Strength, Defence, Ranged and Magic levels by the same amounts that using a Super combat potion, Ranging potion and Magic potion would. Mixing this potion requires 96 Herblore and the following ingredients: Super combat potion, Range potion, Magic potion, Vial of blood & Torstol. Completing the full potion grants 180 Herblore experience.

Poll Question 5
If the Theatre of Blood is added to the game, should it be possible to combine a Super combat potion, Range potion, Magic potion, Vial of blood & Torstol to create a Totality potion? This potion provides the same boosts a Super combat potion, Ranging potion and Magic potion would. Mixing the potion requires 96 Herblore and grants 180 Herblore experience. The potion is tradeable.


Vigour potion: This single potion restores Prayer points (7 + 25% of Prayer level), as well as applying a weak Stamina potion effect that lasts for 1 minute instead of 2. Mixing this potion requires 88 Herblore and the following ingredients: Vial of blood, Amylase crystal & Ranarr. Completing the full potion grants 110 Herblore experience.

Poll Question 6
If the Theatre of Blood is added to the game, should it be possible to combine a Vial of blood, Amylase crystal & Ranarr weed to create a Vigour potion? This potion restores Prayer points (7 + 25% of Prayer level), as well as applying a weak Stamina potion effect that lasts for 1 minute instead of 2. Mixing the potion requires 88 Herblore and grants 110 Herblore experience. The potion is tradeable.


Super Prayer potion: This potion would restore Prayer points (7 + 25% of prayer level) and add a renewal effect, restoring an additional 6 Prayer points over 30 seconds (at a rate of one point per 5 seconds). Mixing this potion requires 91 Herblore and the following ingredients: Vial of blood, Ranarr weed, Snapdragon & Snape Grass. Completing the full potion grants 120 Herblore experience.

Poll Question 7
If the Theatre of Blood is added to the game, should it be possible to combine a Vial of blood, Ranarr weed, Snapdragon & Snape Grass to create a Super Prayer potion? This potion restores Prayer points (7 + 25% of prayer level) and restores an additional 6 Prayer points over 30 seconds at a rate of one point per 5 seconds. Mixing the potion requires 91 Herblore and grants 120 Herblore experience. The potion is tradeable.


Avernic Defender

During the Second Age, Avernic weaponry was common amongst the forces of the Empty Lord. These weapons, crafted by Avernic smiths in the liquid fires of Infernus, were some of the most powerful around.

Today, Avernic weapons are incredibly rare, the secrets behind their creation having long since been lost. Lady Verzik’s Avernic Defender is one of the few to still remain and is a relic her time in the service of the Empty Lord.

The Avernic defender is an upgraded version of the Dragon defender, requiring 70 Attack and 70 Defence to equip. Due to its age, the full defender has been destroyed, leaving behind only the hilt. To create the Avernic defender, you must combine the Avernic hilt with a Dragon defender. The Avernic hilt is tradeable, but once combined with a Dragon defender the Avernic defender is untradeable. You can dismantle the Avernic defender to retrieve the Dragon defender that was used, but the Avernic hilt is destroyed in the process.

If a player dies below level 20 Wilderness with the Avernic defender, it will revert to a broken Avernic defender, which can be repaired for 1,000,000 coins by using the item on Perdu. The player that gets the kill would be awarded 1,000,000 the defender, in addition to the normal loot their opponent would drop. Deaths above level 20 Wilderness will be treated the same as any other untradable item, meaning the person wearing it will not get a broken Avernic defender back – it will be lost.

 

Poll Question 8
Should the Avernic hilt be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? The hilt can be combined with a Dragon defender to create the Avernic defender, requiring 70 Attack and Defence to equip. The Avernic hilt is tradeable but the completed Avernic defender is not. The Avernic defender does not degrade.


Judgement Prayer Scroll

During the God Wars, Armadyl granted his followers great power so that they may defeat his enemies. Judgement was one of these many powers, one that has since been lost to history. However, when Armadyl left Gielinor after the God Wars, his abandoned fortresses were raided by Lady Verzik’s vampyres. Within one of these fortresses, they found a scroll containing the hidden knowledge of Judgement.

Judgement is a new overhead prayer, requiring 85 Prayer to use. It is unlocked via a tradeable scroll which can be obtained within the Theatre of Blood. Use of the Prayer boosts melee attack and strength by 10%, but lowers your own defence by 50%. Whilst Judgement is active, 1/6th of any damage dealt by the user is removed their Prayer. Use of Judgement stacks with combat prayers such as Piety, but as it is an overhead prayer it cannot be used with similar prayers such as Protect Melee.

Poll Question 9
Should a scroll that unlocks the new overhead prayer “Judgement” be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? Judgement boosts melee attack and strength by 10%, but lowers your own defence by 50%. Whilst Judgement is active, 1/6th of any damage dealt by the user is removed their Prayer. The Judgement prayer scroll is tradeable.


Sanguinesti Staff

One of the more recent additions to Lady Verzik’s collection, the Sanguinesti staff is a powerful weapon that was crafted by Lord Lowerniel Drakan himself. The staff was given to Lady Verzik by Lord Lowerniel Drakan as a reward for assisting him in their fights against the Seven Priestly Warriors.

The Sanguinesti staff is a new tradeable Magic weapon requiring 75 Magic to wield. It is identical in terms of stats to that of the Trident of the swamp, but can hit 1 damage higher. It has the added effect of a 1/6 chance to heal you for 50% of the damage dealt when attacking an NPC. It is charged with Blood runes and uses 3 runes per cast. The staff does not degrade.

 

Poll Question 10
Should the Sanguinesti staff be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? The staff requires 75 Magic to wield and costs 3 Blood runes per cast. It is identical in stats the Trident of the swamp, but can hit 1 damage higher. It has the added effect of a 1/6 chance to heal you for 50% of the damage dealt when attacking an NPC. The Sanguinesti staff is tradeable and does not degrade.


Ghrazi Rapier

Of all Vampyriums tribes, none were more vicious than the Ghrazi. These vampyres took pride in their combat abilities and would regularly bait their prey into battle so that they could test their prowess.

The rapier in Lady Verzik’s vault was once wielded by a fearsome Ghrazi warlord. It was given to her by her father who came to possess it after the warlord challenged him to a battle, one that he did not survive to tell the tale.

The Ghrazi rapier is a new tradeable stab weapon that requires 75 Attack to wield. It is not charged and does not degrade. The attack speed of the rapier is the same as the Abyssal tentacle.

 

Poll Question 11
Should the Ghrazi rapier be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? The rapier requires 75 Attack to wield. The attack speed of the rapier is the same as the Abyssal tentacle. The Ghrazi rapier is tradeable and does not degrade.


Justiciar Armour

The justiciars were elite warriors in Saradomin’s army during the God Wars. Unlike the rest of his forces, the justiciars operated alone, often working as assassins and saboteurs. ed a variety of races, they were all chosen by Saradomin himself who granted them great power.

When the vampyres invaded Hallowvale, some of the last remaining justiciars fell in battle. The Justiciar Armour found in Lady Verzik’s vault was taken one of these fallen warriors.

The Justiciar armour is a brand-new set of tradeable tank orientated gear requiring 75 defence to equip. Each individual piece of armour offers defensive stats slightly higher than that of Torag the Corrupted’s equipment, with the addition of some Prayer bonus.

When the full set of Justiciar armour is equipped, all incoming damage taken is reduced by x/3000, ‘x’ is your equipment’s defence bonus. This is based on the style of attack being used against you. For example, if an enemy was using a Crush style attack and you had a defensive bonus total of 450 against Crush then 450/3000 = 15% damage reduction. This effect does not apply in PvP combat.

When wearing the full Justiciar armour alongside items with similar effects, such as the Elysian spirit shield which has a 70% chance of reducing the damage the player receives by 25%, the damage reduction effect will apply after the Elysian spirit shield’s effect. For example, if a player wearing was to be hit for a 40 damage Crush attack whilst wearing the full Justiciar armour with +450 Crush defense and an Elysian spirit shield, and the Elysian spirit shield’s effect was activated, the damage would initially be reduced to 30 (25% of 40 is 30). The Justiciar armour would then provide a further 15% damage reduction (as the attack is a Crush attack, and in this example the total Crush defence is +450, then 450/3000 = 15% damage reduction), meaning the original 40 hit would be reduced to 25.

The Justiciar armour does not degrade and it does not require charging.

 

Poll Question 12
Should the Justiciar armour set be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? The armour set requires 75 Defence to equip and has defensive stats slightly higher than that of Torag the Corrupted’s equipment with the addition of a slight Prayer bonus. It offers a new damage reduction effect against NPCs based on your defence bonus when all 3 pieces are worn. This effect does not work in PvP. The Justiciar armour is tradeable and does not degrade.


Vampyrium Vambraces

The Vampyrium vambraces are amongst the oldest items in Lady Verzik’s Vault. They were crafted back when the vampyres still lived on Vampyrium. Their original use was to assist the vampyres in their fight against the Yarasa.

Vampyrium vambraces are a new tradeable ranged hand slot item that require 75 Ranged and Defence to equip. They offer a slight offensive bonus when compared to Barrows gloves, at the expense of some defensive stats.

 

Poll Question 13
Should Vampyrium vambraces be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? The vambraces require 75 Ranged and Defence to equip. The Vampyrium vambraces are tradeable and do not degrade.


Scythe of Vitur

Of all of Lady Verzik’s possessions, one of the most valuable is the Scythe of Vitur. This legendary weapon was once wielded by the founder of House Vitur, a vampyre now worshipped as a god.

The Scythe of vitur is a hard hitting, tradeable 2-handed weapon. It has no special attack but can hit up to three enemies once in a 1×3 arc in front of the player. Similar to the special attacks of the Dragon and Crystal halberd, each swing can also hit large creatures up to three times in the same attack. The scythe can only hit a maximum of three NPCs and can only hit a maximum of three times. The first hit deals 100% damage, the 2nd deals 50% and the 3rd deals 25%. Each attack, regardless of which enemy is your primary target, is rolled independently based on your attack bonuses versus the NPCs defence bonuses.

The scythe requires 75 Attack and 75 Strength to wield and has two variants, and uncharged and charged version. The uncharged version has relatively low stats, but once charged, gains additional bonuses. Charging the scythe costs 1/100th of a Vial of blood and 3 Blood runes, meaning 100 charges would cost a full Vial of blood and 300 Blood runes.


 

Poll Question 14
Should the Scythe of vitur be a potential reward the final boss of the Theatre of Blood? The scythe requires 75 Attack and Strength to equip. It is charged with 1/100th of a Vial of blood and 3 Blood runes. It has no special attack but can hit up to three enemies in a 1×3 arc in front of the player. Each swing can also hit large creatures up to three times in the same attack. The scythe can only hit a maximum of three enemies and can only hit a maximum of three times. The first hit deals 100% damage, the 2nd deals 50% and the 3rd deals 25%. The Scythe of vitur is tradeable and does not degrade.


Sinhaza Shroud

In the courtyard outside the Theatre of Blood, a mysterious figure watches. No one knows why he is there, but he takes a great interest in any who would enter the Theatre. Anyone who manages to survive the Theatre may find that this figure has a strange gift for them, a shroud of unknown origin.

The Sinhaza shroud is an entirely cosmetic cape that players will receive after completing the Theatre of Blood. It is possible to change the appearance of the cape after completing the Theatre of blood 100, 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 times respectively.

Poll Question 15
Should the Sinhaza shroud be awarded to all players who complete the Theatre of Blood? The shroud is an entirely cosmetic cape you can change the appearance of after completing the Theatre of blood 100, 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 times respectively. The Sinhaza shroud is untradeable.

GameBlast ’18: Schedule & more

It’s the weekend you’ve all been waiting for: GameBlast and (potentially more than) twice the gains, all rolled into one – a double whammy! Read on for further details, including more information about the charity: SpecialEffect, the full live stream schedule and how you can get involved. Here at 4RSGold, you can buy Runescape Gold(RS3, OSRS) for gaming , in order to gain great advantages in the Runescape. Instant delivery, always full stock, 24/7 Live Chat (English, Français, Deutsch, Español), guaranty of the cheapest trade. Secure payments by : Paypal / Paysafecard / Neteller / Überweisung / WesternUnion.

So what’s GameBlast? In short, it’s 24-hours of fun, live streamed in support of a good cause – all while you enjoy Double XP Weekend in game. We’ve got events, competitions, crazy challenges and more. You’ll even get an exclusive LootScape reward just for tuning in! Check out the schedule below.

 

What does SpecialEffect do?

SpecialEffect puts fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games.

By using technology ranging modified joypads to eye-control, SpecialEffect is finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities. But they’re not just doing it for fun. By levelling the playing field, they’re bringing families and friends together and having a profoundly positive impact on therapy, confidence and rehabilitation.

 

Schedule

Item Time (UTC)
Welcome to GameBlast 12:00
Team Challenges 1 13:00
Mod Mac’s Energising Dance Class 14:00
Team Challenges 2 15:00
Codemasters & Dirt4 16:00
Team Challenges 3 17:00
A Thousand Clue Scrolls 18:00
Gaming Pictionary with Mod Wolf 19:00
SpecialEffect: Dr Mick Q&A / Obv Jack Gaming Session 20:00
Team Challenges 4 21:00
Frontier Developments & Planet Coaster 22:00
Team Challenges 5 23:00
Hide & Seek Old School Runescape 00:00
Team Challenges 6 01:00
JMOD Trolling with Mod Archie 02:00
Team Challenges 7 03:00
Hide & Seek Runescape 04:00
Team Challenges 8 05:00
Frontier Developments & Elite Dangerous 06:00
Team Challenges 9 07:00
The Indie Gaming Hour 08:00
Team Challenges 10 09:00
The Epic Final Showdown of Doom 10:00
Final Hour 11:00

 

Get involved

Buy Bundles

GameBlast 2018 Bundle
Tickety the GameBlast pet (shown below), the Tickety plushie, the GameBlast shield and a ‘The GameBlasted’ title – all for just 400 RuneCoins!

Relic Bundle
All the cosmetic goodies GameBlasts gone by, including the ’14 Tunic, the ’15 Outfit and the ’16 Amulet, Balloon and Cape – only 200 RuneCoins!

Head in-game Friday at 00:00 game time and click on the GameBlast interface for more details. Grab them before 23:59 game time on Monday!

Bid in the auction

We’re also hosting an eBay auction with all sorts of novelties for you to bid on, including Mod Ash’s mug (yes, THE mug), an exclusive title, a gameplay session with the team at Bungie on Destiny 2 and a pair of tickets to the forthcoming Speed Machine festival courtesy of Codemasters and Dirt4! Just go on over to the GameBlast eBay page to see what’s live and bid away. It’s already started, so don’t wait around!

Twitch Bits

Donate on Twitch using Twitch Bits! Did Mod Sween just down a disgusting smoothie? Did you spot Mod Osborne falling asleep mid-sentence? Once you’ve bought your bits, just type ‘cheer’ into the chat window on Twitch, followed by the number of Bits you want to use.

Straight-up donate

You can contribute to GameBlast directly using our JustGiving page – just remember to leave a message so we can shout you out on the live stream! Those of you based in the UK can also donate £5 by mobile using text code: JXGB99 £5 to 70070! It’s as easy as that.

 

One last thing…

Everything Jagex receives the above will go directly to SpecialEffect. What’s more, for every £10,000 we receive in donations, we’ll ramp up the XP bonus for 30 minutes during the 24-hour live stream!

See you in Gielinor!

Mining & Smithing Beta | Zodiac Festival

To-do list for this week:

 

  • Get the new Amare outfit. Look drop-dead-in-the-Wilderness gorgeous while you…
  • …rack up prizes in the new Zodiac Festival event, without forgetting to…
  • …help out Mods Jack, Deg, Tomb and Shogun by taking part in the Mining and Smithing Beta and letting them know what you think of the content!

 

 

Mining and Smithing Beta

Unleash your inner critic this week for your first look at Mining and Smithing 2.0, chockablock with new core mechanics to tinker with to your heart’s content. There’s the ore bag, upgrading equipment, decorating equipment, heating with the forge, non-competitive rocks, new tiers of metal and much more! We want your feedback on all of it.

No need to sign up and no need for membership. Just jump right in. Once you’re there, you can live your best life. Dreaming of 99? Here, you can be whichever level you like; what matters is getting your mitts on every bit of Mining and Smithing beta content we currently have on offer – no barriers, no restrictions. It’s all at your forge-hardened fingertips.

When you arrive in the beta world, you’ll find yourself locked into one small area with all the Mining and Smithing content you’ll need. You won’t have access to anything else, including the Artisans’ Workshop, cannonballs, mining outfits, auras, familiars and the toolbelt as these haven’t yet been updated.

 

The Zodiac Festival

Celebrate in-game with our new event: The Zodiac Festival! Each day we’ll give you a new task to complete within three days in exchange for Zodiac Talismans, which you can cash in for mystery boxes (filled with XP and Zodiac costumes) and the occasional unique reward: the Zodiac Shield Override, the Tea Service Resting Animation or maybe even Foo the Foo Lion pet.

Head over to the Events tab to get started and hand in your Zodiac Talismans – as many as you like, no cap – to Yinteng, just north of Lumbridge Crater. Ironman? All the above still applies, sans experience.

You have until the 25th. Have fun!

Amare Outfit

Love is in the air, as they say, and we’re certainly feeling the pheromones. That’s why we’ve whipped up the new Amare outfit! Exclusive to Solomon’s General Store, this entrancing ensemble is sure to get sparks flying. Ready to get your Cupid on?

Patch Notes

Highlights this week’s patch notes:

 

  • Deposit boxes now include a right-click ‘Deposit All’ option.
  • The amount of times a player can be caught thieving in Prifddinas now starts to cool down after being caught once.
  • A ‘don’t ask me again’ option has been added when declining a special Slayer assignment. This can be re-enabled via dialogue options with the relevant Slayer Master when asking about special assignments.
  • An issue preventing Premier Club Bronze and Silver members upgrading their membership has been fixed.
  • The following improvements were made to slider puzzles, in particular the ones used during hard and elite clue scrolls:
  • They are now much more responsive to control
  • It is now possible to invert the keyboard controls using a checkbox on the interface
  • There is now a ‘check’ button on the puzzle box interface to highlight incorrectly placed tiles

 

Visit the patch notes forum thread for the full list.

 

Enjoy!

Make sure you tell the boys your feedback on the Mining and Smithing beta here!

The RuneScape Team

 

LootScape!

Tune in for our live streams every month to get in-game goodies!

Just connect your RuneScape account to your Twitch account and tune into one of our Tuesday, Friday or Sunday live streams to get your free stuff!

This February we’ve got the Deep-Sea Fishing animation override, ready for the content release later this year.

Live Streams this Week

Each week we livestream Q&As, in-game events and more. Watch our streams and find out more information about our streams over on our Twitch channel. Check our YouTube channel too for recap videos of streams you may have missed.

Tuesday, February 13th – 17:00 UTC (Game Time) – Mining and Smithing Beta Playthrough

Mod Jack and Mod Deg will be taking players through the new Mining and Smithing Rework beta, showcasing all the potential content and asking for your feedback. Hop in and join them live on Twitch and YouTube!

LootScape will be enabled, and the item for February – the Deep-Sea Fishing animation override – will be a guaranteed drop.

Sunday, February 18th – 19:00 UTC (Game Time) – PvM with Mod Lee

Join our resident PvM expert with another mass this Sunday!

LootScape will be enabled, and the item for February – the Deep-Sea Fishing animation override – will be a guaranteed drop.

The December 2017 Ahead

We’ve decked the Grand Exchange, Prifddinas and the Max Guild with boughs of holly and gift-wrapped some shiny new updates, just for you. So grab your scarves, gloves and festive auras, because the Christmas season has returned to Gielinor, and it’s set to be a cracker. So, how about we take a peek into Santa’s sack?

The G-Nome Project

First thing’s first: our Christmas quest, The G-Nome Project. Back in November, we asked you to scour Gielinor for pieces of Santa’s favourite toy, the clockwork gnome. Well, now that big-beard’s back, he’s decided to take the matter one step further and turn the clockwork gnome into a real boy. Problem is, now they’re both missing – and so’s Rudolph – which leaves it down to a certain adventurer to track them down and save Christmas.

If you’re itching to start, chat to the Queen of Snow in Varrock anytime the 11th of December. She’s got some information that might prove useful; perhaps she’ll let it go?

Winter Weekends

Next up, Winter Weekends. We’re supercharging your gains every weekend up until the 8th of January, mid-Friday to mid-Monday. As those who took part in our combat weekend will know, each one will be centred around a different theme.

8-11th December – Menaphos & Sophanem!

 

  • New City Quests appear twice as fast after completion of a City Quest.
  • 75% increased experience Shifting Tombs.
  • 50% increased reputation in Menaphos.
  • Increased chance to receive Menaphite Gift Offerings.
  • 25% increased Slayer experience within the Sophanem Slayer Dungeon.
  • Bonus chance of jewelled statuettes while wearing a ring of wealth and doubled chance of sceptre of the gods and black ibis while at Pyramid Plunder.
  • Double experience Plover bird hunting.
  • 50% increased base chance to successfully pickpocket in Menaphos.
  • Triple experience harvesting Luminous Wisps (converting memories remains the same experience rate).

 

15-18th December – Minigames!

 

  • +1 Castle Wars gold ticket per game, regardless of win, lose or draw.
  • +1 medal Fish Flingers per game.
  • Double commendation points Pest Control and Conquest.
  • Double Bonus XP and rewards Barbarian Assault.
  • Bosses killed in Dominion Tower are counted twice for the purposes of reward unlocks.
  • +50% Dominion Factor earned.
  • +50% produce points at Livid Farm (stacks with boosters).
  • An extra 600 daily bonus points in Cabbage Facepunch Bonanza.
  • 100% increased Menaphos reputation Shifting Tombs.
  • Double zeal Soul Wars.
  • Shattered Worlds grants 50% extra anima.
  • Double points Stealing Creation.

 

22-25th December – Gathering & Support Skills!

 

  • Divination: Springs last for twice as long once a wisp is activated.
  • Divination: Enriched divination nodes spawn every 10 minutes.
  • Fishing: Spots move around half as frequently as before.
  • Thieving: Pharaoh’s Sceptre and Black Ibis outfit drops are twice as likely at Pyramid Plunder.
  • Dungeoneering: Double tokens regular Dungeoneering.
  • Dungeoneering: No experience penalty upon death.
  • Hunter: 2 Orokami spawn instead of 1 on uncharted isles.
  • Agility: Higher chance of activating The Pit Minigame.
  • 10% chance not to deplete uncharted isles resources while harvesting.
  • Mining nodes and trees replenish twice as quickly.

 

29-1st January – Clue Scrolls!

 

  • 1 free reroll for clue rewards per day.
  • Improved chance to get clue scrolls drops and pickpocketing.
  • Gilly Willikers will give you a free clue scroll per day (starting at noon). Type dependent on total level:
  • 37-1,400 total levels: easy
  • 1,401-2,000 total levels: medium
  • 2,001-2,500 total levels: hard
  • 2,501+ total levels: elite
  • Each clue scroll completed will reward a festive box containing festive food and has a chance of containing one of the following items:
  • Slayer VIP tickets
  • Silverhawk down
  • Tight springs
  • Charms
  • Experience lamps and stars

 

Easy clues reward a festive box (easy), medium and hard clues a festive box (hard), and elite clues a festive box (elite).

5-8th January – Artisan Skills!

 

  • Crafting: 10% chance to produce an extra urn when adding runes to them.
  • Fletching: 25% increased Fletching experience.
  • Smithing: Double XP and respect in the Artisans’ Workshop.
  • Runecrafting: Increased node spawns and double reward points at Runespan.
  • Construction: Chance to retain a plank with Scroll of proficiency increased by 10%.
  • Cooking: Reduced chance to burn food.
  • Herblore: Extra 2.5% chance to save a secondary ingredient when mixing potions.

 

…and last, but by no means least:

1st December-8th January – Ports!

Yes that’s right – the Player-owned Ports bonuses will be active for the entire 5 week duration.

 

  • 25 voyages per day instead of 15.
  • All player-owned ports voyages return 30% extra resources or trade goods.
  • Ability to get The Barmaid’s special voyage on Saturdays and Sundays as well as Thursdays.

 

Festive Aura

The angel on the tree is our festive aura, granting you a 50% XP boost and an icy-cool cosmetic effect for thirty minutes every day. It should already be in your backpack, but if you can’t find it, chat to Xuan in Burthorpe or Dilwyn in Prifddinas.

Advent Calendar

You can claim one free in-game gift every day in December the community interface. And don’t fret about missing days! As long as you log-in before the 8th of January, you’ll still be able to pick up all your goodies.

Ninja Fixes

It’s been a busy month for the ninjas, so much so that they’ve been bustling about like Santa’s elves to make your game the best it can be. All these fixes are now already in-game, but here’s a reminder:

We’ve recoloured all the Divination wisps so that they match the colour of the energies they give you. You can thank one of our players on Reddit for this suggestion. We’ve whipped up an all-in-one monkey greegree to save on bank space, as voted for by you. Much more convenient. Hefin Worker and Musician Outfits can now be disassembled. That means you won’t receive outfit pieces once they’re stored in your Player Owned House. Player Owned Ports: The equipped part name of each ship now displays within the Shipyards interface instead of the section name. So for example, you might have ‘Tengu Rudder’ instead of ‘Rudder’ on its own. You can now mouse over a quest’s start icon on the world map to see its length.

Dimension of the Damned Finale

Thank you all for your patience; the time has finally come for the best 1,000 PvMers to test their mettle and vie for a place in the top ten.

The Dimension of the Damned finale kicks off Saturday 18th November at 8pm GMT (game time), but you should aim to get in for around 7:30pm GMT. If you’re late, you’ll miss out.

Not in the finale, but still want a piece of the action? Tune in on Twitch 7:45pm GMT!

Here’s a reminder of what’s up for grabs:

All Finalists

  • The esteemed ‘…of the Damned’ title.

Top 50

  • The esteemed ‘…of the Damned’ title.
  • A special Dimension of the Damned-style pet to accompany you on your Gielinorian adventures.

Top 10

  • The esteemed ‘…of the Damned’ title.
  • A special Dimension of the Damned-style pet to accompany you on your Gielinorian adventures.
  • Your name engraved on an in-game statue in Gielinor for all to see for two weeks.
  • Two years of standard membership.

Top 5

  • The esteemed ‘…of the Damned’ title.
  • A special Dimension of the Damned-style pet to accompany you on your Gielinorian adventures.
  • Your name engraved on an in-game statue in Gielinor for all to see for two weeks.
  • One year of Gold Premier Club membership followed by lifetime standard membership.
  • An all-expenses-paid trip to the Jagex offices.

The ultimate champion

  • The esteemed ‘…of the Damned’ title.
  • A special Dimension of the Damned-style pet to accompany you on your Gielinorian adventures.
  • Your name engraved on an in-game statue in Gielinor for all to see for two weeks.
  • An all-expenses-paid trip to the Jagex offices.
  • One year of Gold Premier Club membership followed by lifetime standard membership.
  • The exclusive ‘King/Queen of the Damned’ title.
  • A tidy sum of 200M GP for you to spend or save as you see fit.
  • An IRL zombie statue to commemorate your achievement.

Tune into the livestream for more information on when these rewards are going in-game.

Good luck, zombie hunters. May the braaaaains be ever in your favour!

Supernova

The skies are alight with XP – 00:00 game time on 1st November to 23:59 game time on the 6th November, collect various supreme stars on Treasure Hunter for double the Bonus XP of regular fallen stars.

It’s as simple as that – celebrate fireworks night with these slices of Bonus XP and get training for those levels!

What is Treasure Hunter?

Treasure Hunter is playable within RuneScape, allowing players to use Keys to claim in-game items as prizes. These range useful resources to rare weapons and exclusive gear.

Playing Treasure Hunter is simple – click the treasure chest icon that pops up when you log in. If you’ve not played before, just follow the on-screen guide.

Everyone gets at least one Key per day, and RuneScape members get two. You can earn more Keys while playing the game, or stock up by redeeming Bonds.

If you’d like more, you can also buy Keys on the website, or by clicking ‘Buy Keys’ within the Treasure Hunter interface in-game.

Runescape gold Custom Skies & Competition

Menaphos is getting close and Buy cheap RS Gold at 4rsgold, and we’ve got a got a ion of cool in-game events on the way that’ll get you in the mood for some desert adventuring.

Not least of these is the Double XP Weekend, which kicks off at 12:00 UTC (Game Time) on 19th May. Also on 19th May, the Countdown to Menaphos begins, giving you rewards each day you log in until the gates open.

Until then, see Gielinor in a different light with Mod Shauny’s breathtaking Custom Skies update.

Updated Skies & Screenshot Competition

Custom Skies is exactly it sounds like – the option to change the look of RuneScape’s skybox and apply a ion of visual filters. By combining these, you can bathe Gielinor in a bright glow, a moody haze, or anything in between.

Get started by ing ‘Visualise’ on the Orb of Oculus. You can now also access all of the Orb of Oculus functions without the artefact itself, but right-clicking the World Map icon. Why not share your glorious views with the community for a chance to win some Bonds? See Mod Shauny’s competition thread for details.

Countdown to Menaphos

Double XP’s not the only reason to get in game during the lead-up to Menaphos. Join us daily in the countdown to the grand opening! Click the icon displayed when you log in to open the Countdown interface.

Each day that you log in 19th May until 4th June, you can claim a reward. Lamps, stars, meteorites, skilling packs and lanterns are among the goodies on offer.

Note that each reward is only available on its given day, and only non-Ironman accounts with membership are eligible.

Once Menaphos goes live, you’ll be able to access the chest shown in the Countdown interface and receive a duplicate of each reward you’ve claimed, making launch day all the sweeter. You’ll have until 12th June to claim the contents of the chest. Enjoy!

Double XP Weekend – See You There!

Have fun with Double XP this weekend. Remember – there’s still time to prepare. Check out our top tips video for the best ways to get ready:

The RuneScape Team

In Other News

It’s Account Security Week, and our awesome Customer Support Team have a series of events lined up for you – in-game and out. See the Account Security Week news for more.

See the patch notes for further details of today’s update.

Live Streams this Week

Each week we stream Q&As, in-game events and more. Watch our streams and find a full streaming schedule over on our Twitch channel.

Check our YouTube channel, too, for all of our previous streams, including the last Road to Menaphos stream on Skilling Tombs.

A new Slayer Dungeon and 120 Slayer will be an essential part of Menaphos, so it’s time we told you some more about it!

Tuesday, May 16th| 16:00 Game Time | The Road to Menaphos: Slayer

With Menaphos comes the arrival of 120 Slayer, and an awesome new Slayer Dungeon. What does this mean for you, for combat as a whole, and what kinds of things will you be able to slay within the bowels of the Golden City? Find out in this week’s live stream!

And if you haven’t already, make sure you watch the third instalment of the Road to Menaphos video series!

Watch 16:00 Game Time! Sunday May 19th | 18:00 Game Time | PvM with Mod Lee!

Get your weekly dose of PvM goodness with Mod Lee – don’t miss it!