There are many skills and over one hundred quests you can do in Runescape - you can make many new friends and have Runescape adventures with your friends. This guide talks about one of the most important features of the game: Runescape combat and its weapons.
Basics of Runescape Combat
First off, there are three main types of combat; Melee, Magic, and Range (archery to some). Some people prefer only one of these skills while others prefer to train up two or all three of the skills. These three types of combat have their own advantages and disadvantages that are represented in the Runescape combat triangle.
This guide is to inform you of how to obtain the set items, what they do when
you have the fullset, and the stats on them. I get asked many, many questions
about my armour (I myself use Torag), so I thought I would write this guide so
that everyone can know.
2. How to obtain Set items (HTO)
i. Coming Prepared (CPR)
There are many different items that you could take to help you, but these are
the items I suggest.
Are you low on money and need something to sell? Or, are you a mage and needing law runes for teleportation spells? Whatever way, this guide is for you!
Heres a fun and exciting way to get loads of range experience with your adorable and exploding creature.
Unlike other range training guides for Runescape that say the same dull boring thing about effectively training your range level, I will present a member guide for training your range level while having fun with it. I will basically focus on training range with chinchompas, which by the way are cute furry animals that explode!
Anyway chinchompas are an awesome ranging weapon because they are fat rodent-like creatures that you throw at targets. For this way of training range you need level 45 range for a bow. Chinchompas can be caught with a box trap (both red and regular) using spiced chopped tomatoes as bait. The regular are found in the woodland area and the red, carnivorous ones are found in the jungle area in fedlip fields. Note: you can't use the regular chinchompas as ranging weapons. The cost I think is 700-800 gp, though you should check with the grand exchange because Jagex is controlling and monitoring the prices of everything.
Runescape item duplicators. A dream come true, yes? Well â€“ let me tell you one thing, there is no such thing. There never has been. All those who claim to have one are lying, and if they say there are item duplicators, there arenâ€™t â€“ their just a nasty thing called Spyware. Spyware is used to steal information from your computer. So they can take anything from your Runescape username and password to your credit card details â€“ so beware.
DONâ€™T â€œPURCHASEâ€ AN ITEM DUPLICATOR OR LOOK FOR ONE, REMEMBER, THEREâ€™S NO SUCH THING.
It would be a good to let your friends or people you know who play Runescape who think that thereâ€™s such thing as an item duplicator to tell them that there is no such thing. Tell them not to go searching for one either â€“ ITâ€™S DANGEROUS FOR THEM TO DO SO.
Ever walked by a player with a white hat in the shape of a crown? Ever walked by a talking Easter egg? These items are known as rare or discontinued items. Rare items are items that were introduced to the world of RuneScape for a twenty-four hour period to celebrate a holiday. The most famous rare items, also known to some as â€˜holiday dropsâ€™, were dropped on Christmas, Easter and Halloween of the years 2001 and 2002. Unfortunately, after noticing that these holiday drops were constantly elevating in worth and negatively affecting the RuneScape economy, Jagex decided to put an end to tradable holiday drops. Today, the holiday drops from 2001 and 2002 are still on the market, being traded back and forth, and still becoming more and more expensive. Soon, some of these rare items will be worth over a billion RuneScape gold!