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They drop them 80% of the time? That's pretty good.




Considering even granite crabs only give 21 exp, that's not really that good at all. At that rate, we're looking at a skill that's twice as slow to train than RuneCrafting. Yeah there are pouches that get great exp at higher levels, but require charms that seem to be very uncommon drops. If you look at all the inv pics of people hunting for them, you'll see quite a few (though still only worth one trip to the obelisk...) gold charms and like one of each of the others.




Ok that's enough of the granite crabs, there are way better summons so 1 charm will be worth like 400-500 exp
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Hey what are "crimson charms"? I just got 4 from the kbd. What are they for?

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Hey what are "crimson charms"? I just got 4 from the kbd. What are they for?


Just like normal charms but for higher levels I would think.
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Red spiders drop charms.
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nechryaels drop crimson charms

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You guys are looking at it from the wrong side. Yes, you can't powertrain it. Or, let me say it like this, untill now, there isnt an obvious way to power train.



However, If you are planning to train slayer, or just melee, you will be getting a lot of pouches along the way. After your monster killing, then you can start getting quick summoning xp. You can't expect to get like 40k summoning xp an hour, and also getting 60k attack xp.



I think this will be some sort of passive skill, like slayer, but even more indirect. Go out with the intention to get combat xp up. In the mean time, summoning (like slayer) will come.

Nicely done by Jagex IMO. I hate powerlvling (like fletching, woodcutting, ...) which are way too repetitive.

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Hellhounds drop charms 9/10 times.

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Greater Demons drop charms.

Been here in Karamja Dungeon about 15 minutesand have got:



2 Green

5 Gold

6 Crimson

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Let's just hope Jagex keeps it this slow and hard. :<img src=:' />

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Let's just hope Jagex keeps it this slow and hard. :<img src=:' />




I hope you forgot your sarcasm tags. Please :cry: .



Don't get me wrong, I mean Im all for a slow and hard skill.



This however is just TOO slow, runecrafting and slayer being a slow skill too, are rather good for moneymaking. Summoning however...
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If you are planning to train slayer, or just melee, you will be getting a lot of pouches along the way. After your monster killing, then you can start getting quick summoning xp. You can't expect to get like 40k summoning xp an hour, and also getting 60k attack xp.



I think this will be some sort of passive skill, like slayer, but even more indirect. Go out with the intention to get combat xp up. In the mean time, summoning (like slayer) will come.

Nicely done by Jagex IMO. I hate powerlvling (like fletching, woodcutting, ...) which are way too repetitive.




Which is exactly what I'm going to do. I'm so close to lvl 99 slayer that I'm not going to stop training slayer just to start summoning. I'll be collecting charms as I train slayer then I'll be a bit ready for summoning once I hit 99 slayer.
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However, If you are planning to train slayer, or just melee, you will be getting a lot of pouches along the way. After your monster killing, then you can start getting quick summoning xp.




From my last 4 slayertasks, 3 didnt gave charms at all..... pathetic.... :evil:
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something about charms copied from runescape:



Where can I get Summoning charms?



There are hundreds of creatures around RuneScape that have charms, so it should be a simple matter of running to a good combat area and killing some monsters to get charms for your Summoning skills.



To get you started, here's a list of some creatures with a decent drop-rate for Summoning charms:



Fire giants



Ice giants



Ogres and jogres



Blue dragons



Those who enjoy Slayer might also like to try killing the following for some Summoning charms:



Basilisks



Bloodveld
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it just takes commitment. Im sure someone will find a monster with a good drop rate.



Wolves are quite good
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I want to love this skill, I really do, but I can't.



You raise the skill by making pouches...that's about it, yes, you can get exp using specials and such, but why waste the time when you only get 1 exp or even less than 1!!



Jagex should of made summoning drain exactly like prayer and also add along with it gaining experience for using the summon in combat or aiding you, that way you get experience for summoning rather than by being a good collector of charms and walking backwards and forwards all day, whilst the limitation of the draining will stop people gaining experience way too quickly and making the skill very easy to master.



It's hard, it's expensive, and that's ok, I can cope with that, but it's also a complete waste of time!



Slayer is long and hard, but it's worthwhile!

Runecrafting is long and hard, but that's worthwhile too!!

Summoning, you can finally have a pet dragon!!! Just gonna cost you over 200m and about 2 years of your life killing over 600k monsters, oh and then you gotta get the egg too.





I think i'll collect charms and not touch this skill until the next batch comes out, who knows it may become good then.
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Giant rock crabs drop them at 10 at a time, i was killing them in the chaos tunnel and they seem pretty good drop rate.

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Giant Rock Crabs drop 10 per charm drop. If you can get that drop, i killed about 25 and for 2 gold charm drops (yes 20) which would make it better for you to gather charms quicker by other means.



edit: Limey beat me to it #-o #-o #-o




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