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Hanky Points are the form of rewards system in the Thieves' Guild. They can be exchanged for Thieving experience relevant to your current Thieving level by talking to the trainers. Succeeding at a thieving task reveals a blue or red hanky, depending on the difficulty of the task. Blue hankies are worth 1 hanky point; red hankies are worth 4 hanky points. The cap amount of Hanky Points you can earn in a week is relevant to your current Thieving level. They have no image and the only ways to learn how many you have is to ask one of the trainers or check the RuneScape toolbar under the Distraction Reminders section (has to be authorised first). They can be earned from a number of activities, including: pickpocketing trainers, blackjacking volunteers and trainers, cracking safes and stealing from chests. Once the cap amount is reached, the activities can continue but you cannot cash in your hankies until the next week.

You can collect up to your maximum hanky points for the week, hand them in for the reward, and then collect up to your maximum hanky points again but you will have to wait until the next week to claim the reward for them (The option becomes available once more after the seventh 00:00 (UTC) has passed since the last collection). Once you have your maximum amount of hanky points, you can continue the activities to gain more experience but, each time you succeed, you will get a message saying, "You have reached the maximum amount of hanky points you are allowed at your level." To find out how many hanky points you have, or to trade your points in for the experience reward, speak to any of the trainers or volunteers, or right click certain trainers or volunteers and select the 'Check-points' option (not all trainers and volunteers have this right-click option, however).

Note: Hankies are not items that go in your inventory, they are just mentioned in the chat log. For example, in the southern (more challenging) pickable chests: "There is a single red handkerchief inside."

Level Maximum points Experience received
99 84 10,080
98 80 9,840
97 80 9,680
96 80 9,440
95 80 9,280
94 80 9,120
93 80 8,880
92 80 8,720
91 80 8,560
90 80 8,320
89 76 8,132
88 76 7,980
87 76 7,828
86 76 7,600
85 76 7,448
84 76 7,296
83 76 7,144
82 76 6,916
81 76 6,764
80 72 6,624
79 72 6,480
78 72 6,336
77 72 6,120
76 72 5,976
75 72 5,832
74 72 5,688
73 72 5,544
72 72 5,400
71 68 5,236
70 68 5,100
69 68 4,964
68 68 4,828
67 68 4,692
66 68 4,556
65 68 4,420
64 68 4,284
63 68 4,148
62 64 4,032
61 64 3,904
60 64 3,776
59 64 3,648
58 64 3,520
57 64 3,456
56 64 3,384
55 64 3,200
54 64 3,072
53 60 3,000
52 60 2,880
51 60 2,760
50 60

2,700

49 60 2,580
48 60 2,460
47 60 2,400
46 60 2,280
45 60 2,160
44 56 2,072
43 56 2,016
42 56 1,904
41 56 1,848
40 56 1,736
39 56 1,680
38 56 1,568
37 56 1,512
36 56 1,412
35 52
34 52 1,300
33 52 1,248
32 52 1,092
31 52 1,092
30 52 1,092
29 52 988
28 52 936
27 52 832
26 48 816
25 48 768
24 48 720
23 48 672
22 48 624
21 48 576
20 48 528
19 48 480
18 48 432
17 44 396
16 44 352
15 44 352
14 44 308
13 44 264
12 44 264
11 44 220
10 44
9 44

TriviaEdit

  • Blue and red banners are commonly hung in the Thieves' guild. They might be a reference to the colour-coded hanky point system. This is most notable in the cul-de-sac containing the practice chests as they seem to mark the difference between the two rows of practice chests (south chests give red hankies and north ones give blue hankies).

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