I've been meaning to try Aviansies for quite a while now (just for the heck of it)... The only problem is that my stats are rather low. Would I even be able to do Aviansies? Even though using the tank method is difficult without 70 range, you can still have success at Aviansies. In addition to this, you should wear monk robe tops and bottoms, in addition to a Rune crossbow and Armadyl Pendent.
The bolts are up for you, Broad work nicely in the event that you're able to use them and in the boots slot, then utilize either Snakeskin, Ranger or White Boots. An accumulator along with your very best barrows gloves should also be taken. In your inventory, take 2-3 prayer potions, a holy wrench (if you have one) and about 20 prayer potions. Even though it seems costly, in the end, you'll earn more than enough money to pay for the supplies.
In RuneScape there is a good deal of things to do and to have fun. In WoW it is mass-grinding, and then you have fun, Raiding, getting Armour, and so on, Honestly, if I had to choose one, I state RuneScape, since you can do brand new items everyday. Forget about what anybody is saying about upgrades and abilities. You have to deem whether they're good or bad on your own.
Well I've come to be a non-member again on my main & I awakened my pure by getting its defence up by 3 levels without even understanding (Dont ask me how) so I decided to make a level 3 skiller known as iiskillx (Feel free to include ) & I was wondering does this sound like a great plan: In F2P gain: 80 Woodcutting. What ever firemaking level I get out of burning the logs, so im guessing around level 70-80? 60 Fishing. What ever cooking level I gain from cooking the fish, therefore around 60? 60 Mining. What ever smithing level I receive from smithing the ores. 60 Crafting. 50-55 Runecrafting. Become a member and get: 80 Fishing. 80-ish Cooking. 80 Mining. 70 Crafting. 60-70 Runecrafting.
Alright, I am only at the end of my 99 woodcutting career. So today the question is"what is next?!" So ive limited down to two paths I can take. My point is with skillling it will take me into a greater skilling while course two will provide me a better battle and better drops... which I can then only kill for longer drops. So my point is, should I take the longer route (one) and get all of that things be fore I go for combat or get them later when I have all my money in my abilities? Let me know what you think is the better thanks!
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