Holy biscuits

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Holy biscuits are a stackable food that can be obtained from all levels of Treasure Trails, though higher level Treasure Trails yield greater amounts at a time. It heals 250 life points and restores 10 Prayer points per biscuit eaten. These are not tradeable, and are normally only obtainable through Treasure Trails, with a maximum of 200 owned at once.[1] However, more could be obtained as a reward from the 2012 and 2013 Christmas events if looted from a Snow impling, and from clue scrolls obtained during the Customer Support week in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

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Casket (CS Week)N/A Reward2–100UnknownN/A
Reward casket (easy)Easy Reward casket (easy)2–27CommonN/A
Reward casket (elite)Elite Reward casket (elite)2–27CommonN/A
Reward casket (hard)Hard Reward casket (hard)2–27CommonN/A
Reward casket (master)Master Reward casket (master)2–27CommonN/A
Reward casket (medium)Medium Reward casket (medium)2–27CommonN/A
Security casket (CS Week)N/A Reward100CommonN/A
Security casket (CS Week)N/A Reward100UnknownN/A
Treasure TrailsN/A Treasure Trails2–27CommonN/A

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • update 11 February 2019 (Update):
    • Biscuits were renamed to holy biscuits. This update introduced regular biscuits that can be made with the Cooking skill.
  • patch 3 January 2013 (Update):
    • Biscuits no longer restore prayer points when they haven't been eaten.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ RuneScape. 10,000 Hard Clue Loots - RuneScape Stream Highlight (Twitch.tv livestream). 13 May 2015.*