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  1. Herblore Guide

    Herblore Guide by Danieltatis This is a guide for getting levels in Herblore. This is not a very fast skill to level up, but it yields decent Blood Money (mostly by completing the Anti-bot test). This skill is intrinsically partnered with Farming, and because of this you SHOULD train both skills simultaneously (Farming before Herblore of course). The basic activities are: Getting fresh & clean (not grimy) herbs (obtainable via players or Farming @ patch west of ::skill, PLEASE look at Stats's amazing guide here ) Getting secondary ingredients AND Vials of Water @ Jatix store (located west of ::skill) Preparing potions (mixing vials with herbs, then with secondary ingredients) And, you can make Blood Money out of the potions, either by selling them to the wonderful Shop assistant @ skill, or by using them in PvM/PvP. So, is that it? What kind of guide is this? Don't worry, pictures will follow us now... The Store Jatix is located here (just teleport to Entrana via the ::skill command and follow the path) At his store you will find noted versions of the secondary items. They are free, so you should get a few thousands of each (except Vials of Water, 1M of those should suffice) After that, go to the bank at ::skill and unnote the items. Get 14 Vials of Water, 14 herbs and process them (use one in the other) to make unfinished (unf) potions. Then, get the 14 secondary item pieces and use them with the unfinished potions. In this part, you will get XP according to the potions created. What potions can/should i make? Well, i made a table for this! You can see that XP rates improve per Herblore level, so improving your Farming level in par with Herblore or getting enough herbs is a must. Oh, and you can see that i don't know how to make a few potions at the bottom. PLEASE let me know how to make them via Herblore, as they appear at the skill window. There's Super Combat potions as well. In order to make these, you need to have a clean Torstol, and all Super potions (Attack, Strength, Defence). Still, it would be nice to know HOW MANY POTIONS i should make, hmm? Potion Schedule This is a Potion Schedule. It indicates the amount of potions that you should make to reach the next potion level. I hope this helps you know where you are regarding this optimal calculation. Experience Lamps (Obtainable @ Vote Manager) Experience lamps can be used to train Herblore. If you're not interested in getting herbs or buying them, you can still get 1M XP per lamp (every 12 hours). This is suggested because Herblore requires either time or blood money to get herbs, which makes leveling pretty slow overall. Getting to 90 herblore (Super Combat potions) requires 5.35M XP, which should equate to getting 62 herblore by the actual method (a little bit more XP because level 62 doesn't get 350K experience), and using 5 lamps for 5M xp. That's all folks! If you have advice regarding tricks or strategies not shown here, please comment so i can add your contribution to this guide. P.S. Dedicated to Stats, Dawntained's guide man.
  2. Couple of suggestions

    Hey, I was doing smithing and i was thinking jeez, only 7 bars per inventory, this is going to take ages! And while painfully plowing trought those levels i had a great idea! What if there was an item that magicly eliminated the problem of needing so much coal to smelt your bars? a ring of coal that gives a unlimited coal supply! or just that it reduces 50% of the coal needed or something like that. it shud be buyable in the bm shop. Also, a couple of minigames would be fun. like zombie waves or something like that.
  3. Adding Coal Bag For Skillers

    Title says it all. I myself am maxed and I know how bad the grind for Smithing was. With having to run back and forth between the furnace and the bank over and over, just to get a few rune bars in return, I feel it'd be a nice little item to add just to make it much more bearable.
  4. Slayer Rewards From Boss Tasks

    I believe slayer needs a XP buff from boss tasks, along with a better blood money reward for task completion. You're almost forced to do normal tasks due to the fact that the XP drops are practically the same, the tasks are easier and on top of that, the same blood money as a reward. I also think it'd be a huge plus if you'd get a huge XP drop after completing your task, for both boss and normal (obviously boss tasks rewarding more). Just an idea, thank you for reading!
  5. [Skill] Smithing Guide

    Disclaimer: Before starting to train smithing you will need to either train mining and get the ores yourself or buy the ores from someone else who is selling them. If you need a mining guide there is currently this one: http://dawntained.com/forums/topic/276-1-99-mining-guide/ The current best place to train smithing is on the Dwarven Mine (Teleports ➳ Skilling ➳ Dwarven Mine) and you will be using the bank booth, the Furnace and the anvil with an hammer. Levels 1-15: Bronze bars 780 XP each Ores required: You will need to make a total of 4 Bronze bars before proceeding to the next level bracket. You could also choose to hammer these bronze bars on the anvil but it is not needed as the experience between levels 1-15 is really small. Levels 15-50: Iron bars 390 XP each Ores required: You will need to smelt a total of 87 Iron bars and then use them on an anvil with an hammer to create any type of tool according to your level (I suggest you do whichever one uses the most amount of bars as this will be faster) and you will be awarded 10 Blood money per bar used. Levels 50-70: Mithril bars 900 XP each Ores required: You will need to smelt a total of 266 Mithril bars and then use them on an anvil with an hammer to create any type of tool according to your level (Same thing as before, the more bars used the faster it will go) and you will be awarded 21 Blood money per bar used. Levels 70-85: Adamantite bars 1140 XP each Ores required: You will need to smelt a total of 833 Adamantite bars and then use them on an anvil with an hammer to create any type of tool according to your level (Same as before) and you will be awarded 26 Blood money per bar used. Levels 85-99: Runite bars 1500 XP each Ores required: You will need to smelt a total of 2607 Runite bars and then use them on an anvil with an hammer to create any type of tool according to your level (Same as before) and you will be awarded 31 Blood money per bar used. --- Experience Lamps: --- Reminder: You can purchase experience lamps to use in any skill every 12 hours for 25 voting tickets and these will provide you with 1 million experience (the amount will increase with Donator ranks) so using one to skip the first levels is a good way to start the skill. I hope this guide helped you achieving another 99 and that it made the whole grind a bit easier All Positive criticism is appreciated! Extra notes: - Edit Notes: - ★ Harry
  6. [Skill] Agility Guide

    The agility skill consists in going trough obstacles courses and completing these in order to progress in the levels. Leveling this skill will allow you to use certain shortcuts and it allows you to use less running energy the higher your level is. Training: Levels 1-50: (Teleports ➳ Skilling ➳ Gnome course) Your Agility training journey starts at the Gnome Course. The full completion of this agility course awards 3360 XP each time and the gap between levels 1-50 is 101333 XP. You will need to complete this course 31 times to be able to proceed to the next levels bracket. Levels 50-80: (Teleports ➳ Skilling ➳ Barbarian course) Once you are done with the Gnome Course you will start to train at the Barbarian course. The full completion of this agility course awards 10640 XP each time and the gap between levels 50-80 is 1986068 XP. You will need to complete this course 174 times to be able to proceed to the next levels bracket. Levels 80-99: (Teleports ➳ Skilling ➳ Wilderness course) THIS IS IN WILDERNESS LEVEL 49 - BE AWARE! This course is the course that provides the most XP in the game and it will be used until you achieve level 99. The full completion of this agility course awards 24760 XP each time and the gap between levels 80-99 is 11048363 XP. You will need to complete this course 447 times to finally achieve level 99. This is an area where Pkers usually come to try and find people skilling and since you can't use the door when you are in combat it is recommended that you come to this area with a low level and simply bring food to survive the attacks of the mages that attack you inside. You may also pay 500k (Coins, not blood money) at mage bank to make it so that the wizards inside the course will not attack you for 30 minutes. Agility Shop: While doing agility you will receive agility points whenever you complete an agility course and this can be spent in the Agility shop. This shop can be accessed by talking with the Gnome shop keeper in the Gnome course or with the Barbarian guard in the Barbarian Course. The Boots of lightness allow you to have less weigh meaning you will use less stamina while running and the Rogue Armour allows you to sometimes get double loot while thieving. Experience Lamps: Reminder: You can purchase experience lamps to use in any skill every 12 hours for 25 voting tickets and these will provide you with 1 million experience (the amount will increase with donator ranks) so using one to skip the first levels is a good way to start the skill. I hope this guide helped you achieving another 99 and that it made the whole grind a bit easier All Positive criticism is appreciated! Remember that there is also a Pet to gain from this, The Giant Squirrel (The chance is 1/Every 25 Million Experience (If you are a donator rank the % boost makes it lower)) so goodluck getting it! Extra notes: - Edit Notes: - Removed armor setups to tank at the wilderness course as you can't leave the gate while in combat for 10 seconds and edited the warning about it. ★ Harry
  7. [Skill] Woodcutting guide

    Before starting to train: Head over to the "Shop Keeper" at ::home in the shops area and purchase a bronze axe and a rune axe for free, on the "Skilling Shop" section. If you have 1000 blood money it is advised that you purchase a dragon axe from the "Blood Money Shop" at ::home as it will speed up a lot the process of getting 99 Woodcutting. Once you have these items you are ready to start training. All the current trees used on the multiple level brackets are located at Entrana and you will be training there (Teleports ➳ Skilling ➳ Entrana). Levels 1-15: You will be using your bronze axe during these levels and you will be chopping Regular Trees. The experience in between levels 1-15 is 2411 XP and each Regular Tree awards you with 625 XP per log, meaning you will need to cut 4 Regular logs before proceeding to the next level bracket. Levels 15-35: In the next level gap you will be still using your bronze axe but you will start to chop Oak Trees. The experience in between levels 15-35 is 19995 XP and each Oak Tree awards you with 950 per log, meaning you will need to cut 21 Oak logs before proceeding to the next level bracket. Levels 35-60: Until level 41 you will still be using your bronze axe but at level 41 and above you will start to use your rune axe. In this level bracket you will be cutting Willow Trees. The experience in between levels 35-60 is 251336 XP and each Willow Tree awards you with 1700 XP per log, meaning you will need to cut 148 Willow logs before proceeding to the next level bracket. Levels 60-75: Once you reach level 60 you will need to use your rune axe during 60-61 and at level 61 you will start to use your dragon axe until level 99. In this level bracket you will be cutting Yew Trees. The experience in between levels 60-75 is 936679 XP and each Yew Tree awards you with 4375 XP per log, meaning you will need to cut 215 Yew logs before proceeding to the final level bracket. Levels 75-99: Once you reach level 75 you will keep on using your dragon axe until level 99 and you will be cutting Magic Trees. The experience in between levels 75-99 is 11824010 XP and each Magic Tree awards you with 6250 XP per log, meaning you will need to cut 1892 Magic logs until you achieve level 99. Alternative and faster method to achieve 99 (Inside the Wilderness!) Once you achieve level 60 you can choose to use the Wilderness Resource Area (Located at level 51-54 Wilderness) and cut Yew Trees and Magic Trees as you will receive more experience per log being a faster method than Entrana, although it has the risk of pkers. The easiest way to get there is to go trough the Edgeville Lever and bringing a knife or a weapon with a sharp blade to cut the web and then running a bit East. It costs a total of 350 Blood Money to enter each time on the Resource Area and once inside you can note the logs by clicking "Use" on them and on the "Cleaner" for free. This method is recommended if you don't mind the fact of it being in the wilderness and that you have the chance of dieing as it speeds up the leveling by quite a bit (the exp is boosted by 10% in this area). Experience Lamps: Reminder: You can purchase experience lamps to use in any skill every 12 hours for 25 voting tickets and these will provide you with 1 million experience (the amount will increase with donator ranks) so using one to skip the first levels is a good way to start the skill. Woodcutting as a money maker: All the logs cut can be sold to the blood money shop meaning you can make money while getting 99 or simply as a money maker. The log prices are: 3 Blood Money per Regular Log; 4 Blood Money per Oak Log; 5 Blood Money per Willow Log; 7 Blood Money per Yew Log; 9 Blood Money per Magic Log. I hope this guide helps you out on your Woodcutting training (Yes, i know it isn't really the most helpful guide as woodcutting is pretty simple) and hopefully we can see some more 99 Woodcutting capes on the server Remember that there is also a Pet to gain from this, The Beaver Pet (The chance is 1/Every 25 Million Experience (If you have a donator rank the % boost makes it lower)) so goodluck getting it! Extra notes: I didn't add pictures of the different Trees as this would make the guide very big because of the size of the pictures but if it improves the guide I will edit them in. This is my first guide so I will still be tweaking it to try and perfect it and any constructive criticism is appreciated in order to improve in this guide and future ones. Edit Notes: - Few spelling mistakes. - Resized some images. - ★ Harry
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