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Ouchy's F2P Guide To Firemaking and Woodcutting!

 

Written by: Ouchy_S

 

 

 

Table Of Contents

 

 

 

Starting Off

 

Recommended Clothes And Inventory

 

Training Spots For Woodcutter-banking you logs

 

Training Spots For Woodcutters-dropping or burning your logs

 

Places To Burn

 

Inventory Set-Up

 

Types Of Tree's

 

Types of Log's

 

*NEW* Wood Cutting For Profit

 

Fire Making-Slower and Cheaper Version

 

Fire Making-Faster and More Expensive Version

 

Keep Your Cool

 

How To Beat Bordem

 

Someone Stole My Line!!!

 

Thanks and Corrections

 

Tips And Tricks

 

FAQ

 

 

 

Starting Off

 

[hide=]First off you must decide whether you are going for fire making, wood cutting or both. If just fire making you must have a fair wad of cash kiddies. Not just 20 gp. But at least 1m+ depending on your goal level. You must also decide whether you want quick and fast and expensive way to level which involves using logs to the best of your ability that have high exp or go a bit slower for cheaper with more experience using logs lower than what you can burn. OoOoOo. Hard isn't it?

 

 

 

For wood cutters you must have the right axe and possibly the attack level to wield it if you want to get 1 more log each run. You must also decide if you are going to drop your preciouses or bank them. Cash or experience?

 

 

 

But if you are doing both you must decide if you are going to use the logs that you chop to burn your li'l fingers off or buy additional logs.

 

 

 

Both of these skills take time and money. Don't expect to reach you goal over night. Work for it you lazy bums![/hide]

 

 

 

Recommended Inventory And Clothes

 

 

 

Clothes And Inventory for Fire Makers.

 

[hide=]When Fire Making, your should try and stay as light as possible, so that you can run for longer from the bank, to the start of the line, and bank. If clothes are too heavy, you are going to be losing too much experience. I'm not going to tell you that you should wear "XXX" clothes, because any that are light weight will do the trick.

 

Here is a simple example of a light weight set up.

 

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Your inventory can be set up, however you choose it too be. There is no point in saying "Have it like, ra ra ra!", because different people require a inventory. Myself, I only need one tinderbox, but others like to use 2+[/hide]

 

 

 

Clothes And Inventory for Wood Cutters

 

 

 

[hide=]Wood Cutting works on the same principal as Fire Making, light weight clothes. Any light weight clothes will do, so I'm not going to tell you to wear "XXX"

 

Here is a simple example of what I would wear:

 

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The axe can either be wielded, or it can be left in your inventory. You can use a shield if you want to so that you have protection from Random Events, but bear in mind that this will make your slower, so you will get less experience.[/hide]

 

 

 

 

 

Training Spots for Wood Cutters-banking your logs

 

 

 

[hide=With Picture's][Levels] Start off in the forest next to Draynor village. Get used to Draynor Village and its trees because you are going to be here a lot. It is full of normal trees so you little munchikns can start your chopping dreams!

 

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When you have a full inventory go to the bank and ,well, bank!

 

 

 

Alternatively you can cut here:

 

Head over to the Grand Exchange and just outside the entrance there is this mother load of tree's.

 

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Bank when needed

 

 

 

[Levels] Same place, different tree. Go to the forest next to Draynor and chop oaks till you are level 35. If you stop at 30 and start chopping Willows you will find it looooong and PAINFUL :wall: !

 

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Once again bank your logs.

 

 

 

[Levels]

 

Yes. Oh noes! Guess where are you? Draynor Village! Never been here before have you? Start chopping the willows by the water. This area is usually crowded so change world when necessary and bank when necessary. If you are a level 3 skiller watch out for the dark wizards that are there for the level 3 bots-which have died. Stay near the back if this is you you silly skiller!

 

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[Levels]

 

Yes! It's True! Your finally out of Draynor! Now your up with the big boys. Chopping yews. It can at times be slow but you can go back to your little willows if you want :shame: nah i'm just kidding! :thumbsup: . Head over to Edgeville and chop the two Yews inside in the crumbling house. Ekk! If there are two many people then simply change worlds.

 

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Bank when needed.[/hide]

 

[hide=Without Picture's][Levels 1-20-35]

 

For the first few levels, you are going to use one of the following areas; Draynor Forest, and the South Varrock Forest.

 

 

 

Draynor/Lumbrige: To get to Draynor/Lumbridge Forest, walk EAST from Draynor Village, or WEST from Lumbridge Castle. This is a huge area, and there are lots of trees here, so competition should not be an issue. Make sure that you stay close to Draynor or Lumbridge, or else you will have a further distance to walk. This forest has both Normal and Oak Trees, so you can stay here up to Level 35.

 

 

 

Grand Exchange: To get to the Forest by the Grand Exchange, walk up to the South Entrance/Exit (The one by the two big hands holding money), and Walk SOUTH EAST. You should immediately be in the forest, which has many Trees to cut. The Forest has both of the necessary trees, so you can stay here to Level 35.

 

 

 

[35-70-99]

 

For these levels, we will be using Willow's, and we are going to be focusing on ONE town, but TWO spots. Draynor Village.

 

The first spot that we will be using is directly SOUTH of the bank, and is EAST of the Fishing Spot. There are five trees here for you to choose from, but I would recommend that you try to hop around the trees, or focus on two trees that are right next to each other.

 

The other alternative spot is a little further away from the bank, but it makes up for it, as there is usually no one there. The spot is located SOUTH of the Farming Patch, and EAST of the pub/bar. There are four tree's here, so you can get your inventory very quickly.

 

 

 

[70-99]

 

For these final level's, we have a choice of FOUR areas. We will be using Yew Trees.

 

 

 

Port Sarim: This spot is SOUTH of the Cabbage Patch, and NORTH EAST of the Farming Patch. There is usually no one there, and if you have the Lumbridge Explorers Ring 3, then the time it takes to get to the Tree's is greatly cut down. No pun intended.

 

 

 

Varrock: This spot is often always packed, so it might not always be the best alternative. To get to it, go to the EAST Grand Exchange Entrance/Exit, and keep waking EAST, above the castle. You should immediately hit one Yew Tree, with the others a few clicks away.

 

 

 

Edgeville: Like the Varrock spot, this is often used, and should be a last alternative. To get to it, walk to the hut, SOUTH of Edgeville Bank, and walk round to the trees. This spot can have lots of people, but it can also have very little, so world hopping is a must.

 

 

 

Falador: This spot is one the of the best. It is close to a bank, and there is rarely more than five people there. To get to it, exit Falador via the SOUTH Exit/Entrance, and then walk immediate WEST or EAST to go to one of the trees. It is advised that you stick with one tree, but if there is only a few people, then you can use both.[/hide]Training Spots for Wood Cutters-Dropping or burning your logs

 

 

 

[hide=With Pictures][Levels]

 

Head over to the forest North Of Alkaharid, South of Varrock, and East of the The Champion's Guild. Once again get familiar with your surrounding's as you gonna be here for a long time. Chop the normal trees till you are fill and drop or burn when you need to. Burn from along the path just after the gate to Al Kahrid

 

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Alternatively you can cut here:

 

Head over to the Grand Exchange and just outside the entrance there is this mother load of tree's.

 

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[Levels]

 

Same place dummy! Just chop oaks! Gosh! You got like 3 feet of air! Drop or burn when needed

 

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[Levels]

 

Head over to Draynor Village and follow the wall to Port Sarim by the farming patch. Chop the willows. These are rarely used anymore as the bots that used them left-for now =p. Drop when needed.

 

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Also head down behind the prison in Port Sarim. There are a few trees here for you kiddies!

 

South of Rimmington there are also a few willows to chop and get splinters in your li'l fingies =] I recommend these willows as they are close to a general store and have a good clean run at fire making:

 

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[Levels]

 

You are close young one! Head over to Melzars Maze in Rimmington and chop the yew tree's beside it. Drop or burn when necessary. Burn from the start of the path, just don't have a bath!

 

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[hide=Without Pictures][1-20-35]

 

For these first few Levels, we will be focusing on two spots, both in/near Varrock.

 

The first spot is just SOUTH of Varrock. To get it to, either walk NORTH from Alkahrid or Lumbridge, or SOUTH from Varrock. There is both Normal and Oak Tree's here, so you can stay there up to 35. To burn your logs, simply walk to the fence, and walk over the to entrance into Alkaharid, and start Fire Making. This should give you a good clean line so that you can go with being interrupted.

 

 

 

The second spot is located SOUTH of the Grand Exchange, right by the entrance. To get to the forest by the Grand Exchange, walk up to the South Entrance/Exit (The one by the two big hands holding money), and Walk SOUTH EAST. You should immediately be in the forest, which has many Trees to cut. The Forest has both of the necessary trees, so you can stay here to Level 35.

 

 

[35-70-99]

 

For these levels, we have a choice of THREE spots, all fairly close to each other. We will be using Willow Trees.

 

 

 

Rimmington: This is probably the best spot there is. To get to it, walk WEST from Port Sarim, or SOUTH from Rimmington. This spot is the best for efficient training once you hit about Level 45, but lots of people use it. It is good, as there is a clear Fire Making line, and you can sell your logs to the General Store, which saves you more time

 

 

 

Port Sarim: This spot is not so common, but is still very efficient to use. To get there, walk SOUTH of the prison/jail, and you will be there. Unfortunately, there is no where to Fire Make, as there is not a clear line here. The spot is still good though!

 

 

 

Draynor: This spot is SOUTH of the Cabbage Patch, and NORTH EAST of the Farming Patch. It is not so common, so you get more Expereince, but there is only 4 Trees. To Fire Make, walk NORTH past the Farming Patch, onto the designated 'path', and start Fire Making.

 

 

 

[70-99]

 

For the last few Levels, we are going to focus on one spot. Melzars Maze. To get there, walk NORTH WEST from Rimmington, or WEST from the Rimmington Mine. There are plenty of trees here, and usually no competition. Unfortunately, there is no uninterrupted Fire Making line.[/hide]

 

Places to Burn

 

 

 

[hide=]Edgeville:

 

Pros: Near to bank, lots of space to burn

 

Cons: Not as close to a bank as the Grand Exchange, gets a bit lonely as there aren't as many people there.

 

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Grand Exchange:

 

Pros: Doesn't get lonely, lots of space to burn, very close to bank

 

Cons: Noob-cakes trade you asking to buy burnt meat xD

 

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Draynor Village:

 

Pros: Doesn't get very lonely. Close to a bank

 

Cons: Only one to two lines available.

 

 

 

Falador West Bank:

 

Pro's: Many people can burn there, big open space, next to a bank.

 

Cons: None.

 

 

 

Varrock West Bank:

 

Pro's: Right in the action so it doesn't get lonely, close to a bank.

 

Cons: Only 2 lines available.

 

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Duel Arena:

 

Pro's: Very close to bank, and quick access, not much competition.

 

Cons: Only two lines available.

 

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Fist Of Guthix:

 

Pro's: Close to bank, big area to Fire Make, many lines available.

 

Con's: Can get a bit laggish and the designated worlds.[/hide]

 

 

 

Inventory Set Up

 

[hide=]Different people require different inventory set-ups when Fire Making. Some like the traditional one Tinderbox, others like many. There are more ways to Fire Make then listed here, you can experiment yourself, although I am listing the most common

 

 

 

Traditional Set-Up

 

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Most people who are new to it use this way. It is alright if you get use to it, but if you change it is hard to go back.

 

Likelihood of Carpal Tunnel: 4/5

 

 

 

Middle Set-Up

 

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A lot easier to use then the Traditional set-up, and my personal favourite. It is good because you are never moving your mouse the full distance

 

Likelihood of Carpal Tunnel: 3/5

 

 

 

"Inverted" Traditional Set-Up

 

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I have never tried this myself, but some people say that it is equal to or better than the Middle Set-Up. Looks effective though.

 

Likelihood of Carpal Tunnel: 3/5[/hide]

 

 

 

Type Of Trees

 

 

 

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Tree: Exp. Gained: 25

 

Required level: 1Recommended Level: 1Where to chop: Draynor Forrest

 

General Information: The newby tree that everyone stars off with. Good for chopping when you first start. But when you have your big boy axe you should realise when to stop

 

 

 

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Oak: Exp. Gained: 37.5

 

Required Level: 15Recommended: 25Where to Chop: Draynor Forrest

 

General Information: Next step up from your frooby tree. Quite fast and in a plentiful supply for everyone

 

 

 

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Willow: Exp. Gained: 67.5

 

Required Level: 30 Recommended: 40Where To Chop: Next To Draynor Bank or South of Rimmington

 

General Information: Arguably the best tree in the F2P world. They are often used by people who are training there Fire Making as well as people training Wood Cutting. My personal favourite tree.

 

 

 

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Yew: Exp. Gained: 175

 

Required Level: 60Recommended: 75Where To Chop: South Of Falador.

 

General Information: The slowest tree of the lot. Is quite hard to cut these for experience but they are quite nice for cash, time permitting of course.[/hide]

 

 

 

Types Of Logs

 

 

 

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Normal Log: Exp. Gained: 40

 

Required Level: 1Recommended: 1General Information: The log everyone starts out on. Easy to obtain, not recommended as a training log

 

 

 

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Oak Log: Exp. Gained: 60

 

Required Level: 15Recommended:20General Information: Next step up from the Normal Log. Not recommended as a training log

 

 

 

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Willow Log: Exp. Gained: 90

 

Required Level: 30Recommended: 35General Information: Most commonly used log. Easy to obtain, recommended as a training log

 

 

 

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Maple Log: Exp. Gained: 135

 

Required Level: 45Recommended: 50General Information: These are cut from P2P tree so you can only obtain from a player. Recommended as a training log.

 

 

 

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Yew Log: Exp. Gained: 202.5

 

Required Level: 60 Recommended: 65 General Information: The best F2P log available. They are rather expensive so not recommended as a training log.[/hide]

 

 

 

Wood Cutting For Profit

 

 

 

[hide=]Unfortunately, Wood Cutting for profit is not for everyone. You need to have a high Wood Cutting Level of over 75 to efficiently make efficient money, and 37 Magic is recommended.

 

 

 

Where to Wood Cut For Profit?

 

 

 

The spots you are going to use are both located South of Falador. We will be using the Rimmington Yews and the Yews South of Falador.

 

IMAGE HERE.

 

I recommend that you bring a Falador Teleport, as it will save time which means more Logs Per Hour.

 

 

 

If you follow this method, you can get about 150k+ an hour.[/hide]

 

 

 

Fire making-cheaper and slower version

 

[hide=]For 1-15 buy 61 normal logs at roughly 40 ea for 2.5k off the grand exchange

 

For 15-30 buy 183 oak logs for roughly 20 ea for 3.6k off the grand exchange

 

For 30-99 - yes, 30 to 99. Your burning willows baby! Buy 144,679 willows at roughly 20 ea for 2.96m off the exchange.

 

For45-99 buy 96,096 Maple Logs for 3.84m

 

These prices are always shifting but the amout of logs needed will always be true, unlike you =)[/hide]

 

 

 

Fire making-more expensive and faster version

 

[hide=]For 1-15 buy 61 normal logs at roughly 40 ea for 2.5k off the grand exchange

 

For 15-30 buy 183 oak logs for roughly 20 ea for 3.6k off the grand exchange

 

For 30-45 buy 535 willows for roughly 20 ea for 10.7k

 

For 45-60 buy 1573 maples for 50 ea for 78.8k

 

For 60-99 buy 63,016 yews for 418 ea for 26m-yes the price of a party hat![/sarcasm]

 

These prices are always shifting but the amount of logs needed will always be true, unlike you =)[/hide]

 

 

 

Keep your cool :evil: !!

 

 

 

When fire making and wood cutting keep calm! If you are cutting and you never get any logs then just change worlds or tree's. If you are fire making and some one starts to make fires right in front of you stopping you then just let them! Go change worlds. Have a coffee. But what ever you do, do not get emotional

 

 

 

 

 

How To Beat Bordem

 

 

 

Yeap, the most common problem of skilling, bordem. There are few thing you can do to beat it.

 

 

 

1. Listen to music: Yea, 'bout 20 other guides have said it but it does work. It often takes your mind away from the clicking repetitively and makes you calmer

 

 

 

2. Surf the web: Looking at other sites, such as the tip.it forum often relives bordem. Also don't stay on it for too long!

 

 

 

3. Take a walk or do some exercise: Often the best option . It releases endorphins which make you feel better and gets rid of any stress

 

 

 

4. Skill with friends: This is a good option and allows you to chat with friends at the same time

 

 

 

Someone Stole My Line!

 

 

 

Ah yes, the infamous problem of someone stealing your line. There are many way's to over come this common problem.

 

 

 

1. Fight For your right: If they burn in front of you, burn in front of them. Sometimes, just spam them, yell at mindless junk and keep trading them. Another thing is to tell them that you were there first.

 

 

 

2. Change World: Probably and the easiest of them. Won't make you look like an idiot, but one is still fun =P

 

 

 

Thanks and corrections

 

Tip.It for there calculators to work out the prices and number of logs necessary.

 

Thanks to Xx_Psychotic for suggesting the willows south of Port Sarim.

 

Thanks to zaaps1 for suggesting the willows south of rimmigton and the correction in the title

 

Thanks To BiJay for giving a detailed description on how to burn your logs

 

Thanks To Aludron For Giving Me Permission to use some images in the types of logs and tree's section's

 

Thanks to Legosimx for suggesting the tree's outside the grand exchange.

 

Tips And Tricks

 

 

 

When firemaking to save time and to stop having to constantly stop and burn the logs you can only to stop burn once then you are on a clean stretch. Burn your first log like normal and then click on your tinder box. As soon as the fire is lit click on the next log and you should instantly start another fire. Repeat this to the end to save time and get more exp. in an hour. Eg. Click Box - Click Log - Click Next Log - Click Box - Click Box - Click Log - Click Next Log - Click Box - ...

 

 

 

FAQ

 

 

 

Q. I read in a guide that when using a snow globe it destroys a fire making area. Is this true?

 

A. Well, yes and no. It used to be true during the Christmas Event in 2007 but since then the event has been removed and it is no longer a problem =]


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Since when were party hats 26m, unless that was sarcasm?

 

 

 

But decent guide overall.


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Pretty good guide. But you need to get your party hat prices right :shame: .

 

 

 

 

 

YOu have a good sence of humor too.

 

 

 

=D>


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Since when were party hats 26m, unless that was sarcasm?

 

 

 

But decent guide overall.

 

 

 

Pretty good guide. But you need to get your party hat prices right :shame: .

 

 

 

 

 

YOu have a good sence of humor too.

 

 

 

=D>

 

Lol if party hat prices are the only things you are complaining about then thanks =]

 

 

 

Im glad it gave you a laugh =]


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I was actually getting hopefull that partyhat prices were down to 26m, but no...add a 0 to the end of that mate :wall:


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I was actually getting hopefull that partyhat prices were down to 26m, but no...add a 0 to the end of that mate :wall:

 

lol could i guess

 

but its fun to be sarcastic =]


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Nice guide. =P

 

 

 

A few suggestions.. Include the willows area south of port sarim, on the hill next to Thurgo. I used to woodcut there, until it got covered in autoers.. it makes a very nice place to just cut and burn the logs.

 

 

 

And for those extra-non-lazy people, if you want to make "profit" while log burning, just pick your ashes up, they sell for something like 40gp each on GE. ( LOL ) and yeah, that won't be profit for maples / yews.

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Nice guide. =P

 

 

 

A few suggestions.. Include the willows area south of port sarim, on the hill next to Thurgo. I used to woodcut there, until it got covered in autoers.. it makes a very nice place to just cut and burn the logs.

 

 

 

And for those extra-non-lazy people, if you want to make "profit" while log burning, just pick your ashes up, they sell for something like 40gp each on GE. ( LOL ) and yeah, that won't be profit for maples / yews.

 

 

 

Thanks for that. I'll update it in a second and mention you in the new thanks and correction section


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No need to put mention of me in. ;)

 

 

 

though, if you had a white bead.. I could do with one.

 

 

 

stupid god damn imps, won't drop one. =P

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No need to put mention of me in. ;)

 

 

 

though, if you had a white bead.. I could do with one.

 

 

 

stupid god damn imps, won't drop one. =P

 

thanks

 

but i did it anyway =]


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6/10

 

 

 

You can better put your thinderbox on the 4th row and second collum of your inventory, this way its close to more logs what makes it better.

 

 

 

Also I would suggest you go cut Normal Logs around Grand Exchange and Yew Logs behind Varrock Castle, 3 Yew Trees there and easy to bank in Grand Exchange.

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6/10

 

 

 

You can better put your thinderbox on the 4th row and second collum of your inventory, this way its close to more logs what makes it better.

 

 

 

Also I would suggest you go cut Normal Logs around Grand Exchange and Yew Logs behind Varrock Castle, 3 Yew Trees there and easy to bank in Grand Exchange.

 

 

 

Where you have you're tinderbox is all personal preference, I like mine in the top left corner, and I know some people who bring multiple tinderboxes.

 

 

 

I've found the yews below mezlar's maze tend to be empty on most worlds. If you bring telaport to falador, banking them is still pretty effective.


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Decent guide, I wouldn't recommend yews to 99 fm, either willows or maples (probably maples) would be fine.

 

 

 

Well their are two version and you can mix and match us much as you like. But yews would only be an option if you were super rich.

 

6/10

 

 

 

You can better put your thinderbox on the 4th row and second collum of your inventory, this way its close to more logs what makes it better.

 

 

 

Also I would suggest you go cut Normal Logs around Grand Exchange and Yew Logs behind Varrock Castle, 3 Yew Trees there and easy to bank in Grand Exchange.

 

 

 

Disagree with all of that. You only need 1 tinderbox, and where you put it is up to you. The 3 yews behind Varrock castle are always populated so that is why i didn't add them in. When i mean populated i mean more populated then the ones in Edgeville.


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can everyone see all the pics?


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]'s are tinderboxes. I arrange my inventory like that. It may be slightly slower banking, but at least I dont get carpel tunnel. Its faster burning, as you dont need to reach so far.


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Nice guide 10-10, plenty of helpful pictures and pretty much all the info needed. :thumbsup:


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Nice guide 10-10, plenty of helpful pictures and pretty much all the info needed. :thumbsup:

 

cool you can see the images.

 

 

 

Tytro,

 

it doesn't really matter how you position you box tinder thingy me bob but thanks for your opinion


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Good guide, although burning yews may still be a little slow at 65.

 

 

 

Also, change Fire Making into one word in your title. I thought you meant fire-rune crafting. I was like, "how do those two go together?" Although common sense will tell me it's not about fire-rune crafting, it is a little confusing.

 

 

 

And you forgot the Rimmy Willows. If you're gonna be cutting AND burning willows might as well go there. It's less crowded.

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Good guide, although burning yews may still be a little slow at 65.

 

 

 

Also, change Fire Making into one word in your title. I thought you meant fire-rune crafting. I was like, "how do those two go together?" Although common sense will tell me it's not about fire-rune crafting, it is a little confusing.

 

 

 

And you forgot the Rimmy Willows. If you're gonna be cutting AND burning willows might as well go there. It's less crowded.

 

 

 

Burning yews is slow? :shock:

 

 

 

Thanks for the correction and suggesting the Rimmington Willows, ill add them in and ill put you in my thanks and correction area :thumbsup:

 

 

 

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Good guide, although burning yews may still be a little slow at 65.

 

 

 

Also, change Fire Making into one word in your title. I thought you meant fire-rune crafting. I was like, "how do those two go together?" Although common sense will tell me it's not about fire-rune crafting, it is a little confusing.

 

 

 

And you forgot the Rimmy Willows. If you're gonna be cutting AND burning willows might as well go there. It's less crowded.

 

 

 

Burning yews is slow? :shock:

 

 

 

 

The correct verb is "are" not "is".

 

 

 

And it's slow for me. Well, not slow technically, but slower than willows. And I'm around that level (67).

 

 

 

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26m-yes the price of a party hat!

 

 

 

I wish. I'd have one.

 

 

 

I think 26m is for red mask nowadays. I see plenty of people selling them at that price.

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Good guide, although burning yews may still be a little slow at 65.

 

 

 

Also, change Fire Making into one word in your title. I thought you meant fire-rune crafting. I was like, "how do those two go together?" Although common sense will tell me it's not about fire-rune crafting, it is a little confusing.

 

 

 

And you forgot the Rimmy Willows. If you're gonna be cutting AND burning willows might as well go there. It's less crowded.

 

 

 

Burning yews is slow? :shock:

 

 

 

 

The correct verb is "are" not "is".

 

 

 

And it's slow for me. Well, not slow technically, but slower than willows. And I'm around that level (67).

 

 

 

EDIT:

 

 

 

26m-yes the price of a party hat!

 

 

 

I wish. I'd have one.

 

 

 

I think 26m is for red mask nowadays. I see plenty of people selling them at that price.

 

oh right lol


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Pretty nice guide. :D

 

Thanks ::'


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Good guide, although burning yews may still be a little slow at 65.

 

 

 

Also, change Fire Making into one word in your title. I thought you meant fire-rune crafting. I was like, "how do those two go together?" Although common sense will tell me it's not about fire-rune crafting, it is a little confusing.

 

 

 

And you forgot the Rimmy Willows. If you're gonna be cutting AND burning willows might as well go there. It's less crowded.

 

 

 

Burning yews is slow? :shock:

 

 

 

 

The correct verb is "are" not "is".

 

 

 

And it's slow for me. Well, not slow technically, but slower than willows. And I'm around that level (67).

 

 

 

Then why did you write "it's slow" rather than "they're slow"?

 

Hypocrite! :mrgreen:


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