Starter Guide

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This article is a starter guide. If you're looking for how to make money, see Money making

How to Train Your Account[edit | edit source]

This section covers efficient ways to level an account from the starter total level all the way to max. Remember you can use CTRL+T to teleport, and CTRL+H to teleport home!

Early Game[edit | edit source]

  1. One of the first things you should complete is the egg offering at ;;wcz, you can offer 25 eggs daily for experience in the lowest skills you have.
  2. Next up is to complete My Adventure Path in the Quest tab. It should get you to the mid-game. However, if players decide to not do it, they should spend time training Thieving or Slayer. The choice is depending on whether the player loves skilling or combat the most. Thieving is a great method to get early skill tickets which can be spent on buying skill tools and supplies, which will allow you to train other skills. On the contrary, Slayer is a great way to passivley train combat skills as they will be used to level Slayer. It also allows to stack on charms and bones by doing tasks, which can be used later on for Prayer and Summoning.

Mid Game[edit | edit source]

Mid Game starts when all (or most) of a player's skills are around level 50/60.
  1. For the mid game, players will want to train skills that are connected with other skills. E.g. Farming which is used to acquire herbs for Herblore. Such skills are Woodcutting, Fishing and Farming. Players should also begin training skills that require resources, e.g. Crafting if any are obtained from Slayer. If not, they are saved for the late game.

Late Game[edit | edit source]

Late Game starts when all (or most) of a player's skills are over level 80.
  1. In the late stages of the game, the remaining skills will be Hunter, Agility, Runecrafting and Mining. These skills do not have any direction connection with combat, meaning players are unable to collect supplies for them before initiating training.
  2. They are not necessary for Mid/Late-game PvM, but are required to obtain the Max cape.

Money Making[edit | edit source]

This section covers some basic money making methods for Beginners. For more detailed information, see Money making.

Daily Tasks[edit | edit source]

Daily tasks are a great way to boost your account's progression, get better gear, and earn GP. Right click the 'Daily Task Board' near Home teleport -> Tasks. Complete these tasks to earn Daily Loot keys which can then be used on the Loot Chest.

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Achievements under the Miscellaneous can be ticked off ✔️ right as you start the game to gain a good starter kick. They are vital to obtain pet perks, which will significantly boost your account progression. Once you have finished the easy ones, try to aim to complete other achievements as you grind to your main goal in order to supply your account with gold. Make sure you also do daily/weekly tasks at the daily board for extra achievement points!

Thieving[edit | edit source]

Thieving is a good way to make starter money by either pickpocketing from NPCs or the stalls at Skill Zone for Skill Tickets. These tickets can then be traded to other players, or used to buy items from the Skillermen to sell to others.

Slayer[edit | edit source]

Slayer is one of the most efficient money making methods as it unlocks monsters and bosses that have greater loot. Players can begin slayer with ;;slayer, where they can talk to the slayer master to obtain a task. The slayer portal right outside the master costs 10,000 to use, but is highly recommended as it saves time.

For starters, players are advised to take short/medium regular tasks, and progress to long/extreme tasks at higher levels. This is because at lower levels you are progressing faster through the skill, and at later levels you want to stay at monsters that give good gp/h for a longer time.

Account Game Modes[edit | edit source]

This section covers certain differences between the game modes possible for new accounts.

Trade Luck Combat Skilling Banking
Normal Yes 0% 125x 25x Yes
Adventurer Yes 3% 25x 15x Yes
Challenger Yes 7% 7.5x 5x Yes
Ironman No 5% 100x 20x Yes
Iron Challenger No 8% 7.5x 5x Yes
Hardcore Ironman No 8% 7.5x 5x Yes
Hardcore Iron Challenger No 10% 7.5x 5x Yes
Ultimate Ironman No 6% 100x 20x No
Ultimate Iron Challenger No 8% 7.5x 5x No
Group Ironman Group only 5% 100x 20x Yes
Group Iron Challenger Group only 8% 7.5x 5x Yes