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Best item to high alch?


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OT: Im not sure exactly whats the best thing atm to high alch is but i did air battlestaffs from 75 to 80 and i profited sometimes but not very often. (mostly only when i made my own b-staffs and nats)

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OT: Im not sure exactly whats the best thing atm to high alch is but i did air battlestaffs from 75 to 80 and i profited sometimes but not very often. (mostly only when i made my own b-staffs and nats)

Yeah, I just checked and air bstaffs aren't profitable anymore, and they also loose a lot of money.

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yea i wasnt sure if they profit anymore, thats the method i used in early last year so i wasnt sure if it still worked. Ill keep looking however and see what i can find to help you out =]

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yea i wasnt sure if they profit anymore, thats the method i used in early last year so i wasnt sure if it still worked. Ill keep looking however and see what i can find to help you out =]

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1. Go to Search on Forums

2. Type "alch" into search bar

3. Search titles only

4. Hit Search

This should give you a comprehensive list of all the alch topics that have been posted in the past. For the most part, good items to alch have not changed by a huge amount in the past few months and when X item is a huge loss, item Y might not be.

Scape-XP also has a "high alch" calculator if you don't like the spreadsheets people have provided here on the forums.

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The only items I've ever known, and alched were;

Blue Dragonhide bodies, Green Dragonhide bodies, Yew Longbows and the different battlestaves. I'm sure a post above may be more help to you, though. Best of luck!

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Where's my post? I said partyhats were good to alch nowadays.

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Where's my post? I said partyhats were good to alch nowadays.


its been removed since you were bascially giving NO legitimate advice and spamming the thread.

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Here's Tip.It's high alch guide, it has a lot of popular items to alch and their prices, though they don't factor in nature runes so keep that in mind. I usually alch various bows, but I very rarely do it en masse so I don't care too much about large gp/exp losses :razz: .

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Well, there a few things that MAKE you money even if you buy the nature runes:
Air Battlestaves
White Chainbodies

Other things with minimal loss:
Rune daggers (plain, no poison at all)
Maple longbow (u)
Yew longbow (u)
Adamant platebodies
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Well, there a few things that MAKE you money even if you buy the nature runes:
Air Battlestaves
White Chainbodies

Other things with minimal loss:
Rune daggers (plain, no poison at all)
Maple longbow (u)
Yew longbow (u)
Adamant platebodies

Also if bought for under 60k each, dragon med helms are good to alch. And rune javelins are about 1.2 gp/exp for alching.

A lot of items that are decent aren't on the tip.it high alch guide. But most are dragon items any way.
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