Celebrate Halloween in OSRS!
Make sure you play with friends, as the rewards increase the more players take on the quest! More loot means more OSRS gold, so don't miss the opportunity!
More Details on the Event
There hasn't been much said about when this event will end, but considering the holiday it's likely to be a month-long one. Don't let that lull you into complacency though. Seize the chance and don't let it go to waste. If you get started on collecting those loot early, when it ends, you'll have more treasure than if you started later.
Many items such as the Ghost Hunter outfit and herb burner have increased drop rate in quest. Ghostly essence will also have a 10% increased drop rate. As long as this event is active, players can burn bones on bonfires.
Start the quest by going to Draynor Lodestone. You'll find Death and his pillars to the northeast. A new Rider will arrive every week, bringing new challenges.
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