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Fallen leaves
Fallen leaves
Release date 28 June 2013 (Update)
Members No
Quest item No
Tradeable Yes
Equipable No
Stackable Yes
Value 50 coins
Cash out:
Squeal of Fortune: 100 coins
Treasure Hunter: 1,000 coins
Alchemy Cannot be alchemised
Destroy Squeal of Fortune: Are you sure you want to destroy this item? You cannot reclaim it.
Treasure Hunter: Are you sure you want to destroy this item? You cannot reclaim it. Instead you can hand it in for XP to Lady Niya, south west of Varrock.
Store price Not sold
Exchange price Not sold
Examine Squeal of Fortune: The colours of flame and earth. Combine 500 to create a Coronet of Autumn.
Treasure Hunter: The colours of flame and earth. Combine 600 to create a Cloak of Autumn.
Weight 0 kg
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Fallen leaves are the components of the autumn season promotional cosmetic items, and are won through playing Squeal of Fortune/Treasure Hunter, or awarded while Farming. They are only tradeable in equal quantities for flourishing seeds, lush blossoms, or charred branches. These items are completely removed from the game two weeks after the promotion ends.

The number of leaves obtained appears to be based roughly on the amount of experience gained, rather than the number of actions the player does.


Fallen leaves were obtainable from the Squeal of Fortune during the period of 28 June 2013 to 8 July 2013. They were used to make a Coronet of Autumn, which requires 500 fallen leaves. It was possible to obtain fallen leaves while training Farming during the promotion.


Fallen leaves were reintroduced from 23 May 2014 to 2 June on Treasure Hunter. They are used to make a Cloak of Autumn, which requires 600 fallen leaves. The leaves can also be taken to Lady Niya, who can convert them to experience. They can also be received while training Farming during the Cloak of Seasons promotion.

Activities from which fallen leaves can be acquiredEdit

  • Raking farming patches
  • Planting seeds
  • Checking health of crops
  • Harvesting crops
  • Harvesting produce from trees/bushes.

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