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Old School RuneScape brings the last of its Poll 70 updates

Over the past several weeks, Old School RuneScape has been making several updates as voted on by players in Poll 70. This week, the last of those voted-for updates is live, along with adjustments to the Bounty Hunter minigame.

In terms of Poll 70 changes, players can now look forward to craftable Divine Battlemage and Divine Bastion potions at level 86 Herblore, a hammer at the entrance to crab rooms in the Chambers of Xeric, a Rellekka teleport in the Lunar Isle for anyone who has completed the Elite Fremennik Diary, some new targets for Krystilia’s Slayer task list, guaranteed crystal shard drops from superior monsters in the Iorwerth dungeon, and expanded reward retrieval for the NPC Perdu.

As for the Bounty Hunter, further refinements are being made based on player feedback including reduced costs for blighted food and potions in the Bounty Hunter Reward Shop, a coffer that players can put coins in to satisfy the risk requirement to enter the Wilderness, adjustments to looting bag drops and emblem upgrade chances, and new promissory notes in older versions of the Bounty Hunter store. Readers will recall that this minigame was due for some adjustments, which went live last week. If you need Buy OSRS GP, you can visit our site z2u.com.

Old School RuneScape is Jagex's official term for a previous version of the RuneScape game that was introduced from the August 2007 Archive of RuneScape, a backup of the RuneScape source code as it had been on 10 August 2007. It is also commonly referred to as OSRS or 2007scape.

This version of the game was announced in a news post on 13 February 2013, which was followed by the opening of a poll to determine community interest on 15 February 2013. The poll, which ended 1 March 2013, decided, among other things, whether an additional membership fee would be charged for access to the game.