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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

 

grind like dreyri

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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

 

grind like dreyri

 

that doesnt help

 

what methods for each skill for each levels, 1-10, 30-50, etc...

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To echo what guy0ne106 said a couple pages back, the only vaguely competitive aspect of the last few years of RS has been how hard you can abuse the broken or overpowered XP or GP methods while they still exist or are legal.

 

Examples:

- AFK barraging dags before aggro range severe nerf

- barraging abyss before AOE spells were heavily nerfed (alongside daily slaying abyssal demons w/ mask and barrage, was ~260k slay xp/hr self tested at the time)

- kalphite king slaying with a bunch of Twitch stream slaves (1mil+ slay xp/hr, still possible)

- general ridiculous minigame BXP accumulation

- dice hosting

 

I'm sure you guys can think of many others since I wasn't playing RS3 for most of 2013/2014.

 

It's not totally just a recent thing either; SUOMI and many others suckled at the teat of effigyscape by cannoning cave crawlers.

 

This is all totally ignoring RWTscape of course, where like someone else said XP is being shoved down the throats of RWTers during Prismania weekends...

 

Anyway, huge props to Drumgun for being 2nd person to 200m all.

To counter that, methods have been getting "more op" for 10 years. Let's go back to 76king for bills and brawlers. Half the top page did that. How about ge merching during first year after release? It had no limits whatsoever. Half rs was harping about the death of merching while the other half was pulling in hundreds of mil/day while harldy touching offers. Then before that there was gwd for insane amounts of gp/hour that have never been matched in pvm to this day. All the way back to hunter release, when certain players found out about chinning and hoarded hundreds of millions of red chins for pennies, used what they needed, leaked it to friends, and sold millions of chins for 1000% profit.

 

I can give many more examples going back 10 years. Yes, the scale of the gainz increases (as in the xp/hour just goes up), but my point is it's always been this way.

 

It's almost like Runescape is a regularly updated game

 

Yes Steph, Runescape is updated regularly. Thank you for taking James and my posts and adding such insightful wisdom to the conversation.

 

Anyway James, just thought I'd add that I do agree with you as well. And the unfortunate part of all this is that Jagex has taught us the only thing to do with these op methods that pop is to take advantage of them, asap, to the maximum extent. Because while you're waiting for the nerf others will take full advantage of them for 18 hours/day and they will get miles ahead.

 

I'm sorry I couldn't resist to post this but darn I dislike smartasses too much. Steph pointed out that you could have said all that with way less. You typed a lot, with little real content. Was also funny af. You take it so seriously, almost like a historian. 

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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

 

grind like dreyri

 

that doesnt help

 

what methods for each skill for each levels, 1-10, 30-50, etc...

 

Well first you fish shrimps untill you can fish anchovies then after anchovies you fish the next level fish ( i dont even know.) why would you want to know this information for every skill/ why would anyone want to type it all out waste of time.

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^total bs as there are alot of lower lvl requirement methods that give more xp/h than higher req methods.

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^total bs as there are alot of lower lvl requirement methods that give more xp/h than higher req methods.

Thanks didn't know every new player was an efficiency expert the second they join runescape and know the fastest xp/h methods. And please tell me what is the best fish xp/h at 1? and then at 10? i'm sure you know.

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^total bs as there are alot of lower lvl requirement methods that give more xp/h than higher req methods.

Thanks didn't know every new player was an efficiency expert the second they join runescape and know the fastest xp/h methods. And please tell me what is the best fish xp/h at 1? and then at 10? i'm sure you know.

 

lol im talking in general, not only fishing. 

 

for example at lvl 68 wc you can cut ivys.

at 75 you can cut magics.

 

but ivys are way faster.

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And you should never cut ivy ever

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i was giving a [bleep]ing example of the fact that there ARE lower level req methods that beat higher lvl methods.

 

IVYS are FASTER than MAGES , putting aside the fact of 'should never cut ivys' cuz that was not the point i was making.

 

thus there ARE methods that require a lower lvl that are faster than higher lvl.

 

damn, is it so hard to just agree with this fact instead of going against it and avoiding the point :')

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And ivy is one of those methods that's worse than lower level methods

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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

 

grind like dreyri

 

that doesnt help

 

what methods for each skill for each levels, 1-10, 30-50, etc...

 

Well first you fish shrimps untill you can fish anchovies then after anchovies you fish the next level fish ( i dont even know.) why would you want to know this information for every skill/ why would anyone want to type it all out waste of time.

 

I'd like to know because if I ever want to make another account to try and max; I'd like to know the fastest methods and I could also pass on the information to friends or others looking to know

Kinda obvious

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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

 

grind like dreyri

 

that doesnt help

 

what methods for each skill for each levels, 1-10, 30-50, etc...

 

Well first you fish shrimps untill you can fish anchovies then after anchovies you fish the next level fish ( i dont even know.) why would you want to know this information for every skill/ why would anyone want to type it all out waste of time.

 

I'd like to know because if I ever want to make another account to try and max; I'd like to know the fastest methods and I could also pass on the information to friends or others looking to know

Kinda obvious

 

idc whats rc has tons of guides for 1-99. 

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And ivy is one of those methods that's worse than lower level methods

ok yea so ivys is slower than trees, oaks, willows, yews etc etc etc. Okay man ;)

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What would be the most efficient way for someone to go from level 1 stats in everything (except hp because someones going to correct me..) to level 99 in all stats + 120 dg? Questing, etc?

 

edit: without spins

 

grind like dreyri

 

that doesnt help

 

what methods for each skill for each levels, 1-10, 30-50, etc...

 

Well first you fish shrimps untill you can fish anchovies then after anchovies you fish the next level fish ( i dont even know.) why would you want to know this information for every skill/ why would anyone want to type it all out waste of time.

 

I'd like to know because if I ever want to make another account to try and max; I'd like to know the fastest methods and I could also pass on the information to friends or others looking to know

Kinda obvious

 

idc whats rc has tons of guides for 1-99. 

 

You mean Idk Whats Rc


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What I was referring to with my last post was this game is always changing and when you're not removing old content you can only have additions to the game that either make it easier to reach a goal or have no impact on the difficulty. The metagame will always change.

 

Edit: Licert1 I'll put something together for you when I get home from work tonight.

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[2:22:36 PM] Arceus Dark: Time to get...req'd?

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Efficient method to full maxing on a new account in Rs3:

 

Making money: Transfer it all off a main account.

 

Daily Methods: Yew divination locations, Warbands, Book of Char, Sinkholes, Big Chin.

 

Divination: Buy energies and do your best available location. Getting a decent level early is good.

 

Mining: Warbands to 99.

 

Cooking: Best meats available with cooking gauntlets, preferably in w100 bonfires OR on a portable forge.

 

Firemaking: Pyrelord method until you unlock book of char, then book of char/circus to 99.

 

Fishing: Start off using your best divination bubble until 48/58 fishing for barbarian fishing. Then barbarian fish with best urns until 90. C2 Fish to 99.

 

Woodcutting: Best divination spot daily until 60, then pure divination yews. After 90 pair wc with c2 fishing while continuing div locations.

 

Agility: Start off with barbarian fishing and circus. If you manage to get silverhawks, use those to 99. Other wise best course available.

 

Runecrafting: Start off by getting a wicked hood in burthrope. Take a full inventory of essence and use the free teleport to air altar and make air runes for a quick boost in exp with withdraws. Then teleport to span. On the first level you will be hunting your best available nodes and using the free essence. Middle floor you will repeat the same, although after 44 rc you will go north-west of the wizard and camp the 5 islands there for great constant nodes. after 80/85 move on to the third floor. Always chase the wizard when available.

 

* Depending on elf city's agility course, it may be better to put choice experience into runecrafting over agility.

 

Thieving: Pickpocket men until 5, begin Buyers and Cellars. Complete the first portion then continue training until you can complete the caper to unlock chest cages. Openning the doors and world hopping is reccomended until 41/51 thieving, at which point you should begin pyramid plunder until 90. 90-> 99 at dwarven traders.

 

Fletching: Passively train with daily events until you unlock broad arrows. Fletch between fails @ Dwarven traders. If you achieve 99 thieving before fletching, I suggest fletching on the middle floor at Runespan next to the main wizard. When spoken to he can point out the yellow wizard. Chase down, recieve experience and use your wicked hood to teleport back to the top of the wizards tower and quickly get to the wizard (And rebuy runes for transportation)

 

Hunter: Big chinchompa and spend points on experience until jadinkos, then Jadinkos to 99.

 

Farming: Best plots until 15, begin tree runs to 99. I don't suggest herb runs but they do that little extra exp.

 

Prayer: Gilded altar with a runner, preferably using the runners altar.

 

Herblore: Best potions available, preferably with Portable wells. Suggested: Daves rfd subquest to stew early for overloads.

 

Crafting: Spin bowstrings until sapphires, cut those until emerald;ruby;diamond;dragonstones. If cash is a concern switch for best dragon leather and make shields.

 

Smithing: Knight's Sword quest for 29 smithing, smith some random junk and get 30. Begin Artisan's to 99.

 

Construction: Wooden chairs/bookcases until oak larders. Make those until teak tables, continue until mahogany tables to 99.

 

Dungeoneering: Sinkholes and 5man larges. Noteable rewards to purchase include the best necklaces, bonecrusher and charming imp.

 

Slayer and Combat:

 

     Melee: Slayer. Finish defence at Glacors, unsure on best method for Attack/Strength.

 

     Magic: Slayer. Finish at Glacors.

 

     Ranged: Slayer + Cannon with slayer. Finish at abyssal creatures.

 

Summoning: Best pouches available, making use of spirit gems once you are in the 90s. Familiarisation during slayer helps as well.

 

For monthly events such as troll invasion and statues, try to complete them closer to the end of the month so you can progress the skills as far as you can getting the most out of the exp. Also pick slayer for statues.

 

These may not be the absolute best methods but I feel they are good and reasonable for the average player.

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[2:21:46 PM] Baldvin | Leik: these comp reqs are so bad

[2:22:36 PM] Arceus Dark: Time to get...req'd?

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Efficient method to full maxing on a new account in Rs3:

 

Making money: Transfer it all off a main account.

 

Daily Methods: Yew divination locations, Warbands, Book of Char, Sinkholes, Big Chin.

 

Divination: Buy energies and do your best available location. Getting a decent level early is good.

 

Mining: Warbands to 99.

 

Cooking: Best meats available with cooking gauntlets, preferably in w100 bonfires OR on a portable forge.

 

Firemaking: Pyrelord method until you unlock book of char, then book of char/circus to 99.

 

Fishing: Start off using your best divination bubble until 48/58 fishing for barbarian fishing. Then barbarian fish with best urns until 90. C2 Fish to 99.

 

Woodcutting: Best divination spot daily until 60, then pure divination yews. After 90 pair wc with c2 fishing while continuing div locations.

 

Agility: Start off with barbarian fishing and circus. If you manage to get silverhawks, use those to 99. Other wise best course available.

 

Runecrafting: Start off by getting a wicked hood in burthrope. Take a full inventory of essence and use the free teleport to air altar and make air runes for a quick boost in exp with withdraws. Then teleport to span. On the first level you will be hunting your best available nodes and using the free essence. Middle floor you will repeat the same, although after 44 rc you will go north-west of the wizard and camp the 5 islands there for great constant nodes. after 80/85 move on to the third floor. Always chase the wizard when available.

 

* Depending on elf city's agility course, it may be better to put choice experience into runecrafting over agility.

 

Thieving: Pickpocket men until 5, begin Buyers and Cellars. Complete the first portion then continue training until you can complete the caper to unlock chest cages. Openning the doors and world hopping is reccomended until 41/51 thieving, at which point you should begin pyramid plunder until 90. 90-> 99 at dwarven traders.

 

Fletching: Passively train with daily events until you unlock broad arrows. Fletch between fails @ Dwarven traders. If you achieve 99 thieving before fletching, I suggest fletching on the middle floor at Runespan next to the main wizard. When spoken to he can point out the yellow wizard. Chase down, recieve experience and use your wicked hood to teleport back to the top of the wizards tower and quickly get to the wizard (And rebuy runes for transportation)

 

Hunter: Big chinchompa and spend points on experience until jadinkos, then Jadinkos to 99.

 

Farming: Best plots until 15, begin tree runs to 99. I don't suggest herb runs but they do that little extra exp.

 

Prayer: Gilded altar with a runner, preferably using the runners altar.

 

Herblore: Best potions available, preferably with Portable wells. Suggested: Daves rfd subquest to stew early for overloads.

 

Crafting: Spin bowstrings until sapphires, cut those until emerald;ruby;diamond;dragonstones. If cash is a concern switch for best dragon leather and make shields.

 

Smithing: Knight's Sword quest for 29 smithing, smith some random junk and get 30. Begin Artisan's to 99.

 

Construction: Wooden chairs/bookcases until oak larders. Make those until teak tables, continue until mahogany tables to 99.

 

Dungeoneering: Sinkholes and 5man larges. Noteable rewards to purchase include the best necklaces, bonecrusher and charming imp.

 

Slayer and Combat:

 

     Melee: Slayer. Finish defence at Glacors, unsure on best method for Attack/Strength.

 

     Magic: Slayer. Finish at Glacors.

 

     Ranged: Slayer + Cannon with slayer. Finish at abyssal creatures.

 

Summoning: Best pouches available, making use of spirit gems once you are in the 90s. Familiarisation during slayer helps as well.

 

For monthly events such as troll invasion and statues, try to complete them closer to the end of the month so you can progress the skills as far as you can getting the most out of the exp. Also pick slayer for statues.

 

These may not be the absolute best methods but I feel they are good and reasonable for the average player.

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Forgot to mention doing the quest for gofannon amulet or such to help speed up early smithing


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[2:21:46 PM] Baldvin | Leik: these comp reqs are so bad

[2:22:36 PM] Arceus Dark: Time to get...req'd?

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Also, doing a ton of quests at the start is very good

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200m in all skills thread
1-99 skill guides

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Because maxing is the first step to 200M exp all skills ._.

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