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Rune-Draw is a game of chance similar to blackjack. You must play Rune-Draw against Robin during the Ghosts Ahoy quest. Robin will give you a signed oak longbow to pay off his debt when he owes you 100 coins.

The rules, according to Robin:

Two players take turns to draw a rune from a bag, which contains ten runes in total. Each rune has a different value: an air is worth one point, up to a Nature rune which is worth nine points. If a player draws the Death rune then the game is over, and they have lost. A player can choose to hold if they wish and not draw any more runes, but this runs the risk of the other player drawing more runes until they have a greater points total and win.
The interface of Rune-Draw.
An example of a won game.

There are 10 different runes in total, nine of which will raise your score. The tenth is a death rune, which will end the game and make the player who draws it lose. The ten runes and their values are displayed below.

Rune Value
Air rune.png Air rune 1
Mind rune.png Mind rune 2
Water rune.png Water rune 3
Earth rune.png Earth rune 4
Fire rune.png Fire rune 5
Body rune.png Body rune 6
Cosmic rune.png Cosmic rune 7
Chaos rune.png Chaos rune 8
Nature rune.png Nature rune 9
Death rune.png Death rune Automatic loss

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The numeric value of the runes increases as the level to craft these runes using the Runecraft skill increases.
  • It is not possible to play this game after the quest. When a player talks to Robin after the quest, he will ask for another game and the player will reply "No!"