Holiday and Rare Items Guide

Introduction

Tradeable items are rare and considered valuable when there is a finite supply of the item. Consequently this will drive prices up. Such tradeable items were either dropped only once (Holiday Rares) or discontinued (Non-Holiday Rares). In both cases the supply is limited and there is a continuing sales market in the game. Non-tradeable Holiday Items cannot be sold, so their value is only to show off how long you have been playing. They are intended to be fun items only.

If items do not appear in this guide, they are not considered rare, as their quantities are not limited. Treasure Trail Items, Minigame rewards, etc. have an infinite supply.

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Rare Holiday Items

Years: 2001, 2002

Holiday items were dropped on certain holidays throughout the year and could be found in random places all over the RuneScape world. Since these items were only dropped on that holiday, the tradeable ones became rare and are now very valuable and expensive.

In 2001, these items were a total surprise. People had to wander around the world trying to get them. Party Hats have now grown to be 'the' symbol of wealth in the game. No one ever imagined these items would become as valuable as they are today.

YEAR 2001
Pumpkin Halloween 2001 - Pumpkin Options
Examine: Happy Halloween.
  • Eat
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
Pumpkins were dropped on Halloween 2001. These were the first holiday drop in RuneScape and they heal 140 LP and are 1 bite. Some people ate them because they healed a fair amount of LP.
Christmas Cracker Christmas 2001 - Christmas Cracker Options
Examine: I need to pull this.
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
These were dropped on Christmas 2001 and have inside them a random coloured Party hat and another random item from the game (except quest items). To get the content out you had to use it on another player. One player got the Party hat, the other player got the item. A lot of people opened them for the impressive party hats inside.
Holidayguide Party Hats Christmas 2001 - Party Hat Options
Examine: A nice hat from a cracker.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
These were inside Christmas crackers (explained above). You can wear them on your head.

In 2002, holiday drops were expected and many people awaited them with eager anticipation. Just like the previous year, there was a nice variety of drops.

YEAR 2002
Easter Egg Easter 2002 - Easter Egg Options
Examine: Happy Easter
  • Eat
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
These were dropped on Easter 2002. They heal 120 LP and are 1 bite. Some people ate them because they healed a fair amount of LP.
Holidayguide Halloween Masks Halloween 2002 - Halloween Masks Options
Examine: Aaaarrrghhh ... I'm a monster!
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
These were dropped on Halloween 2002 and came in 3 different colours. You can wear them on your head.
Santa Hat Christmas 2002 - Santa Hat Options
Examine: It's a Santa hat.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
These were dropped on Christmas 2002. You can wear it on your head.
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Untradeable Holiday Items

Years: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

In 2003, new holiday drop items were created to be untradeable. This was because Jagex did not like to see players hoarding old drops and selling them for huge profits. Jagex said that all future holiday drops would not be tradeable, because these items were not meant to be worth millions of gp - they were meant to be for fun. Many people were upset because they could not trade the newest 2003 drop items to friends who weren't online for that particular holiday. The situation became so bad that there was no Christmas drop.

YEAR 2003
Bunny Ears Easter 2003 - Bunny Ears Options
Examine: A rabbit-like adornment.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
These were dropped on Easter 2003. They were the first non-tradeable holiday drop. Players couldn't get another pair. A message said "You don't need another pair of bunny ears, you only have 1 head." Originally, if players dropped them or died with them, they would reappear in inventory. Now, players have to go to Thessalia's clothing shop in Varrock to get them back.
Halloween Scythe Halloween 2003 - Scythe Options
Examine: It's a Scythe.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
These were dropped on Halloween 2003. Scythes were also non-tradeable. Players couldn't get another one if they tried - a message said, "You already have a scythe you don't need another one". If dropped or lost, players can talk to Thessalia in Varrock. When equipped it adds 10 to weapon strength and 10 to attack.
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After missing over 12 months of holiday items, Jagex brought them back. During December 2004, Jagex introduced a new system whereby an NPC related to the holiday would give you the item if you talked with him. This NPC would be available for a certain time period around the holiday so that many players could join in the holiday spirit.

YEAR 2004
Yo-Yo Christmas 2004 - Yo-yo Options
Examine: A gift from Santa.
  • Play
  • Loop
  • Walk
  • Use
  • Crazy
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
For two weeks, Santa appeared in Varrock, Falador, Ardougne, Catherby and Yanille. Players who spoke to Santa got a Yo-yo, which can be right-clicked to do yo-yo tricks. The Yo-yo is not tradeable.
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In 2005 Jagex carried on their holiday NPC approach but with a twist. You had to complete a task for the reward.

YEAR 2005
Rubber Chicken Easter 2005 - Rubber Chicken Options
Examine: Perhaps not the most powerful weapon in RuneScape.
  • Wield
  • Dance
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Easter Bunny appeared in the weeks around Easter 2005. The Bunny gave players baskets to hand out Easter eggs. (These eggs "melted" when the Easter Bunny left RuneScape.) After giving out the eggs, the player's reward was a Rubber chicken. When wielded it can whack people. Players can dance like a chicken by choosing the "dance" option (or "operate" when wielding it).

It is considered a fun weapon for Fun Duels at the members Duel Arena (Attack: Stab and Slash -100, Crush -50; Strength -10). The Rubber chicken is not tradeable.
Zombie Head Halloween 2005 - Zombie Head Options
Examine: Alas...I hardly knew him.
  • Talk-At
  • Display
  • Question
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The zombie head was released for Halloween 2005. Players got it by finding zombies in Lumbridge Swamp that had an "insult" option. When insulted, the zombie dropped its' head! The Zombie head would then fly away and the player had to catch it.

For Halloween 2005 there were also kids "trick or treating" in Lumbridge, but they (and their sweets) disappeared after the holiday event ended. The Zombie Head is not tradeable. A lost Zombie head can be retrieved by digging in Lumbridge Swamp. A replacement is only available to a player who originally got one during this event.
Holidayguide Hats Scarves Christmas 2005 - Scarves and Hats Options
Examine: A woolly bobble hat.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Scarves and Hats were task rewards for Christmas 2005. Players got scarves by painting ornaments (which disappeared at the end of the holiday period.) The more ornaments painted, the greater variety of scarves obtained (there were four different-coloured sets in all).

Players got hats by assembling marionettes (which disappeared at the end of the holiday, unlike the reward below). Again, the more marionettes made, the greater variety of hats obtained (different styles, but matching the scarves). Scarves and hats are not tradeable.
Holidayguide Marionettes Christmas 2005 - Marionettes Options
Examine: I've got no strings ... oh hang on!
  • Jump
  • Walk
  • Bow
  • Use
  • Dance
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Marionettes were also a task reward for Christmas 2005. They were obtained by painting ornaments and decorating the Christmas tree in Varrock square (the tree-lighting included a nice cutscene). Marionettes can be red, green, or blue, and are not tradeable.

If a player loses it or just wants to change colours, it can be replaced by using the "Destroy" option and getting another from the crate in the northwest house in Draynor Village.
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In 2006 Jagex continued the holiday NPC task-reward scheme.

YEAR 2006
Easter Ring Easter 2006 - Easter Ring Options
Examine: A ring given to you by the Easter Bunny.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Jagex released another holiday event for Easter 2006. Players turned into bunnies and fell into a rabbit hole. The Easter Bunny, asked players to hand out eggs to the children. (These eggs "melted" when the Easter Bunny left RuneScape.) After giving out the eggs, the Easter Bunny gave players an Easter ring.

When worn, the ring turns the player into a blue inert egg. As an egg, no menus are on the right - only an "Unmorph" button. Moving or clicking "Unmorph" turns the player human again. The ring will *not* protect players from combat, but prevents trading and dueling. Easter rings are not tradeable.
Holidayguide Skeleton Costume Halloween 2006 - Skeleton Clothing Options
Set consists of: mask, shirt, leggings, gloves, boots
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Skeleton clothing was the reward for helping Diango in the Hallowe'en 2006 event. The clothing was obtained by using the Ghost Buster 500 to dismiss ghosts from possessed toys throughout Diango's workshop. Afterdismissing three of a colour of Ghost (called geist during the actual event), players could go to Diango to get one piece of the clothing. Skeleton clothing is not tradeable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
Jack Lantern Mask Halloween 2006 - Jack Lantern Mask Options
Examine: Better not light it!
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Jack Lantern mask was also a reward from the Hallowe'en 2006 event. Players received Jack lantern masks in return for cutting ten roots from the evil tree in the centre of Diango's workshop. The Jack lantern mask is not tradeable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
Reindeer Hat Christmas 2006 - Reindeer hat Options
Examine: A reindeer hat and a matching flashing nose.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Reindeer hat and matching flashing nose was a reward from the Christmas 2006 event. Selecting the operate action while wearing it causes you to prance around with stars glittering over your head, and for you to generally "behave like a reindeer". To receive the hat, players had to talk to Shanty Claws at Musa Point on the island of Karamja. He asked them to rescue the children kidnapped by the Gublinchs.

Players had to pelt Gublinchs with snowballs, then collect the Gublinch shards and put them in the cages near Shanty Claws. The Reindeer hat is not tradable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
Wintumber Tree Christmas 2006 - Wintumber Tree Options
Examine: A wintumber tree for your player-owned house.
  • Plant
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
For the first time, during the Christmas 2006 event, Jagex offered an extra reward reward just for members - a wintumber tree. This was only offered if the player spoke to Shanty Claws on a members' server before the event was over.

The wintumber tree can be planted outside a player owned house, either in the garden or the unutilised land surrounding it. The tree can not be planted in a garden hot spot, even if no other plant is there. The wintumber tree is not tradable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
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YEAR 2007
Holidayguide Chicken Costume Easter 2007 - Chicken Clothing Options
Set consists of: head, wings, legs, feet
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Chicken Clothing was the reward for once again helping the Easter Bunny in 2007's Easter event. This involved doing errands for the Easter Bunny: catching chocolate kebbits, making enchanted chocolate dust, picking up eggs and bowling them to crushed kebbits into chocolate chunks. For these activities, the Easter Bunny gave out a reward of chicken legs and chicken boots.

The final errand required players to eat a magic egg and become a bunny rabbit (also unlocking the Hop emote). Squeezing into a hole to a field of burrows, players found a rabbit mould. For this, the Easter Bunny gave the final reward - the chicken wings and chicken head. When all four pieces of the chicken clothing are worn, the Flap emote is enhanced, lifting you off the ground briefly. Chicken clothing is not tradeable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
Grim Reaper Hood Halloween 2007 - Grim Reaper Hood Options
Examine: Allows me to imitate the harbringer of doom, the stealer of souls, the eternal end...
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Grim Reaper Hood was the reward for helping the Grim Reaper during the 2007 Halloween event. The Grim Reaper needed his house tidied up. The errands included retrieving the skull of the Grim Reaper's former servant from the garden, tidying the house, and testing a training arena. After completing the tasks and speaking with the Grim Reaper, players received the zombie hand emote and the Grim Reaper's own hood. The hood is not tradeable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
Snow Globe Christmas 2007 - Snow Globe Options
Examine: A tiny model of Lumbridge Castle inside a glass dome.
  • Shake
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Building a snowman unlocked the Snowman Dance emote. Players then visited the Land of Snow and built another snowman, armed with either a sword, bow, or staff. The Queen of Snow then gave the Snow Globe reward.

When activated, the Snow Globe opens to reveal a small-sized Lumbridge. Upon closing, the Snow Globe fills your inventory with snowballs, which may be thrown at other players. The Snow Globe is non-tradeable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
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YEAR 2008
Chocatrice Cape Easter 2008 - Chocatrice Cape Options
Examine: A thick, orange cape.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Chocatrice Cape was a reward for the Easter 2008 event.

Players were required to retrieve three eggs hidden around Falador, Draynor, and Rimmington. Inside the rabbit hole, players solves a simple puzzle and activated a machine to coat the eggs in chocolate.

When the Chocatrice Cape is activated, players are engulfed in a huge egg, and then break the egg around them. It can also be worn, is non-tradeable, and can be destroyed by using the "Destroy" option.
Holidayguide Warlock Costume Halloween 2008 - Warlock and Witch's Clothing Options
Set consists of: warlock legs, top and cloak or witch skirt, top and cloak
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Warlock Clothing was the reward for helping Maggie the Witch obtain some trick or treat Halloween candy in 2008.

She couldn't gather it herself, as her skeletal oxen Babe was feeling ill. Players could don costumes, and go trick or treating from nearby residents of Rimmington, Port Sarim, and Draynor village. Gazing into Maggie's cauldron unlocked the Trick emote, which helped with this task.

After bringing back the requested number and type of candies, Maggie rewarded the player with one piece of clothing, until the player had all three pieces. These candies all healed 30 life points, but they vanished after the season was over!

The reward was witch's clothing for female characters, and warlock's clothing for males.
Cornucopia -empty- Thanksgiving 2008 - Cornucopia Options
Examine: An empty horn of plenty.
  • Heal
  • Food-count
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village or Killing Various Birds
For the American Thanksgiving in 2008, Jagex hosted the first Thanksgiving event ever. There were two ways to get a cornucopia and unlock the new emote.

Killing turkeys or spotting 10 disguised turkeys earned the cornucopia and unlocked the "Give Thanks" emote, which briefly transforms the player into a turkey.

The cornucopia holds up to 140 life points worth of food, and clicking it heals that amount. The cornucopia can be obtained after the event from killing various birds in RuneScape, as well as from Diango.
Holidayguide Santa Costume Christmas 2008 - Santa Costume Options
Set consists of: Male/Female top, Male/Female legs, boots and gloves
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
A Santa suit was the reward for finding young Jack Frost and returning him to his loving family. The head snow imp gave out an icy amulet and a new emote, Freeze. The icy amulet summoned a snow imp, who could tell that Jack was near if it got colder. Players visited patches of snow around the free to play world until they found him, then went into another dimension to dislodge Jack. In order to meet his parents, a jolly old gent had to be unfrozen. The Santa suit reward for this mission was different for female and male players, but the gloves, boots and amulet were the same.
Ice Amulet Christmas 2008 - Ice Amulet Options
Examine: A spiky amulet made of ice crystals. It has been enchanted so it will not melt.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
A Santa suit was the reward for finding young Jack Frost and returning him to his loving family. The head snow imp gave out an icy amulet and a new emote, Freeze. The icy amulet summoned a snow imp, who could tell that Jack was near if it got colder. Players visited patches of snow around the free to play world until they found him, then went into another dimension to dislodge Jack. In order to meet his parents, a jolly old gent had to be unfrozen. The Santa suit reward for this mission was different for female and male players, but the gloves, boots and amulet were the same.
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YEAR 2009
Easter Carrot Easter 2009 - Easter Carrot Options
Examine: Spreading carroty goodness since 2009.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Easter Carrot could be obtained after helping the Easter Bunny get the Egg Plant and his son back in order. The event involved going down a rabbit hole and attempting to fix all the broken down machines of the Egg Plant. The Easter Bunny's son was in no mood to help but slowly was more and more impressed as he saw the machines being put to work again. After completing the event, the Easter Bunny rewarded you with the Easter Carrot and the "Around the World in Eggty Days" emote. The Easter Carrot is considered a fun weapon and adds the right click option to whack another player with it.
Web Cloak Halloween 2009 - Web Cloak Options
Examine: A very fancy cloak made from black silk and gosshamer.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Web Cloak was given as a reward for solving a disagreement between the Spider Queen and the Grim Reaper. The Grim Reaper asked players to investigate an oversized spider who refused to get out of his bathtub. When players finished, she gave players a cloak that she wove, and allowed Eek to travel around RuneScape with them.
Eek Halloween 2009 - Eek Options
Examine: Eek, a spider!
  • Talk-to
  • Hold
  • Play-with
  • Use
  • Dismiss
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Spider Queen gave players a spider named Eek and players had to roam around the house coating various furniture pieces with cobwebs. When players finished, the Spider Queen allowed you to keep Eek.
Chocatrice Cape Christmas 2009 - Candy Cane Options
Examine: A must-have Christmas accessory.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Candy Cane was given as a gift from Santa in thanks for freeing him from Ebenezer Scourge, who had imprisoned him. Players could start this Christmas Carol inspired event by traveling through a magic cupboard, which took them to a Christmas feast in the Land of Snow. Upon arrival, the partygoers told the player that an evil wizard, Ebenezer Scourge, had kidnapped Santa. The player had to greatly frighten the Scourge to release Santa. In turn he promised to abandon his evil ways. Upon return to the feast, Santa gave the player a gift under the tree, a Candy Cane.
Holidayguide Ghost Costume Christmas 2009 - Christmas Ghost Robes Options
Set consists of: hood, top, bottoms
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Part of one of the Ice Imp's plans was to become a ghost to scare Ebenezer Scourge. At the end of this event you were allowed to keep the costume: a set of ghost robes.
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YEAR 2010
Squirrel Ears Easter 2010 - Squirrel Ears Options
Examine: A lovely set of squirrel ears.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Easter 2010 event was considered a sequel of sorts to the Easter 2009 event. In this year's event, you had to help the Easter Bunny's son in running the factory by fixing up the place from disarray. The player also had to run the factory for a short while, producing resources, hiring workers and producing goods. Finally, the player had to deliver the produced orders to various clients over RuneScape, learning a little about how the various races celebrate Easter.

The Squirrel Ears came in two forms. The first was the standard form and was worn in the head equipment slot. If you right-click the Squirrel Ears in the Equipment Tab, there is an option to perform the "Juggle" emote, in which you juggle a squirrel, much like Eek from the Halloween 2009 event.

During the event, players who performed outstandingly while running the factory for the Easter Bunny received an enhanced reward. While cosmetically, the Squirrel Ears look the same, right-clicking them in the Equipment Tab reveals the "Summon Minions" option in addition to the "Juggle" emote. By clicking "Summon Minions", you will be accompanied by two of your very own squirrels as pets. You are able to interact with them like any other pet and they do not need to be fed. They are currently the only permanent follower open to non-members. The Squirrels will both vanish when you dismiss them (by right-clicking) or when you unequip your Squirrel Ears. You may only summon the two squirrels once every 30 minutes.
Bone Brooch Halloween 2010 - Bone Brooch Options
Examine: A sinister brooch that screams occasionally.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
During October 2010, players had the opportunity to help Pumpkin Pete plan a Halloween party to cheer up the Grim Reaper after an unusually dismal series of Halloweens for the Grim Reaper, even by his standards. In addition, players who had obtained Eek the Spider from the previous Halloween event had the opportunity to take her along while helping Pumpkin Pete. Oftentimes during the event, Eek would comment on what was happening. For the player's efforts, a bone brooch was awarded. Worn in the necklace slot, the brooch is able to turn the player into a pile of bones, appearing similar to normal bones, except including a skull. This reward is similar to the Easter Ring in its ability to transform players into an object.
Heimland Games Souvenir Christmas 2010 - Heimland games souvenir Options
Examine: A gift from Thorvar Crittersmash.
  • Snowsplosion
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
After solving four puzzles in order to retrieve his lost items, Thorvar gives you the Heimland games souvenir for your work. Choosing the Snowsplosion option will temporarily turn you into a armoured snowman who flails his weapons around.
Salty Claws Hat Christmas 2010 - Salty claws hat Options
Examine: A crab in a hat.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
During the fourth puzzle of the 2010 Christmas event you are required to fish a Heim crab wearing a Santa hat out of a pool, after which you return to Thorvar in order to give him the hat. However, he does not want it anymore because the Heim crab is wearing it, so he lets you keep it.
YEAR 2011
Icicle Crown Easter 2011 - Icicle Crown Options
Examine: Awarded to you by the Queen of Snow in the Easter 2011 event.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Easter 2011 broke the mould of the previous Easter events in that it did not focus on Easter, but rather the seasonal equinox and the transition from Winter to Spring. During the event, players would participate in a friendly rivalry between the Queen of Sunrise and the Queen of Snow by cutting down Evil Holly and Hawthorn trees, and help the Queen of Sunrise locate the stolen Year from a surprising thief, allowing her to bring forth Springtime and end Winter. The Icicle Crown resembles the crown that the Queen of Snow wears, and was awarded by the Queen of Snow for killing an Evil Hawthorn Tree.

While worn, the Icicle Crown also has the "Contact" and "Check-charges" option. The Contact option lets you contact the Queen of Snow remotely, giving you information about Evil Trees in RuneScape. The Crown holds up to 30 charges and is only recharged by killing a Holly Tree in the Easter event area.
Sunbeam Crown Easter 2011 - Sunbeam Crown Options
Examine: Awarded to you by the Queen of Sunrise in the Easter 2011 event.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Sunbeam Crown was also awarded to players in the Easter 2011 event, this time by the Queen of Sunrise for killing an Evil Holly Tree. It resembles the crown that the Queen of Sunrise wears.

While worn, the Sunbeam Crown also has the "Contact" and "Check-charges" option. The Contact option lets you contact the Queen of Sunrise remotely, giving you information about Evil Trees in RuneScape. The Crown holds up to 30 charges, however and is only recharged by killing a Hawthorn Tree in the Easter event area.
Deathcon Lanyard Halloween 2011 - Deathcon lanyard Options
Examine: An all access pass for Deathcon II.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Deathcon lanyard was given players at the start of the Halloween 2011 event by Frank, a member of the Horsemen's Clan. The clan is led by Death, fellow founders being War, Pestilence, Famine and Frank. When worn, the lanyard grants access to the Horsemen's citadel where the event is being held.
Deathcon T-shirt Halloween 2011 - Deathcon t-shirt Options
Examine: Been there, done that, got this.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Deathcon t-shirt was awarded to players by Death in the Halloween 2011 event, after helping members of the Horsemen set up for Deathcon II. This included choosing and placing statues by the entrance portal, testing a fireworks display, and properly syncing the dance floor within the Horsemen's keep.
Hourglass Halloween 2011 - Hourglass Options
Examine: There's not much sand left in the top half...
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Hourglass was also awarded to players by Death in the Halloween 2011 event. It can be equipped in the shield slot. Along with this and the Deathcon t-shirt, players also received the "Living on Borrowed Time" emote.
Buskin Mask Halloween 2011 - Buskin mask Options
Examine: Sad face.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Flip
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Buskin mask was awarded to players by Fame after completing a scavenger hunt that was part of the Runefest 2011 celebrations during the Halloween 2011 event. It can be worn in the head slot. This mask can be flipped by right clicking on it to turn it into a Sock mask.
Sock Mask Halloween 2011 - Sock mask Options
Examine: Happy face.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Flip
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Sock mask was awarded to players by Fame after completing a scavenger hunt that was part of the Runefest 2011 celebrations during the Halloween 2011 event. It can be worn in the head slot. This mask can be flipped by right clicking on it to turn it into a Buskin mask.
Golden Scythe Halloween 2011 - Golden scythe Options
Examine: Awarded only to the very fastest of 'Festers (2011).
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Golden scythe was awarded to the first 25 players at RuneFest 2011 who completed the Deathcon II scavenger hunt event. The scythe is wielded in the weapon slot, however it has no stats and is purely cosmetic. It is one of the rarest items in the game.
Mackers Thanksgiving 2011 - Mackers Options
Examine: A Cake-loving turkey
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Mackers decides to hang around with you after you complete the Thankgiving quest for 2011. He will only eat cake, and you can dismiss him like a familiar, if you wish. You are also awarded an optional Thanksgiving crest for your herald cape.
Mackers Christmas 2011 - Christmas wand Options
Examine: Gives people a face-full of festive fun.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This pie flinging wand was a reward for completing the Christmas quest for 2011. Wield it to be able to right-click other players and throw pies at them with the "Cast at" option.
Mackers Christmas 2011 - Sparkles Options
Examine: Sparkles the Tinsel Snake.
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Members were able to catch Sparkles once they completed the Christmas quest for 2011. You can dismiss him like a familiar, if you wish.
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YEAR 2012
Carnival headdress Carnival 2012 - Carnival headdress Options
Examine: Woo, carnival!
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item was given to players by Diango in celebration of Carnival in 2012. It is purely decorative headgear.
Peahat April Fool's 2012 - Peahat Options
Examine: A green peahat.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item could be found on the floor of Varrock, Falador and Lumbridge on April Fool's Day 2012. For players who did not get one, it can be purchased from Diango in Draynor Village. It is purely decorative headgear.
Egg on face mask Easter 2012 - Egg on face mask Options
Examine: You've got egg on your face.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This mask could be obtained by giving the Evil Chicken three Evil drumsticks, which were obtained by breaking open Easter Eggs with an Eggsterminator on the Scotch-egg setting during the Easter 2012 event. It is purely decorative headgear.
Chocolate egg on face mask Easter 2012 - Chocolate egg on face mask Options
Examine: You've got egg on your face.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This mask could be obtained by giving the Chocatrice three Chocotreats, which were obtained by breaking open Easter Eggs with an Eggsterminator on the Marshmallow setting during the Easter 2012 event. It is purely decorative headgear.
Eggsterminator Easter 2012 - Eggsterminator Options
Examine: The Eggsterminator - this modified handcannon can fire scotch eggs or marshmallow.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This handcannon could be obtained by talking to either the Chocatrice or the Evil Chicken at the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Easter event. When wielded, a player's combat styles became Scotch-egg and Marshmallow. Players had to use this handcannon to break open Easter Eggs which where hidden around Runescape, and then fire it at the chick that came out. If shot with the scotch-egg option, the chick became an Evil drumstick, while being shot with the marshmallow option would turn the chick into a Chocotreat. Players could only keep this after the event by completing three full rounds of the Easter Egg hunt, which reset every two hours. In addition, wielding this adds a "Splatter" option as the default left click on other players, which fires a shot at them.
Corgi Diamond Jubilee 2012 - Corgi Options
Examine: Fluffy little darling!
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: -
For the player to obtain the Corgi, the player had to locate and return all 6 missing Corgis to Minnie Coop in Varrock's center. The Corgis could be found in the following locations: Castle wars, south of Gnome Stronghold, altar near the Priest of Peril quest start, the Brimhaven port, Ardougne's market square, and the One Piercing Note quest start point east of Al Kharid.
Hallowed Hood Halloween 2012- Hallowed hood Options
Examine: The theocratic equivalent of a helmet.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This hood could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Righteous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the unhallowed version by clicking the change option.
Unhallowed Hood Halloween 2012- Unhallowed hood Options
Examine: The theocratic equivalent of a helmet.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This hood could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Heinous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the hallowed version by clicking the change option.
Hallowed Torso Halloween 2012- Hallowed torso Options
Examine: Sadly, this does not give you the body of a god.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This torso could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Righteous , who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the unhallowed version by clicking the change option.
Unhallowed Torso Halloween 2012- Unhallowed torso Options
Examine: Sadly, this does not give you the body of a god.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This torso could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Heinous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the hallowed version by clicking the change option.
Hallowed Robe Skirt Halloween 2012- Hallowed robe skirt Options
Examine: Just like a plateskirt, except for the plated part.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This hood could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Righteous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the unhallowed version by clicking the change option.
Unhallowed Robe Skirt Halloween 2012- Unhallowed robe skirt Options
Examine: Just like a plateskirt, except for the plated part.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This hood could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Heinous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the hallowed version by clicking the change option.
Hallowed Boots Halloween 2012- Hallowed boots Options
Examine: They save your soles.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This torso could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Righteous , who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the unhallowed version by clicking the change option.
Unhallowed Boots Halloween 2012- Unhallowed boots Options
Examine: They save your soles.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This torso could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Heinous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the hallowed version by clicking the change option.
Hallowed Gloves Halloween 2012- Hallowed gloves Options
Examine: Protection for the hands of a god.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This hood could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Righteous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the unhallowed version by clicking the change option.
Unhallowed Gloves Halloween 2012- Unhallowed gloves Options
Examine: Protection for the hands of a god.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This hood could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Heinous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the hallowed version by clicking the change option.
Hallowed Cloak Halloween 2012- Hallowed cloak Options
Examine: Nothing says divine like a huge cloak.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This torso could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Righteous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the unhallowed version by clicking the change option.
Unhallowed Cloak Halloween 2012- Unhallowed cloak Options
Examine: Nothing says divine like a huge cloak.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Change
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This torso could be obtained by purchasing it from Brother Heinous, who could be found at Falador Park or the Varrock Fountain during the 2012 Halloween event for 25 ectoplasm, obtained by releasing ghosts during the ghost hunts, which reset every two hours. When in the inventory, it can be changed to the hallowed version by clicking the change option.
Ectoplasmator Halloween 2012- Ectoplasmator Options
Examine: An advanced piece of ghost-busting equipment.
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item could be obtained by purchasing it from either Brother Righteous or Brother Heinous, both of which could be found in Falador Park or at the Varrock Fountain, for 50 ectoplasm while wearing a full set of Hallowed or Unhallowed robes. While it remains in the inventory, players will receive prayer experience after killing ghosts and spirits, similiar to the Bonecrusher
Santa Beard Christmas 2012- Santa beard Options
Examine: A fancy dress Santa-style beard.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item was given to players during the 2012 Christmas event.
Santa Sack Christmas 2012- Santa sack Options
Examine: A sackload of prezzies!
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item was obtained by opening the gift of giving which was given to players during the 2012 Christmas event.
Gift Of Giving (active) Christmas 2012- Gift of giving Options
Examine: I can unwrap this!
  • Open
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item was given to players during the 2012 Christmas event. It could be used once before having to be traded to another player to "re-activate it". Opening it gives a variety of items including presents for your new dog, a Santa sack, and the Santa title. The Gift of Giving may also yield snow implings yielding 50,000 bonus Hunter XP for members only. The bonus XP will be given out during Hunter training.
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Holiday Item Retrieval

It is not possible to obtain Rare Items and/or Rare Holiday Items through any means except buying them from other players. You can replace non-tradeable holiday items, however, provided you already had them originally. If you never got bunny ears in 2003, you cannot get them again. All items can be retrieved from Diango in the Draynor Village town square. You can also build a Toy Box in your house Costume Room (see Construction Guide.) for quick and easy access to all your non-tradeable items.

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Special Event Items

These items were rewards for special events in RuneScape. They act like regular holiday items, but they were not released during a holiday.

Magnifying Glass Cryptic Clue Event I 2009 - Magnifying Glass Options
Examine: A tool for sleuths.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This event was the first holiday-like item that did not happen on an actual holiday. The event lasted five days. Users had to answer clues found on the official forums each day and on the final day, they received the magnifying glass for completing the clue trail. When wielded, right click the magnifying glass and choose the Sleuth option for a Sleuth emote.
Flagstaff of Festivities RuneFest 2010 - Flagstaff of festivities Options
Examine: A flagstaff celebrating Runefest '10.
  • Wield
  • Find
  • Use
  • Recall
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item could be obtained from Diango if you were signed up to attend RuneFest 2010, the first RuneScape conference held by Jagex. Once a player bought a RuneFest ticket, they were given a code for Diango in Draynor Village to exchange the code for the staff. You can hold it or plant it on the ground for other players to see and click on. It brings up a close view on who it belongs to and gives some event information.
Holidayguide Investigator Costume Cryptic Clue Event II 2010 - Investigator Costume Options
Set consists of: hat, coat, trousers
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Following with the success of the previous year's Clue Fest, this event again released several holiday-like items even though the event did not happen on an actual holiday. The event lasted five days. Users had to answer clues found on the official forums each day and on the final day, they received the investigator costume and the mysterious book to keep as rewards for solving the puzzles.
Mysterious Book Cryptic Clue Event II 2010 - Mysterious Book Options
Examine: There are some pages missing.
  • Read
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The mysterious book was used to document your progress during the Cryptic Clue Event II. At the end of the event you were able to keep the book and you received a costume as an additional reward.
Golden Cracker Golden Joystick Award 2010 - Golden Cracker Options
Examine: A cracker to commemorate the winning of the Golden Joystick.
  • Use
  • Info
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
In celebration of the second consecutive year of winning the Golden Joystick award, all players were awarded with one Golden Joystick cracker. The cracker was placed in the bank of all recipients. To open the cracker the player must use it on another player and after an animation of the cracker opening you would be awarded with the Golden Hammer.
Golden Hammer Golden Joystick Award 2010 - Golden Hammer Options
Examine: Celebrating the Golden Joystick awards for Jagex.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Info
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The item you receive after opening the Golden Cracker. The hammer can be wielded and can be used as a substitute for a normal hammer in most occasions. The hammer comes with two emotes for each year of winning, the first is Brandish (2009) and the second is Spin (2010).
10th Anniversary Cake RuneScape's 10th Anniversary - 10th Anniversary cake Options
Examine: Celebrating 10 years of RuneScape.
  • Celebrate
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This event was for RuneScape's 10th Anniversary. The 10th Anniversary cake and candles were dropped by almost all monsters in RuneScape as well as in drop parties. Once you created a lit 10th Anniversary cake by collecting 10 candles, you got the permanent option to 'Celebrate,' which causes your character to do a special emote.
10th Anniversary Candles RuneScape's 10th Anniversary - 10th Anniversary candles Options
Examine: Put 10 of these on a 10th Anniversary cake.
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
10th Anniversary cake and candles were dropped by almost all monsters in RuneScape during this event as well as at drop parties. Once you had found 10 or more candles, you could add them to a 10th Anniversary cake, then light the cake with a tinderbox which activated the special emote.
Hati Head Hati: The Winter Wolf - Hati head Options
Examine: A hat made from the head of a legendary wolf.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
This item was a onetime drop from the legendary Hati who was found east of Rellekka in the forest. You had to hit the wolf at least once to receive the Hati head. It is purely cosmetic. The Hati is only available to kill from mid-January to mid-February annually.
Hati Paws Hati: The Winter Wolf - Hati paws Options
Examine: Powerful gloves made from the paws of a legendary wolf.
  • Wear
  • Check-power
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The Hati paws was also a onetime drop from the Hati Wolf as well as the Hati head. These gloves come with a special combat experience boosting ability that lasts for around 10 hours. Constitution, Attack, Strength, Defence, Ranged and Magic (including non-combat spells) were the skills that received double experience. Every hit would be doubled in terms of experience while wielding these gloves. Once the charge is used on them, they become a cosmetic item.
Avalani\'s robes Cryptic Clue Event III 2011 - Avalani's robes Options
Set consists of: hat, robe bottoms, robe top
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The 3rd annual Cryptic Clue event again released several holiday-like items even though the event did not happen on an actual holiday. The event lasted five days. Users had to answer clues found on the official forums each day and on the final day, they received Avalani's robes and the rock fragment to keep as rewards for solving the puzzles.
Rock Fragment Cryptic Clue Event III 2011 - Rock fragment Options
Examine: A fragment of Avalani's portal.
  • Chicken
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Along with Avalani's robes, this rock fragment is a reward from the 3rd annual Cryptic Clue event. Throughout the course of the event, players would see Avalani throw a chicken into her portal and have it disappear. Players across RuneScape would also periodically see a chicken falling from the sky with its tail smoking. This rock fragment allows you to cause a smoking chicken to fall from the sky.
Mad necklace Mad May 2012 - Mad necklace Options
Examine: It would seem rumours of the eccentricity of this necklace have been wildly exaggerated.
  • Wear
  • Check charge
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
Players who maintained a subscription throughout the month of May received this necklace as a reward, which could be obtained from Diango. When worn, this necklace would empower the user with the festivities of May, doubling experience earned for a total of 250,000 bonus XP or until the 31st of December 2012.
Diamond crown Cryptic Clue Event IV 2012 - Diamond crown Options
Examine: A replica diamond crown to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The 4th annual Cryptic Clue event again released several holiday-like items, although this year it was hosted in conjunction with the Diamond Jubilee, which had special items of its own. The event lasted five days. Users had to answer clues found on the official forums each day and on the final day, they received a Diamond crown and sceptre from Big Ben to keep as rewards for solving the puzzles. While equipped, using the Celebrate option on either item makes your character do an exclusive emote. This item was only released to members who completed the puzzles.
Diamond sceptre Cryptic Clue Event IV 2012 - Diamond sceptre Options
Examine: A replica diamond sceptre to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
The 4th annual Cryptic Clue event again released several holiday-like items, although this year it was hosted in conjunction with the Diamond Jubilee, which had special items of its own. The event lasted five days. Users had to answer clues found on the official forums each day and on the final day, they received a Diamond crown and sceptre from Big Ben to keep as rewards for solving the puzzles. While equipped, using the Celebrate option on either item makes your character do an exclusive emote.
200m glasses 200m accounts created - 200m glasses Options
Examine: Woah! So many zeros.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
To celebrate 200 million accounts created, two holiday-like items were created. After killing a Party Demon in Gunnarsgrunn, players could talk to Hey Presto to receive 200m glasses.
Boogie bow 200m accounts created - Boogie bow Options
Examine: A magical bow from the party master.
  • Wield
  • Use
  • Destroy
  • Examine
Retrieval: Diango - Draynor Village
To celebrate 200 million accounts created, two holiday-like items were created. Players could talk to Hey Presto to receive the boogie bow and kill the Party Demon.
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Other Rare Items

These items previously existed in RuneScape but due to changes in the game can no longer be obtained. There was only a certain amount of them in the game, and hence they became rare.

Half Full Wine Jug Half Full Wine Jug Options
Examine: An optimist would say it's half full.
  • Drink
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
These were the result of drinking a full wine jug. Players cannot drink half of a jug of wine any more, it is chugged all at once.

Upon trying to drink one of these you get a confirmation message asking you if you really want to do so.
Disk of Returning Disk of Returning Options
Examine: Used to get out of Thordur's blackhole.
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
There was once a black hole where rule breakers were put; they could never get out. If players who hadn't broken the rules wanted to visit the black hole, they could purchase a disk of returning from the shop outside the black hole for 10gp. To get out of the black hole, there was previously a right click option on the disk, "spin disk." The black hole has been taken out of the game, and the shop that sold disks of returning no longer exists.
Fish Mask Fish mask Options
Examine: A mask that lets you fish for compliments.
  • Wear
  • Bubbles
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
Obtainable for a short period time from the Squeal of Fortune. It was the first tradable, discontinued item released in game for several years.
Christmas Tree Hat Christmas tree hat Options
Examine: For keeping your head warm during winter.
  • Wear
  • Use
  • Drop
  • Examine
Retrieval: Cannot be retrieved if lost
Obtained by combining the sapphire blue present, emerald green present, ruby red present, diamond white present and the dragonstone purple present which were possible rewards from the Squeal of Fortune. It is a tradable, but discontinued item.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. What's the point of untradeable holiday items if I can't sell them?
    For fun, and nothing more. They also show how long you have been playing.
  2. Could you ever dye party hats?
    No.
  3. Is Unfermented Wine still around?
    Unfermented wine shortly and automatically becomes either wine or (sometimes) bad wine, whether it is carried in inventory or stored in the bank. The only way to halt this process is to turn it into a bank note, but that doesn't make it valuable.
  4. When are Hallowe'en, Easter and Christmas?
    Hallowe'en is on the 31st of October each year. Easter varies, but it is always in either March or April. Christmas is on the 25th of December every year.
  5. Are spinach rolls rare?
    Spinach rolls are no longer tradeable. They are, however, a common drop from Moss Giants and can be obtained from the Crystal Chest. Spinach rolls are also given out by the Mysterious Old Man, sold in shops across RuneScape and are a reward from the Demon Slayer quest. They heal 20 LP.
  6. Which black items are rare?
    None of them. Scimitars, hatchets, meds and all other black items can be easily obtained.
  7. What are some other unusual but cheap items that scammers claim are rare?
    All item values are now shown in the trade screen, so there is just no reason to get scammed by overpaying for a cheap item. Good advice: if you don't know for sure exactly what it is, where it comes from, and the current market value, just don't buy it.
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Credits

Original Guide by: Cowman_133 & Deadman Andy

Special thanks to: Jaffy1 & Tecmaster532

Thanks to: Adamskii, aevojoey, Allbogs, Asad_Qureshi_El_C, Aurhora, Baffler, bambino, BloodAngel, Bows, Cameron, DarkDude98, Darkoli, Dragonkng198, De_Lille_D, DeepDarkBlak, Evaluate, Georgelemmons, GreatSilverWyrm, Howlin0001, HugeBrain, jaklumen, jimmy_jim, John, Kiara_Kat, Lady_Shahdie, lalala7324, mchainmail, mementh, Misplacedme, Naive, nathaninch, patrick6101, pokemama, rockfreack, SaidinWoT, Salleh, Saradomin_Mage, Shiva, Smellysocks, Speedyshel, stevester77, Vlad the Old, Vulxai, wiseTSM, Zaaps1

Last updated by: Baffler

Last updated on: 19-Mar-2013


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