The Trailblazer Reloaded League, the fourth OSRS League, officially launched on November 15, 2023. Scheduled to span 8 weeks, the league is set to conclude on January 10, 2024. This iteration aims to revisit the Trailblazer League, incorporating new features for an enhanced experience.
Trailblazer Reloaded introduces a temporary gamemode, featuring a distinctive ruleset that fundamentally alters the gaming experience. Initially, players find most game regions inaccessible, unlocking them through task completion and point accumulation.
Upon reaching specific point thresholds, players can choose potent relics impacting skilling, combat, or offering additional utility. This league, rooted in the original Trailblazer League, incorporates numerous alterations to the task list, relics, and integrates new content introduced since 2020 updates.
How it works
Embarking on their journey, players initially access only Misthalin and Karamja. Additional regions become available through task completion, with a maximum of three new regions unlockable.
The roster of unlockable areas comprises the Wilderness, Fremennik Isles, Asgarnia, Morytania, Kharidian Desert, Kandarin, Tirannwn, and Kourend and Kebos. Respawn locations are limited to areas already unlocked by players.
Every player adopts the Ironman status, facing identical restrictions such as the inability to trade with others. In response to the heightened influx of Iron players, shops will now restock after each transaction.
Tasks & League Points
In the Trailblazer Reloaded League, completing tasks is the key to earning League Points. Tasks are categorized into five difficulty levels: Easy, Medium, Hard, Elite, and Master. While some tasks pertain to specific areas, others are more general and can be accomplished in any region.
Across all areas, the distribution of obtainable points from tasks remains roughly equal. For a full list of tasks, visit the OSRS Wiki.
League Points unlock potent buffs known as Relics. Upon tutorial completion, players are offered a choice of three Relics without requiring points. The total comprises eight relic tiers, each accompanied by an automatically unlocked passive buff.
Once a player selects a Relic for a tier, it becomes a permanent choice, and alterations to the Relic selection for that tier are not allowed.
Upon League conclusion, players can acquire a cosmetic wieldable trophy reflective of their placement tier. These trophies, ranging from Bronze to Mithril, occupy the shield slot, while Adamant to Dragon trophies function as two-handed items.
- Bronze: 2,500 points
- Iron: 5,000 points
- Steel: 10,000 points
- Mithril: 18,000 points
- Adamant: 28,000 points
- Rune: 42,0000
- Dragon: 56,000
Activating a unique emote is possible by right-clicking on the trophy. All trophies are untradeable and can be claimed at no cost in Trailblazer League Reward Points.
The Trailblazer Reloaded Relic Hunter is an aesthetic ensemble symbolizing the Trailblazer Reloaded League. It is available for purchase at the Leagues Reward Shop for 1,000 League points. The T2 version costs 5,000 points, while the T3 version costs 18,000.
Additionally, there are several cosmetic upgrades available to alter the visual appearance of elements within the main game.
- Trailblazer reloaded blowpipe ornament kit (6,000)
- Trailblazer reloaded bulwark ornament kit (10,000)
- Trailblazer reloaded alchemy scroll (2,000)
- Trailblazer reloaded death scroll (3,000)
- Trailblazer reloaded home teleport scroll (1,000)
- Trailblazer reloaded rejuvenation pool scroll (9,000)
- Trailblazer reloaded vengeance scroll (7,000)
200,000 concurrent players
After just five days, Old School RuneScape has already reached a high number of concurrent players.