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  • Beginning today, with the Oasis Restoration the players will be charged to transform the Duel Arena following a cataclysmic earthquake that has destroyed the area OSRS Gold. They will cooperate to transform the the arena from "a bloodthirsty fight pit where heroes have long staked their wealth through one-on-1 battles in order to create a serene oasis."

    Players will help rebuild the region and will be able to complete daily tasks that will reward them depending on their progress. Anyone who takes part in the community event will receive exclusive rewards from the event, such as a new crocodile pet, title, desert-themed cosmetic armour, and footwear 'Gators.

    Following the two-week event for the community the area that was rebuilt will be called Het's Oasis is a place for discovery and education that includes new instructional content that will help those who want to increase their Agility Hunting, and Farming abilities.

    "Heroes can also aid the God of Death in two Eye of Het mini-quests as they go into the Tomb of Het in search of an enthralling object that can aid the gods' youth as part of the Elder God Wars saga," the press release reads.

    In a new campaign that begins now and continues until the 3rd of January 2022, players will have the chance to obtain a brand-new version of classic "Partyhat" the item that was initially only available during a Christmas event earlier in 2001. The original version was available in red, blue, yellow, green or purple The RuneScape "The Golden Party Hat Hunt" quest will allow players to unlock one of the highly-sought cosmetics with a metallic sheen.

    As the partyhats were originally only available in limited numbers for a brief time, and then were subsequently removed the lucky player to own one has the option of selling them for billions of game coins. Even though the hats are just for decoration and offer no any stat bonuses Buy RuneScape Gold, they're currently the most expensive item on the Grand Exchange, hitting the maximum value of 2.1billion gold in 2015.