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I get this will take me a while, but just wondering if anyone has any ways of making at least 500k p/h

 

I have a minimum level of 50 in all skills, if this helps at all.

 

At the moment i'm making about 250k p/h, that requires 63 magic (i have 71).

i have 5.5m to spend.

 

help would be appreciated :)


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I'd recommend flipping; I've made about 20m in just about a week and I'm still learning how to do it. Has no skill requirements and I started with 3m so you definitely have enough to give it a shot.

 

Also, your dailies should give you like 500k a day or so, especially if you've done smoking kills.

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You can try the old classic: killing dragons.


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500 k per hour is literally the bare minimum for money makers.

 

1. Any of the chromatic dragons

2. Bats in the Blood Pact dungeon

3. Barrows

4. Killing black unicorns in the wildy

5. Waterfiends

6. Aviansies

 

Just to name a few.

 

Personally if I were you I would work on unlocking MTK if you haven't already and start using that in addition to herb farming and buying broad arrowheads/battlstaffs every day. Do that while working on Dungeoneering and by the time you have the dg rewards you want you should have enough cash to afford other things.



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I'd recommend flipping; I've made about 20m in just about a week and I'm still learning how to do it. Has no skill requirements and I started with 3m so you definitely have enough to give it a shot.

 

Also, your dailies should give you like 500k a day or so, especially if you've done smoking kills.

 

Any items you recommend?

Been trying things out, arrows, runes, food, ore, but not much profit.

20M? :/

how long did it take you to complete 1 flip usually?

 

500 k per hour is literally the bare minimum for money makers.

 

1. Any of the chromatic dragons

2. Bats in the Blood Pact dungeon

3. Barrows

4. Killing black unicorns in the wildy

5. Waterfiends

6. Aviansies

 

Just to name a few.

 

Personally if I were you I would work on unlocking MTK if you haven't already and start using that in addition to herb farming and buying broad arrowheads/battlstaffs every day. Do that while working on Dungeoneering and by the time you have the dg rewards you want you should have enough cash to afford other things.

 

Dungeoneering reallyyyy isn't my... favourite skill. I'd rather avoid it completely if possible.

Any non-combat suggestions?

May try out waterfiends though, ty.


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I'd recommend flipping; I've made about 20m in just about a week and I'm still learning how to do it. Has no skill requirements and I started with 3m so you definitely have enough to give it a shot.

 

Also, your dailies should give you like 500k a day or so, especially if you've done smoking kills.

 

Any items you recommend?

Been trying things out, arrows, runes, food, ore, but not much profit.

20M? :/

how long did it take you to complete 1 flip usually?

 

500 k per hour is literally the bare minimum for money makers.

 

1. Any of the chromatic dragons

2. Bats in the Blood Pact dungeon

3. Barrows

4. Killing black unicorns in the wildy

5. Waterfiends

6. Aviansies

 

Just to name a few.

 

Personally if I were you I would work on unlocking MTK if you haven't already and start using that in addition to herb farming and buying broad arrowheads/battlstaffs every day. Do that while working on Dungeoneering and by the time you have the dg rewards you want you should have enough cash to afford other things.

 

Dungeoneering reallyyyy isn't my... favourite skill. I'd rather avoid it completely if possible.

Any non-combat suggestions?

May try out waterfiends though, ty.

Well in reality a flip should only take a few minutes to complete. Flippin is how I made my money and once you understand it you will make good money. Youll want to look up the buy limits of items. I think you get the basics of flippin? If not I can explain it better and youll be able to make plenty of gp :). Farming herbs/limpwurts/whiteberriers/cactus spines adds a nice little boost to the bank and only takes about 10 minutes a run.

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I'd recommend flipping; I've made about 20m in just about a week and I'm still learning how to do it. Has no skill requirements and I started with 3m so you definitely have enough to give it a shot.

 

Also, your dailies should give you like 500k a day or so, especially if you've done smoking kills.

 

Any items you recommend?

Been trying things out, arrows, runes, food, ore, but not much profit.

20M? :/

how long did it take you to complete 1 flip usually?

 

500 k per hour is literally the bare minimum for money makers.

 

1. Any of the chromatic dragons

2. Bats in the Blood Pact dungeon

3. Barrows

4. Killing black unicorns in the wildy

5. Waterfiends

6. Aviansies

 

Just to name a few.

 

Personally if I were you I would work on unlocking MTK if you haven't already and start using that in addition to herb farming and buying broad arrowheads/battlstaffs every day. Do that while working on Dungeoneering and by the time you have the dg rewards you want you should have enough cash to afford other things.

 

Dungeoneering reallyyyy isn't my... favourite skill. I'd rather avoid it completely if possible.

Any non-combat suggestions?

May try out waterfiends though, ty.

If you are going to do waterfiends for cash, then it is in your best interest to dungeoneer for a charming imp/ dual chaotic crossbow (unless you get 60 summoning and manage to forge the royal crossbow). And if you plan to do any skilling or work on slayer then you should really dungeoneer.

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I'd recommend flipping; I've made about 20m in just about a week and I'm still learning how to do it. Has no skill requirements and I started with 3m so you definitely have enough to give it a shot.

 

Also, your dailies should give you like 500k a day or so, especially if you've done smoking kills.

 

Any items you recommend?

Been trying things out, arrows, runes, food, ore, but not much profit.

20M? :/

how long did it take you to complete 1 flip usually?

 

500 k per hour is literally the bare minimum for money makers.

 

1. Any of the chromatic dragons

2. Bats in the Blood Pact dungeon

3. Barrows

4. Killing black unicorns in the wildy

5. Waterfiends

6. Aviansies

 

Just to name a few.

 

Personally if I were you I would work on unlocking MTK if you haven't already and start using that in addition to herb farming and buying broad arrowheads/battlstaffs every day. Do that while working on Dungeoneering and by the time you have the dg rewards you want you should have enough cash to afford other things.

 

Dungeoneering reallyyyy isn't my... favourite skill. I'd rather avoid it completely if possible.

Any non-combat suggestions?

May try out waterfiends though, ty.

 

Get over it. Getting free t8 weapons is worth it by itself let alone the charming imp, demon horn necklace, bone crusher, herbicide, scroll of life, and scroll of cleansing. Plus you can do it while doing the other three things I mentioned (MTK, herb farming, and dailies) to get your cash pile up so that you can afford decent armor by the time you get the rewards you want.

 

Or don't, its your choice.

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Nex : 1 Zaryte Bow

Kalphite King : 1 Drygore Rapier ; 1 Drygore Longsword : 1 Drygore Offhand Rapier : 1 Drygore Offhand Longsword

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Tieszen's advice is pretty much the best route IMO. It sets you up for better money making methods down the road.


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