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  1. Well I find a new thing I don't like...I used to go to Kuradel for slayer task. Guess what? Not strong enough now. I have a bad feeling about this...
  2. I still don't understand why the combat lvl was taken down. I didn't liked the idea, and I still don't like it. That Jagex balanced the combat triangle, thats a good thing I guess. 1. The amount of damage done shown in graphics is horrible. 2. Scaling the cb lvl, what was wrong with lvl 200? 138 is so random... 3. Regenerate graphic...yuk I hope I can find things that I DO like. But def not going to do legacy. There is only 1 thing that crosses my mind: all those people that nagged Jagex about "the old runescape was better!" have won...it makes me sad. For me, the game died a little.
  3. With 50 farming I think you should stick to the rannar, or try toadflax for a change. Dwarf weed is #1 herb in high demand. I found lantadyme in high demand too, but in your case...prob stick to the rannar or try toadflax.
  4. Bossing is out of the question. But as said, you might be able to kill blue dragons in Taverly Dungeon. The hides and bones are kinda worth it I guess. Dragon bones are always in demand for prayer.
  5. And Catherby lodestone is not even 10 second walk to fishing shop for that matter. So it is just about people being to lazy to teleport to a lodestone?
  6. I wouldnt say I discovered it, but it caught my attention that a shell is worth some thing and people dont mention it for some easy moneymaking.
  7. Tortoises are weak to air spells and only lvl 72 but I used Bandos tassets, boots and chest, ags, neitzinot helmet, ring of wealth and glory amulet. There are only 3 tortoises there, and 1 has 3 gnomes on his back, and they attack you when you kill the tortoise. But I slash through them like they dont exist. The gnomes are ranger, mage and melee guy. Lvl 72 too. Att: 76 Str: 79 Def: 77 Certainly, for some lower levels it would be good to get some easy money. The thing is: I cant think of something that nets the same wealth, in that time, and without the effort.
  8. So here I am, at Gnome Tree Village. I was a little bored and I was scrolling through my bank. I saw tortoise shells in my bank and figured out they were worth 16K! I tried to kill the tortoises in Gnome Tree Village, allthough its really easy kill. I ended up with 12 shells in 15-20 minutes. Wich is a total of 194K. Today I went back, now I ended up with 16 shells wich is worth 259K with no real effort, and no real time wasting. Tortoises drop 1-3 shells when they drop, and I found out its not a really rare drop either. My question: am I just being very very lucky with the drops? Is it really worth it to be 30 minutes there and fill an inventory with shells a day or so? And the question from title: is it a moneymaker?
  9. It's IMO not very good to say: Slayer is crap, expecially when you are under 83. Please explain it then. Slayer gives decent money. Especially Abberant Spectres. They drop so much herbs, it's even profit when you use ppots. Every task I get 2 or 3 addy platelegs, a robe bottom, and then I won't mention torstol and snapdragon seeds. Chaldear comes up with blue drags, pretty much. So the bones and hides make you money. And that with slayer levels lower then 83. Moneymakers: farm herbs. Really, farm them. You can get some nice seeds from pickpocketing Master Farmers, ánd when you do slayer, you have a chance of herb seed drops. Pick something you like. Fishing can gain some good cash, when you go for monks, sharks, lobsters, cave fish and rock fish. If you don't have the two quests to go for MTK, do them. MTK yields good profit when you sell the herbs. Be sure to set 5 on fish, and 10 on herbs for the best result. Dragon killing is good, green dragons that is. The bones and hides are worth good money. Pick the best set-up, maybe some food, and slay in CT. When your iventory is full, bank, repeat. Investing 800K in hides, and tan them in Al Kharid even profits you. Red hides, green hides, blue hides, black hides (in that order from most profit, to not so much profit). Barrows is gambling imo. You can end up with runes, wich you can sell offcourse, all the time. Or you are very lucky and get a barrow piece in your first ten runs. The game is fun, and you can get an nice amount of money, but it isn't sure you will gain lots of profit from the start.
  10. There are Greaters in the Wilderness Volcano I believe, but they are spread out to. Maybe not much. I think the Jellie is winning here. Lots of them to kill, easy kill, and good drop rate. Maybe a test on this will give some insight. And I mean some, because getting a clue is a way of luck.
  11. Sawmill is a little better, and when using crystal saw, your exp will go up more. But you need to focus on the jobs. Ivy is a less exp an hour, but AFKing. If you can't focus for an hour on doing just the jobs, you are better off at Ivy's and do something while cutting. But if you want the 99, and you can focus, do the jobs at the sawmill.
  12. I love my Sara Sword. I didn't had the money for SGS, but it works well on my tasks. It's about 11 mil max. The zammy spear is very usefull if you do slayer at Kuradel. As she assigns living rock creatures and Waterfiends more often then Duradel I heard from a friend. Well, the waterfiends, Duradel don't assign Living rocks. Zammy spear crush attack wins from SS crush attack. But since the zammy spear is like 4 mil, investing 15 mil in good weapons can be nice. Berserker ring is very good too. Little expensive. If you don't wish to buy it, maybe warrior ring, +4 to slash when you use whip. Maybe get your prayer up, or herblore. You deffnitly want the extreme pots/overload. But raising that will cost you lots of money. So making a wise decision is up to you :)
  13. In the chaos tunnels there is no safespot. So you should tank them there, by using B2P tabs or cast. In the smokey well, they are spread out, but there are safespots. Don't forget your facemask/masked earmuffs/slayer helmet.
  14. If you decide to go for 99 WC (and with 2 weeks time, and "only" 3 mil exp to go) get your butt to: Ivy, best exp, AFKing, or: sawmill, more clicking, better xp then ivy some say. As I had to look up your stats, because I'm on a lacky computer, I see that there is 1 skill, that jumps out. Herblore. Lowest skill. Be sure to set MTK on 10 herbs, 5 fish. Sell the herbs you don't use, and try to level herblore. In the end, you can get the upper hand in combat. Be sure to do slayer. You make money, ánd, when you put much time in RS, you don't want to just click and wait. And a higher slayer level means some nice creatures will pass. Last thing: if you can find a good team, try some monster hunting. It's a challenge, and fun. Be sure to get some players with 90+ melee stats in a team and kill in the evening, or when you're all online.
  15. I think it can work well. The granite shield provides good range def. But with your stats, you can try other armour too. Switch the black dragonhide body with a platebody for instance. I used that too, worked also good. Aviansies have no range def. So hitting them won't be hard. As I said: play with it, in the long run you can manage to get the best armour set-up that works for you. Oh, can you tell me why you use mithril or adamanite bolts? You can buy broad bolts on GE. They are lower in price, and hit as good as mithril, little less then addy. But if you have them, and you feel good, use them ofcourse :) Oh en when you grapple the wall, you don't need a bandos item. I only wear it to prevent getting attacked when I enter, and when I walk around. I don't like getting attacked ;)
  16. Best changes every few months: fish, wc (seeds price is most important), flax are almost always the top. rare woods is always the rock bottom (and almost always unproffitable).. Mining is also always good, and might be a top choice with the high uncut prices these days.. Herbs I didn't study enough to draw conclusions, but I never found them really profitable (though the last time I looked at the graph for herbs was over a year ago, so idk). Herbs are a great way to make money nowadays. Since the herblore update they went crazy. That's why everyone says MTK. It is a moneymaker, as well as the best way to earn a good amount of herbs each week.
  17. Without a doubt, it's achievable. But the problem kicks in when you decide to go for it. Can you stay focussed long enough to achieve this? I can't even stand a task of jellies. I go like: jelly...click...jelly...ooohhhh nice shiny thing...and then after 10 minutes I think: I was doing jellies, not staring at a nice shiny thing!! If you do a clue a day, just when you feel you need a break, I think you can handle it. You didn't asked this in the first place if you aren't much of a focussed player ;) You are insane, yet, brave if you can handle this :)
  18. Training melee stats should be done with slayer. 8 out of 10 tasks is best to melee. Green Dragons can be killed, but keep in mind revenants wander the Wilderness nowadays. I get attacked by a revenant even before I filled my iventory with bones/hides. Alternative is to use chaos tunnels. But thats multi combat, and the annoying baby black dragons make it harder. So I say: slayer. For range nothing has really changed. Aviansies are the best exp/gp rating. Just DON'T (no really) wear a RoW while killing. Addy bars are not rare from them. You can make quiet some exp and money there. Keep in mind you need a sara item, zammy item, bandos item, and armadyl item. I go to GWD with: zammy coif, torag platebody, sara chaps, accumulator, rune xbow, broad bolts, granite shield, bandos boots and pendant of armadyl. I use the pendant to prevent getting attacked by aviansies, so I can pick my own spot to kill. You can bring a sara praybook or zammy praybook so you can equip yourself with other armour. Just play with it a little bit, and you will come to your own set-up that works. Probs not the best set-up people will say, but it works great for me. I take little damage, and when I need to heal, I pick up bones and use B2P. And they last LONG. High alching is still a good way to train up your magic. Some items hold profit, or little loss. You should check out the calculators on the tip.it website to make a bet. I see you are making cannonballs. You can switch to steel plate and alch them. No profit in there, but some people advice it. I just see this as an alternative. (dragon med helmets still hold profit, the only reason people buy them is to high alch).
  19. Strykewyrms drop dropped herbs fairly often, but not often enough to really justify killing them for herbs (not that you can, anyway). You're better off killing Chaos Druids or Ab Specs then banking. Sorry. Plenty of ores from Living Rocks. Avaianses drop adamant bars (noted) very often. I don't think any monster drops noted gems often enough to make it anything other than rare. No idea on the fish. Remember if you want to gather your own supplies, a great way to do this is MTK. On the fish: brine rats drop noted sharks, and noted lobsters quiet often.
  20. D bones are likely to rise more. Although rumours tell us there are new prayer updates, we don't know for sure. Rumours tend to increase the price of the d bones. Buy d bones and maybe when on members you can hunt down dragons, so you can use the hides to buy more bones. 20 gp/exp d bones 45gp/exp ourg bones D bones are superior in any way. Ourg bones are only worth it, if you are able to get them yourself. But since it's time consuming, it's not adviced.
  21. People alch these days pretty much. It's really what you want. Maging metal drags is an option. With 65 magic you could go with chaos gauntlets and use fire bolt. Slayer dart on they other hand, seems to be a highly choosed option. I'm killing Iron Drags as slayer task, and see people often using slayer dart. They seem to hit pretty well, allthough I don't know anything about their stats. But, maging metal drags with 65 magic is very slow. I went their with range and magic before, and it even took a while to kill 1 iron dragon. Not to mention the not very well choice of my spot. So a steel drag kicked in pretty often. Then you have alching. Since plank make is out of range for you, and since I doubt that super heat will give a nice profit (to buy nature runes and items you wish to alch) if you don't have the material already, high alch is the choice. You can cast high alch every 2 seconds I believe. 30 times a minute, 1800 times an hour. If stay focussed. I personally, believe that 1K casts is doable. But then you need keyboard to prevent any problems with your arms, shoulder and finger. 1K casts = 65K exp so if you can manage to do 1K casts an hour, you get 65K exp. This is just estimated. Hope someone can confirm or bust this, without flaming.
  22. Confirmed. I did it from 62-66, no competition, and it goes pretty fast.
  23. From my experience with fletching: it can bring you money, but don't expect big loads of cash. I bought the strings and unstrung yewbows, and string them. When I'm done, I sell them in ge for mid price. They always sell, and I gain a few 100K profit. So you CAN make money, although you need thousands of bows to string before you can see the real money comes in. The skill isn't moneydrain at all, offcourse, if you want to level fast, use magics, and you will burn through cash like a bank nowadays. If you want good money, don't use fletching. It will gain profit, but the rate is slow.
  24. The only thing you are looking for is slight profit, break even, or little loss. 7K casts is the same, whether you use it on a ball of wool, or on a rune full helmet. Offcourse there are better things to alch, but you won't get your hands on it in bulk. Buy yew longs in ge, or make the magic longs yourself.
  25. Don't want to take over the topic but: for Canifis portal, I really need Desert Treasure? I'm building my house now to, and I want the portals so I can get around quick, might do some barrow runs (I'm a barrows virgin lol).
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