Another feature you'll notice is a straight link for RuneLite on the home page RS Gold. This reflects the partnership that Jagex was able to sign in with RuneLite development team just a few months back, and also is an effort to ensure that access is safe, so you can be sure you're at the official mod website.
With the ninth anniversary of OSRS approaching on February 22 Developer Jagex has planned an event to commemorate OSRS's long-lasting existence. The most notable thing is that the company has set on the desert city of Al-Kharid and is the gateway into the deeper Kharidian desert.
Given that a major expansion of the desert is on the horizon in early 2022, with the most fabled Raids 3 -- Tombs of Amascut -It seems that Jagex appears to be using this event as a mild glimpse of what's to come for the new version of the MMO.For now, players can take advantage of a celebration of food, fishing and good old-fashioned treasure-hunting. Arnav, waiting outside of the bank to the west of Al-Kharid palace, dug up a chest full of valuables hidden in the city.
In a series reminiscent of the clue scroll system, he tasks players to solve 3 questions to determine where the chest is Old School RS Gold. Take a walk around the four statues that guard the central fountain within the courtyard of Al-Kharid palace. Do the dance emote while the third clue is sure to reveal itself.