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I want to train Magic to get to the Magic Guild and High Alch. I have 47 Magic. Which monster should I train for EXP?

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i trained on the lesser demon in the wizards tower ( south of draynor )

 

 

 

but once you get to 55 and start high alchemy xp wont be a problem you get 65 xp per item alched

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i trained on the lesser demon in the wizards tower ( south of draynor )

 

 

 

but once you get to 55 and start high alchemy xp wont be a problem you get 65 xp per item alched

 

So I should High Alch yew longs? Unstringed or stringed? Thanks.

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yew longs wont get u profit

 

But good xp for that bit of a loss

 

 

 

Magic longs are the moneymaker (with string)

 

And who much would they cost each? How much money will the Alch give me? Thanks.

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yew longs wont get u profit

 

But good xp for that bit of a loss

 

 

 

Magic longs are the moneymaker (with string)

 

 

 

Good luck finding a seller.

 

 

 

With yew longs you can buy nats for 300 ea and bows 600 ea.

 

 

 

I've seen ppl buy mage longs for 1.1k ea, which will get you profit but never seen anyone selling them. seeing as mage logs are 1k ea and string 150 ea... would not make sense for the fletcher to loose money in it.

 

 

 

Go kill the monsters in pest ctrl and use the points to mage training as soon as you have 100 points. should get you a lvl or two. or melee there and use points to mage, jessy did that and few days later mage from 90 to 94. insane exp.

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