Im back and today im going to talk to you about the new trailblazer league that’s going to start October 28th. It’s a nice way to earn rewards. Every player will play on ironman and you will be limited in how many areas you can gain access to, specifically you can access up to 5 areas with 2, Misthalin where you start and Karamja which everyone can access without doing any tasks, being unlocked without having to do any tasks and the other 3 you can choose from among : Fremenik Isles, Wilderness, Kharidian Desert, Tiranwn, Morytania, Kandaring and Asgarnia. However since you’re limited in how many areas you can gain access to, i’d consider carefully which ones to unlock.
There are going to be plenty of tasks for you to do and furthermore they’re going to be divided by their difficulty into easy, medium, hard and elite classes. They’re going to range from simply leveling up your skills to going to specific locations and killing mobs and even killing bosses. Completing these tasks is going to get you League points, which is the whole point of leagues.
League points and their use
League points like i said earlier are used by completing tasks, however spending league points is still a bit of a mystery. What we do know is that one of the rewards for getting certain amounts of league points are Relics which are going to buff anything from your combat power, grant you a higher xp rate etc. There are going to be cosmetic rewards at the end of the league but there’s not yet much known about them aside from the fact that you can get the Trailblazer Relic Hunter outfit and a Trailblazer Rug fory our House League Room. Another reward is also a Dragon Skilling tools ornament kit, which lets you recolor your dragon tools.
At the end of the day, I think leagues are a great way to keep OSRS feeling fresh and new. There is plenty of fun to be had with it. If you wanna skill up and prepare for the league you can head on over to RSPS server list and play on a server without having to buy membership. It’s the best way to figure out new approaches to tasks.