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Observatory Quest - Constellation Determined Prize


Aurhora

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Hi,

 

 

 

A friend of mine just finished the Observatory Quest and he saw Capricorn as his constellation. Instead of receiving strength experience, he received an uncut sapphire. Unfortunately he doesn't have a screenshot.

 

 

 

Hope this helps!

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Here's a past post on the Observatory Quest: http://forum.tip.it/viewtopic.php?f=188&t=794577

[hide=My Stats]Attack:86/Hitpoints:88/Mining:74

Strength:86/Agility:76/Smithing:75

Defence:86/Herblore:74/Fishing:78

Ranged:86/Thieving:73/Cooking:92

Prayer:78/Crafting:82/Firemaking:86

Magic:85/Fletching:77/Woodcutting:88

Runecraft:71/Slayer:80/Farming:88

Construction:70/Hunter:70/Summoning:69

Dungeoneering:18

Total level: 1936

295/303 Quest Points

Combat Level: 117[/hide]

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The quest reward always includes an uncut sapphire.

 

2250 Crafting experience and an Uncut sapphire

 

Your friend may have gotten the strength xp before he looked. Major fansites say the same, however the Wiki says that the combat xp is random.

 

 

 

If you can submit a proof pic or vid we can try to fix this, but as it is we have no way of knowing.

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it's a lot easier to get over yourself when you look at intelligence the same way you look at beauty, or height, or eye color: being smart is easy, but being good is hard ... being smart is handed to you, being good is handed to *nobody*.

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  • 2 months later...

Due to lack of additional data, and the age of this quest, I'm going to lock this thread. If this happens to someone else, please let us know.

 

Thanks anyway, Aurhora, for bringing it to our attention.

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it's a lot easier to get over yourself when you look at intelligence the same way you look at beauty, or height, or eye color: being smart is easy, but being good is hard ... being smart is handed to you, being good is handed to *nobody*.

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