Morytania. Main reward: Morytania Legs 4. Another armor piece in this list, which has stats that are similar to those of the adamantine equivalent RS Gold. Similar to other pieces that are listed, this is not an item for stats but for bonuses gained from wearing.

The most notable benefit is likely the teleportation element. Morytania Legs 4 allows users unlimited teleports from Slime Pit beneath Ectofuntus every day , and unlimited teleports to Burgh De Rott. The first is utilized for Prayer training at Ectofuntus The second makes the path to Barrows less arduous. With regard to Barrows the item improves the rates of drop of runes within this minigame by 50percent.

People who want to hunt Mort Myre Fungi, are going to be happy to know that this leg piece can double the rate of spawn during casting Bloom. An increased chance of 50% to avoid getting attacked by Ghasts within the swamp makes the process more fun.

Additionally, Morytania Legs 4 act as an amulet that speaks Ghost, burning Shade Remains give an additional 50% of exp in Firemaking and Prayer with 10% more exp from Slayer towers,

The shortcut to the estuary at the Mos Le'Harmless. 100% exp from bone burying at Bonecrusher, acces to Harmony Island herb patch and many more. It is no doubt that Morytania Legs offer more variety in the form of bonuses than any of the other Achievement Diary rewards, but some of them may not prove useful.

Varrock. Main reward: Varrock Armour. Contrary to the Morytania Diary reward this reward isn't packed with lots of benefits. Varrock's Armour principal perk is the option to change the Varrock Teleport site from city center to Grand Exchange Buy RS3 Gold. Additionally, the access to Cook's Guild bank might be helpful for those looking to boost the Cooking levels quickly.