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The '''Buried treasure chest''' is an activity located in the east side of [[Falador Park]], near [[Darla]]. It appeared after the Falador graphical rework, as part of the [[Invasion of Falador]] event.
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{{Otheruses|def=no|the sword received as a reward from this activity|Lost sword of King Raddallin}}
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[[File:The Lost Sword (Day 1).png|right|200px]]
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'''The Lost Sword''' was an activity located on the east side of [[Falador Park]], near [[Darla]]. It appeared as a chest after the Falador graphical rework, as part of the [[Invasion of Falador]] event.
   
Players can work on opening the chest every day between [[22 October|22]] and [[26 October]] [[2015]]. Each day will require a different skill, determined by returning to the chest. Free players will not be given a members' skill as a requirement.
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The activity revolved around obtaining the [[Lost sword of King Raddallin]]. Players could help with this between [[22 October|22]] and [[26 October]] [[2015]]. Each day required two different skills. [[Free-to-play]] players could not use the members skill, but only the free to play skill.
   
Every day that the activity is active, players will recieve 100 [[basic tools]] on login. Additional tool packs can be purchased for [[loyalty points]]. Players can also earn [[golden tools]] from [[Treasure Hunter]], which give 25 times the experience and contribution if the player's skill level is over 50, or 10 times if below 50. Each set of tools, basic or golden, can be used 5 times before it breaks.
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Players could speak to Darla nearby to check the progress of the activity, claim any rewards and buy additional tools. After the event, players can give the [[Letter from King Raddallin]] obtained from the chest to her. There was also a right-click option on tools to check the activity's progress, as well as being able to teleport directly to the park.
   
== Skills ==
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Every day that the activity was active, players received 100 [[Basic tools (Invasion of Falador)|basic tools]] on login. Tools from previous days if not yet obtained would also be given. Additional tool packs could be purchased for [[loyalty points]] by speaking to Darla. Players could also earn [[Golden tools (Invasion of Falador)|golden tools]] from [[Treasure Hunter]], which gave 25 times the experience and contribution if the player's skill level was over 50, or 10 times if below 50. Each set of tools, basic or golden, could be used 5 times before it broke.
The two skills available each day were as follows.
 
   
=== Day One ===
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==Participating==
*Mining
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[[File:The Lost Sword interface.png|thumb|299x299px|The interface for the activity]]
*Farming
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In order to participate in obtaining the sword, players could interact with the skill patch and perform the skills required.
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* [[22 October]] - [[Mining]] and [[Farming]]
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* [[23 October]] - [[Woodcutting]] and [[Herblore]]
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* [[24 October]] - [[Prayer]] and [[Construction]]
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* [[25 October]] - [[Runecrafting]] and [[Divination]]
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* [[26 October]] - [[Strength]] and [[Thieving]]
   
== Rewards ==
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==Appearance==
Working on the chest each day will allow a player to receive [[experience]] in the required skill, and will increase the player's personal and community contribution towards opening the chest. This contribution will allow players to receive additional rewards.
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Depending on what skill is needed for each day, the skill patch changed in appearance.
   
=== Community Rewards ===
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<gallery spacing="small" columns="dynamic" widths="144">
This reward is given to all players that help contribute towards unearthing the chest when it is earned.
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The Lost Sword (Day 1).png|Day 1. It has the appearance of a buried chest.
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The Lost Sword (Day 2).png|Day 2. It has the appearance of a tree with a chest on top.
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The Lost Sword (Day 3).png|Day 3. It is once again buried, though more exposed.
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The Lost Sword (Day 4).png|Day 4. It's now fully above ground with moving symbols.
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The Lost Sword (Day 5).png|Day 5. It's now out of the ground, although locked.
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The Lost Sword (Final).png|Final version of the chest, now able to be opened.
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The Lost Sword (Opened).png|Opened chest.
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</gallery>
   
* {{plink|Lost sword of King Raddallin}}
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The examine text also changed:
** There are also cosmetic overrides based on the sword that can be rewarded.
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* '''Day 1''' - ''It looks like the top of a chest has been uncovered in the ground. Work together to get it out!''
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* '''Day 2''' - ''A tree has burst from the ground and the chest is on top! Work together to knock it down!''
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* '''Day 3''' - ''After the tree fell, the chest has become embedded in the ground once more. Work together to build a podium and set it right!''
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* '''Day 4''' - ''Your disturbances have triggered some magical defences. Work together to disarm them!''
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* '''Day 5''' - ''The treasure chest is ready to open, but you don't have a key. Work together to break it open!''
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* '''Subsequent days:''' - The treasure chest is ready to open. Are you ready to find out what secrets lay inside?
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* '''Opened:''' - The treasure chest is now empty.
   
=== Personal Rewards ===
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==Rewards==
These rewards are earned for individual players, given for contributing towards the chest over the course of the activity.
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Working on the activity each day allowed players to receive [[experience]] in the required skill, scaling to level, and increased the player's personal and community contribution towards the activity. At every increment of 10% progress, a new reward became available to unlock, however both personal and community contribution needed to be above this value for players to obtain the reward. Once players had 100% personal contribution, they would automatically obtain a [[Large mystery box (Invasion of Falador)|Large mystery box]] regardless of the current community contribution. The other rewards could be claimed by using the "rewards" interaction on Darla.
   
* {{plink|Commendation}}s
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It was not necessary to buy more tools using loyalty points in order to reach full personal contribution. If a player spent every day of the activity using their daily tools, they would have reached 100%. For every 100 tools, 20% personal contribution was gained. The sword itself could only be obtained upon the end of the event.
* {{plink|Small mystery box}}
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* {{plink|Medium mystery box}}
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* '''10%''' - {{plink|Lost sword of King Raddallin}} (requires level 65 [[Attack]])
* {{plink|Large mystery box}}
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* '''20%''' - {{plink|Small mystery box (Invasion of Falador)}}
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* '''30%''' - {{plink|Lost sword of King Raddallin}} is upgraded to level 70
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* '''40%''' - {{plink|Small mystery box (Invasion of Falador)}}
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* '''50%''' - {{plink|Lost sword of King Raddallin}} unlocked as 2h and 1h cosmetic overrides
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* '''60%''' - {{plink|Medium mystery box (Invasion of Falador)}}
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* '''70%''' - {{plink|Lost sword of King Raddallin}} gains a unique stance when equipped
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* '''80%''' - {{plink|Medium mystery box (Invasion of Falador)}}
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* '''90%''' - {{plink|Lost sword of King Raddallin}} upgrades to level 75
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* '''100%''' - {{plink|Large mystery box (Invasion of Falador)}}
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* '''Upon opening the chest''' - [[Letter from King Raddallin]]
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* '''Upon giving the Letter to Darla''' - {{plink|Large prismatic lamp}}
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5 {{plink|Commendation}}s could be earned per tool consumed (each tool breaking after 5 uses), as was shown in chat by a message: {{RSFont|You find 5 commendations trying to recover the treasure chest.}} If a player had already reached the commendation cap for the day, these wouldn't have been received.
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==Trivia==
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* Unlike various other events and activities, [[Ironman]] accounts could participate in this activity, however they could not receive most of the rewards. They could only receive the cosmetic overrides and [[Commendations]], not the various mystery boxes or the [[Lost sword of King Raddallin]] item.
   
== Trivia ==
 
* Unlike various other events and activities, [[Ironman]] accounts can participate in this activity, however they cannot receive some of the rewards. They will still receive cosmetic overrides.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 01:47, March 17, 2017

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The Lost Sword was removed after an update.
The contents of this page no longer exist in RuneScape, and this article is kept for historical purposes.
For the sword received as a reward from this activity, see Lost sword of King Raddallin.
The Lost Sword (Day 1)

The Lost Sword was an activity located on the east side of Falador Park, near Darla. It appeared as a chest after the Falador graphical rework, as part of the Invasion of Falador event.

The activity revolved around obtaining the Lost sword of King Raddallin. Players could help with this between 22 and 26 October 2015. Each day required two different skills. Free-to-play players could not use the members skill, but only the free to play skill.

Players could speak to Darla nearby to check the progress of the activity, claim any rewards and buy additional tools. After the event, players can give the Letter from King Raddallin obtained from the chest to her. There was also a right-click option on tools to check the activity's progress, as well as being able to teleport directly to the park.

Every day that the activity was active, players received 100 basic tools on login. Tools from previous days if not yet obtained would also be given. Additional tool packs could be purchased for loyalty points by speaking to Darla. Players could also earn golden tools from Treasure Hunter, which gave 25 times the experience and contribution if the player's skill level was over 50, or 10 times if below 50. Each set of tools, basic or golden, could be used 5 times before it broke.

ParticipatingEdit

The Lost Sword interface

The interface for the activity

In order to participate in obtaining the sword, players could interact with the skill patch and perform the skills required.

AppearanceEdit

Depending on what skill is needed for each day, the skill patch changed in appearance.

The examine text also changed:

  • Day 1 - It looks like the top of a chest has been uncovered in the ground. Work together to get it out!
  • Day 2 - A tree has burst from the ground and the chest is on top! Work together to knock it down!
  • Day 3 - After the tree fell, the chest has become embedded in the ground once more. Work together to build a podium and set it right!
  • Day 4 - Your disturbances have triggered some magical defences. Work together to disarm them!
  • Day 5 - The treasure chest is ready to open, but you don't have a key. Work together to break it open!
  • Subsequent days: - The treasure chest is ready to open. Are you ready to find out what secrets lay inside?
  • Opened: - The treasure chest is now empty.

RewardsEdit

Working on the activity each day allowed players to receive experience in the required skill, scaling to level, and increased the player's personal and community contribution towards the activity. At every increment of 10% progress, a new reward became available to unlock, however both personal and community contribution needed to be above this value for players to obtain the reward. Once players had 100% personal contribution, they would automatically obtain a Large mystery box regardless of the current community contribution. The other rewards could be claimed by using the "rewards" interaction on Darla.

It was not necessary to buy more tools using loyalty points in order to reach full personal contribution. If a player spent every day of the activity using their daily tools, they would have reached 100%. For every 100 tools, 20% personal contribution was gained. The sword itself could only be obtained upon the end of the event.

5 Commendation Commendations could be earned per tool consumed (each tool breaking after 5 uses), as was shown in chat by a message: You find 5 commendations trying to recover the treasure chest. If a player had already reached the commendation cap for the day, these wouldn't have been received.

TriviaEdit

  • Unlike various other events and activities, Ironman accounts could participate in this activity, however they could not receive most of the rewards. They could only receive the cosmetic overrides and Commendations, not the various mystery boxes or the Lost sword of King Raddallin item.
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