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ProtoRob

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  1. Elias is very religious you see, so can only spend a few months at a time doing trivial things like playing RS before he has to get... ... back2pray. Anyway, has anyone done time calculations in a while, I'm just wondering how many hours Jake has til 5b? Will he probably be aiming for 5.2b I assume? That was one of the lamest puns I've ever heard... ...and it was hilarious. I think we should find out more about Elvis's plans, so without further ado, a little less conversation, a little more action please
  2. inb4 the game is an agility only version of RS
  3. What effect has 07 had on the race to 200m all in EoC? Are world pops down and as a result spawn rates? how drastically is this effecting xp/hour in various skills, i found it nigh on impossible to get within 20-30k exp/hour when hunting in a sup optimal world.
  4. You make it sound like he was in prison rather than gaining an education in order to potentially improve his future life.
  5. Barb fishing was about 65k/hour for me with alching. Thieving @ menaphite thugs is 270k/hour
  6. Perfect is impossible and daft to aim for, but if its not accurate whats the point? Whether skills have genuinely got a time cost of 0 or not is pretty relevant. Mage being something like 200 hours alching (@65k/hour) Melee being 525 hours (@80k/hour)
  7. That is awesome, thanks very much for writing it. I'd love to get Gemeos involved, he might not be up to date on exp/hour, but he's spent a decent amount of time working on time calcs, so I'm sure he'd have a lot to offer. He was always keen to use methods that most top players would use rather than the ultimately fastest ones. Please could you post a list of what method and the rough exp/hour you gave to it? Means each method can be discussed, possible alternatives suggested, and we could get more people providing figures for average exp/hour rather than just the top end. Some thoughts of mine, Template for skills/methods/xp rates
  8. ilogout and theclown04 both released videos of the crossover method a good 4 or 5 years ago showing the location mastered, i'll have a look if either still have them. Says he managed to get 60k mage + 60k mining in a later video where he's alching, but thats after varrock achievement.
  9. i think... 1) unlock as many methods of transportation as possible, 2) Hunting for cash. 3) Invest in kingdom/merching, (continue thing throughout) 4) Fletching till you can do bolts whilst rcing and doing agility 5) agility catching high level implings as you go 6) Rc, whilst its still easy enough to get runners ( a perfectly acceptable method imo) 7) Construction until you get all portals for transportation and your own gilded altar, 8) Prayer to 12.5m 9) Mining to 12.5m 10) Chin to 70 defence 11) Slay to 99 using cannon on as many tasks as possible After this I don't see much consequence to the order in which you do skills. Edit: Perhaps cooking or herblore before slayer to avoid having to buy supplies that you will later go on to make anyway Edit 2: Iron is faster than granite
  10. So what are the fastest/most efficient methods for most exp in each skill? Cooking - Sharks @ Rogues den Fletching - addy bolts whilst agil/runecraft/loads of others? or is the break even/cost of mages or yews more worthwhile? Hunter - Chins over sallies for gp? Thieving - Blackjacking menaphite thugs or plunder? Mining - Iron + mousekeys triple dropping slightly beats granite Fishing = barbarian heavy rod, not seen if 2 tic or any catch rate improvement is possible magic bursting then barraging, but most players would alch? Range = chinning, not entirely though since a cannon increases slayer exp/hour. Wonder how much range exp cannon would get on the road to 99 slay Rcing = laws with runners? or is double nats easier to get runners for? Con = mahog tables? or are mahogany planks too rare/not high enough supply (yet?) Crafting = various levels of d hide bodies Woodcutting = willows Prayer = d bones (dag not enough supply?) Agility = dorgeshun yet? or ape atoll? def+hp = chinning or bursting/barraging? Cant imagine it being efficient to not get the stats and complete kings ransom for piety. Must be quicker than the hours lost on the road to 99 melees?
  11. Cheers for the post, I'll try and add it in now.
  12. Cheers for the posts in relation to progress, updating them to the front page. Any pictures are appreciated..
  13. I think it'l be interesting to see how exp rates change as the economy develops and items join the game. It'll be fun to be the first to unlock items like whips, but inefficient to slay with weak gear. Any idea how Atrate was training? Blackjacking menaphites used to be on a par with plunder in one of Zarfot's videos.
  14. Seen loads of posts in the 200m all skills thread in regards to Rs07. I can see how they're a similar topic, but since there is a dedicated OS forum I reckon it's a decent time to jump in and start this topic here. So without further ado.... Feel free to discuss: Contenders to achieve 2277 first First to various 99s Strategies relating to 99 all in RS07 Optimal training methods/efficiency Tracking site for Rs07 http://crystalmathlabs.com/tracker/ (Thanks to ca2theone for linking and Foot for making it) Initial notes
  15. Looking at pure guides from the time might be a good idea. I remember making a pure or two in 2007 and one of the first things I did was the waterfall quest. Gives you 30 att and str within an hour or so. Guessing how the economy will be shaped doesn't sound like a great idea to me, I think that choosing tasks and goals that work without the need for money makes more sense. Perhaps 23 thieving, then training up agility or hunter. Agility will help with any skill that doesn't revolve around bankstanding, as well as making dailies quicker. If you hunt first though it could provide starter cash allowing you to train mage and buy tele runes to improve your gameplay. After achieving an optimum base, certain skills must be prioritised to improve the training of others, nothing precedes agility beyond a simple base level though? I'd love to know what date in 2007 they're basing it on though, 9th december perhaps?
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