The selection of low-cost equipment is less wide, and because of this, in general, it is possible to earn a huge return on Master Caskets. Additionally, players may receive exclusive and mega-rare drops just as in previous instances.
When playing OldSchool RuneScape, just like in other MMO titles, you'll find accomplishments. They give trophies in various forms like an item, title, or a notice that you can get by accomplishing various tasks which are memorable. For instance, if you defeat the boss that was defeated only by a small number of players, you might be awarded one.
Furthermore In OSRS there is also a unique Achievement Diary, which is a book that collects the most important achievements you have made together in one place. Furthermore, they're divided into distinct areas in which you can collect them. In this case, for example, completing challenges around Varrock will result in filling Varrock Diary.
In the event of completing Diaries the players are rewarded with exclusive sets and products exclusive to those who participate in those activities. Currently, there are twelve diaries to choose from for OSRS players. These include Ardougne, Desert, Falador, Fremennik, Kandarian, Karamja, Kourend & Kebos, Lumbridge & Draynor, Morytania, Varrock, Western Provinces plus the Wilderness Diary.
Achievement journals are divided into four categories based on the level of difficulty: easy, moderate, hard, elite. The first are generally relatively easy and typically don't require much time or effort. They don't even require expertise above level 40. Medium-level tasks are a majority of the time similarly simple however they could require some abilities to be equivalent to level 65. As the name states are more complex and require specific abilities to be in the range of level 75.