If you're at the right spot and you're in RuneScape gold the correct place, you'll either get another clue or a reward. The higher the difficulty of the scroll the more complex tasks you'll have to accomplish. The steps needed to finish a scroll and be awarded a reward will also increase according to the difficulty of a scroll.
A lot of RuneScape players frequently use Treasure Trails as a moneymaker since rewards that come from this activity can be extremely expensive. As an example, the items dropped by Master Clue Scroll Casket can be sold even for 1 billion gold, and the average value you receive from completing a Master Clue Scroll should be around 1 million gold coins. The more straightforward clues also have good amounts of reward value compared to the amount of time finishing them. This is why Clue Scrolls can be categorized as a viable money-making method in OSRS.
When a trail is completed, at the end of the Treasure Trail, a player will dig from the ground the Reward Casket. It comes at one of six rarities which correspond to the level of difficulty on the trail. The box you receive could be either intermediate, beginner medium, difficult, elite, or master. In the first you will get one to three benefits, while inside of the second between two and four.
The third casket gives you 3 to 5. The hard and elite caskets have between four and six prizes. The master casket can have up to seven. Each prize is rolled individually from the loot table, which means you may receive the same item several times in buy OSRS GP one casket. When you're done with all of the steps you'll receive an empty casket with the reward that is chosen randomly from a pool that is determined by the difficulty of your scroll.