It is impossible for anyone else to calculate CPH for you since only you have access to your account. You must determine CPH yourself by:
Killing the monsters for 10 minutes.
With the amount of charms you have, multiply it by 6 (10 minutes * 6 is an hour).
That is an approximate CPH rate.
Repeat the test for statistically stronger results.
A good monster ...
Lets consider some things:
Your example states 300k/h
The current bond price is roughly 12.3 Million gold (at time of posting).
One bond is 14 days of membership, or 336 hours.
At 300k/h, it will take about 41 hours to make 12.3 million gold (simply divide 12,300,000 by 300,000).
You should also note that:
Redeeming one bond gets you 14 days
Turning memories into energy gives the smallest amount of xp. Turning memories in xp gives medium xp and turning both energy and memories into xp gives the largest chunk of xp.
If we look at a random wisp type (e.g. here), we see that for example Sparkling wisps give 5 xp per memory if converted to energy, and 15 with enhanced xp. This means that ...
To change what experience you can gain, you must access the "Powers" interface.
Press the "Powers" tab (the highlighted one in the picture below). Or, press F4 (this is the default keybind though. You may have changed it in your settings):
A menu will open that will look like this:
Click on the "Melee" tab (if not already)
On the right, there will be a ...
This is a high alchemy calculator: http://www.scape-xp.com/runescape-high-alchemy.html
You can find the most profitable items to alch on here every day.
Dicing and flowering and such are incredibly unreliable.
No, the experience you earn in the Combat Beta will not transfer to the main game or affect it in any way. As this page on the Runescape site says:
You should import your character save before playing the beta; once in the beta lobby, you will see a new Import Character button in the bottom-left of your screen. Nothing you do on the beta worlds will ...
It is impossible to host a Runescape private server, because the source code is not (nor does Jagex have any reason to make it) publically available, for either client or server. (And in fact, trying to do so would go against the Jagex TOS)
Runescape generates revenue from monthly subscriptions, so there's little reason to think that "private" servers not ...
Since the Evolution of Combat update, there is a separate interface for choosing what skill to gain combat experience in. When you are in game, click on the combat interface panel by clicking on the crossed swords icon.
If you click the circular button labeled "XP", there will be an interface that lets you choose what skill(s) to gain experience for melee ...
The stun damage can and will kill you if you continue to do it. Many times pickpocketing the Master Farmer I have died. If I get a chance I will go do it and get a snapshot to further prove this.
EDIT: Here is the snapshot I promised. As you can see I was pickpocketing the Master Farmer and I am in the middle of the death animation.
To enter Prifddinas(Elf City), there is only the quest requirement of finishing Plague's End. Plague's End does have requirements in order to start it.
- Making History
- The Restless Ghost
- Priest in Peril
- Catapult Construction
- Within the Light
- Mourning's Ends Part II
- Mourning's Ends Part I
Jagex will free up your username if you haven't logged in for a while, but I don't think I've ever heard of an account being completely wiped like that.
Sometimes stats will be reset because of botting or bug abuse, but not completely reset like this. My hunch is that you're probably mistaken about logging in with the correct email. That's been the case ...
According to the RuneScape Wiki, "A minimum of five tasks must be completed before points are awarded". You should receive 2 slayer points upon completion of your next task from Vannaka (or 4 if you have completed the quest "Smoking Kills")
That is the shinigami orokami mask.
The shinigami orokami mask is an orokami mask that can be obtained from a murderous orokami as a rare loot from either free-hand catching it or looting a murderous orokami jar.
A little while ago, Jagex released an update called the Evolution of Combat. This update changed the entire combat system, including how combat levels are calculated. Your level 4 skiller with all level 1 combat stats now is the same as your level 3 skiller was before EoC.
Killing mature grotworms near Port Sarim will harvest about 1.7 Billion gp if you do it for 1 month. You make about 3m an hour! It commonly drops rune items and ores/seeds/armour/potions and the legendary royal dragonhide. It is the absolutly best way to make cash quick.
There is only one familiar which can deposit items from your inventory to the bank. The Pack yak. It requires 96 summoning and, with a Winter Storage scroll, you can bank an item from anywhere.
However, there are three pets from the Solomon's General Store which have an ability to bank items. Note that these pets cost 1300 runecoins for free to play ...
NOTE: Since 8 October, items such as pendants and recharge gems no longer need to be equipped to give bonus experience. If you have a pendant (they were removed 31 October from the Squeal of Fortune), right click it and select "gain-xp". You will get bonus experience in that skill.
There are many items which do this, most which are skill-specific:
If you are creating what is known as a "Pure" account, then it has advantages. For example, a "Strength" pure will only train Strength as a combat skill, and will aim to leave every other combat skill at 1. Being able to turn off earning experience for certain skills will prevent them from accidentally leveling those skills and "ruining" their Pure account. ...
Bonus experience is used when you perform that skill. In the case of Prayer, burying bones, spreading ashes, etc (I will note that the Ectofuntus in Port Phasmatys does not use bonus experience for Prayer, but guilded altars in Player Owned Houses do count). It sounds like you received either a prayer fallen star, or prismatic one, which allows you to ...
The one in question you point out denotes a player that is an Ironman. Check out this link on the wiki. There are 7 badges currently in the game including this one.
There are 3 crown's, gold, silver, and purple which represent Jagex Mods, Player Mods, and Community Partners (AKA Local Mods) respectively .
The blue star shows a player who has purchased ...
You can have urns in your inventory that will grant bonus experience in fishing, cooking, mining, smithing, woodcutting and prayer. The lower level urns are free to play items.
Also, cooking on a bonfire will slightly increase the cooking xp gained, as will burning logs on a bonfire instead of burning them normally. The lower level bonfires are free to play....
I think the same thing happens with P2P items when you hop to an F2P world, i.e. it not only loses its stats but "vanishes". For example, if you equip an abyssal whip, then hop to a free server and attack something, you will be attacking it unarmed, but the whip will still appear in your equipped items menu.
Your firewall blocks Java from downloading the RuneScape applet. Try configuring the firewall to allow Java. As some firewalls cause problems specifically with Java 7, downgrading to Java 6 may help.
Source: Jagex Support Page
I'm presuming you're a low level free-to-play player, as you have mentioned both low levelled methods that are mainly used in F2P. If not, then please elaborate :).
Here are some methods:
Cut normal logs (the current price is 405gp)
Mine iron. Quick and easy
Collecting ashes. Burn the logs yourself then pick up ashes. Willow logs are highly recommended ...
Yes, there are others.
The circus costumes are cosmetic rewards from doing the Circus D&D
The Book of Faces is a free cosmetic headpiece
The Crab Claw is obtainable from completing the Easy Daemonheim Tasks
The Bloodied and Honourable Kyzaj, after completing The Mighty Fall
Dr Nabanik's old trilby is a cosmetic hat from completing Mahjarrat Memories
The game will log you out automatically after a period of time of inactivity. There's no in-game way around that.
You can use a macro to force activity, however, that method is against the rules, and has a decent chance of being detected. I do not advise, endorse, or recommend this method, and as such, I have not included links to any such macro software.
Leveling up your skills tied to combat will increase your overall combat level a detailed description on what this does and the benefits can be found here
But for the sake of ease I will highlight the important bits here
which skills and the formula used to calculate the combat level:
Attack and Strength or Ranged or Magic