:Daily Tasks/Skill Tasks:
Who Can Complete Them?
Daily tasks and Skill Tasks can be completed by every player on each of their accounts every single day!
What Are they?
Daily tasks are 9 random assignments (3 skilling tasks, 3 wildy tasks, and 3 PvM tasks) that are given each day by the Daily Challenges Master that refresh at midnight server time. The current server time can be viewed by clicking the quest tab and selecting the blue icon, or alternatively there is a countdown timer that you can view at any time by speaking to the Daily Challenges Master.
When you speak to The Challenges Master on the WEST side of the fountain of life you will see this interface pop-up.
From this interface you will notice a few things, first thing to note is on the bottom of the pop-up menu it says time left – this is the amount of time you have until the current assigned tasks are reset and you receive 9 new tasks.
The next thing to notice is the center portion of the image. Here you can see 3 tasks listed along the left, which can each be clicked on to view the objective, the progress made towards the objective, and the reward for completing the objective, which is displayed in the center portion of the image.
The third important feature of this menu is along the top where you see 4 different tabs labeled skilling, wildy, PvM, and shops. Clicking the skilling, wildy, and PvM tabs show the 3 tasks in that category that have been assigned that day, and clicking shops opens the store where you can spend your reward points.
The last thing to view is in the top left corner an icon that says track. This can be toggled to show/stop the pop-up tracking of the daily tasks similar to how the achievement trackers show on screen.
Skill tasks are unique tasks that can be assigned for Cooking, Woodcutting, Fletching, Fishing, Firemaking, Crafting, Smithing, Mining, Herblore, Thieving, and Runecrafting. You can have 1 task in every skill active, and unlike the daily tasks, as soon as you finish your assigned task you can go get another one so you do as many in a day as you can finish. If you don't like your assigned task you can wait until midnight server time where all of your tasks will be reset for free, or you can get a new task at any time at the cost of 100m coins. If you REALLY hate your assigned task, you can choose to outright block a task at the cost of 250m coins but choose wisely as you only have 20 blocked task slots.
When you speak to the Skill Task Master on the EAST side of the fountain of life you will see this menu pop-up. Like with the Daily Challenges you'll notice that this screen provides all of the information you'll need.
If you look in the top left corner you will see the track option again, which can be toggled to show/stop the pop-up tracking of the tasks.
Along the top bar you'll see 3 tabs labeled tasks, shop, and blocked tasks. The tasks tab shows all of your currently assigned tasks, shows the option to get a new task at the cost of 100m, and the option to block the task so it can't be assigned again in the future for 250m. The shop tab opens the rewards shop, it is worth noting that the rewards shop tracks points from each skill separately, so to purchase cooking items you'll need to complete cooking tasks that give cooking points. The same is true for every skill, so don't forget to try them all! The last tab you'll see is your blocked tasks list. From here you can see the tasks you've blocked – you can choose to unblock any of them at any time but you will not get your 250m back from blocking them.
The last bit of information available is along the bottom where it tracks the total number of tasks you have completed.
Where Are They?
Both the Challenges Master and the Skill Task Master are located at ::home and can be found by running south from the home teleport location to the Fountain of Life. West of the fountain on the platform you will find the Challenges Master, and the Skill Task Master is located on the platform to the East.
Why Should I Do Them?
Now for the part we have all been waiting for, in this section we will go over the rewards available in the shop!
The Daily Challenge shop is pretty straight forward, each daily task you complete gives a set amount of rewards points which can be used to purchase items from the shop.
The following items are available for purchase using Daily Challenge Points:
Yin Yang Amulet – 25 Daily Challenge Points
Masori Chestplate – 25 Daily Challenge Points
Masori Chainskirt – 25 Daily Challenge Points
Masori Amulet – 25 Daily Challenge Points
Masori Headdress – 25 Daily Challenge Points
Helmet of trials – 1,000 Daily Challenge Points
Centurion Cuirass – 1,000 Daily Challenge Points
Crystal Helm (Perfected) – 500 Daily Challenge Points
Crystal Body (Perfected) – 500 Daily Challenge Points
Crystal Legs (Perfected) – 500 Daily Challenge Points
Chicken Feet – 200 Daily Challenge Points
Expeditious Bracelet – 500 Daily Challenge Points
Bracelet of Slaughter – 500 Daily Challenge Points
20th Anniversary Top – 350 Daily Challenge Points
20th Anniversary Bottoms – 350 Daily Challenge Points
20th Anniversary Boots – 350 Daily Challenge Points
20th Anniversary Gloves – 350 Daily Challenge Points
20th Anniversary Necklace – 350 Daily Challenge Points
20th Anniversary Cape – 350 Daily Challenge Points
Cape of Skulls – 200 Daily Challenge Points
The Skill Task shop is broken down by skill, where each skill accrues points as you complete tasks related to it. For example, if you complete a fletching task, you are rewarded with fletching skill points, which can be spent in the fletching shop. All of the individual shops are found by right clicking the Skill Task Master and selecting shop or clicking the shop option along the top banner of the task menu – and clicking the skill name on the screen. See the screenshot below.
Now lets review all of the items available for purchase in the skill shops.
Now lets review all of the items available for purchase in the skill shops.
Golden Apron – 3,000 Cooking Skill Points
Golden Chef's Hat – 3,000 Cooking Skill Points
Cooking Gauntlets – 3,000 Cooking Skill Points
Gilded Axe – 1,000 Woodcutting Skill Points
Lumberjack Hat – 3,000 Woodcutting Skill Points
Lumberjack Top – 3,000 Woodcutting Skill Points
Lumberjack Legs – 3,000 Woodcutting Skill Points
Lumberjack Boots – 3,000 Woodcutting Skill Points
Bow String – 1 Fletching Skill Point
Feather Pack – 10 Fletching Skill Points
Angler Hat – 3,000 Fishing Skill Points
Angler Top - 3,000 Fishing Skill Points
Angler Waders - 3,000 Fishing Skill Points
Angler Boots - 3,000 Fishing Skill Points
Barb-Tailed Harpoon – 1,000 Fishing Skill Points
Pyromancer Hood – 3,000 Firemaking Skill Points
Pyromancer Garb - 3,000 Firemaking Skill Points
Pyromancer Robe - 3,000 Firemaking Skill Points
Pyromancer Boots - 3,000 Firemaking Skill Points
Gold Bar – 1 Crafting Skill Point
Bag Full of Gems – 100 Crafting Skill Points
Golden Hammer – 3,000 Smithing Skill Points
Golden Prospector Helmet – 3,000 Mining Skill Points
Golden Prospector Jacket – 3,000 Mining Skill Points
Golden Prospector Legs – 3,000 Mining Skill Points
Golden Prospector Boots – 3,000 Mining Skill Points
Herb Sack – 3,500 Herblore Skill Points
Amulet of Chemistry – 3,500 Herblore Skill Points
Rogue Top – 3,000 Thieving Skill Points
Rogue Mask – 3,000 Thieving Skill Points
Rogue Trousers – 3,000 Thieving Skill Points
Rogue Gloves – 3,000 Thieving Skill Points
Rogue Boots – 3,000 Thieving Skill Points
Catalytic Rune Pack – 50 Runecrafting Skill Points
Elemental Rune Pack – 10 Runecrafting Skill Points