Pick up a shimmering Lunarfury cosmetic override outfit until 23:59 UTC on 10th April.
Amass lunar spheres in the course of your Runecrafting training, in Daily Challenges, on Treasure Hunter, or by trading with other players.
Click on these to open the Lunarfury Armour interface, where you can spend spheres to craft any of six different outfit pieces and three two-handed weapons. You’ll get a chunk of Runecrafting XP each time you do so.
Once you’re wearing the cosmetic override pieces, you can train Mining or Runecrafting to fortify them (or use lunar crystals – bought with spheres or won on Treasure Hunter), eventually unlocking an improved, all-the-flashier version.
If you’ve collected all the first-tier pieces, you can use leftover spheres to earn XP in Mining or Runecrafting – up to 10,000 spheres in each skill.
The currency items will become untradeable with the game update on the 24th of April, and any unused ones will be cleaned up at 23:59 UTC the 5th of May.
We hope you’re over the moon with this spectacular new outfit. Let us know what you think on the forums.
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.