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WC money making vs fletching?


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There is a very grand exchange on runescape.com (perhaps you've heard of it?) which, when combined with the mathimatical powers of an elementary school graduate, can tell the the prices AND profits of things. Being that you haven't told us the kind of logs you've cut, if you plan to string the bows, if you plan on alching them, and if you need junk, no one can help you, and no one should anyway, considering you could answer your own question with 2 clicks and a calculator faster then you made this poorly worded thread.

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There is a very grand exchange on runescape.com (perhaps you've heard of it?) which, when combined with the mathimatical powers of an elementary school graduate, can tell the the prices AND profits of things. Being that you haven't told us the kind of logs you've cut, if you plan to string the bows, if you plan on alching them, and if you need junk, no one can help you, and no one should anyway, considering you could answer your own question with 2 clicks and a calculator faster then you made this poorly worded thread.

 

Harsh but completely true. What are you going to be cutting? Are you going to string the bows? Are you doing this for junk? Alching or not? Are you buying the flax or bowstrings? You need to provide more than a single sentence.

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I personally feel that magic trees are incredibly slow to cut, and aren't profitable for the cutting time, but you can cut them if you want I guess. I would recommend that you cut yews instead (faster) and fletch yew longs. String them and alch them, you should make enough to rebuy your nature runes and still have a profit.

 

 

 

Darts and bolts really aren't great fletching experience, but you can make a profit if you produce the mithril bars yourself. Don't use darts, btw. Knives are better for training.

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