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  1. I just copied everything in excel. The best formula I could get out of it was: y = 0,0011x^6 - 0,3331x^5 + 37,596x^4 - 2009,7x^3 + 50770x^2 - 520060x + 1•10^6 R² = 0,99961 So you can use that as nearly accurate to calculate :P It isn't 100% accurate though (you would then get R²=1) However I did get an accurate formula for the experience difference: y = 83,463 • e^0,0989x R² = 1 When x=0 it tells the difference between level 0 and 1, x=1 tells the difference between level 1 and 2 and so on. It may not be 100% accurate at the lower levels because of the rounding system that jagex uses. edit: nvm it isn't as accurate as I thought, though it is pretty near the actual formula, I think jagex rouding everything down screwed up my excel results. Edit: @Suomi Don't let the opinion of others change who you are or what you do, it is your life not theirs. What is the point of that difference formula? It is less accurate and as complicated as the approximation that immediately follows from the real formula, y(x) = (1/4) * (x - 1 + 300 * 2^((x-1)/7) ). Further, R^2 for polynomials don't say anything as the poster above me already mentioned. @S U O M I, I like your attitude towards the game.
  2. Why? Is there any way to see what floors one has left, other than going there?
  3. Why blind, why morbidly obese, and why 80? And tbh the most hardcore WoW player I know is happily married to another hardcore WoWer. getting to 99 in all skills in runescape takes alot more than just hardcore playing. its spending a life time on runescape Getting all 99s can be done in 2 years with about 2 hours a day... I have never seen a maxed player with 60 days playtime. I think 5 hours a day for 2 years is more reasonable.
  4. Today I decided to (finally) level all my skills to 80+ so I got 77-80 runecrafting (most xp by finishing WGS) and 79-80 thieving today to finish my goal. Rate/Hate
  5. Yap, that should be it then. Namechanging ability got added to the game on October 1, 2009. I guess so too. He also got his personal mining (1m), attack, prayer, magic, strength and summoning records on April 10.
  6. How do you explain magic/fletch though? Bursting rock lobs for mage? Fletching magic longbows for fletching? I Suppose because: Fletch can be trained by making bolts/arrows together with anything that requires at most 25 inventory slots, e.g. woodcutting or farming. Magic is trained by superheating gold and teleporting (especially at ZMI)
  7. Catching kebbits is faster than salamanders or chinchompas to get 69-80 hunter. With a bonecrusher it is even more xp/hr. Also, it is much easier to find an empty world. So yea, I don't know why people don't train on them. Edit: I am not saying the bonecrusher is worth it. Just tossing in an extra feature of the bonecrusher. I understand that, but I'm saying that even in hunter, it is far from worth it. If kebbits are as fast as you say they are, how come no one trains on them? Can kebbits get over 100k per hour, like Salamanders can? I've yet to see anyone provide solid xp/hr rates of any kebbit, and I've never seen them recommended by anyone to train hunter on. Finding an empty world isn't an issue. For red sallys, you could just hunt iceberg penguins for the same xp with no crowds. For chins, just use the surround method for more catches per hour AND a far lesser need to compete for spawns. If you can catch about 450 red salamanders an hour, that's 2k prayer xp, IF they dropped bones. They don't. How many kebbits can you catch per hour? It's going to be around 2k, if not less. 2k prayer xp is literally a few seconds, 6 dragon bones, and 31k. Not many people know the method I suppose, plus it requires a lot of clicking which people tend to hate. I didn't calculate the xp/hr, but I think 100k xp/hr is possibly using the dashing and dark kebbit spawns that are close to each other, on a full world, if that is possibly for red salamanders. I found that, using that method, I caught a little bit more than twice as many kebbits as red salamanders per hour. Also, the bonecrusher saves time in training hunter (and possibly prayer). If you catch a kebbit without a bonecrusher you get the bones (and fur) in your inventory, this you have to burry or drop. If you use a bonecrusher they are immediately burried. Hence, using your numbers, the time saved is not the time to offer those 6 dragon bones to a gilded altar but to burry those 450 regular bones (or drop those bones and offer 6 dragon bones to an altar).
  8. Catching kebbits is faster than salamanders or chinchompas to get 69-80 hunter. With a bonecrusher it is even more xp/hr. Also, it is much easier to find an empty world. So yea, I don't know why people don't train on them. Edit: I am not saying the bonecrusher is worth it. Just tossing in an extra feature of the bonecrusher.
  9. The bonecrusher is also nice for some hunting activities. For example to collect my weekly strange rocks I do falconry, the bonecrusher saves me the time to bury (drop?) the bones.
  10. cutting gems is also a viable option.
  11. Making flat packs works indeed and the rocks appear directly in your inventory. Just being in your house doesn't work anymore (I learned it the hard way too)
  12. Gold bracelets are more expensive btw, also because of their high alch price.
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