Strange old lockpick
|Strange old lockpick (full)|
|Released||4 June 2020 (Update)|
|Examine||A pristine set of lockpicks engraved with six names.|
|High alch||19,200 coins|
|Low alch||12,800 coins|
|Exchange||95,694 coins (info)|
The strange old lockpick is a potential reward from the Hallowed Sepulchre. It allows any door within Barrows to be opened when used on the doors. It comes with 50 charges, using one after it is used to open a set of two double-doors. The lockpick is tradeable until it has been used. After all 50 charges have been used it disappears.
The strange old lockpick provides a better success rate for opening coffins within the Hallowed Sepulchre compared to a normal lockpick. Additionally this lockpick will speed up looting coffins compared to having a normal lockpick or no lockpick. It does not use any charges when used in the Hallowed Sepulchre.
Despite being an improved variant of a lockpick within the Hallowed Sepulchre, it has no applications outside of Barrows and the Hallowed Sepulchre.
Item sources[edit | edit source]
|Coffin (Hallowed Sepulchre)||N/A||1||1/200–1/40|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|9 July 2020
Fully charged strange old lockpicks now properly speed up looting coffins in the Hallowed Sepulchre; previously, only partially charged lockpicks provided the effect due to an oversight.
|25 June 2020
Strange old lockpicks will now speed up the looting of coffins within the Hallowed Sepulchre in comparison to having regular lockpicks/no lockpicks; charges will not be consumed when using them there.
References[edit | edit source]
- Mod Husky. Problems with the Hallowed Sepulchre. 9 June 2020. (Archived from the original on 13 June 2020.) “did you know that the strange old lockpick already has a higher success rate than a normal one, you can still fail but it's a bit lower.”*
- Mod Husky. Problems with the Hallowed Sepulchre. 9 June 2020. (Archived from the original on 13 June 2020.) “Nope, it's only applications are coffins in the Hallowed Sepulchre and it's main feature to skip doors at barrows”*