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Alternate to ranging aviansies?


mujammil

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Hey,

 

 

 

Nowadays aviansies is just toooooo crowded for my likeing :( Is there any other possible alternatives that give similar xp + money rates?

 

 

 

Ta.

 

 

 

EDIT: Btw it has to be a rangeable foe. I want range xp.

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You could try Ranging Green Dragons. They are also very good.

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Aviansies and Green Dragons are about the best way to make money. Green Dragons are the only ones that can do all 3 ways of combat. But the order of best way to kill is Melee, range and last is probably magic.

 

 

 

Aviansies are great for range epx and cash, next is mage but i hear its not as good as ranging them.

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I've never heard of another monster that can deliver similar cash rates to Avansies, but I personally find green drags excellent cash, although I don't range them.

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