Morytania Tasks are a set of tasks set in the dark lands of Morytania. Members will be able to complete tasks at different difficulty levels: easy, medium, hard and elite for rewards, including experience lamps which will give a total of over 150,000 experience in skills. The item reward is the Morytania legs. The taskmasters are, in order: Hiylik Myna, Robin, the Strange Old Man and Old Man Ral.
In addition, those who completed the easy and medium tasks within two weeks of the release, before 11 April2012, received an early bird lamp worth 15,000 experience.
You will need 40 prayer points to cast the spell. You can recharge your prayer in the Nature Grotto after completion of the Nature Spirit quest. (Temple Trekking provides a short-cut to the grotto as a reward.)
Some coins and having entered Port Phasmatys at least once or two ecto-tokens to enter the first time.
Cheapest charter is from Musa Point at 550 coins with a ring of charos (a) (1100 without it). Charters from other ports work, also, but are more expensive. Ecto-tokens are not required when travelling by ship.
Add garlic to a restore potion, then add silver dust. Silver dust is obtained by grinding silver bars in the grinder on the upper floor of the Ectofuntus. If you get the garlic from the chest in the Myreque Hideout in Burgh de Rott, do not create the potion just yet. Making the potion in the hideout does not count as being in Morytania.
A Crystal-mine key is needed to access the mithril ore. Enter the stairs found at the northeast or northwest surface part of the Abandoned mine, use ladder to floor 2, and use the Crystal-mine key on the large doors to the north. If the key is on the Steel key ring, you can just use the key ring on the doors.
If this doesn't work, start in Burgh de Rott. Go west and hop the fence (quest required). Go down the stairs into the mine. You will see doors to the west and doors to the east. Go through the doors to the west (quest may be required). The mithril ore is on the north wall just past the doors you just passed through.
Using a portal in another players' house will complete this task.
50 Construction can build a Portal Chamber in their player-owned house, and a Kharyrll portal to modern-day Canifis may be assigned without needing the spellbook set to Ancient Magicks (requires 200 law runes, 100 blood runes, and 66 magic).
Specific skill requirements depend on the set of armour used. See Barrows equipment for more detail. Golden Barrows equipment does NOT work. Take the armour to Barrows and equip the armour while above ground.
Get every follower in Temple Trekking & Burgh de Rott Ramble to level 99. This task may say it is possible for the player to do before the ability from Temple Trekking is unlocked, but this is not true.
You can use a pork pie at level 86 to achieve a +5 Farming boost and stews for +5 Herblore boost. You must be 91 Farming to plant the seed and when you harvest it, otherwise the partial task progress will not register.
Fiyr remains can be bought on the Grand Exchange or obtained by killing Fiyr Shades. Fiyr are found on the hard route in temple trekking (during the shade event). They can also be obtained with a silver or gold key to access the Fiyr Shades area of the Shade Catacombs. If you don't have one, you'll first have to acquire the lesser Shade keys through cremating the lower-level Shades. If you don't get a key drop, the task will NOT count and you'll need to try again.
These tasks were the first set to have a separate taskmaster for the elite rewards, as they were the first set to be released after the elite tasks for the other sets were added.
The task "Gate Spectre-ations" might be a reference to the novel "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
The task "Huge Success" might be a reference to the popular Valve game Portal where the Antagonist GLaDOS uses those words in the song Still Alive to describe the player who harnesses portal technology.
The task "Only Going Forward, We Can't Find Reverse" likely refers to the song "Star Trekkin'" by The Firm, in both title and lyrics.
The task "Whip: It Good" might be a reference to the song "Whip It" by Devo.
The task "Dislike-Anthrope" is a reference to the Greek word lycanthrope, which means werewolf.
The task "Who You Gonna Ring?" is a reference to Ghost Busters and their popular catch phrase, "Who you gonna call?"
The task "It's only Wafer Thin" is a reference to the thin mint from the Monty Python skit involving Mr. Creosote from the movie "Monty Python: The Meaning of Life".
The task "Shade-Shattering Ka-Bloom" is likely a reference to Marvin the Martian of Looney Tunes fame, who would often ask "Where's the Earth-shattering kaboom?" when Bugs Bunny would snuff out the fuse on his "Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator" he was trying to blow up the Earth with.
The task "Blooming Marvelous[sic]" likely refers to the signature catchphrase of the host of "Gardening Australia", Peter Cundall.
The task "Bros Before Barrows" refers to the saying "bros before hoes".
The task "Runecraft Carrier" is a pun on "aircraft carrier".
The task "If it Bleeds..." is a reference to the movie Predator.
The task "Izzy Wizzy Let's Get Lizzy" is a reference to the casting of magic spells in the British children's TV show "Sooty and Sweep".