Cave goblin technology tree

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The cave goblin technology tree is a technology tree from Invention. At level 40, players can choose to specialise in either the cave goblin technology tree or the dwarven technology tree. To follow this path, players must talk to Oldak in Dorgesh-Kaan (requiring Death to the Dorgeshuun). Players can also view the Technology Noticeboard in the Invention Guild without completing any quests.

Cave goblin technology tree items can be unlocked using Goblin Currency, which is earned by completing Invention tasks (not to be confused with Daily Tasks). These tasks can be found at the noticeboard in the Invention Guild, near Oldak in Dorgesh-Kaan, and near Drorkar in Keldagrim. Up to 5 tasks can be saved, and each 12 hours a new task is added.

The Cave goblin technology tree is as follows:

Tier Level Invention Unlock Cost
1 40 Pestiferous components 10
2 50 Mechanised chinchompa 25
2 50 Woodcutting accumulator 25
3 60 B.A.N.K. Stander 35
3 60 Monkey mind-control helmet 35
4 70 Dungeoneering party simulator 55
4 70 Electrified box trap 55
4 70 Oldak coil 55

Concepts[edit | edit source]

RuneFest 2015 - Invention cave goblin tech.png

At RuneFest 2015 the following device concepts were shown as examples of items that could be included in the cave goblin tech tree:

  • Stealth module - would make the player's minimap dot appear as that of an NPC.
  • Dungeoneering Automapper - would automatically reveal the map for a Dungeoneering floor. During a developer stream, it was revealed the Dungeoneering automapper was mostly scrapped, as the developers were not fond of how it was designed along with its implementation and testing time.[1]
  • Flash bomb - would stun one pickpocketable NPC and increase the success chance for pickpocketing. A similar concept was introduced with the soul-in-a-box.

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