The blood talisman is an item that allows players to enter the Blood Altar located beneath Meiyerditch. It can be combined with a tiara to make a blood tiara for 52.5 Runecrafting experience at the Blood Altar by using the tiara on the altar. Both the tiara and the talisman allow players to train the Runecrafting skill.
The blood talisman, and thus blood runecrafting, was released on 22 April 2008 as a reward from the Legacy of Seergaze quest.
The blood talisman can be used on the wicked hood, giving the hood two free teleports to the blood altar, and 5 free blood runes every day. This will consume the talisman.
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- Before the official release of Legacy of Seergaze, image of the blood talisman was discovered on the Jagex website before its release via URL manipulation, leading many at the time to believe blood runecrafting would be made available quickly. Jagex later removed the blood talisman image from the website.
- The blood talisman was referenced long before its release by the dwarf Thorgel in the Mourning's End Part II quest. You take a list of items to him in exchange for a death talisman, but if you ask why he wants the items, if one of them is a jail key, he will say "Pretty please with a blood talisman on top?" at which point the player exclaims "A Blood Talisman!?" and he replies "Oops! I meant Death Talisman!" with a very shifty look on his face.
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- patch 12 April 2010 (Update):
- We are increasing the chance of receiving a blood talisman from the Columbarium.