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Complete family crest to obtain cooking guantlets.

 

Cook lobsters to 81,

Swordfish to 90,

Monkfish to 94,

Shark to 95,

Rocktail to 99.

 

Use cooking urns with all of the above.

 

Or make wines, which are currently around 2.7 ish gp/xp

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Complete family crest to obtain cooking guantlets.

 

Cook lobsters to 81,

Swordfish to 90,

Monkfish to 94,

Shark to 95,

Rocktail to 99.

 

Use cooking urns with all of the above.

 

Or make wines, which are currently around 2.7 ish gp/xp

thanks, this is exactly what i was looking for

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Complete family crest to obtain cooking guantlets.

 

Cook lobsters to 81,

Swordfish to 90,

Monkfish to 94,

Shark to 95,

Rocktail to 99.

 

Use cooking urns with all of the above.

 

Or make wines, which are currently around 2.7 ish gp/xp

thanks, this is exactly what i was looking for

Those are the 'never burn' levels except for rocktails. I'd recommend you start each one a few levels earlier as the burn rate is so small the XP/hour easily beats the lower level fish.

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As xpx explained a while ago, burning fish doesn't matter for the xp rate as much but it does matter for the gp/xp a lot. If you're going to do fish pre-no burn level you might as well make wines for the same gp/xp and three times the xp rate.

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As xpx explained a while ago, burning fish doesn't matter for the xp rate as much but it does matter for the gp/xp a lot. If you're going to do fish pre-no burn level you might as well make wines for the same gp/xp and three times the xp rate.

But if you burn less than 2% of the fish, which you commonly do at 2-3 levels lower than 'no burn' then wines are far far more expensive. I'm not suggesting cooking sharks at 80 cooking, just a few lower. (That would probably equate to less xp anyway.)

 

You've just given me a nice little idea though, i could make some wines just before xp weekend so when it starts i'll be getting almost triple xp for the wines instantly + whatever else i do :P

 

"Theoretically, it is possible to get up to 4579000 Cooking XP at once. This is done by making Unfermented wine nonstop for 6 hours (at which time one's account is forced to log out automatically) at a rate of 14 Unfermented wine per 22 Game Ticks (13.2 seconds), then waiting for the last 12 seconds to get the XP. 22895 Unfermented wine must be made in order to achieve this."

 

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