Members and Free-to-play begin their RuneScape journey

The map to the right shows the key locations in Burthorpe and the table below shows what each map icon means. You can find out more about the map icons in World Map. Taverley’s points of interest are shown further down the page.There aren’t item ‘drops’ exactly. Instead, NPCs are apparently going to visit RuneScape during the holidays and hand out a special item.

These characters stay in RuneScape for a week or two and will freely hand out holiday items to any player that wants one.Holiday drops were stopped after the “Halloween 2003 Debacle.”A great deal of people complained about not getting a Halloween Scythe, and Jagex decided not to have another item drop after that.In order to get a Holiday item, you need to trade from another player. All tradeable holiday items are quite expensive.

Scythes and Bunny Ears are not tradeable, and only people who managed to find one on that specific Holiday have one.In past holidays, special holiday items would be dropped all over RuneScape in random places and different times during the day.

Usually there would be several drops, and people would be running around trying to pick one up.I have taken and improved. There are many different ideas on Runescape, some are useful but everyone knows, then there are some less known that are not very useful. I love to listen to people and their ideas. You never know when someone is going to stumble upon something brilliant.