Help Menowin to re-decorate the crater, and prepare it for the largest assortment of fairground rides and attractions that Gielinor has seen! Work as a community to complete the necessary tasks and unlock rewards together, including the Mystical Staff.
From 00:00 UTC on 18th April until 23:59 UTC on 23rd April, use two skills each day to help build the Helter Skelter - the fayre's main attraction, and earn a fantastic magic weapon!
How to Play:
You'll get 100 basic tools on log-in, each day during the Build-A-Fayre event. Should you miss any, you can pick them up on the later days during the event.
Use the tools to teleport to the location of the fayre building ground, to get stuck in to the community event. The skills change each day at 00:00 UTC, so be sure to check back each day to find out what they are!
Speak to Menowin in the Lumbridge Crater if you'd like a full run-down of how the event works.
Put your building prowess to test each day to earn XP in varying skills, increase your personal and community contribution and unlock unique rewards.
To do this, you'll need tools, which you can get from Treasure Hunter or your daily log-in. You can also buy small (30) and large (100) tool packs from Menowin and the Loyalty Points store up to 10 of each.
Golden tools - which give 25 times the contribution, as well as 25 times the XP if the skill is 50 or over and 10 times if the skill is below - can be won on Treasure Hunter.
Tools work for whichever skills are active that day, and can be used five times before breaking. There will always be two skills available to train during the event. Golden tools are always used first.
Rewards are unlocked as personal and community contribution levels reach the prizes shown on the Build-A-Fayre interface, which can be found in the progress pop-up. Progress can be checked at any time during the event by talking to Menowin or using the right-click option on the tool boxes.
The level 65 Mystical Staff will be unlocked when the personal and community progress bars reach certain completion. This can be further upgraded to include unlimited fire, water and earth runes whilst wielded, adapted so it can be worn as a Wardrobe override, and improved up to level 75 with progress.
The Mystical Staff
There will also be mystery boxes available to unlock through these contributions levels, which will contain a various assortment of Treasure Hunter goodies. The final mystery box contains a greater yield of prizes, so try to unlock it if you can!
Note that Ironman accounts can participate and will receive the Wardrobe overrides only.
- Ironmen are allowed to skill exactly the same as a normal player, and will receive standard tools every day.
- Ironmen cannot get golden tools.
- Ironmen cannot buy any additional tools with Loyalty Points.
- Ironmen cannot get mystery boxes.
- Ironmen cannot get the weapon.
Work with Menowin to help construct and prepare his Helter Skelter in preparation for theSpring Fayre whilst earning awesome rewards - and don't forget to check back next week, when the Fayre will be in full swing!
The RuneScape Team
What is Treasure Hunter?
Treasure Hunter is playable from within RuneScape, allowing players to use Keys to claim in-game items as prizes. These range from useful resources to rare weapons and exclusive gear.
Playing Treasure Hunter is simple - click the treasure chest icon that pops up when you log in. If you've not played before, just follow the on-screen guide.
Everyone gets at least one Key per day, and RuneScape members get two. You can earn more Keys while playing the game, or stock up by redeeming Bonds.
If you'd like more, you can also buy Keys on the website, or by clicking 'Buy Keys' within the Treasure Hunter interface in-game.