The statue is located east of the Seer's Village bank. Players can run or walk around the statue. You must start at the south end of the statue and you cannot stop until you have made a cycle, or you have to start again. Walking around the statue without pausing is easier than running.
Poison chalice may be obtained for free from Stankers at the mine near the Coal Trucks. (be careful not to drink) After getting 1 Poison chalice, teleport to Camelot and use the Poison chalice on King Arthur at the ground floor of Camelot Castle.
A bucket of milk can be obtained by using a bucket on the dairy cow in the garden. Players can alternatively obtain a bucket of milk by purchasing from the Milk seller for 12 coins. The churn is just north from the stall.
Sometimes, when making butter, the task will finish before the milk is used. You do not have to finish making the butter if this occurs.
Cider may be bought in the underground bar in Miscellania after the Royal Trouble quest, or from the Grand Exchange(if purchasing from the grand exchange the Cider (4) which is a keg of cider, is typically much quicker (but more expensive) to purchase from the grand exchange rather than the individual mugs. Make sure to use the keg on beer glasses to get 5 separate mugs of cider (cider may not be noted). It may also be brewed at the breweries in Keldagrim and Port Phasmatys.
The cider may be used on the same person 5 times, without having to run around.
Head north just outside the fence of the mansion, at the agility shortcut log and walk past the river. Skill boosts such as summer pies will work. Note that the shortcut is behind the mansion, do not enter the mansion grounds.
Alternatively the coal can be taken from your bank into the nearest coal truck you can deposit into, this negates the need for 30 mining. A full load is 224 coal. The fastest method is to carry the coal to the coal trucks in the small building north of the Seers Village pub. A Coal bag can be very useful in this task.
All 4 archers must be defeated in one go (i.e. must kill each archer before going down ladder). Bring good food to heal like lobster or better, or a prayer potion to restore your prayer if using Protect from Missiles. The final blow to each archer must be done with a regular shieldbow - oak shieldbow, willow shieldbow etc. will not count. Do not speak to the advisors or the non-recommended archers may vanish.
Note that the task is not complete until after you have gone back down the ladder.
Bring some coins for the entrance fee (200 coins per game). Players with a high Ranged level with good bonuses, may likely play about 40 games before obtaining 1,000 tickets so bring 6,000-10,000 coins with you to pay for the multiple tries it will take. Players with Level 70+ range with magic bow should be able to complete in less than 25 turns. Lower-level players may have to play closer to 100 games, so bring 20,000 coins. Alternatively, you can buy 1,000 tickets from the Grand Exchange for 7,000.
Tiny net (bought from Harry, at a cost of 10 coins each) - You must first fill a fishbowl with water, use seaweed with the water-filled fishbowl, and then talk to Harry or you won't receive the option to buy the tiny net.
You can use a tinderbox or a pyrelord; using a bow doesn't work. However, spicy stew can be used in order to reach 75. Pyrelord's hidden bonus doesn't work however. Can be done at 73 with the god banners' daily bonus of +2 for 30 minutes.
Cast alchemy on a magic shortbow in the Seers' Village bank
It is easier to alch the bow you made to check off another achievement rather than buy another. It is unknown if you may use explorer ring 4 for this task.
It's not just sharks...
Kill five players on Catherby beach, close to the fishing spots.
Either range can be used. Note: Burnt sharks do not count toward the five, and they do not have to be cooked all at once. You may use a chef's delight if you have a cooking level of 77 or higher (it's also possible at level 75 with a spicy stew or a chef's delight (m)), bring extra raw sharks just in case you burn some. Sharks become impossible to burn with cooking gauntlets at level 94 Cooking.
The player must use the standard Magic spellbook and cast a Charge Water Orb on the Obelisk of Water using 150 Water runes or a staff supplying water runes, 15 cosmic runes and 5 unpowered orbs. On the way there are level 64 poison spiders, their poison can halt your orb making, resulting in orbs being made but the Achievement not being completed. Therefore bring an antipoison potion. If you have less than 70 Agility you will need the dusty key which can be obtained in the dungeon. It's recommended to bring a mithril grapple and crossbow for the next task.
Every step of the task completed gives a message, so if there is no message the ingredient will not count. All of the steps mentioned in the tasks description must be completed inside the area. The only items you are allowed to bring from elsewhere are potato seeds, flour, some water, a pie dish and the tools to fish with. Note that the water and pie dish can be found in the house north of the cooking range in Catherby which was also Caleb's old house. The salmon can only be caught in the lake north of Seers' Village bank. Note that you can fetch flour out of Sinclair Mansion if you have none and don't want to leave the area. Potatoes picked from the Sinclair Mansion garden do not count. Also note that the Bake Pie spell will not work and a range must be used.
As with the previous tasks, this item needs to be made within the area. Bring the ingredients for a super ranging potion (all ingredients can be brought in from outside the area) make it inside the Ranging Guild, then add the grenwall spikes. The task will be completed after you drink 1 dose of the potion. Each step must be completed within the area, and will give a "task updated" messaged when completed. Boosts can be used.
Farming patches in the area are: Catherby Allotment patch, Catherby fruit tree patch and the Hops patch north west of Seers' Village. The allotment south of the Ranging Guild will not work. Boosts can be used.
"Twisted Fire Starter", a hard task is named after a line in The Prodigy's "Firestarter" song.
On the day of release, the spoilers were: Spoilers do not fit with the Seers' desire to predict the future more... esoterically. Please check back tomorrow.
If a player had completed the Holy Grail quest before talking to Galahad, the player will automatically exclaim: I've returned the Holy grail to Camelot and Galahad will congratulate the player. The same exchange could happen before the tasks, as a player-chosen interaction option.
The medium task to teleport to Camelot entitled "It's Only a Model" references a gag from Monty Python and the Holy Grail that juxtaposes the enraptured cries of "Camelot" by the Knights of the Round Table to the trusty servant Patsy's deadpan line "it's only a model."
"La Morte D'Arthur" is old French for "The death of Arthur". 'Le Morte d'Arthur' is the title of a 15th century book by Sir Thomas Malory, being a compilation of the legends of King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot and the Knights of the Round Table much of which were taken from earlier French sources.
The task "All your Bass..." is a reference to an internet meme of Zero Wing's poor translation resulting in "All your base are belong to us."
The task "Mack Rolled" is a reference to "Rickrolling", where someone is tricked into watching Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up".
The task "Jute alors" is a play on words for the French expression "Zut alors", roughly translating to the exclamations "shoot" or "blast".
The task "It's a trap... no wait it's a pie" is a reference to when Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars Episode VI exclaimed "It's a trap!"
The task "Gonna need a bigger range" is a reference to a quote from the 1975 movie "Jaws".
The task "Moon Raker" is a reference to the James Bond movie "MoonRaker".
The task "What, no cuddly toy?" is a reference to the usual prize at carnivals, where the winner of the game could win a cuddly toy.
For the task "King Coal" it is unknown whether or not it was intended for the amount of coal for a full load to be 224 or if it glitched due to recent updates. The description still says 120 in the event Jagex forgot to change it. This was corrected in an unknown update prior to 15 August 2015.
"King Coal" may be a reference to Nat King Cole or the British nursery rhyme "Old King Cole."
When claiming the rewards from the task NPCs, they still use the old values for the coal trucks when saying how much they can hold.
"Mastering the Elements" might be a reference to the animated series Avatar.