|Release||4 August 2010 (Update)|
|High alch||30 coins|
|Low alch||20 coins|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|I hope there's treasure in it.|
|Item ID||2714, 2715, 2717, 2718, 2720, 2721, 3511, 3517, 3519, 7237, 10181, 10183, 10185, 10187, 10189, 10191, 10193, 10195, 10197, 10199, 10201, 10203, 10205, 10207, 10209, 10211, 10213, 10215, 10217, 10219, 10221, 10223, 10225, 10227, 10229, 10231, 10233|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
A Casket (easy) was the item received after completing the final clue scroll of an easy clue scroll trail prior to the Clue Scroll Overhaul on 26 February 2018. It contained the reward for the easy trails prior to this date. The item was effectively replaced by the Reward casket (easy) with the overhaul. However, Casket (easy) items in the game at the time of the update were not automatically converted to the new item and therefore may remain in the game. Players may now convert the casket into a Reward casket (easy); it is no longer possible to loot the Casket (easy) directly.
Unlike the current Reward casket (easy), the Casket (easy) item was not stackable. Players at the time were only allowed to have one easy clue scroll at a time and the casket counted toward this, thus players could not have more than one casket at a time. However, it was possible to get around this limitation by use of the drop trick, in which case the casket could possibly contain another clue.
The casket would only appear depending on specific circumstances. If the final clue required the player to dig or do an emote, a casket would be given upon completion. If the final clue required the player to search in a crate, barrel, etc., the rewards would be given directly instead, without a casket.
Update history[edit | edit source]
- patch 7 March 2016 (Update):
- Players must now claim their Treasure Trail rewards by closing the interface before they can open another Treasure Trail casket.