*Elf City Q&A with Mods Osborne & Elfborne!*
Prifddinas is nearly here, and we've got something a little special to you to celebrate. Mod Osborne interviews our resident Elf-moderator Mod Elfborne all the questions you need to know about the elf city before the launch on Monday!
Prepare to witness one of the oddest & most epic interviews you may ever see.
Mod Lee reviews some of this weeks Patch Notes including players being able to purchase multiple Completionist capes and players can now attach the respective hood to their Max, Completionist and Trimmed completionist capes!
Mod Lee reviews some of this weeks Patch Notes including Legacy Mode buff timers and many updates to Soul Reaper!
Mod Lee reviews some of this weeks Patch Notes including a fix to the Jade Vine and players no longer being able to toggle between Legacy and EoC mode within a duel!
*September Updates Coming to RuneScape*
Oh yes. After 10 years of waiting, Prifddinas (the Elf City) will be released this month!
But that's not all for September - we're implementing a new Grouping System, making Runes more valuable, allowing players a limited amount of skill resets, and putting in expert Skillcapes!
Plus, we're doing something really cool. In September, we'll be implementing Iron Man mode into RuneScape!
So, it's a busy, busy month! We hope you're as excited as you are.
Mod Lee reviews some of this weeks Patch Notes including model and animation updates to Pyrefiends, Icefiends, Kurasks and Abyssal Demons!
*NEW BTS: Barbarian Assault Rework & the Clan Cup 2014!*
This week, it's a double-whammy. Mod Ollie and Mod MattHe tell you how we're sprucing up the Barbarian Assault minigame, and all about the Clan Cup 2014 respectively.
So, if you're a minigames fan, or a member of a clan, it's looking like an exciting couple of weeks for you!
*Mods MMG, Rory & Kamao take on the Ice Bucket Challenge!*
Mod Kamao was challenged to do the Ice Bucket Challenge by his mum - so he roped a couple of friends in, too. Chaos (and pneumonia) ensued.
The team are raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association, and Jagex are planning to double any money raised. You can donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/James-Frith-IceBucketChallenge, or by texting 'MNDJ70' and any of these amounts - £1, £2, £3, £4, £5, or £10 - to 70070.