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  1. Hi everyone, welcome to my simply Mining Guide! This skill is pretty straight forward so this won't be too In Depth. First off, are the Pickaxes. Now the Ores Now for the actual guide! 1-15 Mine Copper and Tin Ore. (Can be found south of lumbridge in the mine by the water.) 15-30 Mine Iron Ore In the Al Kharid Mine 30-40 Mine Coal Ore in the Al Kharid Mine 40-68 Mine Gold Ore in the Al Kharid Mine 68-77 Mine at the Lava Flow mine (Mining Teleports from Lady Deathknell at Home) 77-89 Mine Concentrated Coal In Living Rock Caverns 89-99 Mine Seren Stones in Prifddinas! Happy mining! Hope you found this helpful, I didn't add pictures because these spots are popular and basically everyone knows where they are, but if you want me to add pictures just comment.
  2. Hi everyone! Welcome to my In Depth Farming Guide! Before we begin, you'll need at least level 38 Thieving and it is recommended however not required to have 1500 Total for Prif, and a decently high Woodcutting Level. There are 10 Different type of Patches around Runescape, 3 aren't listed as they are probably not added here. 1. Allotments 2. Flowers 3. Herb 4. Hops 5. Bush 6. Trees 7. Fruit Trees Here is a list of all the Farming Patch Locations 1. Allotments & Herbs 2. Bushes 3. Hops 4. Trees 5. Fruit Trees 6.Spirit Trees Now the Hard part, obtaining the seeds. Starting off, you can thieve farmers ( level 7 thieving ) for potato seeds to start off. Plant these at Allotments and water them and they'll grow fast and you'll have a good starter xp. Do this till about 30-40 Farming. After this, you can thieve from the Master Farmer ( level 38 thieving ) for all kinds of seeds, but I mainly keep the herb seeds when thieving from there. Plant all of your seeds you get from here, you can do this for as long as you like. For the big XP, you can cut trees and get bird nests that have tree seeds in them, higher level tree seeds are pretty common and so are lower level so once you have the level to grow trees you can simply do trees to 99. If you have a high Slayer Level you can kill Automatons and Ganodermics for high level seeds as they drop them really commonly. 99 Farming takes about 25 Magic trees at most for 99 so it doesn't take long. I hope this guide helps you a lot! This was more a guide on the levels required to grow stuff and where to grow it instead of how to get seeds, as I have yet to find out an efficient way to get all the seeds needed for 99. Have fun getting 99 Farming!
  3. Hi everyone! Welcome to my easy Agility Guide. This is one of the more click intensive skills in the game, and can be boring at times, but it's pretty fast still. There are 4 Viable Agility Courses in the game: Gnome Agility Course Barbarian Outpost Wilderness Agility Course Hefin Agility Course The first 3 can all be teleported to by speaking to Lady Deathknell at home. In this guide, we won't be using the Advanced Courses as the Hefin course yields better xp. 1-35 use the Gnome Agility Course 35-52 use the Barbarian Outpost 52-77 use the Wilderness Agility Course 77-99 use the Hefin Agility Course, this requires 1500 Total level to enter Prifddinas This course rises in xp per lap every 5 levels past 77. If the Voice of Seren is active, there will be a 20% XP boost to the course. Periodically a shortcut will open and you'll get this prompt This is what it will look like Using this will take you to the top of the Cathedral taking away about 15-20 seconds of the lap! This is all for the Guide! I hope this helps you and gets you that quick and easy 99 Agility!
  4. DISCLAIMER THIS IS WHAT I'M GOING TO DO TO START. IT IS THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY TO BEGIN BOSSING QUICKLY IN MY OPINION. Hello everyone! Welcome to my starter guide. I've had a few players come to me and ask how to start off and I haven't been able to give them a direct answer. Well here's a nice way to start off if you're new:) The only useful command is ;;menu and it brings up everything. Also examining an NPC not in combat will reveal its drop table as well as a drop sample of 100 kills. 1: The Beginning. When you first start off. There will be 4 things you need to grab. After you make your character. click these 3 armour stands and the food stand located right beside you. If you right click the bank chest and select "Collect" you can open the Grand Exchange. Once you've gotten your starter, bank your items. Refer to my God Statues guide here. Go to each God Statue and build them for free Slayer and Construction XP. Here's the locations of the God Statues. 2: Starting Off. Recently, I've been told that people have trouble making money. You can do your daily tasks that you receive and gain upwards of 350K XP in the skill and 150-200k Coins being great starter cash, as well as you can do this every single day! Personally, I like to get skill stuff out of the way. If you are not one of these people. skip to part 3. As this server is highly self sufficient in the beginning, you should definitely start off with Fishing and Cooking. For a simple Fishing guide. I'd recommend 1-40 doing shrimp and anchovies in Draynor Village. ( Speak to Lady Deathknell > Skilling teleports > Fishing and Cooking > Draynor Village ) 40-76 Fishing do Lobsters in the Fishing Guild. ( Speak to Lady Deathknell > Skilling teleports > Fishing and Cooking > Fishing Guild. ) 76-90 Fishing do Sharks in the Fishing Guild. ( Speak to Lady Deathknell > Skilling teleports > Fishing and Cooking > Fishing Guild. ) 90+ Fishing do either Cavefish or Rocktail in the Living Rock Caverns. (These will also be a GREAT money maker if you sell them in the GE) You can buy fishing bait from Gerrant Port Sarim here. As for Living Rock Minerals. You can get these from killing the Living Rock Monsters. More than likely people will sell them on the GE as well. Once you get the Fish you need. I recommend getting Cooking Gauntlets so you don't have to burn all of your fish and waste them. Please refer to my Cooking Gauntlet Guide here > Once you've gotten your Cooking Gauntlets you can cook all of your food and you'll be ready for Part 3!!! 3: PVM. Once you've gotten your food, or you think you don't need food. You can now begin PvM! Depending on what combat style you want to use, you can refer to this guide to see all the shops around the world that can help you in what gear you need > You can either do Slayer or go straight to Elite Dungeoneering. Elite Dungeoneering off the rip isn't good combat XP but it's a little easier than when you're doing it at a high level. Elite Dungeoneering is a custom Dungeoneering created by our very own @Scythe In Elite Dungeoneering. You can get there by speaking to Lady Deathknell and Teleporting to Elite Dungeoneering. Once you get here there are 2 portals. There's usually 30 or so Npcs in the blue portal and 60 in the red portal. There are 5 things that happen when in Elite Dungeoneering. Defensive Aura: Gives 50% Damage Protection. Poison Cloud: Will harm you if you stand inside it. Explosion: Will get an alert saying there's going to be an explosion. Stand inside the circle to avoid damage. Healing Aura: Heals you while you stand inside of it Damage Aura: Damages you while you stand inside of it. There's a killcount at the top saying how many kills you have left. Once you kill them all it'll say this. Once you finish the kills, click the portal at the end of the dungeon and you'll be taken to the rewards room The bigger chest is the rewards chest and the smaller chest is a bank chest that you can use. To re-enter dungeoneering simply use the red portal. If you don't die you'll get more xp and more rewards from the chest. There's a chance to get T70 Hybrid armour as well so make sure not to die! You can do this to level 80 which by then you'll have enough for a Chaotic of your choice. Once you get the Chaotic you want, you can teleport to Godwars Dungeon (Low Tier Bosses > Godwars Dungeon ) Kill the npcs in here and if you're lucky you'll get Warpriest. Currently all Warpriest works the same by if you have a full set, you have a chance to negate 90% of damage. If you kill the imp you can get warpriest pretty easily as it's the weakest npc in the dungeon. Once you get your warpriest you're free to do whatever you want to. Reminder this is simply a starting off guide, this isn't supposed to be detailed or help you get everything you need. Just things to start off. Hope this guide can help you and good luck everyone!!!
  5. This is pretty straightforward guide. For levels 1-90, you are pickpocketing the highest Thieving levelled NPC that you can pickpocket which are shown below. There are various exceptions to this due to some NPC's not being found where they should be located or the NPC's pickpocket option not being functional. Once you reach level 91+, you have two options: Dwarven traders in Keldagrim or Elven Workers in Prifddinas with each having its own pros and cons (see below). I will update this guide once more thieving NPC's are added and also functional. Note: It is generally assumed that you know how to go to the various locations or know where certain NPC's are located in the maps provided below. I have provided information on how to get to certain locations that some may people may not know about but if you have questions about the guide, feel free to ask them below and I will try to respond as quickly as possible. Levels 1-10: Men (Lumbridge) Levels 10-25: Farmers (Northeast of Lumbridge) Levels 25-38: Warriors (Varrock Palace) Levels 38-45: Master Farmers (Draynor Market) Levels 45-55: Fremennik Citizens (Rellekka) For this training method, you will be pickpocketing the various citizens found throughout Rellekka. It is recommended that you pickpocket the citizens found in houses as they will have a smaller area to move around in and also avoid pickpocketing the NPC's near the market as the guards near the market will turn aggressive if they catch you pickpocketing. The easiest way to get to Rellekka is through the lodestone system by selecting the Relleka lodestone and then running west. Skillers should also be aware that there are aggressive unicorns near the lodestone. Levels 55-70: Knights (Ardougne Market) Levels 70-75: Paladins (Ardougne Market) Levels 75-80: Gnomes (Tree Gnome Stronghold) To get here, talk to Lady Deathknell at home and select these options: Skill Training < Agility Courses < Gnome Agility Course. Gnomes are located throughout the Stronghold and you have various options for banking if your inventory becomes full. You can either use the bank located in the Tree Gnome Stronghold, use the Spirit tree to teleport to the Grand Exchange and back, or teleport home and then talk to Lady Deathknell to teleport back. Levels 80-85: Heroes (Ardougne Market) Levels 85-90: Elves (Lletya) For this training method, you will be pickpocketing the various citizens located in Lletya. To get to Lletya, you can teleport to the Tirannwn lodestone and follow the path in the image below. You can ignore the leaf trap since you can walk around it and you can also ignore the trip wire since you can walk directly over/past it and not be hurt by it. A bank is also located in Lletya if your inventory becomes full. *Ignore that Tirannwn is misspelled, I did not make this map. Levels 90+: Dwarven Traders (Keldagrim Palace) Pros: Best thieving XP/Hour, Supplies for Smithing (god tier for Ironmen), Caveman Only Ironman Friendly, Keldagrim has no requirements to be accessed Cons: Guards are annoying if not trapped, Not afk, Keldagrim not Master race The easiest way to get to Dwarven Traders is to talk to Lady Deathknell located at Home/Combat Academy in Lumbridge and select these options: Skill Training < Mining < Lava flow Mine After you select these options, you will be teleported just outside the Lava flow Mine (Beside the Blast Furnace building). Run west to the Palace and go to the second floor. In the center of the second floor, you will find the Dwarven traders as well as Guards which can be a nuisance if not trapped properly. Levels 91+: Elven Clan Workers (Prifddinas) Pros: Semi-afk, Some useful items, Master race Prifddinas Cons: Locked behind 1500 total level requirement for Prifddinas, Need 93+ Thieving level to be worth training here without waiting for clan cooldowns, Some junk items, Second best thieving XP/Hour Before you can pickpocket Elven clan workers, you will need access to Prifddinas which at the time of writing this guide requires a total level of at least 1500. To get to Prifddinas for the first time, you will have to either use a fairy ring to teleport to the fairy ring located in the Amlodd clan district (code DJS), use any Spirit tree to teleport to the Spirit tree located in the Cryws clan district, or use the south entrance which can be accessed from going through the forest in Tirannwn/Isafdar. After getting into Prifddinas, you can activate the lodestone in the center of the city to unlock a quicker way to access the city permanently via the lodestone teleport system. Prifddinas has eight different clan districts and each district is aligned to two different skills each. Each district has elven clan workers which can be pickpocketed for various items relating to the two skills of their clan. Elven clan workers also have various Thieving level requirements depending on their respective clan (see table below). It is also worth mentioning that unlike other NPC's that can be pickpocketed, you will automatically pickpocket elven clan workers until you stop or until you are caught. If you are caught, you are given a strike and if you get three strikes, you will be unable to pickpocket elven workers in that particular clan district for 20 minutes. Due to this, it is highly recommended that you have at least level 93 Thieving before pickpocketing elven clan workers in Prifddinas since multiple clans will be on the 20 minute cooldown and you will rotating between various clan districts. Generally, you will be pickpocketing the elven workers in the four best clans you can pickpocket in and switching between these four different clans. It is also worth looking at which clans the Voice of Seren (VoS) is active in as Thieving XP is increased in clans in which the VoS is active in for its duration. Worker Level XP VoS XP Iorwerth 91 125 150 Ithell 92 130 156 Cadarn 93 135 162 Amlodd 94 140 168 Trahaearn 95 145 174 Hefin 96 150 180 Crwys 97 155 186 Meilyr 98 170 204 *XP amounts listed are the XP amounts before the server XP multiplier is applied.
  6. Hi everyone! Welcome to my In-Depth woodcutting guide! Here are the Hatchets available When you begin, a Bronze hatchet is already in your toolbelt. The next best thing you could get is a Dragon Hatchet. Dragon Hatchets are dropped by the Dagganoth Kings. For how to kill these, refer to my All in one bossing guide. The best hatchet you can get is a Crystal hatchet. To get a Crystal hatchet, trade in a Dragon hatchet and 4,000 Harmonic Dust to Lady Ithell in the Ithell District of Prif. It is 15% more efficient than the dragon hatchet. Here are the Logs that you can cut for experience. Normal Trees are located all over Cywir. Anything that says "Tree" will give you normal logs. Oak, Maple, Yew, and Magic are all located in Seer's Village. You can get here by using the lodestone teleport or the Woodcutting teleport. As for Teak. Teak and Mahogany Trees can be found in Karamja as well as Miscellania Choking Ivy's are located along castle walls. There are some on the east wall of the Varrock Castle and there are some on the outer walls of Falador. If you teleport to the Falador lodestone and run east on the outside of the wall you will see them. Elder Trees are level 90 and currently the highest level logs you can chop since crystal trees don't work. These are all the locations of Elder Logs This is the path I'd recommend. 1-15 Chop Normal Logs. 15-45 Chop Oak Logs. If you want to train Fletching and Firemaking: 45-90 Chop Maple Logs. If not: 45-68 Chop Maple Logs. 68-90 Chop Choking Ivys. 90-99 Chop Elder Logs. Good luck on getting 99 Woodcutting! and if you're lucky, you can get Woody the Woodcutting Pet!