In The Eyes of Glouphrie[help] quest, you helped clear the Gnome Stronghold[help] of some nasty 'watcher' creatures; cuddly spies sent by Glouphrie to keep an eye on gnome doings. While managing these menaces, you dealt with a lot of gnome history and probably received your reward thinking "Where did Glouphrie go?" and "What did he do?"
In The Path of Glouphrie[help] quest, the story passes from the Gnome Stronghold to the second main gnomish settlement - the Tree Gnome Village[help]. While investigating the strange goings-on you will reacquaint yourself with some old friends, solve some dastardly puzzles, seek the end of the world (which is far from gnome), slay strange creatures, stray far into gnome-man's land, talk to spirit trees, and find out even more about gnome society, customs and history.
Questions need answering: How do gnomes choose their kings? Why is the gnomish empire split in half? Will you continue your quest to find the lost city of Arposandra and delve deeper into the dark deeds of Glouphrie the Untrusted? Are there going to be more of those creepy, furry watchers? The answers could well be found along the Path of Glouphrie: only those brave and inquisitive enough should travel it...
In other news...
The higher level monsters of the god wars dungeon[help] will now drop hard treasure trail[help] clues rather than medium-level clues.
Rings of life[help] will no longer have any effect inside player-owned houses. It's safe to die inside a POH, so people didn't really appreciate having their rings of life teleport them out of the house when their Hitpoints were low!
The Agility shortcut under the wall behind Varrock Palace had become invisible in low detail mode. It's been put back now.
A small change has been made to single-way combat in the Wilderness. Player-vs-player combat now takes precedence over monster fighting, meaning that anyone in battle with a creature can still be attacked by another player. Before, a player could fight another player, run away, enter combat with a creature, and stop the other player from attacking them. All other single-way combat rules still apply, with only one player able to attack you at a time, and only one creature able to attack at any time.