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NealolaeN

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About NealolaeN

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  1. Personally, I would recommend doing Exiled Kalphites (in the grave room). They often drop rune items, lots of charms, herbs and of course 100% drop of damaged chitin.
  2. Awesome! Looking forward to going; assuming I'm around ofc :D
  3. Hey there, First off, for my action bar, I tend to use: - Sonic wave - Combust - Wrack - Dragon breath - Impact - Wild magic - Asphyxiate - Any damaging ultimate - Guthix's blessing - Freedom Last two are free for whatever. I'd suggest not using Chain because you sometimes hit multiple Glacors and have a bit of trouble on your hands. Next then, either ovl or extreme magic potions work well, so that's up to you. Seeing as you can't use Soul Split yet, use protection prayers going along with the arms on the Glacor. definitely use fire wave until you have access to fire surge. I'm not sure about xp/hr with fire wave, but I'd assume roughly 150k. Unfortunately I don't have invy pictures, so I'll just tell you what I use: - 1 hour of potions (3 ovl, and whatever you find you need in terms of prayer potions for that time) - 50-100 high alchemy casts - charming imp (not necessary) - 10 food (monks or higher would be best) To save on prayer/food, bring an aura with you. Gl with them! Feel free to pm me in game - NealolaeN
  4. As everyone here said, Glacors are excellent xp. I did roughly 89-99 magic at those having done 94-99 once EoC was already in game. They give you around 3.5k magic experience per kill and it is easily possible to get 60+ kills per hour even in pretty cheap gear (I did most of it using Arma bstaff with subju robes). This easily translates to 210k magic xp/hr. I've heard of people getting 100 kills per hour as well having invested in high level gear which means a whopping 350k xp/hr. The charms are also excellent since they drop 3 charms at a time with the majority of them being crimson or blue. Unfortunately, basically any good monsters have fairly substantial quest requirements so if you want to access the best training spots, you'll have to do quite a bit of other leveling but it is well worth it in the end. Gl! Nealo
  5. The royal crossbow would also be a good upgrade for those who can make it at least most of the way through a Queen Black Dragon fight. Inexpensive but a formidable ranged weapon. Nealo
  6. Good guide m8! Some other things it might be good to comment on are the re-spawn rate of the KQ so that players will know whether it's really worth doing multiple kills per trip. Another thing that players could find useful is the use of summoning familiars. (Is it better to use a BoB or a healing familiar like a unicorn?) You could also show alternate routes to KQ such as the broomstick that teleports a player to the sorcerer's garden which is just outside the Shanty Pass or else the use of a fairy ring. Further gear upgrades could also be good or else downgrades for those who are strapped for cash. Likewise, a suggested levels part could also be good and maybe even a section about using magic for killing it. Hope you keep adding to this guide as you improve methods! Nealo
  7. The xp reward from this miniquest is 375k divination experience (not bonus). It's given out as 25k xp per memory received, so 15 x 25k. In addition to this, you receive 150k bonus xp.
  8. While I'm sure you are most likely already fully aware of this. (Probably as a result of EoC and needing to find the xp/monster) I'm just posting this to make sure someone from Tip It is working on it. NealolaeN P.S. If there's already a topic about this or whatever, please lock/delete this thread.
  9. This method isn't that quick since it requires lots of questing, however, if you just meant fast exp once you start using magic, then I would suggest finishing TONS of quests and doing Ritual of the Mahjarrat. First off, there are lots of quest rewards along the way which you can use on magic, and this quest unlocks Glacors which I have found to be one of the best monsters for both magic xp and money in game. They just require some practice at first when you start to kill them. Again though, if you meant fast xp right this second, then this isn't the method for you.
  10. Hey there Sorator, thanks for the data! I'll add it right away. As for the xp per requested rune, it's always the same since at level 81 rc, I gave the requested rune every time and got 5346 xp per time regardless of whether it was deaths that were requested or minds requested. ~NealolaeN~
  11. Just to expand on what has already been said, Blood Esswraiths give 73xp per successful siphon and 3 points per blood rune. Death esswraiths give 60xp per successful siphon and (I think) 2-3 points per death rune. Blood Pools meanwhile give 146-147 per successful siphon. If you haven't already noticed, the single-rune nodes give double the experience per siphon than the creatures do. I hope you don't mind me saying this, but if you do, tell me and I'll take it off if you find it's advertising of my own topic. Anyways, on my topic "Runespan Experience", I'm trying to find experience rates for wizards and the info may come in handy for some things in your guide. Seems like an awesome guide so far though, keep up the good work! ~NealolaeN~
  12. Hey there everyone, Attention anyone reading this. I could really use help in getting what I assume will be the final 2 data amounts to have a complete list from 20-99 Runecrafting. Anybody with 64 and 65 Runecrafting, please consider going to The Runespan and waiting for 10 minutes or so and give the wizard the rune he is asking for. Then please make a post with your RC level and the exact amount of experience you got at that level. It would be very greatly appreciated! Thank you! So far I have yet to see an actual table of experience gained per wizard at each runecrafting level. I found this would be very interesting and possibly a great way to improve xp/hour since are levels at which one may consider not hunting the wizard anymore because the time spent getting that xp is superior to the normal amount of time spent for the same xp. Seeing as I'm already level 85 runecrafting and only started recording this data at 79, I'll need YOU, my fellow Tip.it-ers to help me gain a good picture of the experience per wizard. Simply tell me what Runecrafting level you are and how much experience you received from the wizard for the "best rune" as in the one the wizard asks for. Thank you! Hope this experience guide helps you out. NEW - Complete re-work of xp tables. Will now show experience for the "best" rune in one table and another table will be below this one showing the experience for different types of runes. Wizard Xp Rates So far, I've had a few friends helping me and I'm looking to confirm these numbers as well as add all other levels. An interesting thing about wizard xp rates is that there is a sudden jump in xp/wizard at level 77 using the rune the wizard asks for. Level - Experience with “best” rune 7 - 14 8 - ? 10 - ? 11 - 22 12 - ? 13 - ? 15 - 60 Most likely another xp jump here 16 - 64 17 - 68 18 - 72 19 - 76 20 - ? Xp jump here most likely 21 - 294 22 - 308 <-- at these levels, the experience is actually the SAME if you use either the highest rune (being body runes which must be bought to be used) or the “best” rune. 23 - 322 24 - 336 25 - 350 26 - 364 27 - 378 28 - 392 29 - 408 30 - 420 31 - 434 32 - 448 33 - 462 34 - 476 35 - 490 36 - 504 37 - 518 38 - 532 39 - 546 40 - 560 41 - 574 42 - 588 43 - 602 44 - 616 45 - 630 46 - 644 47 - 658 48 - 672 49 - 686 50 - 700 51 - 714 52 - 728 53 - 742 54 - 756 68 - 1904 69 - 1932 70 - 1960 71 - 1988 72 - 2016 73 - 2044 74 - 2072 75 - 2100 76 - 2128 ===Jump in experience, better to use the requested rune from now on.=== 77 - 5082 78 - 5148 79 - 5214 80 - 5280 81 - 5346 82 - 5412 83 - 5478 84 - 5544 85 - 5610 86 - 5676 87 - 5742 88 - 5808 89 - 5874 90 - 6840 91 - 6916 92 - 6992 93 - 7068 94 - 7144 95 - 7220 96 - 7296 97 - 7372 98 - 7448 99 - 7524 Oddly enough, experience for the “best” rune continued with 2 xp improvement per level until at least level 11, with it likely continuing until level 14. This would mean that from 1-14, the xp for the “best” rune improves by 2 per level. For levels 15-19, the xp per level improves by 4 for the “best” rune. Based on all the data from 20-54, the xp improves by 14 for each level for the “best” rune. As for the experience from at least levels 68-76, the xp improves by 28 xp per level for the “best” rune. From 77-89, for the “best” rune it improves by 66 xp per level this compares to blood runes which increase at a rate of 60 xp per level, meaning from now on it's better to give the “best” rune. At level 90, there's another experience jump where it starts improving by 76 xp per level for the “best” rune. I would also like to get experience rates from 60-67 since I'm assuming there is another jump at 65 with the addition of death runes. Formulas for wizard experience as found so far. 1 - 11? Or higher? with “best” rune: Level x 2 15 - 19 with “best” rune: Level x 4 20 - 54 with “best” rune: Level x 14 Under 77 most likely from 65, using “best” rune: Level x 28 77- 89, using “best” rune: Level x 66 90 and up, using “best” rune: Level x 76 Experience gotten with different rune types * Note that these rates remain constant no matter what level you are in Runecrafting Air Runes (1 - 4): Level x 2 1 - 2 exp 2 - 4 exp 3 - 6 exp 4 - 8 exp Mind Runes (1 - 4): Level x 4 1 - 4 exp 2 - 8 exp 3 - 12 exp 4 - 16 exp Water Runes (5-8): Level x 6 5 - 30 exp 6 - 36 exp 7 - 42 exp 8 - 48 exp Earth Runes (9-14): Level x 8 9 - 72 exp 10 - 80 exp 11 - 88 exp 12 - 96 exp 13 - 104 exp 14 - 112 exp Fire Runes (15 - 32): Level x 10 15 - 150 exp 16 - 160 exp 17 - 170 exp 18 - 180 exp 19 - 190 exp 20 - 200 exp 21 - 210 exp 22 - 220 exp 23 - 230 exp 24 - 240 exp 25 - 250 exp 26 - 260 exp 27 - 270 exp 28 - 280 exp 29 - 290 exp 30 - 300 exp 31 - 310 exp 32 - 320 exp For completeness, Body Runes will be included from levels 20 - 26 since that is the time at which cosmic runes come into prominence even though the only way to access these at these levels are to buy them for points. After this, Cosmic Runes will be included from levels 27 - 34 even though they are again only available from purchase for points until floor 2 is unlocked at level 33 Runecrafting. Body Runes (20 - 26): Level x 14 20 - 280 exp 21 - 294 exp 22 - 308 exp 23 - 322 exp 24 - 336 exp 25 - 350 exp 26 - 366 exp Cosmic Runes (27 - 34): Level x 18 27 - 486 exp 28 - 504 exp 29 - 522 exp 30 - 540 exp 31 - 558 exp 32 - 576 exp 33 - 594 exp 34 - 612 exp Chaos Runes (35 - 39): Level x 22 35 - 770 36 - 792 37 - 814 38 - 836 39 - 858 Astral Runes (40 - 43): Level x 26 40 - 1040 41 - 1066 42 - 1092 43 - 1118 Nature Runes (44 - 53): Level x 30 44 - 1320 45 - 1350 46 - 1380 47 - 1410 48 - 1440 49 - 1470 50 - 1500 51 - 1530 52 - 1560 53 - 1590 Law Runes (54 - 64): Level x 34 54 - 1836 55 - 1870 56 - 1904 57 - 1938 58 - 1972 59 - 2006 60 - 2040 61 - 2074 62 - 2108 63 - 2142 64 - 2176 Death Runes (65 - 76): Level x 50 65 - 3250 exp 66 - 3300 exp 67 - 3350 exp 68 - 3400 exp 69 - 3450 exp 70 - 3500 exp 71 - 3550 exp 72 - 3600 exp 73 - 3650 exp 74 - 3700 exp 75 - 3750 exp 76 - 3800 exp Blood Runes (77 - 89): Level x 60 77 - 4620 exp 78 - 4680 exp 79 - 4740 exp 80 - 4800 exp 81 - 4860 exp 82 - 4920 exp 83 - 4980 exp 84 - 5040 exp 85 - 5100 exp 86 - 5160 exp 87 - 5220 exp 88 - 5280 exp 89 - 5340 exp Soul Runes (90 - 99): Level x 70 90 - 6300 exp 91 - 6370 exp 92 - 6440 exp 93 - 6510 exp 94 - 6580 exp 95 - 6650 exp 96 - 6720 exp 97 - 6790 exp 98 - 6860 exp 99 - 6930 exp If you'd like to contribute data, please state: Runecrafting level: Experience gotten: Did you give the "best rune"?: If not, which rune did you give?: Feel free to ask any questions or point out any errors I may have made. Thanks for taking the time to read this! ~NealolaeN~ Acknowledgements HUGE thanks to all people who have participated in helping me gather research. Would have been extremely long trying to gain all the data points on my own so far. So keep the data coming! Every bit helps, whether to confirm data or to add new data!
  13. Another interesting thing to test out would be the amount of magic defense you naturally get just from your magic level since Jagex states that as your magic level increases, so too do your magical defenses. If that's the case, then you may want to try doing tests using different magic levels as well so that your data will be even more complete. For example, have a person with 99 mage vs 99 mage, followed by 99 mage vs 90 mage and so on until you get a very good idea of the effects magic equipment defenses play while fighting.
  14. I'm not sure if I'm quite following what you're all talking about, but using polypore staff is a very good method, usually averaging about 410 max damage at 90 mage with overload (brings mage up to 97). Also, polypore is a [fairly] fast hitting weapon, and most of the time it WILL hit the required 300 damage in just one attack turn to switch it from melee to magic prayer. Because of this, both weapons I use deal about the same amount of damage which I figure is probably one of best things about this method since you don't need to worry about which style is getting the majority of damage dealing time. I don't know how this stands up to other people, but with average-ish skills (96 atk/99 str/90 mage) I'm taking down a little over 2 demons per overload dose. Again, I'm not sure if this is quite what you wanted, but this is what I have noticed so far using polypore staff with CLS as melee weapon. ~NealolaeN~
  15. Hey Kent Glacors are now one of the best charm droppers in the game, especially for blues. This is because it is easy to kill 30+ per hour, they drop 3 charms at a time, and blue charms are the most common from them. And even better, they drop charms nearly every kill (about 4 kills no charms per 30 kills i think). Anyways, you should really consider adding this to your guide next time you update. Thanks for the amazing guide, NealolaeN :)
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