Curious as to exactly what an Achievement Diary is in Old School Runescape? Luckily, the explanation is quite simple. Here’s what you need to know about the Old School RuneScape diary.
What is an Achievement Diary in Old School RuneScape?
The Achievement Diary is a set of books with different challenges players can compete for various different rewards. Some of these challenges are more difficult than others though.
Each Achievement Diary you can get:
- Ardougne Diary
- Desert Diary
- Falador Diary
- Fremennik Diary
- Kandarin Diary
- Karamja Diary
- Kourend and Kebos Diary
- Lumbridge and Draynor Diary
- Morytania Diary
- Varrock Diary
- Western Provinces Diary
- Wilderness Diary
As of now, there are 12 diaries. Each task within the diaries is split up between Easy, Medium, Hard and Elite. The harder the ask, the bigger the reward.
Once you have completed all the tasks in every diary, you will be able to purchase an Achievement Diary Cape in Draynor Village for 99,000 coins, which gives you a heavy amount of defense bonuses.
How Does One Get an Achievement Diary?
The only way for someone to get an Achievement Diary is to become a member. The cost of becoming a member in Old School RuneScape is $10.99 a month.
Becoming a RuneScape member offers players multiple perks within the game. The Achievement Diary is only a small attribute to what players are given when becoming a member of the game.
Some may be upset to learn that the Achievement Diary is only available through payment, but the rewards gained when completing these diaries are all the more special because of the money spent.
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