The amount of points awarded depends on the quest, ranging from 1 to 6 points. A special case is Recipe for Disaster, since it is split up into 10 sub-quests, each awarding a QP.
A full list of quests, sortable by name, amount of QP, official length and membership requirement can be found on the Quests/List.
Miniquests do not give quest points. However, three miniquests (Alfred Grimhand's Barcrawl, Enter the Abyss, and Skippy and the Mogres) are required to complete other quests that do give quest points, and thus to get the quest cape.
QP requirements[edit | edit source]
Some activities require a player to have at least a certain amount of quest points:
- 10 quest points, 20 Hours of Game Time and 100 Total Level are required to trade items to other players in Free-to-play.
- 12 quest points are needed to start Black Knights' Fortress.
- 16 quest points are needed to start Below Ice Mountain.
- 20 quest points are needed to start Enlightened Journey and to log on bounty hunter world.
- 32 quest points to start the Wanted! quest.
- At 32 quest points, players can enter the Champions' Guild, to begin the ultimate free-to-play quest, Dragon Slayer I, and earn the right to wear the best free-to-play body armour.
- 43 quest points to start the Tears of Guthix quest.
- 55 points are required to start the Heroes' Quest, which allows access to the Heroes' Guild.
- 100 points are required to start the Swan Song quest, which allows access to the Piscatoris Fishing Colony.
- 107 quest points are one of the requirements to start the Legends' Quest, which admits players to the Legends' Guild.
- 175 points are needed to start the end-fights of Recipe for Disaster.
- 200 quest points are needed for Dragon Slayer II making it the highest requirement of any quest.
- 250 quest points are needed to unlock a 5th slot to block a slayer task.
Minigames[edit | edit source]
- Tears of Guthix is a minigame which can be played once a week and is unlocked by completing the prerequisite eponymous quest. The more quest points a player has, the longer they can stay in the minigame, which means they will have the chance to collect more tears and get more experience in their lowest skill.
- Nightmare Zone is a minigame in which the player can fight bosses from previously completed quests. The more QP a player has the more bosses a player can choose to fight. Although the bosses can be only chosen in Rumble mode and there will be a fee of 22,000 coins for normal mode, and 26,000 coins for hard mode.
Other[edit | edit source]
- Every 50 quest points unlock a block slot for Slayer tasks, up to 5 slots at 250 quest points.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In 2001, completing some quests would add to the "influence" skill. Later, the "influence" skill was replaced by the quest point system.
- RuneScape Classic players could have up to 112 quest points.