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Working on divination atm. I expected Seahawks to win :P

It seems to be a neverending tale of the Broncos losing with a massive margin in every superbowl they participate in rofl, poor people, I read in a news article the coach were going around like "this is our year. After this nobody will have the right to bring up our previous games" lool

 

gl with div, such a tiring skill :(

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also im pretty appalled at the legacy combat vote. just a waste of manhours that jagex could put to better use.

Mish, retract any of my previous statement months ago.

This is one of the most useful things you've ever posted.

+1 mish

 

Bought teak planks for 99 cons ages ago...might have to check out price and sell....or maybe use the bonus weekend.....Not decided

Train to 99 and if 200m is a goal then use it all up :)

 

I seriously don't understand why Jagex is polling things like Legacy mode. It's [bleep] 2 steps forward 1 step back all the time. EOC was the evolution of the game, it should not be reverted, or another system should not even exist along side it. I don't even know who's voting FOR it and it's winning by a landslide. 

 

And as to the post about the Giant mole, a lot of low levelled players actually do it, so for them, it was a good update. You tend to forget that not everyone on RS is maxed/going for 200m. 

Thanks for remembering the little guys <3

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also im pretty appalled at the legacy combat vote. just a waste of manhours that jagex could put to better use.

Mish, retract any of my previous statement months ago.

This is one of the most useful things you've ever posted.

+1 mish

 

Bought teak planks for 99 cons ages ago...might have to check out price and sell....or maybe use the bonus weekend.....Not decided

Train to 99 and if 200m is a goal then use it all up :)

 

I seriously don't understand why Jagex is polling things like Legacy mode. It's [bleep] 2 steps forward 1 step back all the time. EOC was the evolution of the game, it should not be reverted, or another system should not even exist along side it. I don't even know who's voting FOR it and it's winning by a landslide. 

 

And as to the post about the Giant mole, a lot of low levelled players actually do it, so for them, it was a good update. You tend to forget that not everyone on RS is maxed/going for 200m. 

Thanks for remembering the little guys <3

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Problem is I am on vacation that weekend.....hence my deilema....Might bring laptop now and sacrifice a nights sleep and giver.....


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I dont think think people understand how unproductive jagex is with updates and the release dates of them.
I will take my "charm collector" video for a small example, Had a J mods attention, was told to show jagex how badly the community wants it. Video had reached 8k likes and a few j mods knew, told me it will be a future update and it will cost dg tokens to buy.
comes out 6 months later? or 8? 


video date Nov 27th 2012,
charm imp came out April 2nd 2013.

 

I honestly dont accept the exuse "legacy will take away dev time" After seeing how long it takes them to do things anyways.
 

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Ya tbh, even if does take away dev time away from other things i really dont care.  I mean there is nothing coming that im like "yess jagex!, please put as much effort into this as possible"  i mean im excited about the elf city and some quests and stuff will be fun.  Any skill update grabs my attention, but those are dev teams unrelated to skilling and quests for the most part.  Maybe pvming could possibly be delayed but im not sure.

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Nothing needs to be pushed back bigger updates should take a longer amount of time. Balance would be key for them. I wouldnt expect legacy mode to come out anytime in the next 5 months even. Should not be rushed they can take there time. But each week something new on sof is out, but when it comes to real content something like a charm imp which is no more work than a new sof item, is released 6 months later. You wonder what their priorities are.

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Nothing needs to be pushed back bigger updates should take a longer amount of time. Balance would be key for them. I wouldnt expect legacy mode to come out anytime in the next 5 months even. Should not be rushed they can take there time. But each week something new on sof is out, but when it comes to real content something like a charm imp which is no more work than a new sof item, is released 6 months later. You wonder what their priorities are.

It's not like a Charming Imp is an extremely important update, lol.

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Jagex aren't just a little group of 15 men creating the game, it seems like you guys think so, they are like 3 in 07 because 07 don't really need shit, plus most of the stuff they add in in later times remind me more of what you will find in a private server, but that is a whole other debate,

 

They have ap retty huge team and they work on updates with the little teams so it's not like making legacy will delay something, because while a certain group is assigned to creating it, the other groups will keep bringing out updates. That's how they get out weekly updatres isn't it, they have somebody working on that and somebody working on the new content to come.

 

I swear when RuneShark made vid of them going Jagex, they said that they got to see content in development for stuff that was still months away, and maybe the Charming Imp was not really a "massive" update so they just put it on the side for a bit(took some time planning and designing it and stuff.

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Jagex aren't just a little group of 15 men creating the game, it seems like you guys think so, they are like 3 in 07 because 07 don't really need shit, plus most of the stuff they add in in later times remind me more of what you will find in a private server, but that is a whole other debate,

 

They have ap retty huge team and they work on updates with the little teams so it's not like making legacy will delay something, because while a certain group is assigned to creating it, the other groups will keep bringing out updates. That's how they get out weekly updatres isn't it, they have somebody working on that and somebody working on the new content to come.

 

I swear when RuneShark made vid of them going Jagex, they said that they got to see content in development for stuff that was still months away, and maybe the Charming Imp was not really a "massive" update so they just put it on the side for a bit(took some time planning and designing it and stuff.

 

Which weekly updates?

 

Up until 2014 we had a lack of updates that in terms of quests and reworks.

 

Jan 2013: 3 Actual updates

Feb: 1 update; 1 rework.

March: 1 quest and the lame warbands.

April: Small dung add-on; 3x mini-game revamp; Hard mode GWD.

May: Small minigame; Farming add-on; God Emissaries

June: New Dungeon; triskelion Keys

July: Vorago; Quest; BoL

August: Quest; Divination

September: Dung Tasks

October: Quest (Badly done); WC add-on; Quest (Good); Sirenic

November: D&D tracker; ROTS; 

December: Airuts; B&B; X-mas.

 

Now you should scrap from that list all the temporary things:

BoL+B&B+X-mas

There are a lot of -small- updates like small add-ons and gof emissaries (GE are basically just fetch + dialogue). And reworks are usually not bringing in actual NEW content so those should be scrapped too, unless they are reworks that is game changing.

 

List that remains:

Jan 2013: 3 Actual updates

Feb: 1 update;

March: 1 quest and the lame warbands.

April: Hard mode GWD.

May: 

June: Ascension Dungeon; triskelion Keys (Debateable)

July: Vorago; Quest;

August: Quest; Divination

September: Dung Tasks

October: Quest (Badly done); Quest (Good);

November: D&D tracker; ROTS; 

December: Airuts

 

Those are the actual updates. The smaller updates should've been grouped to be worth an update week. So if we set 2 weeks for that we got a total of 21 update weeks where we should have seen roughly 39. On average we got less then 2 update weeks/month.

 

EDIT: This is of course my view and opinion on it!


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As I said I wanted to test out exp rates @ butterfly barehanded hunting this is what I got in exactly 30min of time with arctic bear.
http://gyazo.com/9171d4a8eeda7265528fdba101c2f8c8

Before anyone says you can fletch while thieving and all that. Go ahead and do that for 200m. Only one person has done it effectively, and that method just isn't for me.

Can anyone see how many min you lose each hour of training these skills like this? I could easily do this to finish off fletching, after that not worth it at all im sure.


(and yes agility was with ba bonus)

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So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

 

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

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So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

Yeah, and how exactly is hunter 350k xp/h without using pots? If you suggest that your trap setup is any different from the normal one, please make a one hour video showing that 350k is possible.

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So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

Yeah, and how exactly is hunter 350k xp/h without using pots? If you suggest that your trap setup is any different from the normal one, please make a one hour video showing that 350k is possible.

 

Do energy pots still work for hunting?


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So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

Yeah, and how exactly is hunter 350k xp/h without using pots? If you suggest that your trap setup is any different from the normal one, please make a one hour video showing that 350k is possible.

 

My technique:

 

 

You'll notice that in the first 4 hours that I posted, it's an average of like 340k xp/hour, but I didn't have trouble averaging 350k once I got used to it. I think I recorded more hours, but I'm not really in the mood to hunt through my drive account right now. I plan on tracking my xp rates this summer to find a more accurate rate, but I consider 350k a good estimate for now.

 

If you seriously don't believe me, just try it. Unless you mess up majorly, you'll notice a significant increase in xp/hour. If you reply to this post without trying it, there is a 100% chance that I'll just ignore you.

 

If you'd like, I can post the proof that it's the best setup, but I'd like to wait until I'm done with exams (this Thursday) to do so.

 

 

 

 

So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

Yeah, and how exactly is hunter 350k xp/h without using pots? If you suggest that your trap setup is any different from the normal one, please make a one hour video showing that 350k is possible.

 

Do energy pots still work for hunting?

 

As far as I know, yes. I think Jagex said something about it being ban-worthy, though, but I don't remember. They're incredibly annoying to use, regardless.

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So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

Yeah, and how exactly is hunter 350k xp/h without using pots? If you suggest that your trap setup is any different from the normal one, please make a one hour video showing that 350k is possible.

 

My technique:

 

 

You'll notice that in the first 4 hours that I posted, it's an average of like 340k xp/hour, but I didn't have trouble averaging 350k once I got used to it. I think I recorded more hours, but I'm not really in the mood to hunt through my drive account right now. I plan on tracking my xp rates this summer to find a more accurate rate, but I consider 350k a good estimate for now.

 

If you seriously don't believe me, just try it. Unless you mess up majorly, you'll notice a significant increase in xp/hour. If you reply to this post without trying it, there is a 100% chance that I'll just ignore you.

 

If you'd like, I can post the proof that it's the best setup, but I'd like to wait until I'm done with exams (this Thursday) to do so.

 

I thought that the hunter averaged out from 310k-330k p/hr, as with hunter it depends on the number of normal ones you catch, as they make your xp rate vary. Also does your xp ph/r rate factor in the time spent getting corrupt vines?

 

 

 

Do energy pots still work for hunting?

 

Use hunter pots which are 100gp ea, boosts your hunter level + looks less suspicious.

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So 2 hours of butterflies is 83k agility xp and 218k hunter xp

1 hour of normal training is 120k(?) Agility and 350k hunter.

Yeah, and how exactly is hunter 350k xp/h without using pots? If you suggest that your trap setup is any different from the normal one, please make a one hour video showing that 350k is possible.

 

My technique:

 

 

You'll notice that in the first 4 hours that I posted, it's an average of like 340k xp/hour, but I didn't have trouble averaging 350k once I got used to it. I think I recorded more hours, but I'm not really in the mood to hunt through my drive account right now. I plan on tracking my xp rates this summer to find a more accurate rate, but I consider 350k a good estimate for now.

 

If you seriously don't believe me, just try it. Unless you mess up majorly, you'll notice a significant increase in xp/hour. If you reply to this post without trying it, there is a 100% chance that I'll just ignore you.

 

If you'd like, I can post the proof that it's the best setup, but I'd like to wait until I'm done with exams (this Thursday) to do so.

 

I thought that the hunter averaged out from 310k-330k p/hr, as with hunter it depends on the number of normal ones you catch, as they make your xp rate vary. Also does your xp ph/r rate factor in the time spent getting corrupt vines?

 

 

 

Do energy pots still work for hunting?

 

Use hunter pots which are 100gp ea, boosts your hunter level + looks less suspicious.

 

310-330k was with foot's setup, which is literally one of the worst possible setups. I don't think my average of 350k took the time to make potions into account, but it was a pretty conservative estimate, but you only end up spending like 100 seconds per hour making the potions, so they're not a huge deal. It's like 8k less xp/hour at most.

 

Anyway, hunter xp/hour doesn't need to be too accurate in this scenario. First of all, the butterfly xp/hour already has a pretty large error range, so adding an error of <10% isn't going to do much. Second, he just wanted a general idea of how efficient it was. That is, he just wanted to know if hunting butterflies was efficient, so using 330k or 350k as your value for hunter xp/hour won't matter.

 

And the xp rate is determined by how few commons you can, rather than how many. With my technique, you spawn camp 2 draconics until a common jadinko comes in and ruins the party. Despite that, warding off commons isn't a good idea because you'll get 0-300k instantaneous xp/hour if a draconic wanders off. Not to mention that getting the vines takes a long time. Basically, think of commons as decent when there are no draconics or 1 draconic around, but terrible when there are 2 draconics. You can only effectively catch 2 jadinkos at once.

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Actually multiple have done fletching with traders, but if you dont like it thats not a problem.   I've never actually done it but to me it doesnt seem to bad

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There's a reason he's named mod balance

 

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I should have parted ways yesterday, missed a few million gp ><

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I'm doing cooking/magic for bxp...

Also for those of you running, I'm playing on a ~24" monitor, @ 1920x1080


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Congratulations to Forsberg888 on 200m fletching today for 200m #12, and to My Kingz on 200m strength and 200m #15!


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