Farmer100 live chat share rare runescape items with gamers

We have already talked some holiday items, such as Pumpkins, Party Hats and Christmas Crackers. Now, farmer100 live chat will share some other items with you.

The first one is Easter Eggs. These were dropped on Easter 2002. They heal 12 HP and are 1 bite.

The second one is Halloween Masks. These were dropped on Halloween 2002 and came in 3 different colors. You can wear them on your head.

The third one is Santa Hats. These were dropped on Christmas 2002. You can wear them on your head. They are the most common of the discontinued because they were the last released and were hoarded.

Want to know more rare items?

The first one is Half Jug of Wine. These were the result of you drinking a full wine jug. They were discontinued as you can no longer drink full jugs of wine.

The second one is Disk of Returning. There was once a black hole where rule breakers were put, they could never get out. But 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 of the black hole for 10 gold.

If you want to know more information about runescape, please visit rs farmer100. Farmers are glad to help you level up quickly.

 

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