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    Default Runescape Guides

    I have mergerd all the guides here into one post, and they are all sorted out. If you have a guide or are a maker of a guide and would like for it to be updated, just PM me.

    Guides:
    Smithing Guide
    How To Make Money(and everything else)
    Thieving Thief Guide
    The Anti-Scam Guide
    Runescape Complete Item and Quest Guide v1.2(part 1)
    Runescape Complete Item and Quest Guide v1.2(part 2)
    Runescape Complete Item and Quest Guide v1.2(part 3)
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    Default Smithing Guide

    --Posted by chronoX--

    Runescape Smithing Guide v0.9

    Table of Contents

    1) Legal Crap/Disclaimer
    2) Versions
    3) Introduction
    4) How to Smith
    5) Smelting Tables
    6) Smithing Tables
    7) Getting Started
    8) Smithing related quests
    9) Item prices as of 30/3/2003
    10) Runespeak
    12) Tips
    12) About the Author
    13) The last word/Thanks

    This FAQ is best viewed with a wordprocessor with a character width of
    about 79

    ------------[1. Legal Crap/Disclaimer]---------------------------------

    This FAQ is the copyright of it's author. No part of it may be
    transmitted or reproduced without the consent of it's original owner.

    Copyright� 2002 by Daniel Hu

    Please do not flame me about any errors in the FAQ, especially in the
    smithing charts. I did not make them myself, I copied from www.tip.it/
    runescape and added some stuff, and gave some more advice. Shame on me,
    I know, but at least I'm going to be (fairly) honest and own up, and I
    have neither the time nor effort to research all of it myself. Anyway
    tip.it, thanks for making an excellent chart on smithing.

    I am not responsible for any people to choose to commit suicide due to
    the fact they somehow got ripped off while using this guide. If you
    can't take the fact that this is only a game, you are pathetic. I heard
    of a guy who was playing Everquest (easily better in RPGing, but you
    need to pay to play), got a set of rather rare and extremely kickarse
    items, got hacked, lost them all, and decided life wasn't worth living
    anymore. I dont particularly want to be sued. Unfortunately, american
    people (Aussies are following quite nicely) have a nasty tendency to sue
    everyone around them, so I should be pretty afraid.

    ------------[2. Versions]----------------------------------------------

    v0.9 About 7/7/2002
    I have just started this FAQ. It's kinda crap, but it will do. This
    version has not been posted online yet.

    v0.95 17/1/2003 or 1/17/2003
    Still unposted. Have vastly improved the FAQ. I believe it's ready. Now
    all I ahve to do is submit it.

    v1.0 22/1/2003 or 1/22/2003
    It's finally been posted. Added a few updates to the smithing tables.

    v1.1 30/3/2003 or 3/30/2003
    Haven't had an update for ages. No time either, I'm a busy man. Year 10
    so many assignments it's scary. I just added some spelling checks and
    update the date in Gamefaqs, so more people go to this FAQ. Call me
    cheap... Oh, yeah, I added the price guide. It's not very comprehensive
    though, but I'm not that good.

    By the way, I'm putting up both types of dates, for the American people
    who read this FAQ. I'm too kind.

    ------------[3. Introduction] -----------------------------------------

    Before anyone bags me about my spelling errors, I live in Australia,
    and Australians use the British English system. So there. Don't Flame
    me about it.

    For those of you who do not know what Runescape is, it is a very
    popular online game. It is a Massive Multiplayer Online Game, or MMORG.
    I think that's it. The main difference between Runescape and many other
    online RPGs are:

    1) Runescape has graphics, even if they are pretty crap

    2) Runescape does not only concentrate of fighting monsters or other
    people. Of course, having a powerful fighter is very important, but not
    as important as the skills required. There are many skills, most which
    involve creating items, and selling them for money. You can fight
    monsters, and receive experience, increasing your character's fighting
    ability. Or, you can mine copper and tin, smelt it into bronze, and
    smith it into a sword. Or, you could fish tuna or sardines, and cook
    them. You can chop trees and make arrows or bows. You can complete
    quests in exchange for experience and goods, like a traditional RPG.
    The possibilities are huge.

    3) Runescape is free. Well, nearly. There are two types of servers in
    Runescape, 'free' servers, and 'members' servers. Call them f2p and
    p2p. The majority of players play in f2p, but in p2p, you have to pay a
    fee to use it. The trade-off is huge. The member's world is twice the
    size of that of the f2p world. There are new quests, new items, new
    monsters, and many other new features. Too bad I can't afford (can't
    use credit card yet) it.

    There you have it. They are the three main features of Runescape. I'm
    not sure if they are the three Official features, but it doesn't matter.

    The skill system in Runescape is much different to games such as Diablo.
    The more you use a certain skill, the better your character gets at it.
    For example, every time you hit a rock with a pickaxe (mining), and
    receive a piece of ore, you receive experience for that skill. Once you
    experience total for that reaches a certain number or higher, you level
    up. More level ups allow a greater chance of finding an ore, and allows
    you to mine better and better ores.

    This FAQ looks at one feature of Runescape's skill system. Smithing. It
    is one of the skills that can produce the most profit. The others are
    mining and fishing. Smithing can potentially produce the greatest profit
    out of all of them, but it is the hardest skill to raise. This FAQ
    concentrates on all of the facets of smithing, from the mining, the
    smelting, the smithing, and the weapons/armour.

    I am going to do it an assume that you know some things about Runescape
    .eg. how to move, how to use items, how to fight, etc. That will save me
    a lot of space. I will also assume you have a map (go to
    www.runescape.com, click on Runescape, click on map, and save the
    website).

    ------------[4. How to Smith]------------------------------------------

    Smithing requires three stages, mining the ores from rocks, smelting the
    ores into bars, and smithing the bars into armour or weapons. It is
    fairly simple to do, but there is a catch. A large one as well. To smith,
    you require ores. Low level ores are quite easy to obtain, and their
    rocks are very common. Along with each ore named will be the mining
    level required to mine it:

    -----------------
    | Clay: Level 1 |
    -----------------
    Clay has absolutely nothing to do with smithing. Clay is used in
    crafting, which makes amulets, holy symbols, pottery and leather. Clay
    is not particularly common, it's just no one cares about it.

    -------------------
    | Copper: Level 1 |
    -------------------
    A low level ore. Copper, along with tin, is very common. It is very easy
    to mine, and is used on conjunction with tin to make bronze. It is
    usually mined by new players, who wish to raise their mining level. It
    used to be good for powermining, but with the new fatigue system around,
    it is much less common.

    ----------------
    | Tin: Level 1 |
    ----------------
    Another low level ore. It is used in conjunction with copper to make
    bronze. It is very similar to copper, in it's abundance and uses.

    ------------------
    | Iron: Level 15 |
    ------------------
    Iron is a large jump from copper and tin. It is the metal most used in
    smithing, as it is easy to obtain and gives good experience. It also
    gives much better profits. The best place to mine iron is the mine SE
    of Varrock. It is near a bank, a bed, and has 3 iron rocks. One quirk
    with smelting iron is that it has a random 50% chance of failing,
    requiring you to mine twice as many ores than bars. Very annoying, I
    know.

    --------------------
    | Silver: Level 20 |
    --------------------
    Like Clay, Silver is associated with crafting. The only thing you can
    make with them are Holy symbols of Sarodomin. They also give decent
    smithing experience, but you cannot actually smith it, only smelt it.
    They are pretty good to sell to people who want to raise their crafting
    level.

    ------------------
    | Coal: Level 30 |
    ------------------
    Coal is the jackpot for many miners. Coal is used with iron, mithril,
    admantite, and runite ores to make their bars. Without Coal, you cannot
    make Steel, Mithril, Adamantite and Runite bars. Coal is very
    profitable, and even more so if you decide to smith with it. Steel
    requires, 2 Coals to smelt, Mithril requires 4, Adamantite requires 6,
    and Runite requires 8. Mithril is good to sell to other players, and so
    is Adamantite and Runite. Coal is most often mined in the Mining Guild,
    Barbarian Village and the wilderness Coal mine.

    ------------------
    | Gold: Level 40 |
    ------------------
    Gold is also a crafting metal. It is used to make gold jewellery and
    amulets. Gold is only profitable is you are able to smelt it, as you can
    sell the bars for high prices.

    ---------------------
    | Mithril: Level 55 |
    ---------------------
    Mithril is one of the high level ores. It is mainly mined in dungeons,
    the swamp mine, and the wilderness. Mithril equipment is usually in high
    demand, as it is strong and usually affordable to level 20s. Just don't
    sell any of it to shops, you will know what I mean. From now on, I will
    often refer to Mithril as Mith. Don't get confused.

    ------------------------
    | Adamantite: Level 70 |
    ------------------------
    Adamantite is very similar to Mith, in it's concept and demand.
    Adamantite is also mined in similar places to Mithril. I will refer to
    Adamantite as Addy, so I won't have to type so much.

    --------------------
    | Runite: Level 85 |
    --------------------
    Runite, or Rune, is the crowning glory of any player. Rune is the rarest
    and most sought for metal, and by far the strongest. Anyone who can make
    or mine Rune is exceptional. Very few people can actually mine and smith
    Rune. Rune is found in the Hero's Guild, VERY high level wilderness, and
    maybe on Crandor Isle. I'm not sure about the Crandor Isle and Hero's
    guild one, I've never been to those places

    After the ore is mined, you must smelt it. To smelt, you must take the
    ore(s) to a furnace. There are three furnaces in f2p, one near
    Lumbridge, one in Falador, and one in Al Kharid.

    Falador:
    Falador is the most commonly used furnace, as it is both the most
    accessible and the most crowded. There is a nearby bank, where you can
    withdraw ores and deposit bars. This is by far the best place to use,
    but others are still accessible. There are actually two furnaces inside
    the building, so it is easier to smelt.

    Lumbridge:
    The furnace is fairly accessible, but there is no nearby bank. If there
    were anvils there (which I am not sure of), it would be an excellent
    place to sell iron or bronze armour to newbs. If, that is, they can
    afford it/begged money off other people. Otherwise, it is not a very
    good place to smelt, as there is no nearby bank.

    Al Kharid:
    Al Kharid, on the other hand, does have a nearby bank. Unfortunately,
    the area is not very accessible, there is a toll required to enter the
    main gate (you can always go the long way around), unless you finish a
    very annoying quest. The furnace is not very crowded, and is very close
    to the bank. There is a mine (the scorpion chasm) north of it, where you
    can mine gold, silver and iron. Nevertheless, I would not bother using
    this town, it's too far from where the action is.

    Once the ores have been smelted into bars, it is now time to smith them.
    This is the bit where you can make a lot of money. To smith an item, you
    must open your inventory, click on the bar that you want to smith, click
    on the anvil, and select what you want to make. Here is a list of the
    smithing spots:

    Varrock:
    This is by far the most popular place for people to smith. In fact,
    there are !Three! buildings where you can smith. One in West Varrock,
    one in East Varrock (which also doubles as an armour shop), and one
    where this creepy guy changes male armour into female armour (and vice
    versa). Not to mention that the bank(s) are very nearby, the sword shop
    is close, and you have an excellent place to make all sorts of metallic
    killing devices.

    Doric's Anvil:
    Another good place to smith, it is NW of Falador, E of the Member's Gate
    and S of the Goblin Village. The Shield shop is nearby, and so is the
    mace shop (big whoop). Nevertheless, it is an excellent place to smith.
    Too bad you need to do a stupid quest to use the anvils there.

    Imcando Dwarf hut:
    This is a very little known point far south of Falador. It is involved
    with the Knight's Sword Quest. It is basically a small hut with an anvil
    inside.

    At first, while smithing, you can only make daggers, which are hardly
    worth anything. That is why you don't make daggers. The best item to
    make if you want to at least make the most out of your money is making
    short swords. Short swords give the most money per bar, and that is
    exactly why you should make them, at first.

    But there's the catch. Two simple reasons why simply making short swords
    is not worth as much as it could.

    a) It requires 5 clicks of the mouse in different to make places to make
    a single short sword. You can make 29 swords in a single sitting, giving
    29 x 5 = 145 mouse clicks. That is going to wear out your finger a lot.
    Until they can add hotkeys to Runescape, a RSI will continue to run
    rampant through the online gaming community. Making stuff like kite
    shields takes the same amount of clicks, it's just you can't make as
    many kite shields in one sitting.

    b) Firstly, understand how the shops work. In each shop, there are a
    default number of items. For the default quantities of each item, there
    is a set buying/selling price. However, once you start buying/selling
    items, the quantity of items change, and so do the prices. The more of
    one item in a shop, the lower the price, both for buying and selling.
    The less of an item in a shop, the higher the price .eg. let's say, for
    iron short swords (ISS), the default number of items is 15 ISS going for
    91 gp each. If you buy an ISS, the quantity of ISS will be 14. The price
    will increase slightly, to, let's say, 94 gp. On the other hand, if we
    sold an ISS to the shop, the quantity will then be 16, and the price
    will drop to, let's say, 88 gp. This change will also affect the prices
    of your sale, and cumulatively as well (29 is a fairly large number).
    Before long, you will be selling your stock at 50% below what you should
    be getting, resulting in a great loss.

    Learn from the wise, they say.


    ------------[5. Smelting Tables]---------------------------------------

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Bar Type |Level|Exp.|Ores Required|Notes |
    | | | |"Ingredients"| |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Bronze |1 |6.25|1 Copper, |None really. Just make sure you |
    | | | |1 Tin |raise your smithing level to at |
    | | | | |least 4 with smelting before you |
    | | | | |begin smithing the load. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Iron |15 |12.5|1 Iron |Iron has a 50% chance of failing,|
    | | | | |and it is completely random. You |
    | | | | |may get 13 bars out of 20, or 5 |
    | | | | |bars out of 20. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Silver |20 |13.5|1 Silver |No use using this for raising |
    | | | | |levels, Silver is just too hard |
    | | | | |to mine to use for raising |
    | | | | |smithing levels. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Steel |30 |17.5|1 Iron, |There's not much to say about |
    | | | |2 Coal |steel. Just don't buy coal certs |
    | | | | |and iron and turn it into steel, |
    | | | | |you'd be wasting your money that |
    | | | | |way. Mine your own coal. Unless |
    | | | | |ur lv 48. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Gold |40 |22.5|1 Gold |Yet again, you can't smith this. |
    | | | | |But you can sell gold bars for a |
    | | | | |good price though. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mithril |50 |30 |1 Mithril |There's not too much to say about|
    | | | |4 Coal |it, just that if you can smith |
    | | | | |this stuff, keep up the good |
    | | | | |work. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Adamantite|70 |37.5|1 Adamantite,|You are definately on a roll if |
    | | | |6 Coal |you can make Addy. Make it count |
    | | | | |.ie. Smith it and make a ton of |
    | | | | |money. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Runite |85 |50 |1 Runite, |People who can make rune are |
    | | | |8 Coal |rare. They already be on the high|
    | | | | |score list. Rune 2 handers, |
    | | | | |kites, and battle Axes are the |
    | | | | |best to make. You should buy your|
    | | | | |ingredients to save time and make|
    | | | | |more for the actual smithing. |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    ------------[6. Smithing Tables]---------------------------------------

    This is it. The most important part of this FAQ. This can make you rich,
    or get you ripped off completely. Alright, I'll cut the crap and get on
    with it. Enjoy!

    (Note: The 'shop's prices' is the amount you can buy them from the
    certain specialty store. Selling price is the price for selling them at
    the specialist stores .eg. buy/sell daggers, short and long swords to
    sword shop in Varrock, sell large and medium helmets to helmet shop in
    Barbarian Village, etc. I hate general stores. They give horrific prices
    for all sorts of items.)

    (Another Note: General Stores are good for getting rare stuff that some
    fool sold to the store. For example, you can sell a party hat to a
    general store for jack all gp, but sell them to other players for 300k+.
    Just thought you should know...)

    (And yet another Note: There are no specialty shops for 2 handed swords
    in f2p. However, they are good to sell to other players, as 2 handers
    rock. Except Bronze 2 handers).

    A little explanation about the categories...

    Armour/Weapon: The name of the armour/weapon. Duh...

    Lvl: Smithing level needed to make that item.

    Bars: Number of metal bars needed to make that item. Is standardised for
    all items.

    Exp.: Smithing experience recieved for making that item.

    Shop's Price: Price of buying that from a specialty shop if the quantity
    is at it's default. Not all items can be bought from these shops. These
    are marked with a @. Thank you Tip.it.

    Selling Price: Price for selling to a specialty shop. Not all items can
    be sold to these shops. These are marked with a @. And yet more thanks
    to Tip.it.

    Price per Bar: Price you get for each bar. Very important, for finding
    what is more economical .ie. gives you a better profit.

    Power: Weapon power. The higher the number, the more damage it can do.
    Axes have a greater power that aim.

    Aim/Armour: For Aim, it is how accurate that weapon is. Maces have a
    higher aim that power. For Armour, it is how well that thing will
    protect you.

    Rating: This is rather tricky to gauge. Rating is how good this is to
    make, usually for selling to shops. 2 handers are the best for selling to
    other people, but plate mail is the best for selling to shops.

    Bronze: 12.5 Experience per bar
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Armour/ |Lvl|Bars|Exp. |Shop's |Selling|Price |Power |Aim/ |Rating|
    |Weapon | | | |Price |Price |per Bar| |Armour| |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Dagger |1 | 1 |12.5 | 10 | 6 | 6 | 5 | 5 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Hatchet |1 | 1 |12.5 | 16 | 10 | 10 | 6 | 5 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mace |2 | 1 |12.5 | 18 | 10 | 10 | 5 | 6 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Medium |3 | 1 |12.5 | 24 | 14 | 14 | |+3 |* |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Short |4 | 1 |12.5 | 26 | 16 | 16 | 7 | 7 |**** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Scimitar|5 | 2 |25 | 32 | 19 | 9.5 | 7 | 7 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Long |6 | 2 |25 | 40 | 24 | 12 | 8 | 8 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Large |7 | 2 |25 | 44 | 26 | 13 | |+4 |*** |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Square |8 | 2 |25 | 48 | 28 | 14 | |+ 5 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Battle |10 | 3 |37.5 | 52 | 31 | 10.3 | 10 | 8 |** |
    |Axe | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chain |11 | 3 |37.5 | 60 | 36 | 12 | |+9 |** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Kite |12 | 3 |37.5 | 68 | 40 | 13.3 | |+6 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |2 handed|14 | 3 |37.5 | 100 | 32 | 10.6 | 12 | 11 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |16 | 3 |37.5 | 80 | 48 | 16 | |+7 |**** |
    |Skirt | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |16 | 3 |37.5 | 80 | 48 | 16 | |+7 |**** |
    |Legs | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plate |18 | 5 |61.5 | 160 | 96 | 19.2 | |+14 |***** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Iron: 25 Experience per bar
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Armour/ |Lvl|Bars|Exp. |Shop's |Selling|Price |Power |Aim/ |Rating|
    |Weapon | | | |Price |Price |per Bar| |Armour| |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Dagger |15 | 1 |25 | 35 | 21 | 21 | 6 | 6 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Hatchet |16 | 1 |25 | 56 | 34 | 34 | 8 | 6 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mace |17 | 1 |25 | 63 | 37 | 37 | 6 | 8 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Medium |18 | 1 |25 | 84 | 50 | 50 | |+4 |* |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Short |19 | 1 |25 | 91 | 54 | 54 | 8 | 8 |**** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Scimitar|20 | 2 |50 | 112 | 67 | 33.5 | 9 | 8 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Long |21 | 2 |50 | 140 | 84 | 42 | 10 | 10 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Large |22 | 2 |50 | 154 | 92 | 46 | |+7 |*** |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Square |23 | 2 |50 | 168 | 100 | 50 | |+8 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Battle |25 | 3 |75 | 182 | 109 | 36.3 | 13 | 9 |** |
    |Axe | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chain |26 | 3 |75 | 210 | 126 | 42 | |+12 |** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Kite |27 | 3 |75 | 233 | 142 | 47.3 | |+9 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |2 handed|29 | 3 |75 | 350 | 112 | 37.3 | 15 | 15 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |31 | 3 |75 | 280 | 168 | 56 | |+10 |**** |
    |Skirt | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |31 | 3 |75 | 280 | 168 | 56 | |+10 |**** |
    |Legs | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plate |33 | 5 |75 | 560 | 336 | 67.2 | |+20 |***** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Steel: 37.5 Experience per bar
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Armour/ |Lvl|Bars|Exp. |Shop's |Selling|Price |Power |Aim/ |Rating|
    |Weapon | | | |Price |Price |per Bar| |Armour| |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Dagger |30 | 1 |37.5 | 125 | 75 | 75 | 9 | 9 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Hatchet |31 | 1 |37.5 | 200 | 120 | 120 | 12 | 9 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mace |32 | 1 |37.5 | 225 | 135 | 135 | 9 | 13 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Medium |33 | 1 |37.5 | 300 | 180 | 180 | |+7 |* |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Short |34 | 1 |37.5 | 325 | 195 | 195 | 14 | 14 |**** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Scimitar|35 | 2 |75 | 400 | 240 | 120 | 15 | 15 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Long |36 | 2 |75 | 500 | 300 | 150 | 17 | 17 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Large |37 | 2 |75 | 550 | 330 | 165 | |+9 |*** |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Square |38 | 2 |75 | 600 | 360 | 180 | |+12 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Battle |40 | 3 |112.5| 650 | 390 | 130 | 21 | 16 |** |
    |Axe | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chain |41 | 3 |112.5| 750 | 487 | 162.7 | |+19 |** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Kite |42 | 3 |112.5| 833 | 510 | 170 | |+14 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |2 handed|44 | 3 |112.5| 1250 | 400 | 133.5 | 23 | 23 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |46 | 3 |112.5| 1000 | 600 | 200 | |+17 |**** |
    |Skirt | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |46 | 3 |112.5| 1000 | 600 | 200 | |+17 |**** |
    |Legs | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plate |48 | 5 |187.5| 2000 | 1200 | 240 | |+31 |***** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Only sell steel plates to the shops. Anything else is better for other
    players. Steel 2 handers sell good.


    Mithril: 50 Experience per bar
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Armour/ |Lvl|Bars|Exp. |Shop's |Selling|Price |Power |Aim/ |Rating|
    |Weapon | | | |Price |Price |per Bar| |Armour| |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Dagger |50 | 1 | 50 | 325 | 195 | 195 | 12 | 12 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Hatchet |51 | 1 | 50 | 650 | 208@ | 208 | 17 | 12 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mace |52 | 1 | 50 | 585 | 351 | 351 | 13 | 18 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Medium |53 | 1 | 50 | 780 | 468 | 468 | |+10 |* |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Short |54 | 1 | 50 | 845 | 507 | 507 | ? | ? |**** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Scimitar|55 | 2 | 100 | 1040 | 624 | 312 | 21 | 21 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Long |56 | 2 | 100 | 1300 | 780 | 390 | 23 | 23 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Large |57 | 2 | 100 | 1430 | 858 | 429 | |+13 |*** |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Square |58 | 2 | 100 | 1950 @| 624 @ | 312 | |+17 |** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Battle |60 | 3 | 150 | 1690 | 1014 | 338 | 30 | 22 |** |
    |Axe | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chain |61 | 3 | 150 | 1950 | 1170 | 390 | |+27 |** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Kite |62 | 3 | 150 | 2763 @| 844 @ | 294.6 | |+20 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |2 handed|64 | 3 | 150 | 3250 | 1040 | 346.6 | 32 | 23 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |66 | 3 | 150 | 2600 | 1560 | 520 | |+22 |**** |
    |Skirt | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |66 | 3 | 150 | 2600 | 1560 | 520 | |+22 |**** |
    |Legs | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plate |68 | 5 | 250 | 5200 | 3120 | 624 | |+44 |***** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Piece of advice: If you're making Mith equipment, don't sell it to the
    shops. There is alot of demand for Mith, and you can get some pretty
    good prices for it. Make stuff like Battle Axes, 2 handers and full
    Mith.


    Adamanitite: 62.5 Experience per bar
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Armour/ |Lvl|Bars|Exp. |Shop's |Selling|Price |Power |Aim/ |Rating|
    |Weapon | | | |Price |Price |per Bar| |Armour| |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Dagger |70 | 1 |62.5 | 800 | 480 | 480 | 16 | 16 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Hatchet |71 | 1 |62.5 | 1600 | 512 | 512 | 24 | 18 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mace |72 | 1 |62.5 | 1440 | 864 | 864 | 19 | 25 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Medium |73 | 1 |62.5 | 1920 | 1152 | 1152 | |+14 |* |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Short |74 | 1 |62.5 | 2080 | 1248 | 1248 | 25 | 25 |**** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Scimitar|75 | 2 | 125 | 3200 @| 1024 @| 512 | 29 | 29 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Long |76 | 2 | 125 | 3200 | 1920 | 960 | 32 | 32 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Large |77 | 2 | 125 | 3520 | 2112 | 1056 | |+19 |*** |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Square |78 | 2 | 125 | 4800 @| 1536 @| 768 | |+24 |** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Battle |80 | 3 |187.5| 4160 | 2288 | 762.6 | 42 | 31 |** |
    |Axe | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chain |81 | 3 |187.5| 4800 | 3120 | 1040 | |+38 |** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Kite |82 | 3 |187.5| 6800 @| 1920 @| 640 | |+29 |*** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |2 handed|84 | 3 |187.5| 8000 | 2560 | 853.3 | 45 | 45 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |86 | 3 |187.5| 6400 | 3840 | 1280 | |+31 |**** |
    |Skirt | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |86 | 3 |187.5| 6400 | 3840 | 1280 | |+31 |**** |
    |Legs | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plate |88 | 5 |312.5| 16640 | 5504 | 1100.8| |+63 |***** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Same advice goes for Mith goes for Addy.


    Runite: 75 Experience per bar
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Armour/ |Lvl|Bars|Exp. |Shop's |Selling|Price |Power |Aim/ |Rating|
    |Weapon | | | |Price |Price |per Bar| |Armour| |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Dagger |85 | 1 | 75 | 8000 @| 4800 @| 4800 | 26 | 26 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Hatchet |86 | 1 | 75 | 16000@| 5120 @| 5120 | 37 | 27 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Mace |87 | 1 | 75 | 14400 | 8640 | 8640 | 29 | 29 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Medium |88 | 1 | 75 | 19200 | 11520 | 11520 | |+22 |* |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Short |89 | 1 | 75 | 20800 | 12480 | 12480 | 41 | 41 |**** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Scimitar|90 | 2 | 150 | 32000 | 10240 | 5120 | 45 | 45 |* |
    | | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Long |91 | 2 | 150 | 32000 | 19200 | 9600 | 50 | 50 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Large |93 | 2 | 150 | 35200 | 21120 | 10560 | |+30 |*** |
    |Helmet | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Square |92 | 2 | 150 | 48000 | 15360 | 7680 | |+38 |** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Battle |95 | 3 | 225 | @ | ? @ | | 65 | 48 |** |
    |Axe | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chain |96 | 3 | 225 | 50000 | 31200 | 10400 | |+64 |** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Kite |97 | 3 | 225 | @ | ? @ | | |+46 |**** |
    |Shield | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |2 handed|99 | 3 | 225 |150000@| ? @ | | 71 | 71 |*** |
    |Sword | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |99 | 3 | 225 | 64000 | 38400 | 12800 | |+49 |**** |
    |Skirt | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plated |99 | 3 | 225 | 64000 | 38400 | 12800 | |+49 |**** |
    |Legs | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Plate |99 | 5 | 375 | 65000 | 26000 | 5200 | |+80 |**** |
    |Mail | | | | | | | | | |
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    This time, make alot of Rune 2 Handers. You can usually sell them for
    around 70k gp each, and are the most powerful weapon you can smith.
    Not to mention that medium-high level pkers tend to lose them regularly,
    meaning more money in your pockets. Plate mail is not a very good
    option, as people who can use them (you need to complete a very
    difficult quest to use Rune plate) are not particularly common. Plus
    hardly anyone tries (or wants) to lose them in battle. And you can buy
    them from this NPC at north of Barb Village for 65000 gp anyway.


    @ - Item cannot be bought or sold at specialty stores, you have to smelt
    them yourself. That is the price you get from selling them to general
    stores.

    ^ - Bullcrap!

    (And yet another note: the price list should not be solely relied on to
    find the prices of items, especially with other players. You may end up
    losing a great bargain it you only use the selling price when selling an
    item on the 'selling price' described in this FAQ. And these prices are
    probably a couple of years out of date, so yet again, don't rely
    completely on them. I am most unsure about Rune, as I have never worn it
    nor smithed it.)

    ------------[7. Getting Started]---------------------------------------

    This section is for those with low to medium-low level mining and
    smithing (1-50). Anyone higher, I am sorry, but you're looking for the
    wrong guy. Too bad you scrolled down this far to read this.

    When you first begin the game (sign up, log in, etc), you have 1 for
    every stat except for hitpoints, which will be 10. That will mean that
    your mining and smithing will be on level 1.

    At level 1, there are only 3 things you can mine: clay, tin and copper.
    Clay is useless except for crafting, so you will be mining copper and
    tin. When I first began, I would deposit everything except pickaxe in
    Falador, go south to mine copper from Rimmington, go north to Falador,
    store copper in bank, rinse and repeat. With Tin, I would start the
    same, except go northeast to Barbarian Village, and mine Tin there. You
    should try to get at least 150 of each ore.

    Now comes the boring part, the smelting. At least it doesn't take very
    long. Empty your inventory, and fill it with 15 Copper and 15 Tin. Go to
    the Falador furnace, and empty your load into it, receiving 1 bar per 1
    Copper and 1 Tin. Go back to the bank, rinse and repeat.

    If you try, you would notice your smithing experience increasing
    steadily. The reason I said 150 ores was to give you a head start in
    your smithing abilities, so you could smith more profitable things
    earlier on, and more of it as well.

    As you know, smelting in furnaces gives experience as well. 150 ores
    would at least raise your smithing level to 6, when you can make long
    swords. If you look at the smithing tables, you would see that short
    and long swords give the best return per bar, and the shop you sell them
    to is both very accessible from an anvil.

    The next step is the smithing. It requires both a hammer, which is
    bought from general stores for 1 gp, and a bar. Go to an anvil, click on
    the bar, click on the anvil, and select the item you wish to make, from
    the tree:
    /-- Short Sword (1)
    /--- Dagger (1) /
    / /---- Scimitar (2)
    Make: Weapon ---- Sword ------------------------
    \ \---- Long Sword (2)
    \ /-- Axe (Hatchet) (1) \
    \--- Axe -- \-- 2 Handed Sword (3)
    \ \-- Battle Axe (3)
    \
    \-- Mace (1)
    /-- Medium (1)
    /-- Helmet --
    / \-- Large (2)
    /
    / /-- Square (2)
    Armour ------ Shield --
    \ \-- Kite (3)
    \
    \ /-- Chain Mail (3)
    \ /
    \ /---- Plate Legs (3)
    \-- Armour --
    \---- Plate Skirt (3)
    \
    \-- Plate Mail (5)
    Arrowheads (1) (This option is not available in f2p, so I know
    little about it.)

    Nails (1) (You can only make nails from steel bars. Nails are
    used in the dragon quest, which happens to be the hardest quest in f2p.
    After you complete the quest, you can wear rune plates, which is pretty
    damn good.)

    At any one time, have 29 bronze bars and 1 hammer with you when
    smithing. It is best to make 9 long swords and 11 short swords. Take
    your entire stock to Varrock sword shop, and sell the load. Go back to
    the bank, fill up your inventory again, and repeat.

    Continue this procedure of mining, smelting and smithing until you reach
    level 12 smithing. Only then should you change what you smith. There is
    an Anvil very close to Falador, at Doric's Anvil. You cannot use this
    anvil until you have completed a simple quest, which is to obtain
    several ores for Doric. After you have completed the quest, you can use
    his anvils.

    This time, instead of smithing long and short swords, you must smith
    square and kite shields. They also give good returns, and are fairly
    close to Falador's shield shop. This is also a lot faster than smithing
    short swords.

    Once you hit level 16, begin smithing plate legs and skirts, in equal
    numbers. Unfortunately, the leggings and skirt shops are in Al Kharid,
    and there is no nearby anvil. However, legs and skirts give the second
    greatest return per bar. Therefore, smith many legs and skirts, store
    them in the bank, and once you have high numbers of them, go to Al
    Kharid and unload them there. However, the shops there may have too many
    of those items to be profitable, so a good idea is to switch to another
    server and sell them there. Unfortunately, that means closing Runescape,
    so it may take some time.

    Once level 18 has been reached, rejoice. You can now make plate mail.
    They give the best return of all these bronze equipment, and can be sold
    very easily. In Varrock, there are three places where you can smith, one
    of them happens to be an armour shop as well. You can make a load of
    bronze plates, and sell them to the shop, leaving you with an even more
    decent profit. As well as that, you can make full bronze now, allowing
    you to sell them to new players at Lumbridge. Full armour is basically
    plate, legs, and helmet, sometimes with weapon and shield. I've seen
    them go for around 600. This can result in an extremely good profit.
    Unfortunately, most people know the value of bronze, and it is
    practically worthless. It is easier and more time efficient if you
    simply make bronze and sell it to the shops.

    Plate mail should continue to be made until level 21 smithing can me
    gained. Then, you can make iron long swords. Once again, mine a lot of
    iron, smelt them, and turn them into iron long and short swords. Then
    sell them to Varrock swords, and make a handy profit.

    Once level 23 smithing is obtained, begin making square shields at
    Doric's anvils. Once your smithing is level 27, also make kite shields
    with the squares. At level 31, make legs and skirts. However, you can
    sell iron legs in Varrock, at the same place you sell plate mail.
    However, don't sell too many at a time, you will get a bad return.
    Instead, sell some and store the rest in the bank, for later pickings.
    Therefore, just make iron legs when you can.

    And finally, at level 33, you can make Plate mail, selling them in
    Varrock as well. I recommend making as many plate mails as you can (5),
    sell them, then switch to acother server and sell them there. That way,
    you will get more money. Simple. Full iron to other players also sells
    much better than full bronze does.

    I do not recommend going straight to steel, steel is somewhat
    uneconomical. Of course, you can mine coal and iron and smith it, but
    you are not going to make a profit until you can make steel plate. On
    the other hand, steel gives far more experience than that of iron, and
    sells to other players well. Don't make steel shorts or mediums, no one
    cares about them enough to buy them. Concentrate on 2 handers, battle
    axes (very good), leggings, and plate. Don't bother buying the bars it's
    not worth it.

    I have not smithed Mithril yet, unfortunately. I do know that Mithril
    sells very well to other players, having used to be the owner of full
    mith.

    Addy and Rune are very good. Once you have that high smithing, get set
    for a lot of easy money. Especially Rune, there is a lot of demand buy
    medium to high level people who keep getting PKed and losing Full Rune
    plus 2 Hander. As well as that, they are often very rich from other
    methods (Strength Potion making, Lobster/Swordfish fishing, mining,
    etc). Anyone who can smith Rune can expect to be a millionaire with
    some effort.

    ------------[8. Item prices as of 29/3/2003]---------------------------

    These are prices commonly offered by other players, not shop prices.
    These may vary, so take advantage of it when you can.

    Rune Med - 10k
    Rune 2h - 70-80k
    Rune long - 20-25k
    Rune Battle - 60k
    Rune Kite - 60k
    Rune Legs - 60k
    Rune Large - 40k
    Rune Plate - 60k
    Addy 2h - 10k
    Addy Battle - 3k
    Addy Plate - 15k
    Addy Large - 3k
    Addy Legs - 4k
    Full Addy - 30k (People can't be bothered buying each item
    individually these days)
    Mith 2h - 5k
    Mith Plate - 5k
    Mith Large - 1.5k
    Mith Legs - 2k
    Full Mith - 12k
    Full Black - 10k
    Emerald ammy - 2k
    Ruby Ammy - 5k
    Coal certs - 1k if u have over 100 certs, otherwise 500 gp each
    Iron bar certs - 1k
    Iron ore certs - 500gp
    Feathers - 10gp each
    Raw Lobbie cert - 2k if u have plenty of them
    Lobbie Cert - 1k

    ------------[9. Smithing related quests]-------------------------------

    Doric's Amulet:

    This is a very simple quest involving a dwarf smith. Doric lives in a
    small house NW of Falador. He is making an Amulet, and requires your
    help (that guy who runs around according to where you click) to get some
    materials for him. These are:
    6 Clay
    2 Iron
    4 Copper
    You can mine all this cra... stuff from the dwarven mines. I hate clay.
    It's only found (I think) in the dwarven mines, and dwarves are annoying
    as hell. When you're on a low level. Which you would be when doing this
    quest.

    As with nearly all the quests, you get a reward. Once you give Doric his
    stuff, you will recieve 180 gp, some mining experience, and the
    permission to use Doric's Anvils. Good thing as well, it's in a pretty
    good spot.

    What I dont understand is what amulet would use 6 clays, 2 irons and 4
    coppers. I'm guessing ammy of accuracy, which you get from a quest. It's
    very good, but you can only get one per character. And the quest
    requires you to kill ALOT of imps.

    The Knight's Sword:

    This quest is alot harder. Go to the White Knight's Castle (DO NOT
    attack those knights unless you are at least level 40. You will get
    owned), and talk to the squire. He's on the ground floor, in case you
    don't know. He say's that he has lost (dropped somewhere) Sir Vywin's
    favourite sword. In the world of Runescape, nothing that lies on the
    ground stays there for long. Drop an iron long at Lumbridge and dozens
    of newbs will pounce on it like hungry animals.

    Obviously, you need to make a new sword. This is no ordinary sword, it
    has been in the family for generations and you don't have the skills to
    make one. The only people who can make a new one are the Imcando
    dwarves. However, there is only one Imcando dwarf left, who lives in a
    peninsula south of Falador. However, this guy has a serious attitude
    problem, and will not help you.
    Instead, go to the Varrock Library, and talk to Reldo, and ask him about
    it. He will tell you that Imcando dwarves love Redberry pie, so make
    one. However, you need a cooking level of 10 to make it. You need
    Redberries, pastry dough, and a pie pan.

    To get pastry dough, get a jug or bucket, fill it with water from a
    sink/fountain/well, and get a pot. Pick some grain near the windmill
    near Draynor, then climb up the ladders to the top of the windmill. Use
    the grain on the hopper, then operate it. Climb down and use the pot on
    the flour. Use the water on the pot of flour and pick pastry dough from
    the little menu that pops up. To get redberries, buy them from Port
    Sarim food shop, or grab one which respawns around Varrock. I recommend
    the latter option. For a pie dish, you need lvl 3 crafting. Mine clay
    from Dwarven mines or SW Varrock and use water on it. Take it to
    Barbarian Village and use it on the potters wheel and select pie dish.
    Use the unfired pie dish on the pottery furnace next to you, and you
    have a pie dish.

    Use the pastry dough on the pie pan, to get a pie shell. Use the
    redberries on the pie shell to get an uncooked redberry pie. If you
    don't know what to do next, I laugh at you. Hopefully, you haven't burnt
    the pie. If you have, empty the dish, and get more dough and redberries.
    If you have a redberry pie, then good on you.

    Then go all the way back to the Imcando Dwarf place. His name is Thurgo.
    Give the Redberry pie to Thurgo, and he will tell you he needs a picture
    of the sword. Go back to the squire, and he will tell you that Sir Vywin
    has a picture of himself holding the sword in the upstairs cupboard.
    However, if you try, he will personally stop you.

    Get a friend (or ask someone out there) to talk to Vywin. By that, I
    mean another runescape player. While he's being distracted, go to the
    cupboard and take it. Don't worry, it will respawn for some other guy to
    steal.

    Go back to Thurgo, and give him the picture. He will then ask you for
    materials: 2 iron bars and 1 blurite ore. The iron bars are easy enough,
    I've been telling you how to get them all through the FAQ.

    The blurite ore is way harder. You must go into the ice caves and mine
    then in there. Unfortunately, the place is infested with ice warriors
    (level 5 and ice giants (level 6. Ice warriors are aggressive, Ice
    Giants are aggressive only if you bump into them .ie. walk AROUND them.
    You should go on a server with many people online, and hopefully there
    will be some other people training there. Run to the end of the dungeon,
    mine the ore and get out. I recommend carrying a 2 hander, plate mail
    and a pickaxe. That way, if you get slaughtered in there, you can get
    resurrected with the weapon, plate mail and the ore. Aww, you lost a
    pickaxe...

    Actually, what I did was carry nothing but a pickaxe. I ran to the end,
    mined some blurite ore, and committed suicide on the ice giants.

    Another thing I found our are that some people are absolutely terrified
    of getting killed, even if they have nothing to lose. My friend sells
    Blurite ore for 5k each. Very nice profit, considering how easy it is to
    get Blurite ore.

    Anyway, go back the the dwarf, give him the junk, and you will recieve
    the sword. Equip it if you like, and, WTF! The legendary sword is weaker
    than a steel long? The blurite sword has 11/11 statistics. Why couldn't
    Vywin just get a rune long or something? I guess the only reason it was
    'legendary' was that it was a rather fancy sword. Screw the fanciness,
    swords are for hacking people's head(s) off.

    Anyway, go to the squire with the sword, and you will complete your
    quest. Your reward: a ton of smithing experience.

    ***As a side note, if you're strong enough, kill some white knights with
    that sword. That would piss them off***

    ------------[10. Runespeak]--------------------------------------------

    k -1000, as in 3k meaning 3000, or whatever. Don't say it
    like k3, that's just stupid.

    gp -The currency used in Runescape.

    Rune -The ultimate metal in Runescape. An unflattering blue
    colour, but once you have it, you won't bag it out.

    Runes -Items used in Magic.

    Addy -The second strongest metal. Happens to be an ugly green
    colour.

    Mith -The third strongest. Also in an ugly blue colour.

    Scorpion Pit -A well known mine north of Al Kharid and south of Varrock.
    Infested with annoying scorpions, hence the name.

    Pk -Player kill. Best done with pures, they go around in the
    wild killing people for their equipment. Thing is, attacking another
    player gives you a 'skull'. This is basically a little skull icon (like
    the ones on death runes or the wilderness marker) floating above your
    head. Normally, if you die, you lose everything but your 3 best items.
    With a skull, you lose *gasp* everything. However, you can use prayer
    and save one more item, which works if you have a skull. Anyway, the
    skull lasts for 20 minutes before it disappears. Meanwhile, every other
    pker will be trying to kill you for your stuff. Pking is best done in
    groups.

    PkPker -Player killer killer. In other words, you sit around in
    wilderness looking like a fat juicy target, and let other people commit
    suicide on you. Also best done in groups. One guy attacks another, gets
    ranged by yet another. Talk privately as well, so people can't tell
    you're working together.


    Wild -The wilderness area of RS, a wasteland of annoying
    monsters. Also where you can Pk. Organised into levels, who you can
    attack depends on the level wild you are in. The deeper you go into the
    wilderness, the higher the level. In level 10 wild, a level 40 can
    attack/be attacked by a level 30, but not a level 29.

    Pure -Someone that specialises in 1 or 2 combat stats. The most
    common are attack and strength pures, who wear weak armour and have
    r2hs. There are attack pures, who have rune battle axes. And Range pures
    who have high level ranged with 10 hitpoints. defense pures who wear
    full addy or full rune. Generally, your main character should not be a
    pure. And yes, you can have more that one Runescape characters. The best
    thing about pures is that they have a habit of losing their
    r2h/addy2h/etc. Sell away!

    Ranged -Has next to nothing to do with cooking. Has everything to
    do with bows and arrows and shooting them at people.

    Impure -Someone with generally even stats. They are the best main
    characters.

    PBs -Prayer Beasts. A pure with high prayer. Uses prayer and
    monk's robes.

    r2h -Rune 2 hander. The strongest weapon in f2p.

    f2p -Free to play. Don't need to pay to play.

    p2p -Pay to Play. Get all these cool extras.

    Lumby -Lumbridge. N00b spawn zone. I recommend turning on 'block
    all messages' to get rid of those FREE GP PLZ.

    b axe -Battle Axe. Tend to miss alot, but do way more damage.

    Brb -Be right back. They log off, but will come on again soon.

    Ty -Thank you

    Np -No problem

    Nm -Nevermind

    ------------[11. Tips]-------------------------------------------------

    * It is easier to do one thing at a time. For instance, it is better
    mining all of your stuff and storing it in the bank before you smelt it
    all, and then smith it all.

    * Take a look at the smithing tables. Some things sell at a better price
    per bar than others. For example, would you rather smith an iron dagger
    that takes up one bar and sells for 21 gp, or an iron short sword that
    also takes up one bar but sells for 54 gp?

    * Hardly anyone buys bronze equipment. There is no point making them if
    you intend to sell it to others. Iron is better.

    * Consider what would you buy yourself. Would you want to buy an iron
    medium helmet? I would more likely buy iron large helmets. After all, it
    is much stronger and not that much more expensive.

    * If buying or selling stuff to other players, take a price that is a
    median of the 'shop price' and the 'selling price' in the smithing
    tables. That way, you would make more money than selling to the shops
    and they would get a lower price than buying at the shops.

    * Plate armour is the best for selling to the shops. They are quick to
    make, and sell for tons.

    * 2 handers are the best for making to sell to other players.
    Unfortunately, you can never tell when you are going to get a deal, so
    it is better to leave some hammers and bars in your bank, so when you do
    get a customer, you can sell to them.


    ------------[12. About the Author]-------------------------------------
    I'm a 14 year old Asian-Australian from Sydney, Australia. I like
    alternative-rap-rock type music like Linkin Park, the Offspring, Eminem,
    POD, System of a Down, Blink 182, stuff like that. I don't like boy
    bands. But then again, who does?

    My RS character, Daemonicguy, is a level 51 as of 30/3/2003. I have a
    pure - Aznpsycho, which also happens to be my screen name in CS. He
    happens to be level 5. I play
    Counter Strike on a LAN caf�, Warcraft 3, but not online.

    I am against the war on Iraq, as I feel this is an American
    imperialistic attempt to subjugate a sovereign nation (Iraq) in an
    attempt to control Iraq's oil supply. I condemn the 9/11 attacks as it
    has brought so much hatred and tension onto this world, on both sides. I
    consider Saddam Hussein is an arsehole.

    I would generally consider myself centre-left politically.

    ------------[13. The last word/Thanks]--------------------------------

    I'd like thank:

    Jagex and Andrew, for making such a kickarse game. Keep those updates
    rolling!

    Tip.it, for making a comprehensive (if slightly update unfriendly)
    website. And that very good smithing table. Not to mention the
    experience tables/programs. Sorry if I couldn't contact you, my email is
    slightly, let's say, screwed. The full
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    Default How To Make Money(and everything else)

    --Posted by OmarJatoi


    hi all,

    ive decided to make a guide for rs to help out many of the ppl here

    first of all lets start of with a small intro so people kno what rs really is:

    RuneScape is a huge magical world. you create your account, choose what you would like to look like slay some montsers, raise your stats, make money, do quests ... some skills are : mining , smithing, rune crafting, magic, wood cutting, fire making, fishing, cooking, crafting. Then theres this option to become a member( by paying 5 USD/month ) and u get alot more skills for example herblore, thieving, slayer, agility, and some addition feature for the free to play version.

    Then there pking(people killing)...as you go north you find youself in the wilderness where other players can attack you, but its not like a level 100 can attack a level 3. For example if your a lvl 30 and your in level 1 wilderness a level 40 cant attack you and if your in lvl 10 a lvl 40 CAN attack you.

    First when u start the game you will not find a need to make money. As you get your level higher and have the ability to wear good armour youd want to make money and buy it. the richer you have the better it is

    well i guess thats about it for the intro...


    heres a table of contents ive made for al the information i know of :

    1. getting started
    2. skill guide
    3. make money !
    4. player mods
    5. jagex mods


    _______________1_______________

    Frist of all when youve create you account. you will be sent to a tutorial. that should teach you the basics of how to play and a little about the skills etc. altho if u plan on becoming a member the tutorial wont help you. but you'll by then learn about the member skills . oh but i will teach you about the skills in my skill guide...

    _______________2_______________

    Now heres a skill guide on all the skills in rs :

    Combat :

    when your fighting theres 2 swords making an X on the top left corner of the small box of the right of the screen. here you will see 3 or 4 options : agresive, defensive, controlled and ones for attack.
    aggresive is to train your strenght
    defensive is to train your defence
    controlled is to train defence strenght and attack - but its slower but raises all of em.
    and the other is for attack only

    i personally say your strenght should be really high, your attack and defences both should be the same level but u should atleast be able to wear deent armour and wield good weapons.

    then theres hit points - these are raised as u train attack strenght defence ranged magic and prayer also i think.


    Ranging

    well for this skill you need a bow and an arrow. these can be perchased from either people or shops. get a bow and some arrows. equip them both and then kill monsters- u can kill them from a distance without them hurting you. the higher ranging you get the harder you start hitting with your arrows . and theres also ranging armour which you can wear to give you protection and its better for ranging - as you get a higher ranging level you can war better armours and wield better bows ( theres only 2 armours and 2 bows for free prayers - theres more for members )


    Magic

    now heres a quite usefull and good skill, one of my personal favourtes !
    for this you need runes and the higher magic level you get the better spells you can use. all magic spells use different runes and some of them can cost alot. once you have the runes for any spell u can cast ( not all are for damaging the enemy ) you can attack the enemy from a distance giving you an advantage since he wont harm you - just like ranging.

    RuneCrafting

    now heres a useful skill. to start off you need to complete a quest called rune mysteries ( click on the quest journal to find out where to start it etc ) .. with this skill you can craft your own runes ! the higher runecrafting level you are the better runes you can craft.

    prayer

    well this is an easy skill. you can look at the prayer book ( you will find out about this in the tutorial ) and just burry bones to get your prayer level up. the better bones you burry the better experience you get.

    crafting

    theres many things you can craft. gold, silver, cut gems and make amulets rings or necklaces with the gem inside...
    heres what u can craft :

    Gold:
    amulets
    rings
    necklaces

    Silver:
    symbols

    cow hide/leather:
    leather armour

    cut gems:
    rubies
    diamonds
    sapphires
    emeralds

    to make gold u need gold ores and the mould for the item you want to make. goto the furnace with the ore and moult . use ore with furnce to make a bar and then use the bar with the furnce to make a ring amulet or necklace.

    to make silver you need silver ore and a mould . goto the furnce and do the same as u do for gold

    to craft leather you first need to get cow hides (kill cows for them) take them to the tanner and make them into leather (at a higher level you make craft hard leather)... when you have the leather buy a needle and some threads and use the leather and needle together.

    to cut gems just take the gem and a chizel and use them together (you can only cut certain gems at your current level)


    mining

    heres a really good skill. take a pickaxe (you cant use all pickaxes at level 1, u need certain levels to use pick axes.) . at level 1 u can mine copper and tin. mine both of these and u need 1 of each to smith them.
    as your mining level increases you can mine better ores for example coal and sell it off to make money.


    smithing

    for smithing you need to mine ores. at a low level you can only make bronze . this requires copper and tin. heres what ive made for you people to know what ores you need to make certain bars. then later u can use bars at an anvil using a hammer to smith weaponry and armour


    level bar ores needed

    1 bronze bar copper and tin

    15 iron bar iron ore

    30 steel bar 1 iron and 2 coal

    50 mithril bar 1 mithril ore and 4 coals

    70 adamantine bar 1 adamantine ore and 6 coals

    85 rune bar 1 rune ore and 8 coal


    the higher level you are the better items you can smith with these bars.


    fishing

    all you need is fishing equipment and to find the right spot to fish. after you fish you can cook you catch.
    you can fish shrimps with a small net
    then theres better fish you catch with a fishing rod and some bait
    you need a fly fishing rod and feathers to fish salmon and trouts
    you need a lobster cage to fish lobsters
    and a harpoon to fish tuna and sword fish


    cooking

    you can cook the fish you caght on a cooking range or on a fire that can be made by using a log with a tinder box. or you can make cakes or pies etc.


    wood-cutting

    for this you need a hatchet. the higher wood cutting level you are the better wood you can cut and sell it for money.


    fire making

    take a log and burn it with a tinder box.


    _______________3_______________

    ok now here comes the good part. everyone needs money !!!
    heres a few ways you can make money.

    first of all you can get your fishing really high and fish lobsters and sell them off for 200-300gp each. they sell quite often and the higher fishing level you are the faster you catch em ! if your a member you can fish sharks at lvl 76 fishing and sell them 700-1000gp each. the lower price you put the faster you manage to sell them !

    then theres mining. i really like this skill. first youd get bored but dont give up ! keep mining and mining ! once your level 85 mining you can mine rune ores which are around 20-25k ea... thats a really good way to make money. although it might take you long to get 85 mining but its worth the time ! really !- theres smithing but that wont help you make money alot... so i decided not to put that in.

    ok now theres wood cutting my personal favourite. all these skills would be hard to train and would take long but hey ! its really worth it. you can get you wood cutting to 60 and then cut yews. yews sell for 200-300 gp each and if u decide to become a member.... at level 75 you can cut magic trees which sell for 800-1000gp each.

    ok people now if your members you can fletch bows and high alch them. its a good way -

    now heres a risky but extremely good way of making money- once you have a decent amount of money you can start merchanting ! this means you buy items for less money and sell them for more! i say risky becuase u might end up spending all your mony on buying somthing and find no1 to buy it for more.
    -----
    one of my favourite way of merchanting is essences! you can be-friend many low level miners and ask them to mine you essences and then pay them 20-25gp each. you can then later sell them 30-35gp each!!! provided you have the cash, i bought 10k rune essences for 230k. and sold them for 350k !thats like more than a 100k profit ! all in 1 hour !

    so thats about it for my money making guide


    _______________4_______________

    Player Mods
    ok heres a small note about player mods. jagex selects some runescape players to become mods. this means they have the ability to mute people who are abusing orbreaking the rules. they are selected by jagex as they are experienced players and help people out alot. if you see a while crown infront of the persons name on the chat screen. well. hes a player mod.


    _______________5_______________

    Jagex Mods
    these guys are the jagex staff members. if u see a golden crown infront of someones name , they're jagex mods- also theirs name are like this for example "Mod Omar" (dont wanna take their names hehe)


    THATS it ! hope you appreciate
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    Default Thieving Thief Guide

    --Posted by chronoX--


    --==Runescape Thieving Guide v1.0==--
    Created by: morpheusjedi77
    RS Username: mastertribal
    E-mail: HimuraKenshin779aolcom
    Created: 3.21.03
    Updated Last: 3.21.03
    (c)2003

    --==Table of Contents==--
    I. Introduction
    II. FAQs
    III. Beginner's Guide
    IV. Pickpocketing
    V. Stall Robbing
    VI. Chests
    VII. Picking Locks
    VIII. Credits and Such

    --==I. Introduction==--
    Perhaps one of the more profitable member's skills is Thieving. In the
    beginning, you will only be able to make small amounts of money, but once you
    get high enough, you will be able to easily get loads of GP, Nature Runes,
    silver, gems, and more. It is also needed in several of the Member's Quests, so
    it is definitely worth training. There are four methods of thieving... Stall
    Robbing, Pickpocketing, Looting Chests, and Picking Locks.

    Version Information
    -------------------
    v1.0 - 3.21.03 - Just made the basic Thieving Guide. Maybe more updates in the
    future.

    --==II. FAQ==--
    1. Which way is the most profitable?

    It really depends on your level. For the most part, chest looting is the best,
    because you can get lots of rare items fairly quickly (blood runes, gems, etc.)
    If you aren't high enough to open the big chests yet, try your hand at stealing
    from guards. If you are below 40, it doesn't matter too much, because Thieving
    isn't as profitable at that point.

    2. Which way is the best for leveling up?

    For fast leveling, I would go for pickpocketing, since there is no delay
    between steals at the lower levels. The best spot for men is in Edgeville, for
    Farmers, the farm area north of Ardougne, for Warriors, Al Kharid, and guards
    in Falador or Ardougne Town Square.

    --==III. Beginner's Guide==--
    Thieving starts out fairly slow. At first, you will only be able to rob from
    men for a meager 3 gp a time. Men are in almost every city on the map, but I
    would recommend going to Edgeville at this point.

    At level 5, you have a choice. You can keep stealing from men, or take a trip
    to Ardougne and start stealing from the Baker's Stall. While you get better
    rewards from the stall, and more xp a time, there is a delay between when you
    can steal from a stall, and there are often other people there, which slows
    progress down there greatly. Personally, I would recommend stealing from Men
    until...

    When you get to level 10, go to the farm area north of Ardougne, and choose a
    group of farmers to start stealing from. You will get more (8 GP) from these
    guys, and a bit more xp.

    After reaching level 20, you can steal silk, but I recommend that you stick
    with farmers. Silk gives you 10 more xp per steal, but it can be tricky with
    all of the guards hanging around by the silk stall, and often there are a lot
    of people already there.

    At level 25, go all the way back across the map to Al Kharid. Here, you can
    steal from the purple-suited warriors. There are tons of these guys there, so
    you should be able to get a lot of xp fairly quickly.

    Once you get to level 32, you can risk going into the wilderness and stealing
    from Rogues, and at 35 you can steal furs. Personally, I would work with
    Warriors up until level 40, when you can steal from guards...

    From here, it is up to you to discover the rest of the wide variety of thieving
    skills and learn the tricks of the trade. Refer to the tables below for more
    information.

    --==IV. Pickpocketing==--
    In the beginning, the only thieving skill you can do is pickpocketing. Every
    time you steal from a character, you will get a small amount of gold, or in the
    highest levels, rare items. There is always a chance that the person will catch
    you, and in that case, they will start fighting with you.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Pickpocketing |
    |----------------------------------------------------------------|
    |Lvl |XP |Character |Reward |
    |----------------------------------------------------------------|
    |1 |8 |Man |3 GP |
    |10 |14.5 |Farmer |8 GP |
    |25 |25 |Warrior |18 GP |
    |32 |35 |Rogue |25/40 gp, 8 air runes, or lockpick |
    |40 |47.5 |Guard |30 GP |
    |55 |85 |Knight |50 GP |
    |70 |152.5 |Paladin |100 GP and 1 chaos rune |
    |80 |275 |Hero |100/200/300 GP, Fire Orb, Diamond, |
    | | | |Blood Rune, Gold Nugget, or Wine |
    |? |? |Gnome |Random (any non-quest item) |
    ------------------------------------------------------------------

    While Men, Farmers, Warriors, Rogues, and Guards have no delay in how often you
    can pickpocket from them, Knights, Paladins, and Heroes have a short delay
    between when you can steal from them.

    --==V. Stall Robbing==--
    The second method of stealing you will most likely encounter is Stall Robbing.
    Starting at level 5, you can try to sneak off with something from the stalls in
    Ardougne. At first, you can only steal cakes, but if you manage to get your
    thieving up to 75, you can enjoy the immense riches of stealing gems.

    ---------------------------------------
    |Stall Robbing |
    |-------------------------------------|
    |Lvl |XP |Item |
    |-------------------------------------|
    |5 |16 |Cakes |
    |20 |24 |Silk |
    |35 |36 |Furs |
    |50 |54 |Silver |
    |65 |81 |Spices |
    |75 |100 |Gems |
    ---------------------------------------

    --==VI. Chests==--
    In your journies across the game, you will most likely encounter chests that
    will have traps that damage you when you try to open them. You must search for
    traps on the chests to disable them, and then you will be able to open them to
    reap the reward.

    **Table is incomplete... there are quite a few more chests than this, and I am
    currently in the process of obtaining their information.
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    |Chest Looting |
    |-----------------------------------------------------------|
    |Lvl |XP |Chest |Loot |
    |-----------------------------------------------------------|
    |10 |7.5 |Wilderness - Axe House |10 GP |
    |26 |25 |2nd Floored Ardg. Bld. |Nature Rune, 20 gp |
    |47 |140 |Hemenster (need lpick) |5 st. arrowheads, 20 gp |
    |59 |250 |In Tower near Ardougne |2 Blood Runes, 500 gp |
    |72 |500 |Paladin Bld. Ardougne |1 shark, 1 adam ore, |
    | | | |1 uncut sapph., 1000 gp |
    -------------------------------------------------------------

    --==VII. Lockpicking==--
    The last thieving skill is lockpicking. This is one that most people do not
    train on, as it doesn't reap a reward and doesn't give very much xp. It is
    mainly a way for people with high thieving to access certain areas.

    **Table is incomplete... there are quite a few more lockpick doors than this,
    and I am currently in the process of obtaining their information.
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    |Lockpicking |
    |------------------------------------------------------------|
    |Lvl |XP |Location |
    |------------------------------------------------------------|
    |7 |10 |Doors in Edgeville |
    |14 |15 |Door to house opposite Nature Rune Chest blding |
    |16 |15 |Door to Nature Rune Chest in Ardougne |
    |21 |15 |Door in Ardougne Mansion (need for Totem quest) |
    |46 |37.5 |Door to Blood Rune Chest Tower |
    |61 |50 |Door to Paladin Building |
    --------------------------------------------------------------

    --==VII. Credits and Such==--
    I would like to thank Andrew and the guys at Jagex for making such a cool game.
    Also, I would like to thank CJayC and GameFAQs for hosting the FAQ.

    This guide is (c) 2002 Thorne M.
    (HimuraKenshin779/morpheusjedi77/Aeon'sDestiny)
    Please do not use this guide, in either part or whole for any website without
    contacting me first. The only site with permanent permission to use this guide
    is www.gamefaqs.com

    If you see any mistakes, or have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me
    at HimuraKenshin779aolcom

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    Default The Anti-Scam Guide

    --Posted by Xenonight2--


    Note- I made this a sticky out of good will for floppy, alright?

    Guide: Anti-Scam Guide V.01
    Author: Created by FloppyPillow
    Date Created: 13th of April, 2004

    Read Before Reading Guide:

    RuneScape is a game. It is meant to be played. Not to cheat. So here is a few ways to aviod the stupid scammers because I hate to see people scammed like the stupid posts like "Give me your username and password and you will get 1 000 000gp for you!" They are total scams so use this and you WILL NOT get scammed! It's simple really:

    1) Scammers always ask for your password and username. Guy's, lets think about this for a minute. There is two reasons why I feel that scammer that ask for passwords are just a total fake. 1) If they really CAN **** RuneScape, why would they tell everyone else about it. I mean, if you could **** something, then why lets others benifit? And 2) If they really COULD **** RuneScape, then why would they need to know your password and username? Like some other guy said on ANOTHER scam post, he bluttered some I.T. junk no one understands that went a bit like this. "[/i]If they knew how to **** RuneScape, then why would they need to know your password. If they are good hackers, then he could go into the Java Applet and get the Config files and change the levels and then **** the mainframe....[/i]", and went on and on for ages. Anyway, what the point of that was to tell you that if they COULD **** RuneScape, then they could get your username and password. That is the first way to tell if they are scammers.

    Lesson 1:
    Don't EVER give ANYONE you password, because they only want you account, as they wouldn't help you benifit in RuneScape. They just want to benifit themself with a new account Stupid scammers!

    2) Scammers generally have bad spelling. I don't know why, but after alot experience dealing with scammers, that is the general rule. Bad spelling. (Then again, I have bad spelling too )

    Lesson 2:
    Scammers generally have bad spelling.

    3) I have heard that RuneScape is like, 'impossible' to ****. It is like hacking the NASA database. Now i don't know how to **** and everything, (And I definatly do not want to learn how to **** aswell), but I DO know that NASA has ALOT of security; So I doubt that ANYONE, and I mean ANYONE, could **** RuneScape. I am NOT doubting that they CAN NOT make automators, because I have seen alot of people cheating in RuneScape, but it is VERY unlikely that ANYONE could change your status.

    Lesson 3:
    NO ONE can change you status or create money for you. When anyone says "I can make you have 1 million gp...just send your user and pass to me at i_am_a_scammer@hotmail.com and you will get 1 million gp instantly!" don't trust them. (Don't go to i_am_a_scamer@hotmail.com . It was an example of an email. That was not a scam people.)

    4) People. May I ask this? Why, ohh why cheat on a game like RuneScape? It spoiles the game for everyone. I think that the guy that has like 1 million more experience in mining than everyone else has been using an autominer. (By the way people, that is my opinion. Don't go telling everyone that he IS a cheater or telling him that he is a cheater, because that is my opinion.). Now is that fair for the 2nd top miner? It would spoil it.

    Lesson 4:
    Why cheat? Honestly people, why cheat? The only thing in RuneScapeis to fight and level up your skills. Now there is AutoMators out there that could do all that for you. But why look at a machine or something doing everything for you.

    Another thing to watch out scammers. JaGeX can catch every cheat and AutoMator, so don't think, (when you are cheating), to think you can get away with it. You will not be able to. That is the last note.

    It is as simple as that. (That should stop about umm...ALL the scams in this forum away.). So keep those things in mind, so when you see another scammer, then laugh in their face.

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    Default Runescape Complete Item and Quest Guide v1.2(part 1)

    --Posted by chronoX--



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    *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

    The Guide to Runescape
    Version 1.2
    Released 1/18/2003
    My Username on Rune is troahbarton

    *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

    |--------------------------------- TABLE OF CONTENTS ---------------------------------------|

    1.0 Introduction
    1.1 Updates
    2.0 Welcome to Runescape
    2.1 Basic Controls
    2.2 Interacting
    2.3 Reading the Map
    2.4 Chat
    3.0 Quests
    3.1 STOP!!!
    3.2 Black Knight's Fortress
    3.3 Cook's Assistant
    3.4 Demon Slayer
    3.5 Doric's Quest
    3.6 Dragon Slayer
    3.7 Ernest the Chicken
    3.8 Goblin Diplomacy
    3.9 Imp Catcher
    3.10 Prince Ali Rescue
    3.11 Pirate's Treasure
    3.12 Romeo & Juliet
    3.13 Sheep Shearer
    3.14 Shield of Araav
    3.15 The Knight's Sword
    3.16 The Restless Ghost
    3.17 Vampire Slayer
    3.18 Witch's Potion
    4.0 Mining/Smithing
    4.1 Getting Started
    4.2 Bronze Smithing Table
    4.3 Iron Smithing Table
    4.4 Steel Smithing Table
    4.5 Mithril Smithing Table
    4.6 Adamantite Smithing Table
    4.7 Runite Smithing Table
    5.0 Fishing
    6.0 Crafting
    6.1 Pottery
    6.2 Leather
    6.3 Jewelry
    7.0 Magic
    7.1 Spell List
    7.2 Rune Locations
    8.0 Prayers
    8.1 Prayer List
    9.0 Cooking
    9.1 Cooking List
    10.0 Fletching *Member Skill*
    10.1 Making Bows
    10.2 Bow Table
    10.3 Making Arrows
    10.4 Arrow Table
    11.0 Herblaw *Member Skill*
    11.1 Identifying herbs
    11.2 Mixing potions
    11.3 Potion table
    12.0 FAQ
    13.0 Price Lists
    13.1 Mining/Smithing
    14.0 Contributors

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    1.0 Introduction

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    Runescape is a massive multiplayer adventure on the internet, with monsters to kill, quests to
    complete and treasure to win. You control your own unique character who will improve and become
    more powerful the more you train and play. What makes this game fun is the ability to do
    whatever you want!

    You can go explore the huge Runescape world or earn a living practicing a craft such as cooking
    or smithing. Many of the characters in the game can give you quests to go on, each with
    different rewards. If you are brave you can search for riches in the dungeons but make sure you
    are well armed! Try your hand at archery, or learn some magic spells to give yourself an extra
    advantage.

    The game is a huge virtual world which means you will meet many other people in the world who
    you can communicate and trade with. Make new friends and go adventuring together to stand a
    better chance against the stronger monsters. Perhaps you want to make your money trading
    valuable goods with others. Or if you like taking risks, you can choose to fight with
    like-minded people to try and steal their treasure. There are so many things you can do!
    RuneScape isn't a game you can just finish in a week, it's a game which has never ending
    possibillities.

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    22 October 2002
    Had to change a bit of the formating
    in the Mining and Smithing section
    because the numbers were all over the
    place

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    | 1.2 Updates \
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    04 December 2002
    Due to recent damand I have added
    a way through the maze in the Earnest
    the Chicken quest.
    I have also added a guide to Fletching
    Herblaw and have added an FAQ




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    2.0 Welcome To Runescape

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    | 2.1 Basic Controls \
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    In order to even start to do anything in this huge world, you will first need to learn how
    to get around. Fortunately movement is fairly simple, and is just a case of pointing the mouse
    at the point on the ground where you would like to go, and clicking with the left mouse button.

    A small yellow cross will appear to confirm that the request was recevied, then a few
    moments later your characater will start to move. If the yellow cross appears, but your
    character doesn't start walking immediately, then just wait a few seconds, as it may take a
    few moments before anything happens. Your character will walk until his/her feet are at the
    point where you clicked on the ground, and will automatically work out how to walk around any
    trees or obstacles which may be in the way. If a yellow cross does not appear it usually means
    that the place that you would like to go is inaccessible.

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    To interact with an item you must first point your mouse at it. Look at the top left of the
    screen and you will see what you can do with that item. For instance if you point at an object
    you will see that you can 'Take' the object, this is the default choice. To access more options
    you must right click the object/person. When you request the action a red cross will briefly
    appear to indicate it was received. You may have to wait a few seconds for your character to
    perform the requested action.
    For instance in the example on the right, the player is pointing at one of the characters in
    the game, in the cornor it might say "Talk to Lowe". By LEFT clicking on the character the
    player could start a conversation with "Lowe". By RIGHT clicking, you would see a menu with
    other available actions.

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    To view the map - point your mouse at the 'map icon' at the top-right hand corner of the screen.
    A map of the surrounding area will appear.
    - The rest is pretty simple:
    - Objects on the ground are shown as red dots
    - Monsters and game-characters are shown as yellow dots,
    - Fixed locations such as trees & tables as light-blue dots
    - Other nearby players are shown as white dots

    You can also "Quick-Walk" round the landscape by clicking on where you want to go on the map.

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    | 2.4 Chat \
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    Not much to it you type in a message and it will appear above you head for the whole of
    Runescape to see. If you only want one person to see the message you can use the "Tell" command.
    E.g. If you wanted to send a private message to Acekiduk you could put- tell acekiduk Where are
    you? Meet me at Varrock. All Acekiduk would see is Where are you? Meet me at Varrock.
    To add to the excitement of chat you can put colour in your messages. Before you type a message
    put any of these codes in front and the message will come out in that message:

    @ran@ Flashing Rainbow colors
    @red@ Red
    @lre@ Light Red
    @cya@ Cyan
    @gre@ Green
    @yel@ Yellow (normal default color)
    @bla@ Black
    @blu@ Blue
    @whi@ White
    @ora@ Orange
    @mag@ Magenta
    @dre@ Dark Red
    @gr1@ Yellow Green
    @gr2@ Yellow Green
    @gr3@ Yellow Green (These three really are different!)
    @or1@ Yellow Orange
    @or2@ Pumpkin Orange
    @or3@ Dark Orange


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    3.0 Quests

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    32 quest points are needed in order to enter the champions guild, where you can buy special
    items that cannot be purchased anywhere else in Runescape. To gain quest points you must
    complete quests (obviosly!). Below are the walkthroughs to all the quests.

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    | 3.1 STOP!!! \
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    Quests are one of the best parts of Runescape. It's best to get in game and ask someone
    about the quests while you're playing Runescape but if you really don't know what to do,
    please use these as a LAST resort.


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    | 3.2 Black Knight's Fortress \
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    In city of Falador, visit the White knights castle, and talk to Sir Amik Varze upstairs.
    He'll tell you of the Black knights planning to destroy the white knights with some secret
    weapon. Your task is to find out what it is, and sabotage it.

    Go to the Cabbage field beside the monastary and take 1 or more cabbages, then go to Black
    Knights Fortress (a bit west of Monastary) You'll notice the front door is locked, and the
    guards won't let you in the side door. Why? You don't look like them. To get in u need a Guards
    uniform, Medium Bronze Helmet and Iron ChainmailAfter getting in go through the "odd looking wall" which is at the north Wall when u get in,
    go up the ladder. You see a "Grill" and u can choose listen by left clicking it, u will see the
    Black Knight Goblin, and the witch will start to speak to each other. It's an invincibility
    potion they're making, and it needs a cabbage from Draynor Manor to be complete. Any other
    cabbage will destroy the potion

    Go back down the ladder, you see a room next to you with 3 Black knights, try to go in and one
    of the Guards tells you that you shouldnt go in there, because the black knights are gonna
    attack you. When u get in there, 1 Black Knight will attack you, but just run from the fight or
    kill the Black Knight if u can. If u press the other door in the room, a Black Knight will
    attack u, so make sure all Black Knight's are busy if u want to go thru the door, (good to get
    friends with u attacking the BK's).

    Go upstairs, climb the ladder, at the north wall is a "odd looking wall". Go through it and
    "use cabbage with hole" (Make sure you "use" cabbage not eat it like i've done countless times)
    If you made it correct u will say "that must have ruined the secret weapon" or something like
    that.

    Reward: 2500gp, 3 quest points

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    Talk to the cook in the kitchen in Lumbridge Castle. He requests three items: An egg, a bucket
    of milk, and some flour. Before you set off take a pot off the table near you.
    Egg: Go to the chicken farm to the north - east of Lumbridge.
    Milk: Use a bucket on a cow to get milk. Bucklet you can buy in General Shop or find in Chicken
    Farm house
    Flour: Go to the windmill with wheat from one of the fields (near the egg farm) and bring one
    POT with you. At the top of the windmill is a hopper. Use the wheat on the hopper, then operate
    the hopper. Go downstairs and use the pot on the flour. Take all three ingredients to the chef
    and talk to him to finish the quest.

    Reward: 1 quest point, + 3 cooking skill (Must be between cooking lvls 1 and 4 )


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    | 3.4 Demon Slayer \
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    Talk to the gypsy in Varrock market, she tells you that you must go see someone ( I forgot his
    name) in the palace. When you find him he says he needs you to collect 3 keys to open the box
    to silverlight. For the first key go two the 2nd floor and find the guard chief. For the 2nd
    key go visit the wizard's tower with 25 bones. And the for the last key use bucket on any sink
    to get some water then go to the palace and use the water in the drain outside the kitchen,
    go down the manhole and into the sewers to get key. The Silverlight is nothing special (11 aim
    11 power) but it is only one able to hit Delrith, when fighting the demon you must select the
    right incantation from 4 possible or he will get to full health once killed. The forth
    incarnation is always the right one.

    Reward: Silverlight sword, 6 quest points


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    Talk to Dwarf Doric the Smith in the Amulet shop near ice mountian northwest of Falador
    -He asks you to bring him materials for an amulet:
    - 6 clay
    - 4 copper
    - 2 iron
    -You can buy ore in Dwarven mine fast. Bring the ore to him.

    Reward: 180gp, 1 quest point, mining skill (+2[level 1-3] +1[level 45-46]), and use of Doric's
    anvils



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    | 3.6 Dragon Slayer \
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    WARNING!!! Don't even start this quest unless you are in the Champions Guild, have over lvl
    33 magic and ready to fight a lvl 110 Dragon, remember you were warned!

    Go to the Champions Guild and talk with the Guildmaster and ask him about rune platemail.
    He will tell you to go talk with Oziach, Oziach is in the building north of the Barberian
    Village. He will need proof that you are a true Hero if he is going to sell you rune armour.
    So to show him your value you need to kill a dragon. There are 3 peices of map leading to
    Dragon Isle

    (1)The first map peice is in the Maze north of Rimmington

    (2)For the seconf map peice go to ice mountain and talk to the person there. She asks you to get
    some items so that you can open the door to the map peice. The door is in the dwarf mines

    (3)You need over 33 lv magic to get it. Go to the jail at Port Sarim and kill the gblin in the
    jail then use magic to get the map peice he drops.

    You will also need a special shield, go to Lumbrigde and talk to the Duke inside the castle to
    get the shield

    To get to the dragon isle you will need a ship fortually you can buy a ship called
    Lady Lumbridge at Port Sarim the only catch is you must repair her. To repair her you will need
    3 planks and 6 nails. After repairing the ship go Draynor Village and talk to Ned and he will
    sail the ship to Dragon Isle

    The Dragon is 110 Lv. For extra help use a strenght potion, food like (swordfish ?), for a lvl
    75 it is a hard battle but for 90+ it is easy
    Make sure you use your shield or you will get hit for 60 damage per breath ... this mean very
    short fight.

    Reward: You can Wear "Rune platemail", You can Buy "Rune platemail". 2 Quest Points


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    Talk with Veronica near the manor gates. She will ask you to find Ernest. Ernest is out of
    luck! The mad scientist transformed him into a chicken. To help him get back you need to bring
    scientist some parts of machine, which gremlins have hidden all around the manor.

    (1) The Pressure Gauge is located in the fountain in house garden and you cannot get it easyly
    becouse of some Piranas which like to live there. Go to second floor and get spme Fish Food.
    Go in mannor Kitchen (where the witch is) and get poison. Use poison on fish food to make
    Poisoned Fish Food. Use it on Fountain and you get the Pressure Gauge.

    (2) Rubber tubing is closed in closet but you need to find a key the Skeleton inside will not
    attack. You need a Shovel one can be found in the house. Go in garden and find a brown patch,
    Use shovel on it to get Key of closet

    (3) Oil Can -- you need to manage 6 switches and 8 doors, remember that all swiches are
    individual this means if you see someone pass through a door that don't mean you can pass
    through the same door too. You will need to use some switches twice.

    The solution to the maze is:
    Pull A
    Pull B
    Go NE door
    Pull D.
    Go SW door
    Go S door
    Pull A
    Pull B
    Go NW door
    Go W door
    Go N door
    Pull F
    Pull E
    Go E door
    Go E door
    Pull C
    Go NW door
    Go W door
    Pull E
    Go E door
    Go S door
    Go S door
    Go W door


    Take all the items to the scientist to finish the quest

    Reward: 4 quest points and 300 GP



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    In Port Sarim, go to the pub and talk to the bartender. He will mention the goblin war over the
    colour of their armour.

    Go to the goblin village in northwestern part of the map and talk to General Wartface & General
    Bentnose. They will inform you that they are looking for a new look for their armour. You will
    then need to obtain 3 sets of goblin armour, which are a random drop item attained from killing
    goblins.

    You will now need to dye the sets of goblin armour to change their colour. Talk to Aggie the
    witch at Draynor Village, she will inform you of the ingredients needed to make dyes.
    Aggie will have told you the ingredients to make red, yellow, and blue dyes, and that she
    charges 5gp to make each dye. Collect the following items to bring to Aggie so that she can
    make the dyes: Red - 3 redberries, Yellow - 2 onions, Blue - 2 woad leaves.

    Redberries can be found south of Varrock or in Food Shop, onions can be found behind the
    farmhouse that is south of the windwill, or in the garden that is north of Rimmington near
    Falador, woad leaves are obtained by talking to Wyson the gardener at the Park in Falador
    (be sure to offer him 20gp to get 2 leaves and you have to ask the Aggie about woad leaves;
    if you don't Wyson the gardener will not talk to you.).
    Bring all the ingredients needed to make red, yellow, and blue dyes, as well as the 5gp fee to
    make each of the dyes (15gp total), and talk to Aggie. She will make all the dyes for you.
    Combine the yellow & red dyes to create an orange dye. Then use the orange dye on one of the
    sets of goblin armour, and use the blue dye on another set of goblin armour. You should now have
    one orange set of goblin armour, one dark blue set of goblin armour, and one light blue set of
    goblin armour (original colour).
    Return to the goblin village and talk to General Wartface & General Bentnose. You will give
    them the orange set of goblin armour (which they don't want), you will give them the dark blue
    set of goblin armour (which they don't want), and finally you will give them the light blue set
    of goblin armour (which they are quite satisfied having the original colour armour).

    Reward: 1 gold bar, 5 quest points, crafting skill (+2[level 2-4])



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    Talk with Wizard Mizgog on the 3rd floor of the Wizard's Tower to start the quest.
    Go slaughter innocent imps (they look like tiny Delriths) until you find all four beads,
    they're black, red, white and yellow.
    If you can find people who will sell or give you the beads, that will work too.
    Return to the Wizard Mizgog for your reward.

    Reward: Amulet of Accuracy (adds +4 to weapon aim when worn), 1 quest point,
    magic skill (+3[level 5-8, 12-15])


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    | 3.10 Prince Ali Rescue \
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    First go to Al Kharid and talk to the King in the palace. He'll send you to his manager, Osman.
    Talk with Osman, and he tells you that somone has kidnapped the Prince and he wants you to
    rescue him. If you ask him, he will tell you all the ingredients for the quest: Rope, Wig,
    Yellow dye, Red Berries, Water, Flour, Ashes, Pink Skirt, 3 Beers, Clay, Bronze Bar.
    -- Rope -- You can buy rope from Ned in Draynor Village, You must bring him 4 balls of wool
    (you'll need this for Lady Keli)
    -- Wig -- You must also bring 3 or 4 balls of wool for a wig.
    -- Yellow Dye -- For this, you need two onions which you can find in the farm near the
    Windmill. Then you must take them to Aggie in Draynor Village.
    -- Red Berries -- You can find berries near Darkwizards in the Wood near the Stone Henge.
    (For Prince's makeup)
    -- Water -- Go to a sink with a bucket. (For Prince's makeup)
    -- Flour -- See the Bread Task for instructions on obtaining flour. (For Prince's makeup)
    -- Ashes -- Make ashes by lighting a fire and letting it burn down.(For Prince's makeup)
    -- Pink Skirt -- Buy in the Varrock clothing store.
    -- 3 Beers -- To get the body-guard drunk. Find it in Barbarian Village or buy at a bar in
    Varrock or elsewhere.
    -- Clay -- For making a key for the jail (to make it soft, add water).
    -- Bronze Bar -- For making a key for the jail.
    Next go to the Village west of Lumbridge or south of Draynor Manor. There is a new Jail there
    with Prince in it. Near the jail, you will find a daughter of Osman. She is a spy. She will
    tell you how to use the tools you've collected. The daughter of Osman will tell you about the
    key that you need to open the jail and rescue the Prince.
    Talk with Lady Keli (she is in the jail) and ask her if you can see the key. You will
    automatically take an imprint. Go back to the King of Osman in Al Kharid and give him the
    clay with print of the key. He will tell you that you need to go back to Leela (his daughter).
    She gives you a Bronze Key for the Jail.
    Talk one more time with Leela. She tells you that the guard needs 3 beers. Now you can go and
    rescue the Prince. The prince needs to disguise himself in the wig, skirt and make-up.
    Go into the jail, talk to the Lady Keli's body-guard, and give him 3 beers. Next use the rope
    on Lady Keli and go into the Jail with the key. Talk with the Prince and come back to
    Al Kharid for your reward.Reward: 700gp, 3 quest points



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    Talk to Redbeard Frank at the Port Sarem bar, in order to begin the quest you need to ask him
    if he knows where any treasure is.
    Go To Where The Ship To Karamja Is, Get A Ticket From Captain Tobias or The Sailor. Take the
    boat to the island Costs 30gp.
    When You Get To The Island Go To The First Shop On The Left, Buy A Karamja Rum Costs 30gp.
    Go To The First Shop On The Right Now go talk to Luthas the Banana farmer. Ask him for a job
    and then go pick bananas for him. When you have 10-12 bananas go to the crate outside Luthas'
    house. Use the bottle of rum on the crate and this will hide the rum in the crate. Then Use the
    bananas on the crate till the crate is full. Now talk to Luthas again to get your 30gp payment
    and ask him where the bananas are going.
    Talk with Customer officer and and let her search you, as you don't have rum she will let you
    go board a ship back To Port Sarim,
    If you try to take the rum on the boat back to Port Sarim. the customs officials will
    confiscate the rum and you will have to buy a new one.
    You need a WHITE apron for next part you can find it in cloth shop in Varrock market square
    Then go to the Food store. Put on your apron and try to open the back door Wyndin will tell you
    that you cant go back there but just ask him for a job. Now you can go to the back of the store.
    Search the crate and you will find your bottle of rum.
    Take the rum back to Redbeard Frank in Port Sarim Bar and he will tell you to get the treasure
    from a chest at the Blue Moon Inn and give you a key to that chest.
    Go to the Blue Moon Inn (Varrock) on the 2nd floor there is a chest. Use the key on the chest
    to get a note. The note says to dig behind the south bench in the park. Meaning the Park in
    Falador.
    For the last part a Spade is necessary. You can either buy one or get it for free at Draynor
    Mannor by the exit. Go to the park in Falador and Use your spade on the flowers behind the
    bench. Watch out Wyson The Gardener does not like you digging up his flowers and will attack
    you. Once combat is over, if he attacks, Use your spade on the flowers again and you will get
    the treasure!!!!

    Reward: 450gp, 2 quest point, 1 cut emerald, 1 gold ring



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    This is a pretty simple quest:
    Talk to Juliet then to Romeo then to Priest (Father Lawrence). Cadava berries needed to make
    potion are found in forest near Varrock's southeast mine.

    Reward: 5 quest points

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    | 3.13 Sheep Shearer \
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    The farmer near the windmill asks you to delivery 20 wool yarn balls to him.
    Go to any General Store to buy some shears, use the shears to get 20 wool yarns to the farmer.
    With this raw wool go to the Lumbridge castle tower or barbarian village to make wool on
    spinning wheel. Take it all back to get your reward.

    Reward: 60gp, 1 quest point, crafting skill (+1[level 1-2])

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    | 3.14 Shield of Araav \
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    In this quest, you're tasked to recover the Shield of Araav for the King of Varrock.
    Talk with the librarian in the palace. It's extremely hard to do this quest alone, so find a
    friend to help. One of you should: Join the Black Arm - Talk with chief of gang part of shield
    quest you must get 2 crossbows from Phoenix gang The other should: Join Phoenix Gang - Talk
    with Baerek in the Varrock Marketplace. Talk to one of gang leaders in the underground in the
    Varrock slums, kill a man in inn, and return with loot to gang headquarters. Each of you should
    get half of the shield from a cabinet in your headquarters. Go with shield to Museum first to
    get 2 certificates (one for each of you) and then bring it to king.

    Reward: 2 certificates - each of which grants the bearer a 600gp reward when presented to the
    King (note: king will only pay once, it is easy to give other certificate to player that helped)
    1 quest point


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    | 3.15 The Knight's Sword \
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    In city of Falador, visit the White knights castle, and talk to the squire. He needs help to
    recover his knight's lost sword.
    He tells you he lost Sir Vyvin's Sword. He begs you to arrange for another sword to be made,
    then tells you that the original was crafted specially by the Imcando Dwarves. The only one
    who knows about them is the Reldo, Varrock Castle Librarian. Reldo will tell you to take a
    redberry pie to the dwarf living on the southern pennisula of the map.
    Go to the cooking guide to find out how to make a Redberry Pie or just go buy one.
    The dwarf, Thurgood, asks for a picture.
    Go back to the squire and ask for a picture before trying to get the picture from the cupboard.
    If you don't, all you find in the cupboard is junk.
    Go to Sir Vyvin's room in White knights Castle and take the picture from the cupboard while
    someone distracts him.
    Give Thurgood the picture.
    Thurgood asks you to bring him 2 iron bars and a Blurite ore. The blurite ore is in a mine
    beneath his house; to get to it, you must go up the hill and into the mine entrance. Once in
    there, you will see a mine protected by hobgoblins and ice giants. Unless you are accompanied
    by a strong party, if you are a new player, you may want to avoid this part until you are
    stronger. The Hobgoblins are aggressive and dangerous to the beginning player. The Ice Giants
    are not quite so aggressive, but will destroy all but the best players. Prospect the rocks
    that surround the Ice Giants, and you will find that at least one contains blurite. Mine it,
    and you'll have the ore. Escape with your life, fetch yourself some iron bars, and return to
    the dwarf.
    He smiths the sword for you. Faladian Knight's Sword att + 11 power +11
    Take it to the squire

    Reward: 1 quest point, smithing skill (+6[level 1-7], +11 [level 12 to 23], +5[level 30-35],
    +3[level 40-43], +1[level 55-56])


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    Go to the church in Lumbridge Castle and talk to the priest. Go to the hermit's house which
    is in swamp south of Lumbridge Castle. Talk to the hermit and he'll give you the Amulet of
    Ghostspeak. Return to the church and go into the graveyard while wearing the amulet. Now you
    can talk with a goust. Now you have to find a Skull. A Skull can be found in catacombs under
    Wizard's Tower. You can take a skull from a chell guarded by skeleton. Return to the ghost
    with the skull and place the skull in the coffin.

    Reward: 1 quest point, prayer skill (+5[level 1-6])


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    Go to the crossroads west of Lumbridge. Get the garlic in the 2nd floor in the first house to
    the south. Find Morgan in second house to the south to get the quest. He tells you to go to
    the Jolly Boar inn and talk to the drunken EX-vampireslayer. Buy the drunk a beer and talk to
    him about it and you'll get a stake. Go to the Draynor Manor and get in to the cellar. There
    you'll find Count Draynor. Equip the stake and you need hammer in your inventory (make sure you
    have the garlic in your inventory, because it makes him lose 10 hp) and slay the evil Count.


    Reward: 3 quest points, attack skill (+6[level 4-10] +5[level 22-27])



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    Talk to Hetty in the Rimmington village southwest of Falador to start the quest. She need you
    to find a list of items:
    Burnt meat- burn some meat (get it from Bears, Giant Rats..) of buy in Port Sarim Food shop.
    Onion- Go north from the village and u will find a cabbage field and some onions
    Rats tail- kill a rat in the bulding next door
    Eye of newt - can be bought in the magic shop by the docks in Port Sarim.
    When u have all this u can go talk to Hetty and talk to her, and then "drink from couldron"
    Reward: 1 quest point, magic skill (+3[level 5-10])




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    4.0 Mining/Smithing

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    Smithing is personally my favourite way of making money plus if you can get a high enough
    smithing level you will never need to worry about buying amour again! But first we have to
    learn how to mine and smith:
    First you need to get a Pick Axe. You can find a free Pick Axe in the Barbarian Village, or
    Rimmington. You can also buy one at the axe shop in Lumbridge, or mining shop in Dwarven Mine.
    Then you need to find mine fields (places with rocks) and you have to RIGHT CLICK on a rock and
    choose prospect from the menu to check for possible ores. Your chance to find ore depends on
    your mining level and type of ore in the rock. If you are successful you will see the type of
    ore present in this rock patch in a message.
    Select Pick Axe from your inventory and then LEFT CLICK on the rock containing the ore. Your
    chance of success to extract ore is based on your mining skill level.
    You need the same smithing level to smith a metal as you need mining skill to mine it, thee
    is only exception Mithril which need 55 min.mining and only 50 smithing.
    After you have got some ore you will need to find a furnace. There are three furnaces in
    Runescape. One is located a little north of Lumbridge Castle near the 2nd bridge over river.
    Another one is in Al Kharid, a town located in the desert. The last one is in the town Falador.
    Left click on ore in your inventory and then on a furnace to smelt ore in metal bars.
    The following table will tell you what level you need to be to mine what ore:

    Ore min. mining skill Mining Exp. gained
    Any Gem 1 0
    Clay 1 5
    Tin 1 17,5
    Copper ore 1 17,5
    Iron ore 15 35
    Silver 20 40
    Coal 30 50
    Gold nuggets 40 65
    Mithril ore 55 80
    Adamantite ore 70 95
    Runite ore 85 125



    The following table will tell you what ores you need to make what bars:

    Bar Type Smithing Level Experience Gained Ore Required Success Rates
    Bronze 1 6.25 1 tin, 1 copper 100%
    Iron 15 12.50 1 iron 50%
    Silver 14 ?? ?? 1 Silver 100%
    Steel 30 18 2 coal, 1 iron 100%
    Gold 40 22 - 24 ?? 1 gold nugget 100%
    Mithril 50 30 - 32 ?? 4 coal 1 mithril 100%
    Adamantite 70 37 - 40 ?? 6 coal 1 adamantite 100%
    Runite 85 ?? ?? 8 coal 1 runite 100%


    Tips:
    One rock always generates the same type of ore.

    Rocks regenerate ore after some time, so to mine fastest go mine one rock, and when you get
    some ore go to another rock. When you return to the first rock, it should have regenerated by
    then. There are some theories that timer is personilized as you can get ore in same time as
    other players from same rock !!

    Tin, Copper and Iron regenerate max. every 1 min. (time depend on Number of players online)

    Coal regenerates max. every 5 min. (time depend on Number of players online)


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    BRONZE (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 12.5 1
    Hatchet (axe) 12.5 1
    Mace 12.5 2
    Helmet 12.5 3
    Short Sword 12.5 4
    Scimitar (2) 25 5
    Long Sword (2) 25 6
    Great Helmet (2) 25 7
    Square Shield (2) 25 8
    Battle Axe (3) 37.5 10
    Chain Mail (3) 37.5 11
    Kite Shield (3) 37.5 12
    2-H Sword (3) 37.5 14
    Skirt (3) 37.5 16
    Legs (3) 37.5 16
    Plate Mail (5) 61.5 18


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    IRON (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 25 15
    Hatchet (axe) 25 16
    Mace 25 17
    Helmet 25 18
    Short Sword 25 19
    Scimitar (2) 50 20
    Long Sword (2) 50 21
    Great Helmet (2) 50 22
    Square Shield (2) 50 23
    Battle Axe (3) 75 25
    Chain Mail (3) 75 26
    Kite Shield (3) 75 27
    2-H Sword (3) 75 29
    Skirt (3) 75 31
    Legs (3) 75 31
    Plate Mail (5) 125 33



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    STEEL (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 37,5 30
    Hatchet (axe) 37,5 31
    Mace 37,5 32
    Helmet 37,5 33
    Short Sword 37,5 34
    Scimitar (2) 75 35
    Long Sword (2) 75 36
    Great Helmet (2) 75 37
    Square Shield (2) 75 38
    Battle Axe (3) 112.5 40
    Chain Mail (3) 112.5 41
    Kite Shield (3) 112.5 42
    2-H Sword (3) 112.5 44
    Skirt (3) 112.5 46
    Legs (3) 112.5 46
    Plate Mail (5) 187.5 48


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    MITHRIL (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 50 50
    Hatchet (axe) 50 51
    Mace 50 52
    Helmet 50 53
    Short Sword 50 54
    Scimitar (2) 100 55
    Long Sword (2) 100 58
    Great Helmet (2) 100 57
    Square Shield (2) 100 58
    Battle Axe (3) 150 60
    Chain Mail (3) 150 61
    Kite Shield (3) 150 62
    2-H Sword (3) 150 64
    Skirt (3) 150 66
    Legs (3) 150 66
    Plate Mail (5) 250 68


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    ADAMANTITE (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 62.5 70
    Hatchet (axe) 62.5 71
    Mace 62.5 72
    Helmet 62.5 73
    Short Sword 62.5 74
    Scimitar (2) 125 75
    Long Sword (2) 125 76
    Great Helmet (2) 125 77
    Square Shield (2) 125 78
    Battle Axe (3) 187.5 80
    Chain Mail (3) 187.5 81
    Kite Shield (3) 187.5 82
    2-H Sword (3) 187.5 84
    Skirt (3) 187.5 86
    Legs (3) 187.5 86
    Plate Mail (5) 312.5 88



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    RUNITE (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 75 85
    Hatchet (axe) 75 86
    Mace 75 87
    Helmet 75 88
    Short Sword 75 89
    Scimitar (2) 150 90
    Long Sword (2) 150 91
    Great Helmet (2) 150 93
    Square Shield (2) 150 92
    Battle Axe (3) 225 95
    Chain Mail (3) 225 96
    Kite Shield (3) 225 97
    2-H Sword (3) 225 99
    Skirt (3) 225 99
    Legs (3) 225 99
    Plate Mail (5) 375 99



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    5.0 Fishing

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    Fishing is one of prefered ways to get food and money as there are many warriors in need of
    good healing meal after or in the middle of a tough battle and a one click health reserve is
    always a good thing to have.
    All tools and baits can be brought at Fishing Shop in Port Sarin and there you can also sell
    and buy many fish. You can easy cook your fish on any fire.

    Fishing Lv. Fishing Exp. Cooking Lv. Cooking Exp. Healing Tool / Bite Where
    Shrimp 1 10 1 30 3 Net Any Sea
    Sardine 5 20 1 40 4 Rod + bait Any Sea
    Herring 10 30 5 50 5 Rod + bait Any Sea
    Anchovie 15 40 15 60 3 Net Any Sea
    Trout 20 50 15 70 7 Fly Rod + feather River
    Pike 25 60 20 80 8 Rod + bait River
    Salmon 30 70 25 90 9 Fly Rod + feather River
    Tuna 35 80 30 100 10 Harpoon Karamja
    Lobster 40 90 40 110 12 Lobster cage Karamja
    Swordfish 50 100 45 120 14 Harpoon Karamja



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    6.0 Crafting

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    Yet another way to make money (Before you start a career in crafting you will need to have
    your mining and smithing levels over 40 so you can smith Gold for the jewelry)-

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    Pottery is the first part of crafting to start you will need to first mine some clay ore then
    get a jug and fill with water at a sink or fountain. Mix the water with clay ore, soft clay is
    produced, now go to barbarian village where there is a potter's wheel and pottery oven located
    south of the bar. put soft clay on potter's wheel and either make a pie dish or pot.(doing this
    increases crafting level) Use resulting pot/dish on pottery oven to get usefull item.
    You need 3 crafting to make Pie Dish.
    You need 5 crafting to make Bowl
    For the more technical person out there experience=
    Spin pot: 6
    Fire pot: 0
    Spin pie dish: 7.5
    Fire pie dish: 7.5
    Spin bowl: 8.5
    Fire bowl: 7.5



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    This is the sencond easyest part of crafting to start with you will cowhide. This is gotten by
    killing cows. Cows are located directly north of the windmill and west of the Varrock/Lumbridge
    road. Make sure you have enough money to turn the hides into leather (1gp per cow hide)
    Go to Tanners in Al Kharid, he takes all cowhide in your inventory at once and makes leather
    for small price of 1 gold for hide. You will next need to buy some tools from a crafting shop.
    There is one in Ali Kharad, near the general store and one in Rimmington (You will have to come
    to these shops often if you are going to take up a carreer in crafting). You need to buy some
    thread (you can make 5 items using one reel of thread)and a needle. Now that you have all the
    item you can start working leather. In inventory, right click on use leather, then left click
    on needle. In upper left corner, in red choose if you want to make armour, gloves, or boots.

    Item Min Crafting skill Experience gain
    requirment to make it
    Gloves 1 13
    Boots 2 17
    Leather armor 7 25



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    Lastly you can make jewelry for big profits, To make jewelry you need to get a mould from
    crafting store (Rimmington, Ali Kharad), get a bar of gold then use bar with furnace while
    mould is in your inventory. It will prompt you if you want to use a gem with your ring.
    Either you have one or not, either you can or not . . . but gems must be cut before you can
    use them with jewellery. Use a chisel to cut them.
    This applies to all jewellery. You can make rings, necklaces and amulets. You can add cut gems
    to all jewellery or just make them plain. All jewellery uses 1 gold bar at a time. There are
    only 3 moulds to buy, they're 5g each - ring, necklace and amulet. Each mould must be in
    inventory when you use gold bar on furnace.

    Min Crafting skill
    requirment to
    Gem cut it Cut Exp Ring R. Exp Necklace N. Exp Amulet A. Exp
    no gem
    gold / 5 15 6 20 8 40
    Saphire 5 12 8 40 10 55 13 65
    Emerald 12 18 18 55 24 60 30 70
    Ruby 20 22 30 70 40 75 50 85
    Diamond 28 28 42 85 56 90 70 100

    How to string an Amulet:
    - Use shears with sheep to get wool. Sheep pens are located near Lumbridge furnace and just
    south of Varrock, near the stone circle.
    - Use wool with spinning wheel to make a ball of wool. Spinning wheels are located in the
    pickaxe hut in the barbarian village, in the southwest tower of Lumbridge castle, and in a
    house on the south side of Falador (near Wayne's Chains.)
    - Once you have an amulet and a ball of wool, use one with the other to string the amulet
    -ANY normal mine rocks (clay, copper, iron, coal, etc.) have 1/282 chance to retrieve a gem
    when mining, or gems are random drops from certain monsters.



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    7.0 Magic

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    Magic skill determins what spells you can cast and how well you will cast them. To see all your
    spells click on spell book icon and this brings up the magic menu. From there you can select
    spells to cast. The color of the spell name tells you if you can cast it or not. If the spell
    appears black then your magic level is not higher enough to use it. You will have to practice
    on lower magic spells to level to higher spells. If the spell name appears in white, this means
    you are good enough to use this but have not got the required runes to cast it. If a spell name
    appears in yellow then you have everything you need to cast that spell.

    When you want to cast a spell just click on the spell name, and then click onto target. Some
    spells can only be used on yourself or on hostile monsters. To know what a spell does just move
    your mouse over the spell. This will tell you which runes are needed at the bottom of the
    window. There is 2 numbers shown above each rune, the first number tells you how many runes you
    have and the second number tells you how many are required. If the first number is in red then
    this means you do not have the required amount to use this spell. You may obtain runes from
    magic shops or from killing certain monsters.

    Sometimes spells will fail to work. If this happens you keep your runes, you can recast after
    20 seconds. Higher level spells are more likely to fail but as you increase your magic levels
    the least it will fail.

    To cast a spell you either need to have all required runes in your inventory or if you hold a
    staff of the appropriate rune type, it will count for any number of that type of rune. For
    example you can cast Wind bolt with only 1 fire rune in inventory and an equipped wind staff.
    Also, keep in mind that some Items like staffs, hats and robes will boost your general magic
    skill, which narrows the chance of the spell going wrong.
    Spell-casting success depends on your total magic skill, which is calculated according to the
    following formula:
    total magic skill = to magic school skill + bonus from items
    If you fail to cast the spell, you cannot cast other spells for 20 seconds.

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    Spell List

    Level Name Experience Description Runes

    1 Wind Strike 22 A strength 1 missile attack 1 Air, 1 Mind
    3 Confuse 26 Reduces your opponents attack by 5% 2 Earth, 3 Water, 1 Body
    5 Water Strike 30 A strength 2 missile attack 1 Air, 1 Body, 1 Mind
    7 Enchant lv-1 amulet 35 Make Sapphire Amulet 1 Water, 1 Cosmic
    9 Earth Strike 38 A strength 3 missile attack 1 Air, 2 Earth, 1 Mind
    11 Weaken 42 Reduces your opponents strength by 5% 2 Earth, 3 Water, 1 Body
    13 Fire Strike 46 A strength 4 missile attack 2 Air, 3 Fire, 1 Mind
    15 Bones to Bananas 50 Changes all held bones into bananas 2 Earth, 2 Water
    17 Wind Bolt 54 A strength 5 missile attack 2 Air, 1 Chaos
    19 Curse 58 Reduces your opponents defense by 5% 3 Earth, 3 Water, 1 Body
    21 Low Level Alchemy 62 Converts am item into gold 3 Earth, 1 Nature
    23 Water Bolt 66 A strength 6 missile attack 2 Air, 2 Water, 1 Chaos
    25 Varrock Teleport 70 Teleports you to Varrock 3 Air, 1 Fire, 1 Law
    27 Enchant a lvl-2 amulet 74 Make Emerald Amulet 3 Air, 1 Cosmic
    29 Earth Bolt 78 A strength 7 missile attack 2 Air, 3 Earth, 1 Chaos
    31 Lumbridge Teleport 82 Teleports you to Lumbridge 3 Air, 1 Earth, 1 Law
    33 Telekinetic grab 86 Take any item you can see 1 Air, 1 Law
    35 Fire Bolt 90 A strength 8 missile attack 3 Air, 1 Fire, 1 Chaos
    37 Falador Teleport 94 Teleports you to falador 3 Air, 1 Water, 1 Law
    39 Crumble Undead 98 Hits skeletons,ghosts & zombies hard 2 Air, 2 Earth, 1 Chaos
    41 Wind Blast 102 A strength 9 missile attack 3 Air, 1 Death
    43 Superheat Item 106 Smelt 1 ore without furnace 4 Fire, 1 Nature
    47 Water Blast 114 A strength 10 missile attack 3 Air, 3 Water, 1 Law
    49 Enchant Level 3 Amulet 118 For use on ruby amulets 5 Fire, Cosmic
    53 Earth Blast 126 A strength 11 missile attack 3 Air, 4 Earth, 1 Death
    55 High Level Alchemy 130 Convert an item into more gold 5 Fire, 1 Nature
    57 Enchant Level 4 Amulet 134 For use on diamond amulets 10 Earth, 1 Cosmic
    59 Fire Blast 148 A strength 12 missile attack 4 Air, 5 Fire, 1 Law

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    4 elemental runes (Air, Earth Fire Water)can be replaced by a staffs. Theses staffs can be
    bought from the staff shop in Varrock city.

    Rune Type Spawn Location

    Air Rune in forest west of Lumbridge castle near well. 2 runes spawn behind luthas's
    house (Banana field) on Karamja island
    Earth Rune in forest north of Varrock Castle and in the Varrock Sewers Dungeon.
    Fire Rune in Desert Chasm. In Demon cave.
    Water Rune in Desert Chasm.

    Low and medium level runes - Runes can be found in many places, the easiest way to obtain the
    low level runes is to buy them from the magic shop's like the one in Varrock. The high level
    runes (*) can only be obtained by killing the correct monsters.

    Rune Type Spawn Locations

    Body On 2nd floor of in Al Kharid Scimitar shop and in the Varrock Sewers Dungeon.
    Chaos * There is spawn point for Chaos runes guarded by 2 Moss giants in wilderness.
    Cosmic * Spawn point is in the wilderness northwest corner.
    Death * No Spawn point! Kill Monsters!
    Law * No Spawn point! Kill Monsters!
    Mind On table near kitchen in Lumbridge Castle and in the Varrock Sewers Dungeon.
    Nature * There is spawn point in wilderness on isle
    Some can be found in different dungeons and as drop from monsters




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    8.0 Prayer

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    You can pray to the Gods of Runescape and this will give us certain advantages for short time.
    To select prayer to use, go to Magic book icon and select prayer. The prayers are color coded.
    Those written in white can be used, but those in black mean that you are not devored to god's
    enough (your prayer lv is not high enough). Each of the prayers can be turned on or off
    individually. When you use a prayer, you are given an advantage depending on the prayer you
    choose to use. To use a prayer, you left click on it and the name of the prayer will turn
    green to tell you that prayer is active. To deactivate, you click on the prayer again.
    When you use these prayers, your prayers points will slowly drain down to zero. If you select
    more than one prayer at one time, your prayers points will drain faster. When your prayer
    points reach zero, all the affects will be deactivated. You can not use any prayers until you
    visit a church and left click on a altar. Once you have done this, your prayer point will be
    full again. Then you can use prayers again.

    To increase prayer skill and points, you must bury bones from monsters. Bones will give you
    3.75 experience and Big Bones found in wilderness will give you 13 exp points.

    In monastery on Ice mountain, You have to be lvl 31 prayer to go up the ladder. Up it you can
    get a monks outfit. The complete robe gives 12 prayer points in armor. Also, brother Jerrod
    will bless a stringed holy star made of silver which is 8 prayer points in armor.


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    Level Name Description
    1 Thick Skin Increases your defence by 5%
    4 Burst of Strength Increases strength by 5%
    7 Clarity of Thought Increases attack by 5%
    10 Rock Skin Increases defence by 10%
    13 Superhuman Strength Increases strength by 10%
    16 Improved Reflexes Increases attack by 10%
    19 Rapid Restore 2x restore rate for all stats except hits
    22 Rapid Heal 2x restore rate for Hitpoint's stat
    25 Protect Items Keep 1 extra item if you die
    28 Steel Skin

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    Default Runescape Complete Item and Quest Guide v1.2(part 2)

    and talk to him to finish the quest.

    Reward: 1 quest point, + 3 cooking skill (Must be between cooking lvls 1 and 4 )


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    Talk to the gypsy in Varrock market, she tells you that you must go see someone ( I forgot his
    name) in the palace. When you find him he says he needs you to collect 3 keys to open the box
    to silverlight. For the first key go two the 2nd floor and find the guard chief. For the 2nd
    key go visit the wizard's tower with 25 bones. And the for the last key use bucket on any sink
    to get some water then go to the palace and use the water in the drain outside the kitchen,
    go down the manhole and into the sewers to get key. The Silverlight is nothing special (11 aim
    11 power) but it is only one able to hit Delrith, when fighting the demon you must select the
    right incantation from 4 possible or he will get to full health once killed. The forth
    incarnation is always the right one.

    Reward: Silverlight sword, 6 quest points


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    | 3.5 Doric's Quest \
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    Talk to Dwarf Doric the Smith in the Amulet shop near ice mountian northwest of Falador
    -He asks you to bring him materials for an amulet:
    - 6 clay
    - 4 copper
    - 2 iron
    -You can buy ore in Dwarven mine fast. Bring the ore to him.

    Reward: 180gp, 1 quest point, mining skill (+2[level 1-3] +1[level 45-46]), and use of Doric's
    anvils



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    | 3.6 Dragon Slayer \
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    WARNING!!! Don't even start this quest unless you are in the Champions Guild, have over lvl
    33 magic and ready to fight a lvl 110 Dragon, remember you were warned!

    Go to the Champions Guild and talk with the Guildmaster and ask him about rune platemail.
    He will tell you to go talk with Oziach, Oziach is in the building north of the Barberian
    Village. He will need proof that you are a true Hero if he is going to sell you rune armour.
    So to show him your value you need to kill a dragon. There are 3 peices of map leading to
    Dragon Isle

    (1)The first map peice is in the Maze north of Rimmington

    (2)For the seconf map peice go to ice mountain and talk to the person there. She asks you to get
    some items so that you can open the door to the map peice. The door is in the dwarf mines

    (3)You need over 33 lv magic to get it. Go to the jail at Port Sarim and kill the gblin in the
    jail then use magic to get the map peice he drops.

    You will also need a special shield, go to Lumbrigde and talk to the Duke inside the castle to
    get the shield

    To get to the dragon isle you will need a ship fortually you can buy a ship called
    Lady Lumbridge at Port Sarim the only catch is you must repair her. To repair her you will need
    3 planks and 6 nails. After repairing the ship go Draynor Village and talk to Ned and he will
    sail the ship to Dragon Isle

    The Dragon is 110 Lv. For extra help use a strenght potion, food like (swordfish ?), for a lvl
    75 it is a hard battle but for 90+ it is easy
    Make sure you use your shield or you will get hit for 60 damage per breath ... this mean very
    short fight.

    Reward: You can Wear "Rune platemail", You can Buy "Rune platemail". 2 Quest Points


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    | 3.7 Ernest the Chicken \
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    Talk with Veronica near the manor gates. She will ask you to find Ernest. Ernest is out of
    luck! The mad scientist transformed him into a chicken. To help him get back you need to bring
    scientist some parts of machine, which gremlins have hidden all around the manor.

    (1) The Pressure Gauge is located in the fountain in house garden and you cannot get it easyly
    becouse of some Piranas which like to live there. Go to second floor and get spme Fish Food.
    Go in mannor Kitchen (where the witch is) and get poison. Use poison on fish food to make
    Poisoned Fish Food. Use it on Fountain and you get the Pressure Gauge.

    (2) Rubber tubing is closed in closet but you need to find a key the Skeleton inside will not
    attack. You need a Shovel one can be found in the house. Go in garden and find a brown patch,
    Use shovel on it to get Key of closet

    (3) Oil Can -- you need to manage 6 switches and 8 doors, remember that all swiches are
    individual this means if you see someone pass through a door that don't mean you can pass
    through the same door too. You will need to use some switches twice.

    The solution to the maze is:
    Pull A
    Pull B
    Go NE door
    Pull D.
    Go SW door
    Go S door
    Pull A
    Pull B
    Go NW door
    Go W door
    Go N door
    Pull F
    Pull E
    Go E door
    Go E door
    Pull C
    Go NW door
    Go W door
    Pull E
    Go E door
    Go S door
    Go S door
    Go W door


    Take all the items to the scientist to finish the quest

    Reward: 4 quest points and 300 GP



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    | 3.8 Goblin Diplomacy \
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    In Port Sarim, go to the pub and talk to the bartender. He will mention the goblin war over the
    colour of their armour.

    Go to the goblin village in northwestern part of the map and talk to General Wartface & General
    Bentnose. They will inform you that they are looking for a new look for their armour. You will
    then need to obtain 3 sets of goblin armour, which are a random drop item attained from killing
    goblins.

    You will now need to dye the sets of goblin armour to change their colour. Talk to Aggie the
    witch at Draynor Village, she will inform you of the ingredients needed to make dyes.
    Aggie will have told you the ingredients to make red, yellow, and blue dyes, and that she
    charges 5gp to make each dye. Collect the following items to bring to Aggie so that she can
    make the dyes: Red - 3 redberries, Yellow - 2 onions, Blue - 2 woad leaves.

    Redberries can be found south of Varrock or in Food Shop, onions can be found behind the
    farmhouse that is south of the windwill, or in the garden that is north of Rimmington near
    Falador, woad leaves are obtained by talking to Wyson the gardener at the Park in Falador
    (be sure to offer him 20gp to get 2 leaves and you have to ask the Aggie about woad leaves;
    if you don't Wyson the gardener will not talk to you.).
    Bring all the ingredients needed to make red, yellow, and blue dyes, as well as the 5gp fee to
    make each of the dyes (15gp total), and talk to Aggie. She will make all the dyes for you.
    Combine the yellow & red dyes to create an orange dye. Then use the orange dye on one of the
    sets of goblin armour, and use the blue dye on another set of goblin armour. You should now have
    one orange set of goblin armour, one dark blue set of goblin armour, and one light blue set of
    goblin armour (original colour).
    Return to the goblin village and talk to General Wartface & General Bentnose. You will give
    them the orange set of goblin armour (which they don't want), you will give them the dark blue
    set of goblin armour (which they don't want), and finally you will give them the light blue set
    of goblin armour (which they are quite satisfied having the original colour armour).

    Reward: 1 gold bar, 5 quest points, crafting skill (+2[level 2-4])



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    | 3.9 Imp Catcher \
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    Talk with Wizard Mizgog on the 3rd floor of the Wizard's Tower to start the quest.
    Go slaughter innocent imps (they look like tiny Delriths) until you find all four beads,
    they're black, red, white and yellow.
    If you can find people who will sell or give you the beads, that will work too.
    Return to the Wizard Mizgog for your reward.

    Reward: Amulet of Accuracy (adds +4 to weapon aim when worn), 1 quest point,
    magic skill (+3[level 5-8, 12-15])


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    | 3.10 Prince Ali Rescue \
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    First go to Al Kharid and talk to the King in the palace. He'll send you to his manager, Osman.
    Talk with Osman, and he tells you that somone has kidnapped the Prince and he wants you to
    rescue him. If you ask him, he will tell you all the ingredients for the quest: Rope, Wig,
    Yellow dye, Red Berries, Water, Flour, Ashes, Pink Skirt, 3 Beers, Clay, Bronze Bar.
    -- Rope -- You can buy rope from Ned in Draynor Village, You must bring him 4 balls of wool
    (you'll need this for Lady Keli)
    -- Wig -- You must also bring 3 or 4 balls of wool for a wig.
    -- Yellow Dye -- For this, you need two onions which you can find in the farm near the
    Windmill. Then you must take them to Aggie in Draynor Village.
    -- Red Berries -- You can find berries near Darkwizards in the Wood near the Stone Henge.
    (For Prince's makeup)
    -- Water -- Go to a sink with a bucket. (For Prince's makeup)
    -- Flour -- See the Bread Task for instructions on obtaining flour. (For Prince's makeup)
    -- Ashes -- Make ashes by lighting a fire and letting it burn down.(For Prince's makeup)
    -- Pink Skirt -- Buy in the Varrock clothing store.
    -- 3 Beers -- To get the body-guard drunk. Find it in Barbarian Village or buy at a bar in
    Varrock or elsewhere.
    -- Clay -- For making a key for the jail (to make it soft, add water).
    -- Bronze Bar -- For making a key for the jail.
    Next go to the Village west of Lumbridge or south of Draynor Manor. There is a new Jail there
    with Prince in it. Near the jail, you will find a daughter of Osman. She is a spy. She will
    tell you how to use the tools you've collected. The daughter of Osman will tell you about the
    key that you need to open the jail and rescue the Prince.
    Talk with Lady Keli (she is in the jail) and ask her if you can see the key. You will
    automatically take an imprint. Go back to the King of Osman in Al Kharid and give him the
    clay with print of the key. He will tell you that you need to go back to Leela (his daughter).
    She gives you a Bronze Key for the Jail.
    Talk one more time with Leela. She tells you that the guard needs 3 beers. Now you can go and
    rescue the Prince. The prince needs to disguise himself in the wig, skirt and make-up.
    Go into the jail, talk to the Lady Keli's body-guard, and give him 3 beers. Next use the rope
    on Lady Keli and go into the Jail with the key. Talk with the Prince and come back to
    Al Kharid for your reward.

    Reward: 700gp, 3 quest points



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    | 3.11 Pirate's Treasure \
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    Talk to Redbeard Frank at the Port Sarem bar, in order to begin the quest you need to ask him
    if he knows where any treasure is.
    Go To Where The Ship To Karamja Is, Get A Ticket From Captain Tobias or The Sailor. Take the
    boat to the island Costs 30gp.
    When You Get To The Island Go To The First Shop On The Left, Buy A Karamja Rum Costs 30gp.
    Go To The First Shop On The Right Now go talk to Luthas the Banana farmer. Ask him for a job
    and then go pick bananas for him. When you have 10-12 bananas go to the crate outside Luthas'
    house. Use the bottle of rum on the crate and this will hide the rum in the crate. Then Use the
    bananas on the crate till the crate is full. Now talk to Luthas again to get your 30gp payment
    and ask him where the bananas are going.
    Talk with Customer officer and and let her search you, as you don't have rum she will let you
    go board a ship back To Port Sarim,
    If you try to take the rum on the boat back to Port Sarim. the customs officials will
    confiscate the rum and you will have to buy a new one.
    You need a WHITE apron for next part you can find it in cloth shop in Varrock market square
    Then go to the Food store. Put on your apron and try to open the back door Wyndin will tell you
    that you cant go back there but just ask him for a job. Now you can go to the back of the store.
    Search the crate and you will find your bottle of rum.
    Take the rum back to Redbeard Frank in Port Sarim Bar and he will tell you to get the treasure
    from a chest at the Blue Moon Inn and give you a key to that chest.
    Go to the Blue Moon Inn (Varrock) on the 2nd floor there is a chest. Use the key on the chest
    to get a note. The note says to dig behind the south bench in the park. Meaning the Park in
    Falador.
    For the last part a Spade is necessary. You can either buy one or get it for free at Draynor
    Mannor by the exit. Go to the park in Falador and Use your spade on the flowers behind the
    bench. Watch out Wyson The Gardener does not like you digging up his flowers and will attack
    you. Once combat is over, if he attacks, Use your spade on the flowers again and you will get
    the treasure!!!!

    Reward: 450gp, 2 quest point, 1 cut emerald, 1 gold ring



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    This is a pretty simple quest:
    Talk to Juliet then to Romeo then to Priest (Father Lawrence). Cadava berries needed to make
    potion are found in forest near Varrock's southeast mine.

    Reward: 5 quest points

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    | 3.13 Sheep Shearer \
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    The farmer near the windmill asks you to delivery 20 wool yarn balls to him.
    Go to any General Store to buy some shears, use the shears to get 20 wool yarns to the farmer.
    With this raw wool go to the Lumbridge castle tower or barbarian village to make wool on
    spinning wheel. Take it all back to get your reward.

    Reward: 60gp, 1 quest point, crafting skill (+1[level 1-2])

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    | 3.14 Shield of Araav \
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    In this quest, you're tasked to recover the Shield of Araav for the King of Varrock.
    Talk with the librarian in the palace. It's extremely hard to do this quest alone, so find a
    friend to help. One of you should: Join the Black Arm - Talk with chief of gang part of shield
    quest you must get 2 crossbows from Phoenix gang The other should: Join Phoenix Gang - Talk
    with Baerek in the Varrock Marketplace. Talk to one of gang leaders in the underground in the
    Varrock slums, kill a man in inn, and return with loot to gang headquarters. Each of you should
    get half of the shield from a cabinet in your headquarters. Go with shield to Museum first to
    get 2 certificates (one for each of you) and then bring it to king.

    Reward: 2 certificates - each of which grants the bearer a 600gp reward when presented to the
    King (note: king will only pay once, it is easy to give other certificate to player that helped)
    1 quest point


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    | 3.15 The Knight's Sword \
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    In city of Falador, visit the White knights castle, and talk to the squire. He needs help to
    recover his knight's lost sword.
    He tells you he lost Sir Vyvin's Sword. He begs you to arrange for another sword to be made,
    then tells you that the original was crafted specially by the Imcando Dwarves. The only one
    who knows about them is the Reldo, Varrock Castle Librarian. Reldo will tell you to take a
    redberry pie to the dwarf living on the southern pennisula of the map.
    Go to the cooking guide to find out how to make a Redberry Pie or just go buy one.
    The dwarf, Thurgood, asks for a picture.
    Go back to the squire and ask for a picture before trying to get the picture from the cupboard.
    If you don't, all you find in the cupboard is junk.
    Go to Sir Vyvin's room in White knights Castle and take the picture from the cupboard while
    someone distracts him.
    Give Thurgood the picture.
    Thurgood asks you to bring him 2 iron bars and a Blurite ore. The blurite ore is in a mine
    beneath his house; to get to it, you must go up the hill and into the mine entrance. Once in
    there, you will see a mine protected by hobgoblins and ice giants. Unless you are accompanied
    by a strong party, if you are a new player, you may want to avoid this part until you are
    stronger. The Hobgoblins are aggressive and dangerous to the beginning player. The Ice Giants
    are not quite so aggressive, but will destroy all but the best players. Prospect the rocks
    that surround the Ice Giants, and you will find that at least one contains blurite. Mine it,
    and you'll have the ore. Escape with your life, fetch yourself some iron bars, and return to
    the dwarf.
    He smiths the sword for you. Faladian Knight's Sword att + 11 power +11
    Take it to the squire

    Reward: 1 quest point, smithing skill (+6[level 1-7], +11 [level 12 to 23], +5[level 30-35],
    +3[level 40-43], +1[level 55-56])


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    | 3.16 The Restless Ghost \
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    Go to the church in Lumbridge Castle and talk to the priest. Go to the hermit's house which
    is in swamp south of Lumbridge Castle. Talk to the hermit and he'll give you the Amulet of
    Ghostspeak. Return to the church and go into the graveyard while wearing the amulet. Now you
    can talk with a goust. Now you have to find a Skull. A Skull can be found in catacombs under
    Wizard's Tower. You can take a skull from a chell guarded by skeleton. Return to the ghost
    with the skull and place the skull in the coffin.

    Reward: 1 quest point, prayer skill (+5[level 1-6])


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    | 3.17 Vampire Slayer \
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    Go to the crossroads west of Lumbridge. Get the garlic in the 2nd floor in the first house to
    the south. Find Morgan in second house to the south to get the quest. He tells you to go to
    the Jolly Boar inn and talk to the drunken EX-vampireslayer. Buy the drunk a beer and talk to
    him about it and you'll get a stake. Go to the Draynor Manor and get in to the cellar. There
    you'll find Count Draynor. Equip the stake and you need hammer in your inventory (make sure you
    have the garlic in your inventory, because it makes him lose 10 hp) and slay the evil Count.


    Reward: 3 quest points, attack skill (+6[level 4-10] +5[level 22-27])



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    Talk to Hetty in the Rimmington village southwest of Falador to start the quest. She need you
    to find a list of items:
    Burnt meat- burn some meat (get it from Bears, Giant Rats..) of buy in Port Sarim Food shop.
    Onion- Go north from the village and u will find a cabbage field and some onions
    Rats tail- kill a rat in the bulding next door
    Eye of newt - can be bought in the magic shop by the docks in Port Sarim.
    When u have all this u can go talk to Hetty and talk to her, and then "drink from couldron"
    Reward: 1 quest point, magic skill (+3[level 5-10])




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    | 4.1 Getting Started \
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    Smithing is personally my favourite way of making money plus if you can get a high enough
    smithing level you will never need to worry about buying amour again! But first we have to
    learn how to mine and smith:
    First you need to get a Pick Axe. You can find a free Pick Axe in the Barbarian Village, or
    Rimmington. You can also buy one at the axe shop in Lumbridge, or mining shop in Dwarven Mine.
    Then you need to find mine fields (places with rocks) and you have to RIGHT CLICK on a rock and
    choose prospect from the menu to check for possible ores. Your chance to find ore depends on
    your mining level and type of ore in the rock. If you are successful you will see the type of
    ore present in this rock patch in a message.
    Select Pick Axe from your inventory and then LEFT CLICK on the rock containing the ore. Your
    chance of success to extract ore is based on your mining skill level.
    You need the same smithing level to smith a metal as you need mining skill to mine it, thee
    is only exception Mithril which need 55 min.mining and only 50 smithing.
    After you have got some ore you will need to find a furnace. There are three furnaces in
    Runescape. One is located a little north of Lumbridge Castle near the 2nd bridge over river.
    Another one is in Al Kharid, a town located in the desert. The last one is in the town Falador.
    Left click on ore in your inventory and then on a furnace to smelt ore in metal bars.
    The following table will tell you what level you need to be to mine what ore:

    Ore min. mining skill Mining Exp. gained
    Any Gem 1 0
    Clay 1 5
    Tin 1 17,5
    Copper ore 1 17,5
    Iron ore 15 35
    Silver 20 40
    Coal 30 50
    Gold nuggets 40 65
    Mithril ore 55 80
    Adamantite ore 70 95
    Runite ore 85 125



    The following table will tell you what ores you need to make what bars:

    Bar Type Smithing Level Experience Gained Ore Required Success Rates
    Bronze 1 6.25 1 tin, 1 copper 100%
    Iron 15 12.50 1 iron 50%
    Silver 14 ?? ?? 1 Silver 100%
    Steel 30 18 2 coal, 1 iron 100%
    Gold 40 22 - 24 ?? 1 gold nugget 100%
    Mithril 50 30 - 32 ?? 4 coal 1 mithril 100%
    Adamantite 70 37 - 40 ?? 6 coal 1 adamantite 100%
    Runite 85 ?? ?? 8 coal 1 runite 100%


    Tips:
    One rock always generates the same type of ore.

    Rocks regenerate ore after some time, so to mine fastest go mine one rock, and when you get
    some ore go to another rock. When you return to the first rock, it should have regenerated by
    then. There are some theories that timer is personilized as you can get ore in same time as
    other players from same rock !!

    Tin, Copper and Iron regenerate max. every 1 min. (time depend on Number of players online)

    Coal regenerates max. every 5 min. (time depend on Number of players online)


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    | 4.2 Bronze Smithing Table \
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    BRONZE (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 12.5 1
    Hatchet (axe) 12.5 1
    Mace 12.5 2
    Helmet 12.5 3
    Short Sword 12.5 4
    Scimitar (2) 25 5
    Long Sword (2) 25 6
    Great Helmet (2) 25 7
    Square Shield (2) 25 8
    Battle Axe (3) 37.5 10
    Chain Mail (3) 37.5 11
    Kite Shield (3) 37.5 12
    2-H Sword (3) 37.5 14
    Skirt (3) 37.5 16
    Legs (3) 37.5 16
    Plate Mail (5) 61.5 18


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    | 4.3 Iron Smithing Table \
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    IRON (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 25 15
    Hatchet (axe) 25 16
    Mace 25 17
    Helmet 25 18
    Short Sword 25 19
    Scimitar (2) 50 20
    Long Sword (2) 50 21
    Great Helmet (2) 50 22
    Square Shield (2) 50 23
    Battle Axe (3) 75 25
    Chain Mail (3) 75 26
    Kite Shield (3) 75 27
    2-H Sword (3) 75 29
    Skirt (3) 75 31
    Legs (3) 75 31
    Plate Mail (5) 125 33

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    STEEL (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 37,5 30
    Hatchet (axe) 37,5 31
    Mace 37,5 32
    Helmet 37,5 33
    Short Sword 37,5 34
    Scimitar (2) 75 35
    Long Sword (2) 75 36
    Great Helmet (2) 75 37
    Square Shield (2) 75 38
    Battle Axe (3) 112.5 40
    Chain Mail (3) 112.5 41
    Kite Shield (3) 112.5 42
    2-H Sword (3) 112.5 44
    Skirt (3) 112.5 46
    Legs (3) 112.5 46
    Plate Mail (5) 187.5 48


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    | 4.5 Mithril Smithing Table \
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    MITHRIL (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 50 50
    Hatchet (axe) 50 51
    Mace 50 52
    Helmet 50 53
    Short Sword 50 54
    Scimitar (2) 100 55
    Long Sword (2) 100 58
    Great Helmet (2) 100 57
    Square Shield (2) 100 58
    Battle Axe (3) 150 60
    Chain Mail (3) 150 61
    Kite Shield (3) 150 62
    2-H Sword (3) 150 64
    Skirt (3) 150 66
    Legs (3) 150 66
    Plate Mail (5) 250 68


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    | 4.6 Adamantite Smithing Table \
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    ADAMANTITE (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 62.5 70
    Hatchet (axe) 62.5 71
    Mace 62.5 72
    Helmet 62.5 73
    Short Sword 62.5 74
    Scimitar (2) 125 75
    Long Sword (2) 125 76
    Great Helmet (2) 125 77
    Square Shield (2) 125 78
    Battle Axe (3) 187.5 80
    Chain Mail (3) 187.5 81
    Kite Shield (3) 187.5 82
    2-H Sword (3) 187.5 84
    Skirt (3) 187.5 86
    Legs (3) 187.5 86
    Plate Mail (5) 312.5 88



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    | 4.7 Runite Smithing Table \
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    RUNITE (bars needed) Experience Gained Smithing Level Requiered
    Dagger 75 85
    Hatchet (axe) 75 86
    Mace 75 87
    Helmet 75 88
    Short Sword 75 89
    Scimitar (2) 150 90
    Long Sword (2) 150 91
    Great Helmet (2) 150 93
    Square Shield (2) 150 92
    Battle Axe (3) 225 95
    Chain Mail (3) 225 96
    Kite Shield (3) 225 97
    2-H Sword (3) 225 99
    Skirt (3) 225 99
    Legs (3) 225 99
    Plate Mail (5) 375 99



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    5.0 Fishing

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    Fishing is one of prefered ways to get food and money as there are many warriors in need of
    good healing meal after or in the middle of a tough battle and a one click health reserve is
    always a good thing to have.
    All tools and baits can be brought at Fishing Shop in Port Sarin and there you can also sell
    and buy many fish. You can easy cook your fish on any fire.

    Fishing Lv. Fishing Exp. Cooking Lv. Cooking Exp. Healing Tool / Bite Where
    Shrimp 1 10 1 30 3 Net Any Sea
    Sardine 5 20 1 40 4 Rod + bait Any Sea
    Herring 10 30 5 50 5 Rod + bait Any Sea
    Anchovie 15 40 15 60 3 Net Any Sea
    Trout 20 50 15 70 7 Fly Rod + feather River
    Pike 25 60 20 80 8 Rod + bait River
    Salmon 30 70 25 90 9 Fly Rod + feather River
    Tuna 35 80 30 100 10 Harpoon Karamja
    Lobster 40 90 40 110 12 Lobster cage Karamja
    Swordfish 50 100 45 120 14 Harpoon Karamja



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    6.0 Crafting

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    Yet another way to make money (Before you start a career in crafting you will need to have
    your mining and smithing levels over 40 so you can smith Gold for the jewelry)-

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    Pottery is the first part of crafting to start you will need to first mine some clay ore then
    get a jug and fill with water at a sink or fountain. Mix the water with clay ore, soft clay is
    produced, now go to barbarian village where there is a potter's wheel and pottery oven located
    south of the bar. put soft clay on potter's wheel and either make a pie dish or pot.(doing this
    increases crafting level) Use resulting pot/dish on pottery oven to get usefull item.
    You need 3 crafting to make Pie Dish.
    You need 5 crafting to make Bowl
    For the more technical person out there experience=
    Spin pot: 6
    Fire pot: 0
    Spin pie dish: 7.5
    Fire pie dish: 7.5
    Spin bowl: 8.5
    Fire bowl: 7.5



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    This is the sencond easyest part of crafting to start with you will cowhide. This is gotten by
    killing cows. Cows are located directly north of the windmill and west of the Varrock/Lumbridge
    road. Make sure you have enough money to turn the hides into leather (1gp per cow hide)
    Go to Tanners in Al Kharid, he takes all cowhide in your inventory at once and makes leather
    for small price of 1 gold for hide. You will next need to buy some tools from a crafting shop.
    There is one in Ali Kharad, near the general store and one in Rimmington (You will have to come
    to these shops often if you are going to take up a carreer in crafting). You need to buy some
    thread (you can make 5 items using one reel of thread)and a needle. Now that you have all the
    item you can start working leather. In inventory, right click on use leather, then left click
    on needle. In upper left corner, in red choose if you want to make armour, gloves, or boots.

    Item Min Crafting skill Experience gain
    requirment to make it
    Gloves 1 13
    Boots 2 17
    Leather armor 7 25



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    Lastly you can make jewelry for big profits, To make jewelry you need to get a mould from
    crafting store (Rimmington, Ali Kharad), get a bar of gold then use bar with furnace while
    mould is in your inventory. It will prompt you if you want to use a gem with your ring.
    Either you have one or not, either you can or not . . . but gems must be cut before you can
    use them with jewellery. Use a chisel to cut them.
    This applies to all jewellery. You can make rings, necklaces and amulets. You can add cut gems
    to all jewellery or just make them plain. All jewellery uses 1 gold bar at a time. There are
    only 3 moulds to buy, they're 5g each - ring, necklace and amulet. Each mould must be in
    inventory when you use gold bar on furnace.

    Min Crafting skill
    requirment to
    Gem cut it Cut Exp Ring R. Exp Necklace N. Exp Amulet A. Exp
    no gem
    gold / 5 15 6 20 8 40
    Saphire 5 12 8 40 10 55 13 65
    Emerald 12 18 18 55 24 60 30 70
    Ruby 20 22 30 70 40 75 50 85
    Diamond 28 28 42 85 56 90 70 100

    How to string an Amulet:
    - Use shears with sheep to get wool. Sheep pens are located near Lumbridge furnace and just
    south of Varrock, near the stone circle.
    - Use wool with spinning wheel to make a ball of wool. Spinning wheels are located in the
    pickaxe hut in the barbarian village, in the southwest tower of Lumbridge castle, and in a
    house on the south side of Falador (near Wayne's Chains.)
    - Once you have an amulet and a ball of wool, use one with the other to string the amulet
    -ANY normal mine rocks (clay, copper, iron, coal, etc.) have 1/282 chance to retrieve a gem
    when mining, or gems are random drops from certain monsters.



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    7.0 Magic

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    Magic skill determins what spells you can cast and how well you will cast them. To see all your
    spells click on spell book icon and this brings up the magic menu. From there you can select
    spells to cast. The color of the spell name tells you if you can cast it or not. If the spell
    appears black then your magic level is not higher enough to use it. You will have to practice
    on lower magic spells to level to higher spells. If the spell name appears in white, this means
    you are good enough to use this but have not got the required runes to cast it. If a spell name
    appears in yellow then you have everything you need to cast that spell.

    When you want to cast a spell just click on the spell name, and then click onto target. Some
    spells can only be used on yourself or on hostile monsters. To know what a spell does just move
    your mouse over the spell. This will tell you which runes are needed at the bottom of the
    window. There is 2 numbers shown above each rune, the first number tells you how many runes you
    have and the second number tells you how many are required. If the first number is in red then
    this means you do not have the required amount to use this spell. You may obtain runes from
    magic shops or from killing certain monsters.

    Sometimes spells will fail to work. If this happens you keep your runes, you can recast after
    20 seconds. Higher level spells are more likely to fail but as you increase your magic levels
    the least it will fail.

    To cast a spell you either need to have all required runes in your inventory or if you hold a
    staff of the appropriate rune type, it will count for any number of that type of rune. For
    example you can cast Wind bolt with only 1 fire rune in inventory and an equipped wind staff.
    Also, keep in mind that some Items like staffs, hats and robes will boost your general magic
    skill, which narrows the chance of the spell going wrong.
    Spell-casting success depends on your total magic skill, which is calculated according to the
    following formula:
    total magic skill = to magic school skill + bonus from items
    If you fail to cast the spell, you cannot cast other spells for 20 seconds.

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    Spell List

    Level Name Experience Description Runes

    1 Wind Strike 22 A strength 1 missile attack 1 Air, 1 Mind
    3 Confuse 26 Reduces your opponents attack by 5% 2 Earth, 3 Water, 1 Body
    5 Water Strike 30 A strength 2 missile attack 1 Air, 1 Body, 1 Mind
    7 Enchant lv-1 amulet 35 Make Sapphire Amulet 1 Water, 1 Cosmic
    9 Earth Strike 38 A strength 3 missile attack 1 Air, 2 Earth, 1 Mind
    11 Weaken 42 Reduces your opponents strength by 5% 2 Earth, 3 Water, 1 Body
    13 Fire Strike 46 A strength 4 missile attack 2 Air, 3 Fire, 1 Mind
    15 Bones to Bananas 50 Changes all held bones into bananas 2 Earth, 2 Water
    17 Wind Bolt 54 A strength 5 missile attack 2 Air, 1 Chaos
    19 Curse 58 Reduces your opponents defense by 5% 3 Earth, 3 Water, 1 Body
    21 Low Level Alchemy 62 Converts am item into gold 3 Earth, 1 Nature
    23 Water Bolt 66 A strength 6 missile attack 2 Air, 2 Water, 1 Chaos
    25 Varrock Teleport 70 Teleports you to Varrock 3 Air, 1 Fire, 1 Law
    27 Enchant a lvl-2 amulet 74 Make Emerald Amulet 3 Air, 1 Cosmic
    29 Earth Bolt 78 A strength 7 missile attack 2 Air, 3 Earth, 1 Chaos
    31 Lumbridge Teleport 82 Teleports you to Lumbridge 3 Air, 1 Earth, 1 Law
    33 Telekinetic grab 86 Take any item you can see 1 Air, 1 Law
    35 Fire Bolt 90 A strength 8 missile attack 3 Air, 1 Fire, 1 Chaos
    37 Falador Teleport 94 Teleports you to falador 3 Air, 1 Water, 1 Law
    39 Crumble Undead 98 Hits skeletons,ghosts & zombies hard 2 Air, 2 Earth, 1 Chaos
    41 Wind Blast 102 A strength 9 missile attack 3 Air, 1 Death
    43 Superheat Item 106 Smelt 1 ore without furnace 4 Fire, 1 Nature
    47 Water Blast 114 A strength 10 missile attack 3 Air, 3 Water, 1 Law
    49 Enchant Level 3 Amulet 118 For use on ruby amulets 5 Fire, Cosmic
    53 Earth Blast 126 A strength 11 missile attack 3 Air, 4 Earth, 1 Death
    55 High Level Alchemy 130 Convert an item into more gold 5 Fire, 1 Nature
    57 Enchant Level 4 Amulet 134 For use on diamond amulets 10 Earth, 1 Cosmic
    59 Fire Blast 148 A strength 12 missile attack 4 Air, 5 Fire, 1 Law

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    4 elemental runes (Air, Earth Fire Water)can be replaced by a staffs. Theses staffs can be
    bought from the staff shop in Varrock city.

    Rune Type Spawn Location

    Air Rune in forest west of Lumbridge castle near well. 2 runes spawn behind luthas's
    house (Banana field) on Karamja island
    Earth Rune in forest north of Varrock Castle and in the Varrock Sewers Dungeon.
    Fire Rune in Desert Chasm. In Demon cave.
    Water Rune in Desert Chasm.

    Low and medium level runes - Runes can be found in many places, the easiest way to obtain the
    low level runes is to buy them from the magic shop's like the one in Varrock. The high level
    runes (*) can only be obtained by killing the correct monsters.

    Rune Type Spawn Locations

    Body On 2nd floor of in Al Kharid Scimitar shop and in the Varrock Sewers Dungeon.
    Chaos * There is spawn point for Chaos runes guarded by 2 Moss giants in wilderness.
    Cosmic * Spawn point is in the wilderness northwest corner.
    Death * No Spawn point! Kill Monsters!
    Law * No Spawn point! Kill Monsters!
    Mind On table near kitchen in Lumbridge Castle and in the Varrock Sewers Dungeon.
    Nature * There is spawn point in wilderness on isle
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    8.0 Prayer

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    You can pray to the Gods of Runescape and this will give us certain advantages for short time.
    To select prayer to use, go to Magic book icon and select prayer. The prayers are color coded.
    Those written in white can be used, but those in black mean that you are not devored to god's
    enough (your prayer lv is not high enough). Each of the prayers can be turned on or off
    individually. When you use a prayer, you are given an advantage depending on the prayer you
    choose to use. To use a prayer, you left click on it and the name of the prayer will turn
    green to tell you that prayer is active. To deactivate, you click on the prayer again.
    When you use these prayers, your prayers points will slowly drain down to zero. If you select
    more than one prayer at one time, your prayers points will drain faster. When your prayer
    points reach zero, all the affects will be deactivated. You can not use any prayers until you
    visit a church and left click on a altar. Once you have done this, your prayer point will be
    full again. Then you can use prayers again.

    To increase prayer skill and points, you must bury bones from monsters. Bones will give you
    3.75 experience and Big Bones found in wilderness will give you 13 exp points.

    In monastery on Ice mountain, You have to be lvl 31 prayer to go up the ladder. Up it you can
    get a monks outfit. The complete robe gives 12 prayer points in armor. Also, brother Jerrod
    will bless a stringed holy star made of silver which is 8 prayer points in armor.


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    Level Name Description
    1 Thick Skin Increases your defence by 5%
    4 Burst of Strength Increases strength by 5%
    7 Clarity of Thought Increases attack by 5%
    10 Rock Skin Increases defence by 10%
    13 Superhuman Strength Increases strength by 10%
    16 Improved Reflexes Increases attack by 10%
    19 Rapid Restore 2x restore rate for all stats except hits
    22 Rapid Heal 2x restore rate for Hitpoint's stat
    25 Protect Items Keep 1 extra item if you die
    28 Steel Skin Increases your defence by 15%
    31 Ultimate Strength Increases strength by 15%
    34 Incredible Reflexes Increases attack by 15%
    37 Paralyse Monster Stops your opponent from fighting you
    40 Protect From Missiles 100% protection from ranged attack



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    9.0 Cooking

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    There is a variety of different foods that you can cook in RuneScape. Food is very useful
    (espesially when your in the middle of a dungeon with one health left!) because eating it will
    heal lost hit points. As you practice your cooking, your character will get better. You will
    burn food less often, and you will be able to make better food which heals you more.

    To cook food you will need to use one of the many stoves which are around the map. OR if there
    aren't any stoves nearby you can build a fire and use that. (although not all foods can be
    cooked on a fire). To build a fire buy an axe, and use it on a tree to get some logs. Then
    drop the logs on the ground and use a tinderbox on the logs to light the fire.

    As well as cooking foods such as Meat and Bread you can also catch and cook your own
    fish. As you get better at fishing you can catch bigger and better fish. Some fish can only be
    be found in freshwater but others can only be found in saltwater. Also different fish require
    different fishing equipment to capture.


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    Food Level Required steps
    Meat
    Cooking 1
    Heals 3 1. Meat can be obtained by killing certain animals and monsters.
    2. Use the meat with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Shrimp
    Cooking 1
    Fishing 1
    Heals 3 1. Use a net with fish in the sea, to catch some shrimp.
    2. Use the shrimp with a fire or stove to cook them.

    Bread
    Cooking 1
    Heals 4 1. Pick some grain, and take it to the windmill to make flour.
    2. You will need to use a pot to pick up the flour you have made.
    3. Buy a bucket or jug, and fill it with water from a sink or fountain.
    4. Mix the flour and water to make some bread dough.
    5. Cook the dough by using it with a stove.

    Sardine
    Cooking 1
    Fishing 5
    Heals 4 1. Buy a fishing rod and some fishing bait from the fishing shop.
    2. Use the fishing rod with fish in the sea, to catch a sardine.
    3. Use the sardine with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Herring
    Cooking 5
    Fishing 10
    Heals 5 1. Buy a fishing rod and some fishing bait from the fishing shop.
    2. Use the fishing rod with fish in the sea, to catch a herring.
    3. Use the herring with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Redberry pie
    Cooking 10
    Heals 6 1. Mix flour and water to make some pastry dough.
    2. Place the dough in an empty pie dish.
    3. Use the redberries with the empty pie.
    4. Cook the pie by using it with a stove.

    Trout
    Cooking 15
    Fishing 20
    Heals 7 1. Buy a fly fishing rod and some feathers from the fishing shop.
    2. Use the fly fishing rod with fish in the river, to catch a trout.
    3. Use the trout with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Pike
    Cooking 20
    Fishing 25
    Heals 8 1. Buy a fishing rod and some fishing bait from the fishing shop.
    2. Use the fishing rod with fish in the river, to catch a pike.
    3. Use the pike with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Meat pie
    Cooking 20
    Heals 8 1. Mix flour and water to make some pastry dough.
    2. Place the dough in an empty pie dish.
    3. Use some cooked meat with the empty pie.
    4. Cook the pie by using it with a stove.

    Salmon
    Cooking 25
    Fishing 30
    Heals 9 1. Buy a fly fishing rod and some feathers from the fishing shop.
    2. Use the fly fishing rod with fish in the river, to catch a salmon.
    3. Use the salmon with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Stew
    Cooking 25
    Heals 9 1. Obtain a bowl, and fill it with water from a sink or fountain.
    2. Pick a potato and place it in the bowl.
    3. Cook some meat and place it in the bowl.
    4. Cook the stew by using it with a stove or fire.

    Apple pie
    Cooking 30
    Heals 10 1. Mix flour and water to make some pastry dough.
    2. Place the dough in an empty pie dish.
    3. Use an apple with the empty pie.
    4. Cook the pie by using it with a stove.

    Tuna
    Cooking 30
    Fishing 35
    Heals 10 1. There are only a few places where you can catch tuna.
    2. Use a harpoon from the fishing shop to catch a tuna.
    3. Use the tuna with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Pizza
    Cooking 35
    Heals 11 1. Mix flour and water to make a pizza base.
    2. Buy a tomato and add it to the pizza.
    3. Buy some cheese and add it to the pizza.
    4. Cook the pizza by using it with a stove.

    Wine
    Cooking 35
    Heals 11 1. Buy a bucket or jug, and fill it with water from a sink or fountain.
    2. Use grapes with the water to make wine.

    Lobster
    Cooking 40
    Fishing 40
    Heals 12 1. There are only a few places where you can catch lobster.
    2. Use a lobster-pot from the fishing shop to catch a lobster.
    3. Use the lobster with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Cake
    Cooking 40
    Heals 12 1. Mix flour, eggs, milk together in a cake tin.
    2. Cook the cake by using it with a stove.

    Swordfish
    Cooking 45
    Fishing 50
    Heals 14 1. There are only a few places where you can catch swordfish.
    2. Use a harpoon from the fishing shop to catch a swordfish.
    3. Use the swordfish with a fire or stove to cook it.

    Meat pizza
    Cooking 45
    Heals 14 1. Make a plain pizza (see above).
    2. Cook some meat and add it to the pizza.

    Chocolate cake
    Cooking 50
    Heals 15 1. Make a plain cake (see above).
    2. Buy some chocolate and add it to the cake.

    Anchovie pizza
    Cooking 55
    Heals 16 1. Make a plain pizza (see above).
    2. Catch some anchovies by using a net with fish in the sea.
    3. Add the anchovies to the pizza



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    10.0 Fletching

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    NOTE: This is a Members only skill

    Fletching is basicly the art of making bows and arrows. If you are good at ranging in
    Runescape then Fletching is for you because as you make better and stronger bows the only
    way you can weild them is to have a high ranging level. You will also have to have a high
    wood cutting level because the stronger bows require stronger wood which means cutting down
    trees which have a required woodcutting level to cut down.


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    To make bows you first need to get some wood. Depending on the type of tree you chop
    down you can get different sorts of logs and the diiferent types of trees require higher
    woodcutting levels. Next depending on you level you will either be able to make just a
    shortbow or a longbow as well so use a knife with the logs to cut them into either a shortbow
    or a longbow. To make a bow string you need to find a flax plant and use it with a spinning
    wheel. Finally add the string to the bow to complete it. Rarer types of wood are harder to
    acquire, but make better bows which shoot more accurately.

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    Bow type Fletching level to make Ranged level to wield

    Bow Shortbow: Level 5 Any
    Longbow: Level 10 Any

    Oak bow Shortbow: Level 20 5
    Longbow: Level 25 10

    Willow bow Shortbow: Level 35 15
    Longbow: Level 40 20

    Maple bow Shortbow: Level 50 25
    Longbow: Level 55 30

    Yew bow Shortbow: Level 65 35
    Longbow: Level 70 40

    Magic bow Shortbow: Level 80 45
    Longbow: Level 85 50


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    To make an arrow-shaft just use a knife with some ordinary logs. Get a feather from a chicken
    and add it to the arrow shaft, and finally add an arrow-head to complete the arrow. Arrow
    heads can either be purchased from the member's archery shop, or smithed at an anvil.

    Better arrow heads will inflict more damage, but you will require a better bow to fire them.

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    Arrow type Fletching level to make Minimum bow required

    Bronze arrows 1 Any
    Iron arrows 15 Any
    Steel arrows 30 Oak bow
    Mithril arrows 45 Willow bow
    Adamantite arrows 60 Maple bow
    Rune arrows 75 Yew bow



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    11.0 Herblaw

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    NOTE: This is a Members only skill

    Herblaw is used to make different sorts of potions and poisons. Before you can use herblaw
    you will need to do complete the druidic ritual quest.

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    A lot of the herbs you find in the game will be unidentified. To be able to use them you will
    first need to use your herblaw skill to identify them. Just click on a herb to identify it and
    if you are high enough level it will then become an identified herb type. As your herblaw level
    gets higher you will be able to identify more and more different herbs. If you are new to
    herblaw then the only herb you can identify is the Guam leaf which is usually dropped by normal
    level 9 men.

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    You will need a vial. These can be bought from the herblaw shop in Taverley. Fill the vial
    with water from a sink or fountain. To make potions you will need a combination of one
    identified herb and one other ingredient as shown in the table below. You must add your
    herb to your vial of water first and then the other ingredient. As you reach higher levels
    you will be able to make more types of potions

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    Potion type Level Herb needed 2nd ingredient
    Attack potion 3 Guam Leaf Eye of Newt
    Cure poison potion 5 Marrentill Ground unicorn horn
    Strength potion 12 Tarromin Limpwurt root
    Stat restore potion 22 Harralander Red spider's eggs
    Defense potion 30 Ranarr weed White Berries
    Restore prayer potion 38 Ranarr weed Snape Grass
    Super attack potion 45 Irit Leaf Eye of newt
    Poison antidote 48 Irit Leaf Ground unicorn horn
    Fishing potion 50 Avantoe Snape Grass
    Super strength potion 55 Kwuarm Limpwurt root
    Weapon poison 60 Kwuarm Ground bluedragon scale
    Super defense potion 66 Cadantine White Berries
    Ranging potion 72 Dwarf weed Wine of Zamorak




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    Q. What is the fastest way to make money?

    A. I have gotten this question so many times through the email. You can make money so many
    different ways, You can Mine/Smith, you can Fish, you can PK, you could craft then sell what
    you make, if your a member you could Fletch of sell potions with Herblaw

    Q. Why isn't there a Ranged section?

    A. There isn't much to ranging so I thought it would be a waste of a section. All you do is
    attack someone using a bow or a crossbow and your ranged level goes up.


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    Shops
    About Shops: Price for shop is buying and selling items is
    directly related to quantity of items in magazine, so specially
    as smith it is not very profitable to make items every other
    smith can make as you will have to sell them at very low prices.
    I have often seen a price of bronze scimitars drop to 2 gold
    in general Varrock shop as all smiths like to make them and only
    place to sell them is this shop.

    General Store

    There are many general stores in game. There is one At Island
    of Karamja, Lumbridge castle, Varrock town, Ghost town, Al-Kharid,
    Falador, Rimmington and even a dwarfs have one in underground
    Dwarven Mine. They will buy any item and will sell it but they
    buy for little less than specialized shops do and sell it for
    a little more. Here you can find all basic the items and other
    things other players sold them. The general store in Varrock
    is the place where smiths often sell the stuff they cannot
    sell in nearby specialized shops. Here, you can find 2-handed
    swords, Square and Kite shields, and Scimitars. The general
    store in Lumbridge castle is often the place smiths sell ore
    or bars from the nearby furnace. All general stores have 2
    sellers to help out with faster service.

    We list the rest of the stores here, in alphabetical order.
    For easy access, choose the bookmarks below to go to the store
    you want, or just scroll down to find the one you're looking for.

    Special Thanks go to Sir Beachy for collecting alone ALL new
    shop information's.

    Apothecary - West Varrock
    Armor Shop - East Varrock
    Axes - Bob's Axes Lumbridge castle
    Battle Axes Shop - North Port Sarim
    Bows and Crossbows - Lowe's Archery Store - Varrock Town market
    Chain Mails Shop - South Falador
    Champions' Guild Shop - Southwest of Varrock
    Clothing - Varrock Town market
    Food Shop - Port Sarim
    Fishing Shop - Port Sarim
    Helmets - Barbarian Village
    Gem Shop - Falador
    Jewelers Shop - Port Sarim
    Kebab Shop - Central Al Kharid
    Leg Armour Shop - East Al Kharid
    Maces Shop - West Falador
    Mining Supplies Shop - Dwarven Mine
    Runes - Varrock Slums
    Runes - South Port Sarim
    Scimitar Shop - Central Al Kharid
    Shield Shop - North Falador
    Skirt Armor Shop - Southeast Al Kharid
    Staves - Varrock Town Market
    Sword Shop - Near South Varrock Gate
    Apothecary - West Varrock



    This shop is hidden west of the Sword shop and the Clothing shop.
    Here you can buy some potions or make strength and other potions
    if you bring the ingredients.

    Armor Shop

    Is located east of the market in Varrock town. Here you can buy many
    types of armor . This is also the place where smiths hang out. If you
    deal with them, you can often buy many other items.

    Chain Mails
    Plate mails

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Bronze
    60
    36 + 9 160
    96 + 14
    Iron
    210
    126
    + 12
    560
    336 + 20
    Steel
    750
    450 + 19 2.000
    1.200 + 31
    Black
    4.550
    2.730 + 32
    Mithril
    1.950
    1.170 + 27 5.200
    3.120 + 44

    Adamantite



    Leggings

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Bronze

    Iron
    280
    168
    + 10

    Steel

    Mithril

    Adamantite


    Thanks to Tegengas for a correction in the Armor bonus Black Plate gives!

    Axes - Bob's Axes Lumbridge castle

    This shop is located in a closed street east from the Lumbridge castle
    gates. You can find fliers dropped from barbarians which direct you to
    this shop. Here you can buy many axes. Axes are powerful but not very
    precise weapons. You can expect to inflict more damage but hit less often.

    Axe
    Battle Axe

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power

    Pickaxe 1 0
    Bronze
    16 9 5
    6

    Iron
    56 34 6 8 182 109 9
    13

    Steel
    200 120 9
    12
    650 390 16
    21

    Mithril
    1.690
    1.014 22
    30

    Adamantite




    Battle Axes - Port Sarin

    This is new shop in first runescape port city, here you can buy
    Battle axes up to Adamite. Axes are powerful but not very
    precise weapons. You can expect to inflict more damage but hit less often.

    Battle Axe

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power

    Bronze
    52 28 8 10
    Iron
    182 109 9
    13

    Steel 650 390 16 13
    Black
    1.248 698 20
    27

    Mithril
    1.690
    1.014 22
    30

    Adamantite
    4.160 2.288 31 42



    Bows and Crossbows - Lowe's Archery Store - Varrock Town market

    Lowe has his shop next to the general store building and also
    has an archery range with practice targets to pull customers
    in. (This is not functional yet in the game.) Ranged combat is
    very practical as you can attack even monsters fighting with
    others, giving the possibility of group fight or archers to
    support partners in melee.


    Item Shop Price
    Selling Price

    Arrows
    2 1
    Crossbow Bolts 3 1
    Short Bow 70 38
    Long Bow 180 99
    Crossbow 70 38


    Chain Mail Shop - South Falador

    Is located west of the south entrance in Falador town. Here you
    can buy up to adamantite chain mail. Remember that you can use
    gloves with chain mail for additional protection.

    Chain Mails

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Bronze
    60
    36 + 9
    Iron
    210
    126
    + 12

    Steel
    750
    450 + 19
    Black 1.140 950 + 25
    Mithril
    1.950
    1.170 + 27
    Adamantite
    4.800 3.120 + 38


    Champions' Guild Shop - Southwest of Varrock

    Is located west of the Stone Circle, which is southwest of Varrock.
    You can enter here only if you are true HERO and if you finished
    all quests, but it has in is inventory best items as reward:

    Special Items
    Armor
    Item
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim / pow.

    Blue Cloak
    42 13 + 2
    Black Large Helmet
    1.609
    454 + 13
    Black Leggings 2.957 825 + 17
    Adamite Plate 16.640 5.504 + 63
    Rune Mace 14.400 8.928 39 / 29
    Rune Short Sword 20.800 12.896 41/41
    Rune Long Sword 32.000
    19.840 50/50
    Rune Legs/Skirts 64.000 38.400 + 49
    Rune Chain Mail 50.000 31.000 + 65



    Clothing - Varrock Town market

    This shop is the best place to sell and the worst place to buy,
    but it carries many leather armor items and you can get more money
    here, selling your extra shoes, gloves and leather armors.

    Item
    Shop Price
    Qty.
    Color Armour
    Apron 2 3 / 1 White / Brown 0
    Leather Armour 21 12 Brown 2
    Leather Gloves 6 10 Grey 2
    Boots 6 10 Grey 2
    Skirt 2 5/3/2 Lilac / Black / Blue 0
    Cape 2 2 Red 0
    Food Shop - Port Sarim

    Very nice place to find some food for fast PvP healing or supplies
    for your pie cooking

    Food
    Item Shop Price
    Selling Price

    Flour
    10 7
    Meat 1 0
    Cabbage 1 0
    Banana 2 1
    Tomato 4 2
    Cheese 4 2
    Chocolate Bar 10 7
    Bread 11 8
    Potato 1 0
    Red Berries 3 2



    Fishing Supplies Shop - Port Sarim

    Players can buy/sell raw (uncooked) fish and buy baits and
    fishing equipment here.

    Goods
    Shop
    buy
    Shop
    Sell

    Fishing bait 3-9 varied
    Feather 3-9 varied
    Fishing rod 3 5
    Net 3 5
    Fly fishing rod 3 5
    Harpoon 3 5
    Lobster pot 14 20
    Shrimp 3 4
    Sardine 7 9
    Herring 10 14
    Trout 14 19
    Pike 17 24
    Salmon 35 49
    Tuna 70 98
    Lobster 105 147
    Swordfish 140 196


    Thanks to Chalcedony, Duo JaCKaSS

    Gem Shop - Falador

    Players can buy/sell their cut or uncut gems here.
    (Note: stock only supplied by players)

    Gems

    Gem
    Shop Price
    Selling Price

    Sapphire (uncut)
    25 18
    Emerald (uncut)
    48
    35

    Ruby (uncut)
    97 70
    Diamond (uncut)
    194 140
    Sapphire (cut) 250 182
    Emerald (cut) 485 350
    Ruby (cut) 970 700
    Diamond (cut)
    1.940 1.400

    Thanks to Slayadaman, Attony, Heintje, Chalcedony



    Helmets - Barbarian Village

    This building is on the west side of the Barbarian village.

    Medium Helmets
    Great Helmets

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Bronze
    24
    14
    + 3
    44
    26
    + 4

    Iron
    84
    50
    + 4
    154
    92
    + 7

    Steel
    300
    180
    + 7
    550
    330 + 9

    Mithril
    780
    468 + 10
    1.430
    858
    + 13

    Adamantite
    1.920
    1.152 + 14 3.520
    2.112
    + 19


    Thanks to Mirek and Heintje for some information on this table!



    Jewelry Shop - Port Sarin

    Players can buy/sell all rings, amulets and necklaces here.
    (Note: stock only supplied by players) * in the jewelry shop,
    diamond and ruby amulets can NEVER be in stock (no spaces allocated for them)*

    Jewelry
    Shop
    buy
    Shop
    Sell

    Gold rings 245 336
    Sapphire rings
    630 882
    Emerald rings
    892 1.249
    Ruby rings
    1.984 1.417
    Diamond rings
    2.467 3.454
    Gold amulets 245 336
    Sapphire amulets 630 882
    Emerald amulets 892 1.249
    Ruby amulets N/A N/A
    Diamond amulets
    N/A N/A
    Gold necklaces 315 441
    Sapphire necklaces 735 1.029
    Emerald necklaces 997 1.396
    Ruby necklaces 1.522 2.131
    Diamond necklaces
    2.572 3.601

    Thanks to Chalcedony

    Kebab Shop - Central Al Kharid

    Is located near furnace in desert town of Al Kharid:

    Here you can Buy Kebabs for 1 gold. Kebabs have random effects
    when you eat them.

    Leg Armour Shop - East Al Kharid

    Is located near the General Store in desert town of Al-Kharid:

    Leggings

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Bronze
    80 52 + 7
    Iron
    280
    168
    + 10

    Steel
    1.000 600 + 17
    Black 2.496 825 + 20
    Mithril
    2.600 1.560 + 22
    Adamantite
    6.400 3.480 + 31



    Maces Shop - West Falador

    This is new shop located in west part of Falador little north
    from bank, here you can buy maces up to Adamantite. Maces are
    precise but not very damaging weapons. You can expect to inflict
    less damage but hit often.

    Maces

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power

    Bronze
    18 10 6 5
    Iron
    63 37 9 7
    Steel
    225 135 13 9
    Mithril
    585 351 18 13
    Adamantite
    1.446 864 25 19

    Thanks to Jeremy




    Mining Supplies Shop - Dwarven Mine

    What else you can expect from Dwarfs! As they see there is no
    mining supplies shop in runescape they opened one and are selling
    all you need to start, This shop is near entrance to underground
    Dwarf City (mine).
    Item
    (quantity) - Shop Price
    Selling Price (quantity)

    Hammer 1 0
    Pickaxe 1 0
    Copper Ore (33) - 1 (0) - 2
    Tin Ore (15) -2 (0) - 2
    Iron Ore (1) - 16
    (6,7) - 14
    (0) - 11
    Coal
    (1) - 44
    (2) - 43 (0) - 31
    (1) - 30
    (2) - 29
    Bronze Bar (1) - 7 (0) - 5
    Iron Bar (1) 27 (0) - 19
    Gold Bar (1) - 294
    (8) - 252
    (9) - 246
    (0) - 210




    Runes - Varrock Slums

    This shop is hidden in slums of Varrock town behind Bow shop.
    Here you can buy or sell all runes.

    Rune
    Shop Price
    Qty.

    Fire 4 50
    Earth 4 50
    Wind 4 50
    Water 4 / 3 32 / 50
    Mind 4 / 3 32 / 50

    Thanks to Triarius


    Runes - Port Sarim

    This shop is located at Port Sarim in the kingdom of Asgarnia.
    Here you can buy or sell all runes.

    Rune
    Shop Price
    Qty.

    Fire 4 30
    Earth 4 30
    Wind 4 30
    Water 4 30
    Mind 4 30

    Thanks to Serra

    Scimitar Shop - Central Al Kharid

    Is located near a well in new desert town Al Kharid.

    Scimitars

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power

    Bronze
    32 19 7 7
    Iron
    112 67 10 10
    Steel
    400 240 15 15
    Mithril
    1.040 624 21 21
    Adamantite


    Shield Shop - North Falador

    Is located near north entrance in Falador town. Here you can
    buy up to Iron Kite shield. This is great place to sell your
    shields or to get some basic equipment before you go hunting
    Ice giants for steel shields.

    Shields

    Material
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Wooden
    20 12
    Bronze square
    48 28 + 5
    Bronze kite
    68 40 + 6
    Iron square
    168 100 + 8
    Iron kite
    233 138 + 9
    Steel square 600 360 + 12
    Steel kite 833 510 + 14
    Mithril square 1.528 904 + 17


    Skirt Armor Shop - Southeast Al Kharid

    Is located south of the Leg Armour Shop in Al Kharid:

    Skirts

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Armor

    Bronze
    80 52 + 7
    Iron
    280
    182
    + 10

    Steel
    1000 600 + 17
    Black 2.496 825 + 20
    Mithril
    2.600 1.560 + 22
    Adamantite
    6.400 3.480 + 31


    Thanks to Heintje for an update to this table.

    Staves - Varrock Town Market

    The staff merchant is on first building on street going from
    Varrock market to the east gate. Staves are used by wizards
    to increase magic skill and substitute for runes (sometimes).
    Staves can be used in combat but are not very efficient.

    Staffs

    Item
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power
    Magic Bonus

    Staff
    15 8 7 3 + 5
    Magic Staff 200 110 13 8 + 15
    Staff of air 1.500 825 8 4 + 20
    Staff of water 1.500 825 9 5 + 20
    Staff of earth 1.500 825 11 6 + 20
    Staff of Fire 1.500 825 12 7 + 20

    Thanks to Flex 10
    Sword Shop - Near South Varrock Gate

    Is located in street going from south Varrock gate to market
    here you can buy strongest weapon in game adamite long sword,
    often you will buy better weapons from smith as they make
    scimitars and 2 handed swords which are much stronger then
    "common" swords.

    Daggers
    Short Swords

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power

    Bronze
    10
    6 5
    5
    26
    16 7
    7

    Iron
    35
    21 6 6 91
    54
    8
    8

    Steel
    125
    75
    9
    9
    325
    195
    14
    14

    Black 240 144 11 9 624 374 17 14
    Mithril
    325
    195 12 12 845
    507 19 19
    Adamantite
    800
    480 16 16 2.080
    1.248 25
    25



    Long Swords

    Metal
    Shop Price
    Selling Price
    Aim
    Power

    Bronze
    40
    24 8 8
    Iron
    140
    84 10
    10

    Steel
    500
    300 17
    17

    Black 960 576 21 17
    Mithril
    1.300




    780 23 23
    Adamantite
    3.200
    1.920
    32
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    This part of the guide was a collaboration of troahbarton and Hitman X.
    Thank you Hitman X, without you I couldn't of done this. E-mail Hitman X
    at hitmanxhorizonnet.

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    1. Andrew Gower, www.runescape.com
    I have to thank him for his help guide which
    gave me the imformation for the cooking section.
    I also have to thank him for the time and money
    he has spent to produce this ace game.
    2. I would also like to thank GameFAQs, which inspired
    me to do this. I would like to thank my favorite
    board, Pub Trivia, with everyone on it, MM2k, ncr,
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    and anyone else who I might of forgotten.


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