Many objects in the game have brackets in their names to indicate a special feature or function, such as Dragon dagger (p) for a poisoned dragon dagger. Some of the letters used in these brackets meant different things on different items. This got a bit confusing in a few cases:
(s) - either "Saradomin" or "poisoned with super-strong weapon poison" (p) - either "poisoned" or "permanent" (u) - either "unstrung" or "unlocked" (g) - either "Guthix" or "gold-trimmed" or "contains a gold coin"
We've renamed a few items so that the letters can be consistent. Please note that the items themselves haven't changed at all. We've just tweaked their names.
|Object||Old notation||New notation|
|Weapon with extra-strong poison||(+)||(p+)|
|Weapon with super-strong poison||(s)||(p++)|
|Ring of Charos||(u) = unlocked||(a) = activated|
|Permanent serum from Shades of Mort'ton||Serum 207 (p)||Serum 208|
|Blackjack||(a) = assault||(o) = offensive|
|Special beer from Recipe for Disaster||Asgarnian Ale (g)||Asgoldian Ale|
|Prayer book pages||Torn page (s)
Torn page (z)
Torn page (g)
Please note - Some of these changes have already been in the game for a while.