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How Effective is Pest Control For Training

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I know u get like 1/4 or 1/2 xp than usual but im mainly talking about the 100 point trade ins.

 

 

 

Is this an effective way to train or is it just slow?

 

 

 

Thanks in advance


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The points are great exp, but the time it takes to get 100 points, you could have double the exp training somewhere else. PC is only good if you are trying to get void, otherwise, its not the best training place. :?


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if ur making a ranger pure , its great , u can chin there and still get decent exp , and spend pc point on void or range exp . training combat stats aint effective there ... u get 1/2 exp and u can get around 500 domage in a game with some decent stats , thats 1 k exp .... the pc point dont worth it .


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There are only 4 reasons for PC:

 

 

 

1. Void set. Range is worth it, melee is worth it if you only need the helm, and mage isn't worth it.

 

2. HP exp. This is especially important for mage/range pures. But you're not a pure, it's a waste of pest points since you'll max out hp before all the melee stats

 

3. Spinner charms. Dunno if it's worth it, though

 

4. Fun. PC is a safe, fun, but slow way to train.

 

 

 

 

 

PC is still okayish exp, but there are other ways to train for slightly more exp and more money.

 

Stick with slayer.


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