My brain has just been bursting with ideas about ways to teach multiple skills to 99 people while making a huge profit. I have a goal of creating 100k+ yew-longbows by hand and then receiving 99 Woodcutting, Fletching and Mage. It is my responsibility to acquire the following "supplies".
When I have all my items in my possession, I will flytch my 100k+ longbows. Then I will then high-alch my longbows. After a hard job I'll be rewarded with 70+ mil, three 99's and a nice reward. I am interested in your opinion regarding my goals. Do you think it's a good goal? Or if it's an "In Your dreams", "Your out freakinyour mind" kind of goal? I'd like to hear your comments. I'm not sure how long it will take. It could take up to four months...
This is Why You Should Start
I'm here to share the advantages of being a beggar. It's not going to be very useful initially, but it will get simpler once you have met an honest person. Benefits: You won't receive any new combat statistics by begging. whats good is that you'll have a variety of options and dont get bored as you can beg wherever.
I can promise you that by 99,, you will possess the most proficient typing skills and enough money to buy an yak (not charms). High leveled beggers can get you riches such as 42gp as well as the leather boots. you dont even have to be a professional because most of your clients are able to offer back massages if they are an expert.
The slayer helm/full black mask can increase your cool factor in a percentage and can really help when you are begging. Saving money on investment in German software firms or expensive skills such as prayer, can be a good thing.
The disadvantages are that it takes a lot of time to earn money, unless you are willing to stalk. This could lead to a lot of assaults and beatings, but it's worth the effort. It can take some time before you can sniff out a religious person to take their money and then use it to buy runes.
I've been wandering through Runescape over the last couple of days, lost in. What was what made RS so popular in the past was the little guilds and organizations which popped out with no Jagex. This thread is dedicated to them and I hope it can help them return to the numbers they once enjoyed.
World 66 Laws ~ This is among the oldest member organizations around, and the basic idea behind it is. You will bring essence and they'll provide you with the law and the renowned essencese back. Official crafters are dressed in red robes. World 16 AirsThis is similar to law running. All you need to do is offer the crafters some essence and they will provide you with airs. World 132 Yanille Flackers This is where fletchers can gather in peace, away from the banks. Are there any places that people can meet and practice their skills in peace?
This Is the Reasons You Should Be Boss
I'm here to discuss the many benefits of bossing. While it won't be helpful in low levels, it could assist you in reaching a higher level of combat. Benefits ---- You can boost your money by battling other players. The best part is that you will receive a lot of drops and not get bored. After a while of bossing I am sure that you will get enough chaos (maybe even 99) and yak(charms too), probly oversprays, professional equipment, 99 mage and range deciding how you invest your cash.
High leveled people that boss can earn you wealth such as the divine sigil, god wars dungeon items, and even torva armour. you dont even have to get 96 herblore because most of the teams require extremes and turmoil and not overkills.
The fire cape/ bandos armor/ chaotic weapons could increase your percentage in getting kills and getting into teams and can really help when trying to afford something valuable such as party hats. You can save money by purchasing effigies from bosses (ONLY SOLO’S) to higher-priced skills like herblore. Low-level employees who are afraid to be bosses can work for their bosses and earn lots of money with the lootshare program.
Disadvantages----Takes extremely long to see drops such as a sigil from corp or torva armour from nex and can get frustrating but the effort is well worth it. When you've got more requirements, like extremes and turmoil or weapons that are chaotic, you won't start seeing a lot of drops. It will then be easier to join good teams. Discuss the advantages or disadvantages when you boss.
I am level 129 and started playing RS about a month before RS2 was launched officially. Because I was in middleschool at the time, it was simple to locate the timing (days) to play RS. There weren't any particular abilities, but I did very well at school, played regular sports, and got excellent marks. There's only so much you could do when you're younger. Also, I was the first in my freaking area to get DSL. God know how much about computers this game taught my 11 year old self.
But I'm not here to sprinkle nostalgia on your face. RS has released a massive amount of updates in the past year, including chaos, godwars (which I hate), godwars, nex and corp, as well as mounds of other high-level information. Although the requirements are not an issue for me, I do have a few other things I do not have however, I admit that if I had more time, I'd have them all.
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