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F2P Crafting training, <500k loss


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TheEvilWorm
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Hi guys,

just logged on to my Runescape acc I havent used for months, and I noticed that most of my skills are an even number like 60 or 65. Thats neat. Crafting is at 51. Ouch, that hurts my OCD.

So I need to get crafting from 51 to 60 in the next days/weeks. Starting money is not a big problem, I have 5M to work with. However, I dont want loss greater than around 500k. What methods can you suggest for crafting training as an F2P? All of my other skills are at least 50, most of them 60.
Thanks in advance guys!

Edited by TheEvilWorm, 20 March 2011 - 04:05 PM.

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Hegelstad
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Making hardleather bodies or buying membership, last option would be the best.

My lame drops:
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1 Verac's Helmet - 1 Guthan's Platebody


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K4ylan
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Hardleathr bodies or gold ammies.

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PaoZ
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craft gold amulet is the better way.

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CheapMark
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A slighty more interesting way to level crafting, and gain some benefit to you character would be to make urns in Barbarian village.

Everything is available there, mine the clay in the new mine to the south of the village, turn it into soft clay via the well in the centre of town and then mould it and fire it in the kiln there.

No idea about exp rates, but it is completely free, and the urns can then be used for prayer/ any other skill you fancy training next :)

Just thought it was worth mentioning :) the other option is hard leather bodies.

Cheap Mark - Going for 1050 Total

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wormy
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Gold necklaces if you want to make money, gold ammies if you want the level quicker and still want to make some money, emerald rings/ sapphire necklaces if the market is correct.
http://forum.tip.it/...s-spreadsheets/
is a good tool, but remember to look at the ge chart of the sapphires and finished product, in case the product is dropping like a rock.

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SirIzenhime
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If you were to buy the clay (already soft), what would be the XP/hr making urns at Varrock east?

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Fisher/Woodcut------Me-----Miner/crafter----Stabber----Leecher

^Golvellius must be so proud^

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gold ammies should profit

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Gold ammies ftw
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gold ammies ~30k/hr

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Make urns and then alchemise them. Draynor village is good if you don't want to spend time mining etc.

I'm not an efficienado.


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Hegelstad
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I'm the only one that thought urns were P2P :/

My lame drops:
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1 D Med - 1 D Dagger
1 Verac's Helmet - 1 Guthan's Platebody





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