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Temple Trekking reward data - Task active

Add rewards data to 75 cells on this sheet.

For each cell on this sheet, add the number of resources rewarded from the Trek.

This task requires you to use RuneLite. To get started:
  1. Download the Temple Trekking Points plugin from the RuneLite plugin hub
  2. Turn on the plugin. This will make an overlay appear in the top left showing your current points and the points from your last Temple Trekking run
  3. Do a run of Temple Trekking
  4. When you finish, immediately use your Reward token and record the number of resources received in the appropriate cell.
  5. Make sure to mark the right sheet, as Route 1, Route 2, and Route 3 give different amounts of rewards for the same number of points

If you are trying to aim for certain point totals, keep in mind that most puzzles will reward 500 points (all routes) and NPCs will earn 325, 625, or 1125 points per kill on Routes 1, 2, and 3 respectively. The sea monster event on Route 3 awards 4000 points.

If you have any issues with the plugin, ping @andmcadams#3185 in Discord.
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Multicombat area map - Task active

Add 100 multicombat areas' descriptions and bounds to this sheet.

We've crowdsourced data about whether individual map tiles are multicombat or single combat. We need someone to go through and figure out what the underlying multicombat areas actually look like, so we can put it on the wiki.

We've created a map at this link that shows all of the multicombat data we have. The data is not perfect (sometimes the appearance of the multicombat icon can be delayed a little bit), but it's mostly clear what the regions look like. Red represents multicombat, and green represents single-combat.

For each connected area on the map, we need someone to fill in the rest of this spreadsheet with a basic description of the area, and the coordinates of the boundary around it. Most of these are rectangles so they aren't too hard, but some of them (for example, an area by Ferox Enclave), and possibly parts of Zeah) are more complex shapes.

Some additional advice:

  • You can get the coordinates of a map tile in the top left corner of the mejrs map.
  • A lot of the multicombat areas match the 64x64 map square boundaries you can see in the linked map.
  • Even more of them (probably 95% or more) match the 8x8 map chunk boundaries.
  • In times where the boundary isn't clear, you can check ingame. You may need to use something like RuneLite's dev tools to easily get the ingame coordinates.
There probably aren't enough areas for more than 2 or so people to do this. This task is pretty subtle - by all means, please come talk to us in Discord about it, so we can get a useful map as soon as possible!
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Cave entrance scenery pages - Task active

Make 15 pages of cave entrance scenery from this list.

See the example pages below. You can fill in almost all of the data from a database we have already.

See the Minimal OSRS Object Database for most of the information needed to create these pages. You can search by object ID.

See Cave Entrance (Fremennik Slayer Dungeon) and Cave Entrance (Goblin Cave) for two great examples of cave entrance pages. Each page should have:

  • {{Infobox Scenery}}, including:
    • Release date, if you can figure it out (most should be obtainable from this sheet)
    • An image, copied from MOOD
    • Whether or not the scenery is members-only
    • Location
    • Right-click options (can be taken from MOOD)
    • Examine (from MOOD)
    • A map of the exact location of the scenery. You can get the exact coordinates from the "MEJ" link on MOOD.
  • A couple sentences describing the scenery, and (if it's a usable cave entrance), where it takes you.
Please come join the Discord if you aren't sure about how to page these pages! There's only about 50 on the list right now, but there are other cave-related and dungeon-entrance-y pages we need to make.
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Various non-interactive scenery pages - Task active

Make 20 pages of random scenery articles from this list.

See the example pages below. You can fill in almost all of the data from a database we have already.

See the Minimal OSRS Object Database for most of the information needed to create these pages. You can search by object ID.

We recommend prioritizing scenery objects that actually exist by default in the game already - check out the "MEJ" link on MOOD to see if there are any occurrences of the object by default already.

See Cello and Sandy's Coffee Mug for two great examples of random scenery pages. Each page should have:

  • {{Infobox Scenery}}, including:
    • Release date, if you can figure it out (most should be obtainable from this sheet)
    • An image, copied from MOOD
    • Whether or not the scenery is members-only
    • Location
    • Right-click options (can be taken from MOOD)
    • Examine (from MOOD)
    • A map of the exact location of the scenery. You can get the exact coordinates from the "MEJ" link on MOOD.
  • A couple sentences describing the scenery, and (if it's a usable cave entrance), where it takes you.
Please come join the Discord if you aren't sure about how to page these pages!
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Slayer task articles - Task active

Make 5 articles about slayer tasks

The list of pages is here. Slayer task/Elves is a good example of a finished page.

Each page should have:
  • {{Infobox Slayer}}, showing the requirements and task amounts from the Slayer masters that assign them
  • A table of the different types of monsters that can be fought for the task, with combat level, Slayer XP, location, and any additional notes.
  • A table of the locations you can find the monsters. Don't worry about making a map of the locations – we'll add that later.