I will replace the dfs when training in areas where damage is not an issue (pc) This results in a 124 slash bonus and a OSRS Gold str bonus. In str training, I will use a sword.
What do you think? do you like it? The most controversial aspect of this armor is the dfs instead of the ddef for PVP. It's a good idea, and I see high-level players using dfs in conjunction with bandsos because of the reasons ive mentioned above.
Set it up. Dont enter. Camp right out side it. Pick fire, and it will kill all the Aviansies. Then, you can collect all the spoils! These include addy bars and clue scrolls, as along with Nex keys, Rune daggers, limbs, Law, Nature, Dragonstones and pure coins (up to 10,916!)
The xp value is more than just regularly killing them. It's also higher if you are constantly fighting them. For the cannon, make sure you keep the ranged bonus up to a high level. You can ALCH the limbs/daggers but I would rather offer them for sale. Plus most of all you could remain here for weeks on end without it becoming boring. Thanks to Tcmp3. No copying permitted. This is my property. Okay, I've corrected some spelling errors as I left one letter out on a few words or spelled red "ren". And yes you can use the cannon, but occasionally monsters knock it down.
What is it that people are so opposed to farming?
Many RS players dislike the Farming Skill. They either train it with Tears of Guthix or use it for a quest requirement such as Fairy Tale Pt 2. People often say Farming is boring when I ask them why. These assertions are untrue.
I consider Farming to be one of the most interesting abilities. It provides a variety of options for training, a change in scenery, and allows you to speak in a cc while learning. It's not taught through repeating the same action repeatedly for many hours. Instead, it allows for an extended break between Farming runs so you can choose to do what you want to do.
Slamming Farming is like saying that Slayer costs hundreds of millions. Take a look at the prices for Bandos Fury, Potions, Cannonballs and more. It's easy to find a Farming method that suits your budget, as there are so many prices and xp options. Because there's nothing else to gain except the ability to learn and lots of work, I don’t have the desire to quickly gain XP. I prefer to do runs using Willow trees as well as Pineapple, which I actually make more than I lose.
Herbs can be very good profits while also providing a bit of XP. Profitable herbs include those that are not capable of being bottled at Sorceress's Garden. To make a living farming I also collect and buy items to offer on GE.
These are not finished Broad bolts Battlestaffs and Sand from Bert, Flax, Geoffrey, Flax, Flax, pure ess and Seaweed from Catherby General Store.
A Spirit Tree planted on Etceteria can help you improve the approval of your Kingdom through watering the Dry Patch, while you are farming the bush patches. With the exception of certain minigames, farming XP cannot be determined per hour. It depends on your actual time. While I do not perform more than one Tree run every day (or as it appears), that will increase my daily XP.
You can log into RS to perform a farm run while you are working on the Real Life MMORPGTM. This will save you more than 30 minutes, and will still provide you with a good amount of in XP to farm. It is possible to get an level of XP at 1m per hour if you log into RS exclusively for farming. Prior to Willow Trees the XP rate is not very good though, which may dissuade new players from learning Farming.
The Livid Farm is a way to acquire Farming skills. Unfortunately this also makes Farming much more bottable and will devalue the achievement of 99 Farm. Your opinion about farming?
F2p Skiller RuneScape 3 Gold. Matamurem here. I've created a guide for F2P folks that covers some of the skills they can perform. The rest of the skills will be put in along with some members' skills once I am able to join. We are very interested in constructive criticism...