One of the greatest changes the Treasure Trails expansion brings is the accession of newcomer clue scrolls. In the past, clue scrolls were only available for RS Gold premium readers, but with today's update free-to-play players have access to a new set of newcomer clue scrolls. The newest clues are a series of brief 1-3 step clues which can be completed by any player regardless of experience or membership. The new clues offer rewards for completing them but seasoned players aren't required to finish beginner clues so as to obtain Watson's Master clues. You can take a look at our guide with all the new clue scroll options, here. Apart from a new coach, the update provides a segue from the X Marks the Spot Quest into Beginner Clue Scrolls. When the quest is complete, Veos will now reward players with a Beginner Clue Scroll, and guide them to speak to the new clue tutor to find out more about it. In case you've already completed the quest, you'll still be able to maintain your Beginner Clue Scroll benefit from Veos. Stash units have been added around the free-to-play area for Beginner Clues that require items to be worn. Though conventional clue scrolls have comprised riddles anagrams and ciphers, beginners will encounter a new kind of clue scroll aimed at teaching them how to craft new items and equipment. These hints come from a homeless man in the game named Charlie. The last change added into the April OSRS update is the annual Easter Event. As in the past, players are in for a pun-filled celebration of Spring. Throughout the event, players are tasked with assisting the Easter Bunny gather ingredients to fuel his egg-making machine. Players must tunnel through the Easter rabbit's burrow system to find his or her helpers Eg, Egg and Eggy who will assist in OSRS Gold For Sale finding the necessary ingredients. Completing the event allows players to unlock all of the previous Easter holiday event benefits as well as some brand new ones.