Reward casket (elite)

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This article is about the current version of the elite reward casket. For the historical version, see Casket (elite).
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A reward casket (elite) is received after completing the final clue scroll of an elite clue scroll trail, and contains the reward for the trail. This is only received after either defeating a Guthix wizard or bypassing the fight using a Meerkat scroll (Fetch Casket) with meerkats summoned.

Sometimes players will receive a puzzle casket (elite) in its place, which requires them to complete a celtic knot puzzle or puzzle box before it can be opened.

Elite reward caskets can also be obtained from spotting an agent penguin in Penguin Hide and Seek.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

From all levels[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ The maximum amount of holy biscuits that can be stored by a player is 200. If the maximum is stored, purple sweets will be rewarded instead.

From elite clue scrolls[edit | edit source]

Note: All rarities listed below assume you have tier 4 luck.

  1. ^ Can only have one Court Summons at a time. Cannot be obtained after completing all court cases.
  2. ^ a b You will roll for either the Robin Hood tights or tunic.
  3. ^ a b c If you fail a roll for a Blood Dye, you'll roll for a Dragon cane or 100,000 coins.
  4. ^ If you already have 5 effigies stored, 2,500 Coins are rewarded instead.
  5. ^ If you fail a roll for an effigy, you'll roll for 10,000 coins.
  6. ^ a b c d e f 1/4490 chance to get any dragon mask.
  7. ^ a b c d e f These items are rolled for in a sequence. If a roll for the preceding item fails, the next item in the sequence is rolled for. The sequence is: Third Age dye → Sack of effigies → Backstab cape → Crystal triskelion fragment
  8. ^ a b c d These items are rolled for in a sequence. If a roll for the preceding item fails, the next item in the sequence is rolled for. The sequence is: Shadow dye → Ice dye → Barrows dye → Re-roll token (elite)
  9. ^ a b c Triskelion fragments are dropped in order.
  10. ^ a b c d e 1/7426 chance to get any piece of Third age druidic.
  11. ^ a b c If a roll for a Third Age item fails, a roll will be made for a God bow.

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • ninja 12 October 2020 (Update):
    • Scrolls and caskets obtained from various places will go directly to Charos' Clue Carrier, regardless of whether your Backpack is full.
    • Caskets can no longer be opened with fewer than nine combined free spaces in the Bank and Backpack.
    • Clues and caskets hidden in drawers, chests and cupboards will now be opened and searched in one action.
    • The message that appears to notify the player that their clue rewards have been sent to the Bank now has a delay in frequency.
    • Attempting to open clue caskets while resting will now play an error message and interrupt the resting animation to prevent the Reward interface from closing instantly.
  • patch 13 July 2020 (Update):
    • You will no longer automatically open a reward casket after digging it up during an Elite Treasure Trail in the Lumbridge Swamp.
  • hotfix 28 February 2018 (Update):
    • Duplicate stacks of treasure trail caskets now open as they should.
  • patch 26 February 2018 (Update):.
    • Reroll progress is now given on opening caskets, as before.
    • Reward caskets (not puzzle caskets) now also stack.
    • Drop options have been replaced with destroy options for all caskets, clue scrolls, challenge scrolls, scroll boxes, puzzle boxes and keys. Where applicable, the destroy message will indicate where to reclaim the item; however, in most cases the item cannot be reclaimed.
    • Treasure Trail caskets have new graphics, and are coloured to match their tier. Sealed clue scrolls also match this new colouring.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Master Clue Rates. (Archived from the original on 5 July 2019.)