|Release||4 August 2010 (Update)|
|High alch||0 coins|
|Low alch||0 coins|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|Examine||• A clue!|
• A clue to great treasure!
• It points to great treasure!
A clue scroll (elite) is the highest level clue scroll in the Treasure Trail Distraction and Diversion, in which a player follows a series of clues leading towards a buried treasure. Completion of the clue scroll will either give a scroll box (elite), containing another clue, or a casket (elite), containing rewards for completing the treasure trail. Elite clue scroll rewards can range from a few thousand coins to well over 2 billion coins if a very rare third-age or blood dye is obtained.
Elite difficulty clue scrolls are a random drop from a large variety of high-level monsters. Looting a magical chest from the dwarven instinct aura, or unlocking Gold key chests within the Shades of Mort'ton minigame can award elite clue scrolls.
Stanley Limelight Traders sell elite clue scrolls for 200 thaler each. Once each week, players may loot the treasure chest decoration in their player-owned aquarium, and defeat the skeletal horror for an elite clue each. Completion of Triskelion Treasures always awards an elite clue scroll if one is not already owned.
Pickpocketing elven clan workers is an easy way to obtain an elite clue scroll. Using a tier 4 luck enhancer, such as a Luck of the dwarves ring, increases the player's chance of finding a clue scroll, even from pickpocketing.
If a player already possesses an elite clue scroll, they must either complete or drop the scroll before they can receive a new one. Players are able to hold one of each tier of clue scroll, however.
Elite clue scrolls may contain the following types of clue:
From all levelsEdit
|2–27 biscuits or purple sweets|
|Various teleport scrolls|
|1–3 god pages for god books|
|20–100 Saradomin, Guthix, or Zamorak arrows|
|Noted meerkats pouches or fetch casket scrolls|
From elite clue scrollsEdit