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PostSubject: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Thu Jul 21, 2016 2:51 pm

Oi everyone!

I have been discussing with some fellow 'f2pironmanfc' members earlier, and I figured a lot of players seem to have completely forgotten about various 'hidden' post-quest rewards that are obtainable in F2P. So, I thought I would create a topic on those 'secret' rewards and list them all here. Here you go :

Gunnar's Ground : 32k free crafting XP

Once you have completed this quest, you can go back to Dororan's house (the mansion which formerly belonged to Juliet, and which is located near Varrock's Cooking Guild) for a couple of crafting works :

For the first task, Dororan will ask you to engrave a ruby bracelet for his beloved wife : in order to be able to complete this task, you will need a Crafting level of 42 ; helping Dororan out with this job will net you 2,000 XP in Crafting.

For the second task, you will have to engrave a dragonstone necklace : this requires a Crafting level of 72, and will net you 10,000 XP in Crafting.

For the third and last task, you will be asked to engrave an onyx amulet : this requires a Crafting level of 90, and will net you 20,000 XP in Crafting.

Please note that, even though some of these jewels (i.e. dragonstone and onyx) are normally P2P content, F2P players can perfectly well engrave them nonetheless.


Myths of the White Lands : 2k Crafting XP and 20k Woodcutting XP

This quest over, you can go back to the Land of Snow and enter the icy labyrinth again to claim some XP rewards in Crafting and Woodcutting. To go back there after you have finished the quest, talk to Wizard Isidor in Wizard's Tower and ask him to teleport you to the Land of Snow. Once inside the sinuous, frozen labyrinth :

You can carve some obscure wall in the second cavern to be granted 2.000 Crafting XP ; this requires a Crafting level of 30.

In the seventh cavern, you can also chop some roots down to be granted 20,000 XP in Woodcutting ; this requires a Woodcutting level of 80.


Gower Quest : still more XP, and brand new pets!

There are also some pretty cool rewards to be claimed as soon as you are done with this newly-released quest.

1° XP lamps : once you have defeated the Black Knight Titan for good, you can talk to each of the three Gower brothers to receive an XP lamp.

- Ian's lamp will grant you 250 XP in a free skill of your choice. In order to claim this lamp, you must have reached at least level 10 in all free skills.

- Paul's lamp will grant you 1,500 XP in a free skill of your choice. In order to claim it, you must have reached at least level 30 in all free skills.

- Andrew's lamp will grant you 12,000 XP in a free skill of your choice. In order to claim it, you must have reached at least level 50 in all free skills.


2° Pets : there are three pets you can obtain as rewards from this quest.

- The first pet, Crispy the Cabbage, decides to accompany you as you are making your way through the quest itself.

- As for the two other pets : once you have fully completed the quest, you can speak with Tim and Crunchy in the hall, Behind the Scenes, and ask them to travel the world with you. They will accept to join you, and pet-versions of Tim and Crunchy will appear in your pet interface. To go back to Behind the Scenes after you have finished the quest, use the Disc of Returning inside a bank, and it will instantly teleport you to that alter world. If you happen to have lost the Disc of Returning the Gower brothers gave you, you can get another one from a crate inside the Gower farm (located east of Varrock's loadstone).


The Death of Chivalry : cosmetic overrides

Once you are through with this quest, you can take on the fight against Dawn (the final boss) again, and be rewarded with cosmectic overrides of Captain Dulcin's armour if you defeat her a second time. To go back to the Black Knight's Fortress, simply use the Skull of Remembrance to teleport inside. If you happen to have lost or discarded your Skull of Remembrance, you will need to wear Captain Dulcin's armour in order to infiltrate the fortress again.



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That's all I can think of for the main post-quest rewards. That being said, I also wanted to cover the topic of miniquests, namely, the very short quests which are not listed in the 'Quests' interface, and which may be unknown to some newer players.


Witch's Potion :

This was originally a genuine quest in the first days of RuneScape, but it was eventually demoted as a miniquest, due to its extremely basic and straightforward nature. To start this miniquest, talk to Hetty the Witch in Rimmington. She will ask you to assist her in gathering a few ingredients in order to make some magical potion of sorts. Completing this miniquest will net you 325 XP in Magic.


Sheep Shearer :

This one was also formerly a full-on quest when RuneScape emerged, and was likewise removed from the official quests list. To begin this miniquest, talk to Fred the Farmer in his farm, located north of Lumbridge's castle. He will simply ask you to shear twenty of his sheep and make twenty balls of wool out of the gathered materials. Completing this miniquest will net you 150 XP in Crafting.

Note that, due to the (very) low amount of XP you receive as a reward, you will be better off doing these miniquests as soon as possible...


Swept Away's sequel : the Purple Cat miniquest

While you cannot, as a F2P player, claim the reward (that is, the purple cat) from this miniquest, you can still complete the quest in F2P. To start off, talk to Wendy (Maggie's assistant) in Draynor Village once you are through with the 'Swept Away' quest. Wendy will send you back to Betty's rune shop in Port Sarim, where you will have to solve a puzzle similar to the one you solved during 'Swept Away'. Once again, indeed, you will be required to place the proper animal inside the proper pen... but, as you will promptly notice, the second version of this puzzle is slightly more tricky than the former. Smile


Well, I think I have covered all the small little secrets from all F2P quests. I hope this topic will prove helpful for you, guys. Please let me know if I forgot anything in my list... Smile

Have fun questing!

Divine Diana


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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:37 pm

Awesome thanks for that, I hadn't forgotten about some of those but had absolutely no idea some of those even existed >.<
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:52 pm

Oh that's really useful! Thanks for posting that Di! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:53 pm

At your service! Very Happy This is definitely some easily 'forgettable', secondary, obscure content... and I noticed a lot of players indeed completely forgot or even ignored all about these post-quest rewards. So, I thought a brief reminder would be helpful. Very Happy Maybe I should add the XP lamps you can get by doing the various tasks assigned by Commander Delnuth after the 'Death Plateau' quest. I haven't added this yet, because I feel like these rewards are pretty well-known to all players...
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:35 pm

Oh cool, forgot about some of these. Thanks for the reminder! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Fri Jul 22, 2016 3:19 am

The xp gainz...they're beautiful :')

Thank you so much for the reminders!
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Fri Jul 22, 2016 2:45 pm

You're welcome. I'm glad it helped you! ^^
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Fri Jul 22, 2016 5:18 pm

Hey everyone,

I'm actually leaving the FC (and, consequently, the FC's forum as well). So, feel free to copy-paste my small "guide" on post-quest rewards and miniquests before I delete my user profile.

Take care,

Divine Diana.
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Fri Jul 22, 2016 6:50 pm

Divine Diana wrote:
Hey everyone,

I'm actually leaving the FC (and, consequently, the FC's forum as well). So, feel free to copy-paste my small "guide" on post-quest rewards and miniquests before I delete my user profile.

Take care,

Divine Diana.

Very sad to hear that Diana. You sound like you've pretty much made up  your mind, but if you think it might help to talk to me about any issues you may be experiencing, please do, either in game, or a pm on this site. If you ever decide to give us a go again,  you know you'll be very welcome, and even if you don't want to be an active participant, it would be lovely if you were to drop by for a few mins now and then to say hi. I know a lot of us will miss you in the FC, and have enjoyed your company and your contributions.

Regarding posts that you have made, I'm not 100% sure, but I think if you delete your profile, your posts will remain, but just say 'guest' rather than your username. If you don't want the content to remain, you can always edit it out of course. I'll take a copy anyway just in case. I know this thread was much appreciated! Thanks for letting us keep it for reference. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:17 pm

Thank you for your kind words, Tree.

Well, I'm leaving the FC for the same reasons I stepped back from it a few months ago, basically. I won't go further into details, but today's dispute was, as we say in French, "the drop of water that made the vase overflow". I just can't take it anymore, and I don't want to waste the small amount of fun I still experience while playing RuneScape by arguing with everyone. The fault is partly mine, I admit, as my social skills are far too limited, and don't allow an introvert like me to be part of such an active community.

As for my short post-quest rewards guide, I have had quite a lot of feedback from people who found it pretty useful, so I'll let it where it is. Again, feel free to use it as you wish and to re-post it wherever you like in the event that it is deleted. Smile

Take care, Tree, and see you around ingame maybe. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Fri Jul 22, 2016 10:18 pm

Sorry to hear that, Diana. Crying or Very sad

I know I will miss you a lot, please do keep in touch!
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Sat Jul 23, 2016 2:23 pm

Is there actually an option to delete your profile? I can't seem to find it under the "profile" section... =/

Anyway, I've made up my mind, I'll probably quit RS3 for good and focus on my OSRS account instead (as a matter of fact, I have accomplished more things there than I have in RS3). The main thing is I don't really see the point in making an ironman account and get tons of free xp during the events that occur every week or so... I feel like the game is playing in my place, as I receive free xp without even doing anything to earn it lol... It seems to me that RS3 is becoming more and more dumbed down, and I'm practically unable to cope with the boredom this game arouses in me anymore... lol. And what's the point in playing a game that doesn't bring you fun, right? Plus, RS3's elitist community also repells me from this game...

Take care everyone! And try to make your real life as fascinating and marvelous as an RPG life can be (and, hopefully, less boring and meaningless than RuneScape). :p


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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Sat Jul 23, 2016 3:03 pm

Divine Diana wrote:
Take care everyone! And try to make your real life as fascinating and marvelous as an RPG life can be (and, hopefully, less boring than RuneScape). :p

Sad to see you go, you will be missed, and likewise hope all is well with you and enjoy your OSRS adventures as well as your IRL ones too.

Good Bye Diana Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Sat Jul 23, 2016 6:46 pm

Divine Diana wrote:
Is there actually an option to delete your profile? I can't seem to find it under the "profile" section... =/


Hmm, that's strange, you'd think there should be. Anyway, when you're sure you're ready, post here or send me a pm on these forums and I'll try and remove your account from my end.

All the best with your OS endeavours! And remember, our door's always open.
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Sun Jul 31, 2016 11:02 am

Alright, Tree, you can proceed to delete my account now (I still can't find the option to do it myself ; maybe those eyes are getting worse every day haha).

Take care!

I'll add you on my OSRS account (Divine Leyla) when I have some free time to play again. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:05 pm

Divine Diana wrote:
Alright, Tree, you can proceed to delete my account now (I still can't find the option to do it myself ; maybe those eyes are getting worse every day haha).

Take care!

I'll add you on my OSRS account (Divine Leyla) when I have some free time to play again. Smile

Actually Di, I've just sent you a pm on these forums. Ok if I wait until you've read it first? Let me know. Smile
Hope to chat in game some time soon, when you're able to. All the best!
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PostSubject: Re: Post-quest rewards & miniquests   Sun Jul 31, 2016 3:20 pm

Read it and answered it, Tree. Smile

All the best to you too!
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