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  • Captain Haskell: Hello. Are you here about my new challenges?
    • Player: Tell me about your challenges.
      • Captain Haskell: My challenges are the best! None of this long, hard slog - mine shouldn't take you more than a few minutes.
      • Captain Haskell: What's more, I'm not limiting you like before. You are free to choose any challenge, and I'll reward you for completing it.
      • Captain Haskell: You'll need to get a challenge token for the right skill, though.
        • Talk about challenge tokens.
          • Captain Haskell: Well, I don't just give away my challenges to anyone who comes along. I don't have that much time!
          • Captain Haskell: I've come to an arrangement with Alice, and she'll give away tokens in Treasure Hunter.
          • Captain Haskell: Tokens all have a skill associated with them, and when you've got a challenge token you can activate it to choose a challenge in that skill.
          • Captain Haskell: If you don't want a challenge in that skill, you can swap tokens with your friends for different ones.
          • During the promotion
            • Captain Haskell: At the moment, I've given Alice some Agility, Hunter and Thieving tokens, but I've got some others saved up.
          • After the end of the promotion
            • Captain Haskell: Unfortunately, Alice has given away all the tokens I had, so you'll have to wait to get more.
        • Talk about rewards.
          • Captain Haskell: When you've finished a challenge you can bring your active challenge token to me, or just check the token wherever you are.
          • Captain Haskell: I'll reward you with some extra XP in the skill related to the challenge.
          • Captain Haskell: It won't be as much as I used to give you for a Daily Challenge, but these ones are quicker to complete.
        • Talk about choosing challenges.
          • Captain Haskell: Unlike that nefarious gnome, I leave it up to you select a challenge that you'll enjoy from a list of available challenges.
          • Captain Haskell: They all give the same reward, so you can choose the one you most want to do. Don't want to brave the Wilderness Agility Course? Just choose Burthorpe!
        • Change the subject.
    • Player: I have a challenge to hand in!
      • Captain Haskell: You don't have one of my challenges to hand in. Do you want the usurper over there on the platform?
    • Player: Tell me about yourself.
      • Captain Haskell: I used to be a quartermaster for the Imperial Guard. But then the troll attacks subsided, and so I was 'promoted'.
      • Captain Haskell: No need for me to give challenges, they said! Well I'll show them - and that gnome menace over there on her podium!
        • Player: What do you think of Mistress Fara?
          • Captain Haskell: MISTRESS Fara? Pah. Stealer, Spy, Scoundrel, Scourge of Burthorpe maybe...but she'll never be mistress.
          • Captain Haskell: What is she doing here? No-one seems to know. She just came here one day and started giving out challenges to all and sundry. Just after I was relieved of that duty.
          • Captain Haskell: She's up to no good, I'm sure. Taking all those bows and daggers - I'm sure it's part of something bigger. I just don't know what.
        • Player: What happened to the trolls?
          • Captain Haskell: We beat them and sent them running! We showed them the power of the Imperial Guard.
          • Captain Haskell: Now there's rumours that it's something to do with Bandos's demise, but we had them off back to Death Plateau before that.
          • Captain Haskell: They still mount the odd attack, though - you can help us defend if you go to the gatehouse to the north of the Warrior's Guild.
        • Player: What have you been doing lately?
          • Captain Haskell: Well, with my leg, I'm not fit any more for active service. They promoted me to captain and set me overseeing the new recruits.
          • Captain Haskell: I can give them a good scare with my scars as well as my stories!
          • Captain Haskell: But I've always liked my old quartermaster's job, so I decided to do it on my own, and here I am. Captain Haskell, freelance quartermaster exraordinaire.
          • Captain Haskell: Not sure how the commander feels about it, but I've had no complaints yet.
        • Change the subject.
    • Player: Tell me about raffle tickets.
      • Captain Haskell: I'm happy to say that I've managed to get some raffle tickets from Balthazar, and i've got some spare to give away.
        • Player: How do I get the tickets?
          • Captain Haskell: If you want one of my tickets, you'll need to give me some inactive challenge tokens. You can get the tokens by trying your luck at Treasure Hunter.
          • Captain Haskell: I will exchange 1 raffle ticket for 10 inactive tokens of any type.
          • Captain Haskell: I like to share the wealth, though, so I will give you no more than 2 tickets each day.
          • Captain Haskell will offer up to 2 tickets per day until the end of Monday, 15th September, UK time.
        • Player: Can I exchange my tokens for a ticket?
          • During the promotion
            • Captain Haskell: You don't have enough tokens to exchange in your backpack. I will exchange 10 tokens for 1 ticket.
          • After the promotion
            • Captain Haskell: I did have some raffle tickets spare, but I've given them all away now.
            • Captain Haskell: I'm going to use the rest of mine in the raffle. I think a golden godsword would suit me.
            • Captain Haskell: You should still be able to get some from Balthazar every day, though.
        • Change the subject
    • Player: Goodbye.

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