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Alright. I'm poor and want to stop being so. What's the fastest moneymaker for me with these stats and ~11m initial investing money? (I already have a fury, and can sell that and some gear if necessary.)
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Frost Dragons or TDS. Make sure to farm herbs on the side. TDS might be nice for the effigy/charm drops but frost dragons have more consistent profit.

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Frost Dragons or TDS. Make sure to farm herbs on the side. TDS might be nice for the effigy/charm drops but frost dragons have more consistent profit.

So frosts are still good, even without a yak?
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Use a war tortoise for the space.

However, I think T.D's may be a better use of your time.
If you go boss hunting with a team - Corp might be a good idea.

Flipping is pretty good as well.
The better your items = the more of a profit you can make.
It's annoying when people start trying to flip your item but you can always try to milk it as much as you can while looking for other random things to flip
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Use a war tortoise for the space.

However, I think T.D's may be a better use of your time.
If you go boss hunting with a team - Corp might be a good idea.

Okay, I'll try TDs as well. Are boost prayers required there for maximum potential, or am I okay just using ovls?
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It is always a good idea to use boosting prayers. For tds, you use rigour + piety or turmoil all the way if you have a steel titan.
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Use the best boost prayers you can, for their cost they give a massive boost to dps. The boost is much cheaper then ovl, to put it in perspective.

Edit: Ninja'd, Quyneax, you should keep score of how many people you ninja in here.

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It is always a good idea to use boosting prayers. For tds, you use rigour + piety or turmoil all the way if you have a steel titan.

Gotcha. Guess I'll have to learn to switch boost prayers whenever I switch weapons then, shouldn't be too hard.
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Frosts Dragons are of course worth it without Yak, but not without War Tortoise IMO.
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Really? Cause as I recall it was you who was the one cussing me at base. Also, re-read what you just said: one 15 second delay (which is an exaggeration to begin with) ruins floor times? You are beyond ridiculous.


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Use a war tortoise for the space.

However, I think T.D's may be a better use of your time.
If you go boss hunting with a team - Corp might be a good idea.

Flipping is pretty good as well.
The better your items = the more of a profit you can make.
It's annoying when people start trying to flip your item but you can always try to milk it as much as you can while looking for other random things to flip

Theres not much profit in flipping with 11m best he makes up his bank theeen trys flipping

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Here's a list of things you can consider doing for making money.

Combat:
*Bandos
*Armadyl
*Saradomin
*Nex
*Tormented demons
*Dagannoth kings
*Pking
*Staking
*Frost dragons
*Corporeal beast
*Barrows


Skilling:
*Grenwalls
*Swamp lizards
*Runite mining
*Herb farming
*Double nature runecrafting


Etc.:
*Merchanting - long-term investing, flipping, etc.
*Manage Thy Kingdom
*Fungus


Good luck

Edit: I know I wrote "DONE" at one of them, but that's because it's a list of what I'm going to make video guides for - sorry :P Edited now

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Use a war tortoise for the space.

However, I think T.D's may be a better use of your time.
If you go boss hunting with a team - Corp might be a good idea.

Flipping is pretty good as well.
The better your items = the more of a profit you can make.
It's annoying when people start trying to flip your item but you can always try to milk it as much as you can while looking for other random things to flip

Theres not much profit in flipping with 11m best he makes up his bank theeen trys flipping


11 M is definately enough to start flipping with.
Obviously you're not going to make 2-3 M per flip - but with 11 M, there are things I've used (and still use) that flip quite easily and have a return of about 8% ish.
Log in once every one-two hours (even if you're going to do a herb run) and you'll find that most of your buy/sells would have already been done.

It's not so much about the amount of money (of course it helps you have access to more expensive goods) but if you can find something that flips fast. That should be your goal when flipping.
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