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{{otheruses|Party Room in Falador|one in a [[Clan Citadel]]|Party Room (Clan Citadels)}}
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{{Official world|f2p=136|p2p=9}}
   
''The unofficial Party Room worlds are 1 and 2.''
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[[File:Falador Party Room location.png|150px|right]]
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[[File:Party Pete's Emporium exterior.png|thumb|right|Outside the Falador Party Room.]]
[[File:Party Pete's Emporium exterior.png|thumb|left|Outside the Falador Party Room.]]The '''Party Room''' is a building in north-east [[Falador]]. This room is used to host [[Drop party|drop parties]] where items, regardless of value, can be indirectly given to other players. These items drop randomly from [[party balloon]]s, which players have to pop, in order for the items to appear on the ground.
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The '''party room''' is a building in north-east [[Falador]]. This room is used to host [[Drop party|drop parties]] where items, regardless of value, can be indirectly given to other [[player]]s. These items drop randomly from [[party balloon]]s, which players have to pop, in order for the items to appear on the ground.
 
When the [[King's Ransom]] [[quests|quest]] was released, the Party Room was moved from [[Seers' Village]] to Falador, making it available to [[free play|non-members]]. With removal of the trade limit, players can now use the party room on any world. However since the removal of designated Party Room worlds during the [[Wilderness]] and [[Free trade]] update, the popularity of the Party Room has declined dramatically. The unofficial Party Room worlds are 1 and 2.
 
 
{{Relative location
 
|location = Falador Party Room
 
|north = [[Gamers' Grotto]]
 
|west = [[White Knights' Castle]]
 
|south = [[Artisans Workshop]]
 
|east = [[Dwarven Mines]]}}
 
   
 
==Features==
 
==Features==
 
===Party Pete===
 
===Party Pete===
 
{{Main|Party Pete}}
 
{{Main|Party Pete}}
The owner of the Party Room, [[Party Pete]] is a fun-loving character, and one of the few characters in ''RuneScape'' who wears a partyhat. Although he wears a partyhat, it is generally thought that this is because of his name and role, not his wealth. He will dance, chat, and count down until the release of the [[party balloon]]s. He will also remove 'cheap' items from the Party Chest. He also sells [[Afro]]s. Colours: Burgundy, Red, Vermilion, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Peach, Brown, Dark Brown, Light Brown, Mint Green, Green, Dark Green, Dark Blue Turquoise, Light Blue, Purple, Violet, Indigo, Dark Grey, Military Grey, White, Light Grey, Taupe, and Black. When they were removed as drops, he also began to sell tenth anniversary candles (15 coins) and tenth anniversary cakes (150 coins). These regenerate at a ridiculously fast rate.
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The owner of the party room, [[Party Pete]] is a fun-loving [[non-player character]], and one of the few characters in ''RuneScape'' who wears a [[partyhat]]. Although he wears a partyhat, it is generally thought that this is because of his name and role, not his wealth. He will use the dance [[emote]], and count down until the release of the [[party balloon]]s. He will also remove 'cheap' items from the Party Chest. He also sells [[Afro]]s. Colours: Burgundy, Red, Vermilion, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Peach, Brown, Dark Brown, Light Brown, Mint Green, Green, Dark Green, Dark Blue, Turquoise, Light Blue, Purple, Violet, Indigo, Dark Grey, Military Grey, White, Light Grey, Taupe, and Black. When they were removed as drops, he also began to sell [[10th anniversary candle]]s (15 coins) and [[10th anniversary cake]]s (150 coins). These regenerate at a ridiculously fast rate.
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Talking to Party Pete is one of the easy [[Falador achievements]].
   
 
===Dancing Knights===
 
===Dancing Knights===
 
{{Main|Dancing Knights}}
 
{{Main|Dancing Knights}}
 
[[File:Dancing knights.png|thumb|right|Dancing knights of the Party Room.]]
 
[[File:Dancing knights.png|thumb|right|Dancing knights of the Party Room.]]
Pulling the lever near the Party Chest will give a player the option of summoning the 6 dancing knights for 500 coins. The knights will dance on the tabletop, singing a song in parody of a similar scene in [[Cultural references|Monty Python]] and the Holy Grail.
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Pulling the lever near the Party Chest will give a player the option of summoning the 6 dancing knights for 500 coins. The knights will dance on the tabletop, singing a song in parody of a similar scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
   
 
Examine: ''You'd need a tin opener to get him out.''
 
Examine: ''You'd need a tin opener to get him out.''
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===Party Chest===
 
===Party Chest===
 
[[File:PARTYyay.png|thumb|right|Dropped balloons.]]
 
[[File:PARTYyay.png|thumb|right|Dropped balloons.]]
[[File:Partyroom2.png|thumb|right|Items waiting to be dropped.]]
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[[File:Party chest drop deposit box.png|thumb|right|Items waiting to be dropped.]]
Players can donate items to the Party Chest, but cannot withdraw them again. Items that cannot be dropped or traded may not be put into the chest. Pulling the lever next to the chest for 1000 coins will cause balloons to float down around the Hall. Popping these balloons may yield an item from the Chest. If stacked or noted items are put into the chest, they do not necessarily have to appear in the same balloon. As an example, twenty noted lobsters put into the chest can appear in four different balloons, with random amounts in each whose sum is twenty. This feature, and the bar upstairs, makes the Party Hall a popular place for drop parties.
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Players can donate items to the party chest, but cannot withdraw them again. Items that cannot be dropped or traded may not be put into the chest. Pulling the lever next to the chest for 1000 coins will cause balloons to float down around the hall. Popping these balloons may yield an item from the chest. If stacked or [[noted]] items are put into the chest, they do not necessarily have to appear in the same balloon. As an example, twenty noted [[lobster]]s put into the chest can appear in four different balloons, with random amounts in each whose sum is twenty. This feature, and the bar upstairs, makes the party hall a popular place for drop parties.
 
Note: [[Gnomeball]]s may be deposited, even though they cannot be bought on the [[Grand Exchange]].
 
   
 
===Bar===
 
===Bar===
[[File:Party_room4.png|thumb|218px|Upstairs in the Bar.]]
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[[File:Party room4.png|thumb|218px|Upstairs in the Bar.]]
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The bar upstairs serves regular [[beer]]. Players can also dance with the barmaids [[Megan (Party Room)|Megan]] and [[Lucy (Party Room)|Lucy]].
The bar upstairs serves regular [[beer]]. You can also dance with the barmaids [[Megan]] and [[Lucy (Party Room)|Lucy]].
 
   
 
===Postie Pete===
 
===Postie Pete===
[[Postie Pete]] frequently visits the Party Hall. He does not trade any items,
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[[Postie Pete]] frequently visits the party hall. He does not trade any items,
 
mostly just tells jokes. Players can converse with him one at a time.
 
mostly just tells jokes. Players can converse with him one at a time.
 
===Falador Tasks===
 
 
Talking to Party Pete is one of the easy [[Falador Tasks]].
 
   
 
== Criticisms ==
 
== Criticisms ==
* Many people criticised that the fact that they can receive random events while in the party room. If the player receive a random event in a crowded room, they may get teleported away and receive something less valuable if anything.
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* People criticize the fact anything can be put in the party chest, therefore many people put more useless items in than valuable items. There are also "party crashing" [[clan]]s that gather useless items to fill treasure chests.
*It has been discussed on the forums, that players should not be able to make fires or summon familiars inside the room, as many players accidentally pick up the ashes from fires or click on the summoned familiars instead of clicking on the balloons.
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* People also criticize how people always close the chest when other players try to see what is being dropped in the chest.
* People criticise the fact anything can be put in the party chest, therefore many people put more useless items in than valuable items. There are also "party crashing" clans that gather useless items to fill treasure chests.
 
* People also criticise how people always close the chest when other players try to see what is being dropped in the chest.
 
 
* Another criticism is that players may set free lots of toys ([[toy doll]]s, [[toy soldier]]s, etc.) so that players might accidentally click one instead of a balloon.
 
* Another criticism is that players may set free lots of toys ([[toy doll]]s, [[toy soldier]]s, etc.) so that players might accidentally click one instead of a balloon.
* Many people have their pets following them in order to make other players click the pet instead.
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=="Around the world" drop parties==
 
=="Around the world" drop parties==
4 January 2011 Jagex made it possible for [[Jagex Moderator]]s to drop a [[10th anniversary chest|10th Anniversary Chest]] anywhere on Runescape, making it possible to have a balloon drop party wherever you wanted. Players can drop anything they want, and Jagex will drop the [[10th anniversary cake]]s and [[10th anniversary candles|candles]]. This was to celebrate RuneScape's 10th Anniversary.
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On 4 January 2011, it was made possible for [[Jagex Moderator]]s to drop a [[10th anniversary chest]] anywhere on RuneScape, making it possible to have a balloon drop party wherever you wanted. Players can drop anything they want, and a moderator will drop the [[10th anniversary cake]]s and [[10th anniversary candles|candles]]. This was to celebrate RuneScape's 10th Anniversary.
   
 
==Party announcements==
 
==Party announcements==
[[File:Partyroombankeradvertise.gif|right|frame|Bankers counting down to the next big drop.]]
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[[File:Party room bank advertise.png|right|frame|Bankers counting down to the next big drop.]]
[[File:Partyroom1.png|frame|right|Party Pete telling players of a drop party that is worth over 100 million coins.]]
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From [[17 March]] [[2009]] to [[1 February]] [[2011]] certain NPCs would announce that a party was about to take place. This was to stop players from making covert trades (especially [[real world trading|real trades]]) by attracting lots of people into the room to take the items.
From [[17 March]] [[2009]] to [[1 February]] [[2011]] certain NPCs would announce that a party was about to take place. According to Jagex, this was to stop players from making covert trades (especially [[real world trading|real trades]]) by attracting lots of people into the room to take the items.
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The party advertisement varied depending on the value of the items in the chest:
The party advertisement varies depending on the value of the items in the chest:
 
 
*'''0-50,000''' No advertisement. Ten second delay between pulling the lever and the balloons dropping.
 
*'''0-50,000''' No advertisement. Ten second delay between pulling the lever and the balloons dropping.
*'''50,000-150,000''' Falador Bankers and Party Room barmaids advertise. One hundred [[RuneScape clock|tick]] delay (one minute) .
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*'''50,000-150,000''' Falador bankers and party room barmaids advertise. One hundred [[RuneScape clock|tick]] delay (one minute) .
*'''150,000-1,000,000''' Falador men, women, bankers and Party Room barmaids advertise. Five hundred [[RuneScape clock|tick]] delay (five minutes).
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*'''150,000-1,000,000''' Falador men, women, bankers and party room barmaids advertise. Five hundred [[RuneScape clock|tick]] delay (five minutes).
*'''1,000,000 or more''' Falador men, women, and Party Room barmaids advertise. Also, nearly every banker in ''RuneScape'' will advertise and offer free teleports to the Party Room. One thousand [[RuneScape clock|tick]] delay (ten minutes).
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*'''1,000,000 or more''' Falador men, women, and party room barmaids advertise. Also, nearly every banker in ''RuneScape'' will advertise and offer free teleports to the party room. One thousand [[RuneScape clock|tick]] delay (ten minutes).
   
The [[Non-player character|NPCs]] in [[Falador]], such as the [[bank]] staff and the guards, react with excitement when a party is in progress. One of the phrases said refers to "high value items", but it is hard to tell if that is true.
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The [[NPCs]] in [[Falador]], such as the [[bank]] staff and the guards, react with excitement when a party is in progress. One of the phrases said refers to "high value items", but it is hard to tell if that is true.
   
 
The NPC chat only appears on the main screen, not in the chat box.
 
The NPC chat only appears on the main screen, not in the chat box.
   
== Trivia ==
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==Trivia==
*When looked at from the higher level, the minimap makes the guards and any players on the wall appear to float.
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[[File:Seer's partyroom.png|thumb|The old party room in Seers' village]]
*During the RS2 beta, there was originally a glitch which allowed players to duplicate any item by depositing a greater amount than they had into the chest and then withdrawing it. In this way, many players made millions by duplicating rune platebodies and dragon medium helmets.
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* When looked at from the higher level, the [[minimap]] makes the guards and any players on the wall appear to float.
*Players were able to close the door in the Party Room until sometime in April 2008. This was changed because of door spamming.
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* During the RS2 beta, there was originally a glitch which allowed players to duplicate any item by depositing a greater amount than they had into the chest and then withdrawing it. In this way, many players made millions by duplicating items such as [[rune platebody|rune platebodies]] and [[dragon medium helmet]]s.
*The party room was built in response to the large popularity of "[[drop party|drop parties]]". Many players were complaining about how people would cheat by just [[telekinetic Grab|telegrabbing]] the item and making it impossible for other players to get anything. When built, it was just an empty building in which the telekinetic grab was disabled. When the game was updated to RS2, the building became quite a bit more structured, adding the chest, lever, and bar. The telegrab still will not work inside the party room, however.
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* Players were able to close the door in the party room until sometime in April 2008. This was changed because of door spamming.
*After-parties commonly follow a drop party, which consist of items players obtained from the first drop party that they re-deposited.
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* One previous criticism was that players would bring [[familiar]]s or [[pet]]s into the party room, causing others to accidentally click them instead of the balloons. This has been changed, however, and the party room is now "a [[Summoning]]-free area". Players who try to enter with a follower will be turned away from the door, and pets can no longer be dropped in the building.
*Some players who quit RuneScape would buy millions of [[needle]]s from the Grand Exchange at one coin each and then put them in the Party Room. This caused many players to come to the party room in hopes of getting an item worth a large amount of coins, because the bankers and other non-player characters will say how much coins' worth of items is being dropped in the Party Room, but will not distinguish between an item such as a [[Dragon chainbody]] and {{GEPrice|Dragon chainbody|n}} needles.
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* The party room was built in response to the large popularity of "[[drop party|drop parties]]". Many players were complaining about how people would cheat by just [[telekinetic grab|telegrabbing]] the item and making it impossible for other players to get anything. When built, it was just an empty building in which the telekinetic grab was disabled. When the game was updated to RS2, the building became quite a bit more structured, adding the chest, lever, and bar. The telegrab still will not work inside the party room, however.
*[[File:Missinglever.png|thumb|The glitch with the missing lever]]On 22 August 2009, a glitch caused the lever in the Party Room to disappear.
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* Many people criticised that the fact that they can receive [[random events]] while in the party room. If the player receive a random event in a crowded room, they may get teleported away and receive something less valuable if anything. This is no longer possible, as Random Events have been removed from the game.
*On 9 October 2011, a massive drop party formed on world 22, causing a queue of over 900 players attempting to get into the world.
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* After-parties commonly follow a drop party, which consist of items players obtained from the first drop party that they re-deposited.
*When activated the dancing knights will use the old dance emote.
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* Some players who quit RuneScape would buy millions of [[needle]]s from the Grand Exchange at one coin each and then put them in the party room. This caused many players to come to the party room in hopes of getting an item worth a large amount of coins, because the bankers and other non-player characters will say how much coins' worth of items is being dropped in the party room, but will not distinguish between an item such as a [[Dragon chainbody]] and {{GEPrice|Dragon chainbody|n}} needles.
*If a large amount of an item which is regarded as hard to sell is put in the chest, the items may still be in drops several days later, with players constantly re-adding them.
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* When activated the dancing knights will use the dance emote.
*The party room was originally located in [[Seers' Village]]; it was moved to [[Falador]] to make it available to [[free play|non-members]], as one of the few improvements of the [[free play|free]] version of ''[[RuneScape]]'' in recent years, and because of the addition of the Court room in [[King's Ransom]].[[File:Seer's_partyroom.png|thumb|The old party room in Seers' village]]
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* If a large amount of an item which is regarded as hard to sell is put in the chest, the items may still be in drops several days later, with players constantly re-adding them.
*If you attempt to light a fire in the Party Room, it will say "Lighting a fire in the party room would be a safety hazard!"
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* If you attempt to light a fire in the party room, it will say "Lighting a fire in the party room would be a safety hazard!"
*Before the [[King's Ransom]] update, a large house called the Falador Mansion replaced the Party Room.
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* Before the [[King's Ransom]] update, a large house called the Falador mansion replaced the party room.
*In the past some [[Dungeoneering]] items have been dropped at the party room after being smuggled out of the Dungeons.
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* In the past, some [[Dungeoneering]] items have been dropped at the party room after being smuggled out of the dungeons.
*It is possible to get balloons that contain absolutely nothing.
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* If you scroll over any worn item that is in the chest while wearing damage boosting armour it will say Damage: 0.
*It is also possible that the room will randomly generate items that weren't in the chest before.
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* It is also possible that the room will randomly generate items that weren't in the chest before.
*Mod Hohbein implied in the Wilderness FAQ that Party Rooms may eventually be available in POH's.
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* Mod Hohbein implied in the [[Wilderness]] FAQ that party rooms may eventually be available in POH's.
*From [[17 March]] [[2009]] to [[1 February]] [[2011]] the party room would only functions in special worlds (102, 103, 131 and 152) with "Party Room" as their official activity. Jagex has justified this change as a way of further combating [[Real world trading]].
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* From [[17 March]] [[2009]] to [[1 February]] [[2011]] the party room would only function in special worlds (102, 103, 131 and 152) with "Party Room" as their official activity. This change was justified as a way of further combating [[real world trading]].
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* Players used to be able to put [[pink hat]]s into the party room chest, but are no longer able to do so after an update, which was due to the quite popular idea of saying that one was holding a phat drop party, but then dropped pink hats and not partyhats.
File:Standingonatable-1.jpg|A player standing on a party room table
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* During the [[festive cracker]] events, attempting to place anything in the chest would give the message: "You cannot withdraw or deposit items in the chest whilst a Festive Cracker drop is active."
File:Partyroomglitch.png|A glitch where no balloons appear when the countdown is over
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* When the [[King's Ransom]] [[quest]] was released, the party room was moved from [[Seers' Village]] to Falador, making it available to [[free play|non-members]].
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{{Bars}}
 
 
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This article is about the party room in Falador. For one in a clan citadel, see Party Room (Clan Citadels).
Worlds Icon The official worlds for Falador Party Room are worlds 136 (F2P), 9 (P2P).
Falador Party Room location
Party Pete&#039;s Emporium exterior

Outside the Falador Party Room.

The party room is a building in north-east Falador. This room is used to host drop parties where items, regardless of value, can be indirectly given to other players. These items drop randomly from party balloons, which players have to pop, in order for the items to appear on the ground.

FeaturesEdit

Party PeteEdit

Main article: Party Pete

The owner of the party room, Party Pete is a fun-loving non-player character, and one of the few characters in RuneScape who wears a partyhat. Although he wears a partyhat, it is generally thought that this is because of his name and role, not his wealth. He will use the dance emote, and count down until the release of the party balloons. He will also remove 'cheap' items from the Party Chest. He also sells Afros. Colours: Burgundy, Red, Vermilion, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Peach, Brown, Dark Brown, Light Brown, Mint Green, Green, Dark Green, Dark Blue, Turquoise, Light Blue, Purple, Violet, Indigo, Dark Grey, Military Grey, White, Light Grey, Taupe, and Black. When they were removed as drops, he also began to sell 10th anniversary candles (15 coins) and 10th anniversary cakes (150 coins). These regenerate at a ridiculously fast rate. Talking to Party Pete is one of the easy Falador achievements.

Dancing KnightsEdit

Main article: Dancing Knights
Dancing knights

Dancing knights of the Party Room.

Pulling the lever near the Party Chest will give a player the option of summoning the 6 dancing knights for 500 coins. The knights will dance on the tabletop, singing a song in parody of a similar scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Examine: You'd need a tin opener to get him out.

Talk-to knight: "He's too busy dancing to talk!"

Party ChestEdit

PARTYyay

Dropped balloons.

Party chest drop deposit box

Items waiting to be dropped.

Players can donate items to the party chest, but cannot withdraw them again. Items that cannot be dropped or traded may not be put into the chest. Pulling the lever next to the chest for 1000 coins will cause balloons to float down around the hall. Popping these balloons may yield an item from the chest. If stacked or noted items are put into the chest, they do not necessarily have to appear in the same balloon. As an example, twenty noted lobsters put into the chest can appear in four different balloons, with random amounts in each whose sum is twenty. This feature, and the bar upstairs, makes the party hall a popular place for drop parties.

BarEdit

Party room4

Upstairs in the Bar.

The bar upstairs serves regular beer. Players can also dance with the barmaids Megan and Lucy.

Postie PeteEdit

Postie Pete frequently visits the party hall. He does not trade any items, mostly just tells jokes. Players can converse with him one at a time.

Criticisms Edit

  • People criticize the fact anything can be put in the party chest, therefore many people put more useless items in than valuable items. There are also "party crashing" clans that gather useless items to fill treasure chests.
  • People also criticize how people always close the chest when other players try to see what is being dropped in the chest.
  • Another criticism is that players may set free lots of toys (toy dolls, toy soldiers, etc.) so that players might accidentally click one instead of a balloon.

"Around the world" drop partiesEdit

On 4 January 2011, it was made possible for Jagex Moderators to drop a 10th anniversary chest anywhere on RuneScape, making it possible to have a balloon drop party wherever you wanted. Players can drop anything they want, and a moderator will drop the 10th anniversary cakes and candles. This was to celebrate RuneScape's 10th Anniversary.

Party announcementsEdit

Party room bank advertise

Bankers counting down to the next big drop.

From 17 March 2009 to 1 February 2011 certain NPCs would announce that a party was about to take place. This was to stop players from making covert trades (especially real trades) by attracting lots of people into the room to take the items. The party advertisement varied depending on the value of the items in the chest:

  • 0-50,000 No advertisement. Ten second delay between pulling the lever and the balloons dropping.
  • 50,000-150,000 Falador bankers and party room barmaids advertise. One hundred tick delay (one minute) .
  • 150,000-1,000,000 Falador men, women, bankers and party room barmaids advertise. Five hundred tick delay (five minutes).
  • 1,000,000 or more Falador men, women, and party room barmaids advertise. Also, nearly every banker in RuneScape will advertise and offer free teleports to the party room. One thousand tick delay (ten minutes).

The NPCs in Falador, such as the bank staff and the guards, react with excitement when a party is in progress. One of the phrases said refers to "high value items", but it is hard to tell if that is true.

The NPC chat only appears on the main screen, not in the chat box.

TriviaEdit

Seer&#039;s partyroom

The old party room in Seers' village

  • When looked at from the higher level, the minimap makes the guards and any players on the wall appear to float.
  • During the RS2 beta, there was originally a glitch which allowed players to duplicate any item by depositing a greater amount than they had into the chest and then withdrawing it. In this way, many players made millions by duplicating items such as rune platebodies and dragon medium helmets.
  • Players were able to close the door in the party room until sometime in April 2008. This was changed because of door spamming.
  • One previous criticism was that players would bring familiars or pets into the party room, causing others to accidentally click them instead of the balloons. This has been changed, however, and the party room is now "a Summoning-free area". Players who try to enter with a follower will be turned away from the door, and pets can no longer be dropped in the building.
  • The party room was built in response to the large popularity of "drop parties". Many players were complaining about how people would cheat by just telegrabbing the item and making it impossible for other players to get anything. When built, it was just an empty building in which the telekinetic grab was disabled. When the game was updated to RS2, the building became quite a bit more structured, adding the chest, lever, and bar. The telegrab still will not work inside the party room, however.
  • Many people criticised that the fact that they can receive random events while in the party room. If the player receive a random event in a crowded room, they may get teleported away and receive something less valuable if anything. This is no longer possible, as Random Events have been removed from the game.
  • After-parties commonly follow a drop party, which consist of items players obtained from the first drop party that they re-deposited.
  • Some players who quit RuneScape would buy millions of needles from the Grand Exchange at one coin each and then put them in the party room. This caused many players to come to the party room in hopes of getting an item worth a large amount of coins, because the bankers and other non-player characters will say how much coins' worth of items is being dropped in the party room, but will not distinguish between an item such as a Dragon chainbody and 150443 needles.
  • When activated the dancing knights will use the dance emote.
  • If a large amount of an item which is regarded as hard to sell is put in the chest, the items may still be in drops several days later, with players constantly re-adding them.
  • If you attempt to light a fire in the party room, it will say "Lighting a fire in the party room would be a safety hazard!"
  • Before the King's Ransom update, a large house called the Falador mansion replaced the party room.
  • In the past, some Dungeoneering items have been dropped at the party room after being smuggled out of the dungeons.
  • If you scroll over any worn item that is in the chest while wearing damage boosting armour it will say Damage: 0.
  • It is also possible that the room will randomly generate items that weren't in the chest before.
  • Mod Hohbein implied in the Wilderness FAQ that party rooms may eventually be available in POH's.
  • From 17 March 2009 to 1 February 2011 the party room would only function in special worlds (102, 103, 131 and 152) with "Party Room" as their official activity. This change was justified as a way of further combating real world trading.
  • Players used to be able to put pink hats into the party room chest, but are no longer able to do so after an update, which was due to the quite popular idea of saying that one was holding a phat drop party, but then dropped pink hats and not partyhats.
  • During the festive cracker events, attempting to place anything in the chest would give the message: "You cannot withdraw or deposit items in the chest whilst a Festive Cracker drop is active."
  • When the King's Ransom quest was released, the party room was moved from Seers' Village to Falador, making it available to non-members.
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