Mental Health Awareness Week

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Mental Health Awareness Week is a time-limited charity event, released on 14 May 2018. In this event, the player gathered charity tokens for Kat, Zoed, and Lau'Ra, found north of the Lumbridge Crater. The event lasted until 23:59 UTC on 20 May 2018. A second instance for the event was released in 2019 on 7 October, running until the end of 13 October. In 2020, it will occur on 18 May to 24 May, first announced on 23 April 2020[1].

Players will be able to check in with in-game charity representatives outside of Lumbridge Crater at any time during the period. Each day they'll get the chance to answer some questions about mental health, and will be rewarded with lamps.

Handing in charity tokens will unlock a variety of rewards. Certain skills or actions yield varying amounts of extra tokens. Both the rewards and bonus actions change yearly.

Each time the player logged in during the event, they were greeted with one of the following announcements:

  • Head to the north of Lumbridge Crater now in order to assist the charity representatives in Gielinor.
  • Representatives from CPSL Mind, The Prince's Trust and You Are RAD require your help - head to the north of Lumbridge Crater now!

Event noticeboards and the Event interface could be used to teleport to the north of the crater for the duration of the event.

Charity[edit | edit source]

All proceeds from purchasing the Defender of the Mind outfit, Defender of the Mind Cape, Warden of the Mind outfit, Warden of the Mind Cape, Angelic Inari pet and RuneCoins in the reward shop were donated to three charities to promote mental health awareness:

  • CPSL Mind
  • Prince's Trust
  • YMCA - England & Wales

In 2019 the YMCA was changed to You Are RAD, and Scoop and Percy were added into the charity shop.

In 2020 the Defender of the Mind wings and brain plushie were added into the charity shop.

Tokens[edit | edit source]

Tokens can be gained through any skilling activity at a rate of approximately 25 tokens for every three minutes. Archaeology gives between 28 to 33 tokens for training it, and 9-11 tokens for every artefact contributed to a collection with a bonus 45-55 for completing a collection. As long as players perform a task once every three minutes, they will receive this reward. Between 74 and 98 tokens are rewards for every daily challenge completed.

2020[edit | edit source]

2020's Rise Above The Disorder Banner
Charity tokens Reward milestone
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 1,000 Big event mystery box
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 3,000 Bastion of Fortitude gauntlets, Bastion of Fortitude boots
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 4,000 Bastion of Fortitude platelegs
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 5,000 Bastion of Fortitude cape
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 6,000 Big event mystery box
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 7,000 Bastion of Fortitude platebody
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 8,000 Bastion of Fortitude helm
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 10,000 Eugene

2019[edit | edit source]

Charity tokens Reward milestone
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 2,000 Big event mystery box
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 5,000 Brain plushie
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 8,000 Big event mystery box
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 10,000 Defender of the Mind wings

2018[edit | edit source]

Charity tokens Reward milestone
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 2,000 YMCA Banner, The Prince's Trust Banner and CPSL Mind Banner
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 4,000 Scoop
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 5,000 Defender's Blade and offhand variant
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 7,000 Wand and orb of the Mind
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 8,500 Defender's Greatblade
Charity tokens.png: RS3 Inventory image of Charity tokens 10,000 Percy

Questions[edit | edit source]

Answering questions for the three representatives, Kal, Lau'Ra, and Zoed, north of Lumbridge Crater gives a small XP lamp for each correct answer, with one question from each per day. Questions can only be answered on the day they appear. The questions and their answers are listed below.

2020[edit | edit source]

Correct answers are shown in bold text and highlighted green.
QuestionAnswers
Kal: The Prince's Trust helps people in what age range?7-15
10-20
11-30
16-30
Lau'Ra: What was Rise Above The Disorder previously known as?Armadyl's Assistance
Anxiety Gaming
Gamer's Trust
Saradomin's Support
Zoed: How many people are affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime?1 in 20
1 in 10
1 in 4
1 in 2
Kal: What percentage of teachers in the UK worry that their pupils won't be ready for the world of work when they leave school?40%
50%
60%
70%
Lau'Ra: What does Rise Above The Disorder do?Provides entirely free mental health care to everyone
Makes games about mental health
Provides mental health care only to gamers
Live streams games that involve mental health issues
Zoed: What percentage of those with a mental health condition develop it before the age of 24?25%
50%
75%
Kal: What does the Prince's Trust aim to support young people with?Courses
Confidence
Careers
All
Lau'Ra: The World Health Organization recently recommended which activity to help those in isolation?Eating crisps
Underwater basket weaving
Playing video games
Prank calling friends
Zoed: How many people die due to suicide every year?200,000
400,000
800,000
Kal: On average, how long does it take young people experiencing mental health issues to seek help?3 years
5 years
10 years
20 years
Lau'Ra: The following are important things to do while isolated, except:Keeping a normal sleeping schedule
Staying connected with friends and family
Taking time to meditate
Ignoring physical wellness
Zoed: How many core values does CPSL Mind have?4
5
6
7
Kal: Which of these symptoms can occur if you are feeling depressed?Don't feel hungry
Hungry all the time
Always tired
All
Lau'Ra: What percentage of youth report poor mental health?30%
40%
50%
60%
Zoed: What percentage of young people experiencing a mental health condition have NOT received appropriate support?30%
50%
70%
Kal: Young people aged 15 to 24 who describe their communities as kind are ____ likely to be mentally healthy than young people who don't.Less
More
Just as
There is no correlation
Lau'Ra: What percentage of youth go without treatment for poor mental health?68%
72%
74%
78%
Zoed: What is the name of the CPSL Mind campaign which focuses on empowering students to find positive ways of coping with stress?Stress LESS
NO Stress
Stress FREE
STOP Stress
Kal: Stigma is viewing a person in a negative way just because that person has a mental health condition. What are ways in which you can help to end the stigma?Educate yourself about mental health
Don't equate people with their mental health condition
Listen to how someone with a mental health condition feels
All of the above
Lau'Ra: Which of the following is correct?Mental health is the #1 cause of student dropout in the US
Mental health is the #2 cause of student dropout in the US
Mental health is the #3 cause of student dropout in the US
Zoed: What is the name of the CPSL Mind suicide prevention campaign?END Suicide
STOP Suicide
PREVENT Suicide
ELIMINATE Suicide

2019[edit | edit source]

Correct answers are shown in bold text and highlighted green.
QuestionAnswers
Kal: What was the original name of "Rise Above the Disorder"?Armadyl's Assistance
Anxiety Gaming
Gamer's Trust
Saradomin's Support
What percentage of young people feel lack of self-confidence holds them back in their career?36%
54%
62%
How many people are affected by mental health conditions each year?1 in 20
1 in 10
1 in 4
1 in 2
Kal: What does Rise Above the Disorder do?Provides entirely free mental health care to everyone
Makes games about mental health
Provides mental health care only to gamers
Live streams games that involve mental health issues
How long has the Prince's Trust Youth Index been running?6 years
7 years
8 years
9 years
What percentage of those with a mental health condition develop it before the age of 18?25%
50%
75%
Kal: What percentage of youth report poor mental health?30%
40%
50%
60%
What proportion of suicides are by men?2 in 5
3 in 5
4 in 5
What percentage of young people feel out of control of their lives?28%
39%
43%
Kal: How many people has Rise Above The Disorder helped?1,000
2,000
20,000
30,000
Lau'Ra: What year was the Prince's Trust founded?1976
1999
1985
1965
Zoed: How many core values does CPSL Mind have?4
5
6
7
Kal: What percentage of youth go without treatment for poor mental health?68%
72%
74%
78%
Lau'Ra: Who founded the Prince's Trust?Prince Charles
Prince William
Prince George
Prince Harry
Zoed: What percentage of young people are receiving treatment for mental health conditions?25%
50%
75%
Kal: Which of the following is correct?Mental health is the #1 cause of student dropout in the US
Mental health is the #2 cause of student dropout in the US
Mental health is the #3 cause of student dropout in the US
Lau'Ra: What is the name of the 12 week personal development programme ran by the Prince's Trust?Team Programme
Work Programme
Youth Programme
Your Programme
Zoed: What is the name of the CPSL Mind campaign which focuses on empowering students to find positive ways of coping with stress?Stress Less
No Stress
Stress Free
Stop Stress
Kal: Who was the founder of Anxiety Gaming?Kevin Wallace
Kat Lo
Jason Docton
Diana Moreau
Lau'Ra: What date is Mental Health Awareness day?29th February
25th March
16th August
10th October
Zoed: What is the name of the CPSL Mind suicide prevention campain?End Suicide
Stop Suicide
Prevent Suicide
Eliminate Suicide

2018[edit | edit source]

Correct answers are shown in bold text and highlighted green.
QuestionAnswers
How many young people do the YMCA support each year?188000
200000
228000
256000
How many people are affected by mental health conditions each year?1 in 20
1 in 10
1 in 4
1 in 2
What percentage of young people feel lack of self-confidence holds them back in their career?36%
54%
62%
How long has the Prince's Trust Youth Index been running?6 years
7 years
8 years
9 years
What percentage of those with a mental health condition develop it before the age of 18?25%
50%
75%
How many people per year does the work of the YMCA impact upon?220,000
390,000
520,000
630,000
What percentage of people have reported hearing harmful language about those experiencing poor mental health?53%
67%
78%
81%
What proportion of suicides are by men?2 in 5
3 in 5
4 in 5
What percentage of young people feel out of control of their lives?28%
39%
43%
How many core values does CPSL Mind have?4
5
6
7
What year was the Prince's Trust founded?1976
1999
1985
1965
In what month does 'Blue Monday' fall?January
February
November
December
Who launched the 'I am[sic] Whole' campaign?Ed Sheeran
Rizzle Kicks
James Cordon[sic]
Emma Watson
What percentage of young people are receiving treatment for mental health conditions?25%
50%
75%
Who founded the Prince's Trust?Prince Charles
Prince William
Prince George
Prince Harry
How much money did the RuneScape community raise for charity last year?£156,322
£219,906
£275,001
What is the name of the CPSL Mind campaign which focuses on empowering students to find positive ways of coping with stress?Stress Less
No Stress
Stress Free
Stop Stress
What is the name of the 12 week personal development programme ran by the Prince's Trust?Team Programme
Work Programme
Youth Programme
Your Programme
How many people took part in the Gielinorian Giving events last year?156,780
194,000
256,890
290,683
What is the name of CPSL Mind suicide prevention campaign?End Suicide
Stop Suicide
Prevent Suicide
Eliminate Suicide
What date is Mental Health Awareness day?29th February
25th March
16th August
10th October

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  • update 1 June 2020 (Update):
    • The Mental Health Awareness Week event has been fully packed away, and the Lumbridge Crater has returned to normal.
  • patch 26 May 2020 (Update):
    • Our charity partner representatives will be leaving Gielinor on May 30th to continue their good work elsewhere. We're grateful for their support and hope to welcome them back for future events!