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Which boss monster out of the listed ones is the best to kill for profit?


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to say the least, but an alternative to that boss, would be JAD

Next time read the numerous posts already made before you make your own.

Jad, really? The original poster wanted to boss hunt for profit.

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How much are furies these days? 10m?
Depending on how much you spend to kill it, could very well be profitable.


You get what? 8k Tokkul once you beat the Jad?

Do this for me.. (2,700,000/8032)*[time taken to get to and kill Jad] That's how long it'd take..

Add 8k to the amount of Tokkul if you sell extra Fire Capes, in the end, that'd still be too long to be considered good profit, if any.
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graardor
to say the least, but an alternative to that boss, would be JAD

Next time read the numerous posts already made before you make your own.

Jad, really? The original poster wanted to boss hunt for profit.

:thumbdown:

How much are furies these days? 10m?
Depending on how much you spend to kill it, could very well be profitable.


You get what? 8k Tokkul once you beat the Jad?

Do this for me.. (2,700,000/8032)*[time taken to get to and kill Jad] That's how long it'd take..

Add 8k to the amount of Tokkul if you sell extra Fire Capes, in the end, that'd still be too long to be considered good profit, if any.


If you take 1.5 hours to kill jad, and spend 25k on supplies each time, it would take 10 and a half days of straight playing and cost 4.2m to get enough tokkul this way.

add on the 5.8m profit from the fury and you get about 23k an hour profit.

assuming you win everytime.

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I assume that takes into account selling back excess Fire Capes?

Well, I think you've just proven that Jad would be terrible for moneymaking, the Mole would be better.
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Just as a side note, if you're hell bent on killing boss monsters barrows gloves will give you a good boost, it's like wearing 4 torsos on your hands not to mention the accuracy boosts.

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Just as a side note, if you're hell bent on killing boss monsters barrows gloves will give you a good boost, it's like wearing 4 torsos on your hands not to mention the accuracy boosts.

They're still useless if your stats suck and you can't even kill the boss once without banking.

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Just as a side note, if you're hell bent on killing boss monsters barrows gloves will give you a good boost, it's like wearing 4 torsos on your hands not to mention the accuracy boosts.

They're still useless if your stats suck and you can't even kill the boss once without banking.

Never said he should boss hunt, either way they'd be a good investment to get even if he's just training for now because they speed up exp.

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stick with hill giants


That's a bit uncalled for. I agree he doesn't have Boss stats yet, but don't try to belittle him :shame:


actually, i wasn't trying to be mean. at first i had typed "stick to cows" but then i realized that wouldn't help at all. then i was going to suggest slayer but people seem to hate it for stupid reasons. with the current price of big bones, i thought hill giants would actually be a pretty good money making.. maybe fire giants? not sure.

edit: its worth mentioning that the mole is never better profit (per hour) than chaos druids, nevermind green dragons.
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slayer is good :thumbup:

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