Cap'n Arnav's Chest

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Cap'n Arnav's Chest was removed after an update.
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A detailed picture of the island.

Cap'n Arnav's Chest was a random event. Players could be randomly teleported by Cap'n Arnav to an island, where he had found some treasure. He then asked you to solve his combination lock. You got 5 tries. If you didn't succeed after 5 tries, he hit you over the head with his bottle and teleported you off to some distant land somewhere in RuneScape. Upon correctly completing the random event, players received a random event gift.

History[edit | edit source]

Previously, Arnav had buried a treasure in the player's farming patch and would ask the player to open his chest for him. If the player got the combination wrong twice, he teleported them to an unknown location within RuneScape. Prior to 25 February[source needed], it was only possible to receive this random event while farming.

Afterwards, players may have encountered Cap'n Arnav whilst doing anything. In addition, this event had become available to free-to-play players as well.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His island was circled by 4 sharks, examining each one showed a different text, "Sleek, sinister, silent, and shark-shaped", "Like a dolphin, but considerably less cute", "Ooh, look, a floating fin", and "Selachimorpha" which is the superorder sharks fall under.
  • You could quickly talk to him when another player gets the random. Arnav would say "Ah, I cannot be stoppin' to chat to ye now lassie. There be treasure out there, and I wants it."
  • He would punch you when you leave after failing to solve his puzzle. The next time a player got him as a random event, they had an option to mention this to him.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 14 August 2012 (Update):
    • The exit portal on the Pirate random event has been made less bright with bloom enabled.