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hold_myHeart

hold_myHeart

Member Since 09 Jul 2010
Offline Last Active Aug 22 2013 06:16 PM

In Topic: Fastest Fish xp

07 November 2010 - 09:56 PM

I believe my friend got 99 fishing like this (I'll ask him later):

70 - 85: Lobsters

85 - 90: Sharks

90 - 99: Monkfish (good money too)

I think fishing lobsters till 99 would be like... enough to drive anyone crazy. I don't recommend it unless you're F2P. Then again, spend a bit of time at F.O.G and get the swordfish gloves. Faster than Lobsters.

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Here are some Pros and Cons with each Fishing Method.
I'M NOT ACCOUNTING FOR THE BARB- TAILED HARPOON.



-Lobster-

Pros:

-Faster XP at higher levers
-OK price that you can sell them at
-Fishing spots are close to bank (except in F2P)

Cons:

-Lose one spot in inventory
-F2P spots stink
-Its current price lacks in so many ways
-Speed varies with level

-Fly Fishing-

Pros:

-Fast
-There are banks close by
-There are F2P spots available

Cons:

-The income mad is extremely bad
-Rarely sells
-You lose two inventory space
-If you don't want to bank, it takes time to right click and drop them.

-Monkfish-

Pros:

-Fast
-It's near a bank
-The income is pretty good
-It has a consistent sell rate
-The XP is good

Cons:

-You lose one inventory space
-Requires a Master Quest, Swan Song

-Shark-

Pros:

-Best money possible
-Banks are nearby
-Barbarian fishing (96 required)

Cons:

-You lose one inventory space when catching with a harpoon
-The catching rate isn't something to die for
-The price is stable

In Topic: for dungeoneering what does C1s mean?

07 November 2010 - 09:28 PM

Complexity levels 1 - 6.

Complexity 1: - 50%, Complexity 2: -45%, Complexity 3: -40%, Complexity 4: -35%, Complexity 5: -30%, and Complexity 6: -0%.

In Complexity 1, you've got the basic skills such as magic, ranged, and melee. Your basic armour and weapons are given to you.

Complexity 2: Cooking, Firemaking, Fishing, Woodcutting are added to the other previous skills and your armour and weapons are also given to you.

Complexity 3: Mining, Smithing, and Runecrafting is added. Your armour is provided still, but not the weapons (reason why Smithing is added).

Complexity 4: Now we start seeing basic members skills such as Farming and Hunter. In this complexity level, you no longer have either weapons or armour provided.

Complexity 5: ALL member skills are available to you.

Complexity: There is no more XP penalty. You'll see a lot more puzzles here.

In Topic: *-P.K.Masters-* versus Freedom

03 August 2010 - 07:00 PM

Thanks for the war, Freedom :^_^:

In Topic: Dungeoneering resets

02 August 2010 - 09:32 PM

Once you have completed all the floors that you can, reset your ring. It should tell you in your chatbox once you can't go any further with the floors.

Once you have completed all the floors prior to the highest level you can reach, faster experience is gained by resetting the ring.

Best experience per hour can obtained by "rushing" all dungeons with 5 "pro" adventurers (probably 5:3 or 5:5) , doing small dungeons from floor 1-29, if "pro" team are nowhere near to be formed, duoing with a "pro" gives the second choice.

Then from the higher floors doing 5:5 large dungeons, accessing all rooms and leaving unnecessary monsters. With a "pro" keyman and teamates with high combats, floors can be completed in approximately 40 minutes. It is possible to obtain 40-50k experience from one of these floors.

* Only reset your progress once, otherwise your Prestige will be affected.
* Prestige is a bonus given to how many unique levels you have done since your last reset.
* Example run:

1. Floors 1-20 will give a Prestige bonus of 20.
2. Reset your ring so all the floors have a blank completion space next to them on the Floor screen. This will change your "Current Progress" from 20 to 0, but your "Previous Progress" will change from 0 to 20.
3. Do Floors 1-20.
4. As you have already received a Prestige bonus of 20, that will stay with you from Floors 1-20 after the reset.
5. If you level up enough to move on to Floor 21 then complete it, you will have a Prestige bonus of 21, equivalent to 21 unique Floors completed.

Repeat with your new Prestige bonus, or, if you can, first do up until your highest available Floor for a greater Prestige bonus.

* The higher Prestige bonus carried through levels 1-maximum for the second time will give you significantly more experience than the first.

* Note: Once you reset don't reset again until all the floors you can do are completed. In other words, do not reset, then reset again right after, this will result in the player doing all the floors again with less experience.


Hope this helps and best of luck to you.

In Topic: What to do now?

09 July 2010 - 06:14 PM

8m will definitely not get you far with your 92 prayer goal and your herblore goal. You could do a couple of farm runs though, for a steady profit, or, if you're capable, you can go to GWDs with a friend. Otherwise, go to the Green Dragons or Blue Dragons: those give a decent amount of money per hour. Good luck with your Summer goals, though! They're more or less more achievable as of right now.