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A Clue scroll is a random reward from killing monsters, playing minigames or being caught while fishing. Clue scrolls are the starting point of Treasure Trails - rewarding treasure hunts around RuneScape.
There are four different levels of Clue scrolls, and higher level ones have a wider variety of rewards; after the update of 18 June 2015 it is now possible to have one Clue scroll of each tier at a time, while previously you could not get any clue scroll at all until you completed or dropped the previous one.
Players can check how many steps have been completed in order to track progress on a Treasure Trail.
It should be noted, that if a player dies in the Wilderness with a clue scroll, they WILL LOSE it, unless it is an item kept on death, or if that player has a clue box. Players will find that the clue scroll will be gone upon returning to their loot otherwise. HOWEVER When dying in the wilderness with a clue box, provided the player returns quick enough, will be able to loot their dropped clue scroll.
Easy clue scroll (level 1)Edit
Easy clue scrolls are usually easy, short and without risk. These clues can be obtained as a drop from lower level monsters, pickpocketing H.A.M. members, or from Managing Miscellania. Possible rewards from easy clue scroll are the trimmed variants of bronze, iron, and black armour.
A level 2 Man or a level 2 Goblin are the lowest level NPCs to drop them, however without combat they can be stolen from a H.A.M. Member. High Agility and Thieving make this far simpler, but it can be done at Level 15 Thieving and Level 1 Agility. Rate is 1/50
Medium clue scroll (level 2)Edit
Medium clue scrolls are slightly more complex, featuring coordinate clues (No longer requires a Sextant, Watch and Chart to complete). Killing Pyrefiends is one of the fastest way to obtain a level 2 clue. Level 21 Guards are good alternatives for lower level players wanting to acquire medium clue scrolls as they are weak and can be found in many locations.
Hard clue scroll (level 3)Edit
Hard clue scrolls are usually longer and harder. Coordinate clues will always summon a Zamorak wizard (inside the wilderness) or a Saradomin wizard (outside the wilderness) excluding one in the duel arena. Both wizards use magic, while the Saradomin wizard can use poisonous melee. Level 3 clue scrolls are usually rewarding, since they include rune items, and the more expensive Treasure Trail rewards (such as Third age armour).
Elite clue scroll (level 4)Edit
Elite clue scrolls requires numerous skills and quests, and are the hardest and most exhausting clues. There is a possibility to encounter Bandosian Guard or Armadylian Guard during coordinate clues.
Master clue scroll (level 5)Edit
- Master clue scrolls were revealed in a livestream. They showed a picture of all the max requirements. there is still not much known about them.
List of clue scroll dropping monstersEdit
- It is possible, though very uncommon, for the player to receive the same clue multiple times in a row, regardless of occurrence.
- Players can wear a ring of wealth (i) to double the drop rate of Clue scrolls from monsters in the Wilderness. However, if the player dies, the ring of wealth loses the imbue and the player will have to re-imbue it.
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