From 00:00 UTC on 5th July until 23:59 UTC on 10th July, pick up skilling outfit pieces on Treasure Hunter, then combine them to make Elite Skilling Outfits.
For the first five days, a different outfit type will be available, including a couple of new entries for the Bonanza – the Camouflage Outfit for Thieving and the Gorajan Outfit for Dungeoneering. Then, on the sixth day, you’ll have a chance to get any of the five outfit types.
- 5th July: Ethereal (Runecrafting)
- 6th July: Shark (Fishing)
- 7th July: Divine Simulacrum (Divination)
- 8th July: Camouflage (Thieving)
- 9th July: Gorajo (Dungeoneering)
- 10th July: All Outfits
Note - If you complete all the outfits then you will be rewarded instead with either a large lamp or large star for the skill represented by that day's outfit. On the final day, the prize will be a large XP star or lamp for any of the skills counted for across the promo.
How do Elite Skilling Outfits work?
Each standard skill outfit comes in 3 cosmetically different varieties (4 for the Dungeoneering outfit), each of which has five pieces. When worn, these grant XP and skill-related bonuses for that skill, some of which increase in potency the more pieces you wear, and some of which are only granted when wearing a full set.
Combine all three varieties of an outfit piece to create an Elite Skilling Outfit piece.
Please note that Elite Skilling Outfits cannot be won directly on Treasure Hunter, and can only be created from pieces of the lower-tier outfits for their skill.
When all five pieces of an Elite Skilling Outfit have been created and are worn together, they confer a great number of benefits for that skill.
Infinity Ethereal Outfit
- 7% chance to double your runes (and therefore XP) when siphoning in the Runespan
- Five daily teleports to the Yellow Wizard
- Rune-free travel between platforms (skill requirements must still be met)
- 50% chance for rune pouches not to degrade
- 12 rune essence or pure essence can be stored in the body
- Body and legs grant a weight reduction effect
- Corresponding pieces grant the effects of the Master Runecrafting Robes, Wicked Robes, Wicked Hood and Morytania Legs 4, if owned
Fury Shark Outfit
- +7% fishing catch chance
- Chance to catch extra fish
- Chance to not use bait when catching
- Living Rock creatures are not aggressive
- Grants the XP boost of the fishing outfit, for each corresponding piece owned
- The option to eat all the fish you catch, for double the XP and no bank running
Elder Divination Outfit
- 7% chance to double harvested memories, granting twice the XP and divine energy
- 7% chance to double chronicle fragments or elder chronicles
- 5% chance for 5x the energy when harvesting wisps
- Three teleports per day to any wisp colony, as long as level and quest requirements are met
- Unlimited teleports to May Stormbrewer. If The World Wakes is completed, this includes Guthix’s Cave
- Grants the XP boost of the diviner’s outfit, for each corresponding piece owned
Master Camouflage Outfit
- 7% chance to pickpocket twice
- 7% chance to avoid stunning when caught pickpocketing
- 7% chance to avoid snake bites in Pyramid Plunder
- Allows auto-pickpocketing up to 10 times in a row
- Increased chance of finding Black Ibis clothing and the Sceptre of the Gods in Pyramid Plunder
- Increases chance of finding Seren symbol pieces
- Imparts the benefits of the Gloves of Silence, the Trahaearn exoskeleton, and the XP effects of the Black Ibis outfit, if owned
Warped Gorajan Trailblazer Outfit
- 7% XP boost to all skills while Dungeoneering
- 7% XP boost for floor completion
- 7% lower depletion rate on skilling spots
- 7% combat damage boost while Dungeoneering
- 7% discount on rewards shop and floor prestige
- +3 level boost to all stats while Dungeoneering
- Greater spawn rate of rare Slayer mobs while Rungeoneering
- No slipping on icy floors
- May skip one puzzle room per party per floor
- 20% chance to not use up a lock melter
- +3 daily sinkhole teleports
- +10% XP from Sinkhole dungeoneering lamps
This is the perfect opportunity to collect the pieces you need for that amazing skilling outfit - or outfits! Have fun, and we’ll see you in game.
The RuneScape Team
What is Treasure Hunter?
Treasure Hunter is playable from within RuneScape, allowing players to use Keys to claim in-game items as prizes. These range from useful resources to rare weapons and exclusive gear.
Playing Treasure Hunter is simple - click the treasure chest icon that pops up when you log in. If you've not played before, just follow the on-screen guide.
Everyone gets at least one Key per day, and RuneScape members get two. You can earn more Keys while playing the game, or stock up by redeeming Bonds.
If you'd like more, you can also buy Keys on the website, or by clicking 'Buy Keys' within the Treasure Hunter interface in-game.