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    Zamorak Monk
  • Birthday 06/16/1994

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    England, UK.
  • Interests
    Writing RuneScape guides.<br />Playing Runescape <br />Laughing XD<br />Playing on my Nintendo Wii ;)

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    Warren
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    Member
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    RuneScape
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    Saradomin
  • Favourite Skill
    Construction!
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    Melee
  • Combat Level
    118
  • Overall Skill Level
    1900+
  1. I just bought a new phone (Samsung Galaxy i5700) and I wish to connect to the internet on it using wi-fi, however I have a slight problem. When my phone searches for available wireless networks my home router doesn't show up (yet all the other routers on my street do). I am wondering if there is something I am doing wrong? I am certain nothing is wrong with the router as it is detected just fine on 2 computers, 1 laptop and 2 xboxs in my house. I have also tried going into router settings (using the belkin ip address: 192.168.2.2), it's possible the router isn't compatible with phones, but I couldn't find anything on the router to suggest otherwise.
  2. I did exactly this method to get 99 construction (well I might have started a bit later then level 74). And I did find that I was getting roughly 275k exp an hour (that was before the butler update that made them faster, and that was with distractions). So if you do not get distracted and keep focused on building doors, around 330k per hour could be gotten. Also, I did begin work on a construction help guide at one point. (Here is the guide) I nearly finished it but I didn't write about stealing creation hammers.
  3. AVG recently found the first ever trace of a virus on my newly installed computer. It was moved to the virus vault as 'Trojan Horse Generic2_a.ADBU'. However I still think the virus is on my system. I tried to download Malware Bytes from download.com but it said NOT FOUND on the page ater you click to download (I don't know whether this is download.com not working, or the work of the virus). Any more stuff I can do to see if I actually have still got the virus?
  4. Warren

    Construction Help Rewrite

    Once every 8 tasks. sweet! Thanks :) So why doesn't the guide title say 100% complete? It's not complete yet. I still need to get a few more pictures, and finish the section on stealing creation hammers. Bought Looks good -.- OK, going to correct that mistake.
  5. Warren

    Construction Help Rewrite

    As for the levelling spelling, it doesn't matter how you spell a word (uk english or us english) as the site accepts both ways. Also, for the Ardougne spelling mistake I will fix that.
  6. NOTE: I need a picture of somebody building a limestone attack stone. Construction Help Re-written by Coolstuff999 Original guide by ÐædÃzêr Special Thanks to Roy, Aarmy Of One and Sleepy Have you ever longed to build the house of your dreams, only stopped by the fact that everything you touch with a saw and hammer creates an architectural mess? If this is the case you have come to the correct place, as this guide will teach the main ways to level construction - that will even make the worst of builders become experienced at this expensive skill. This guide will cover three ways of levelling the construction skill; Expensive Method, Medium Method and a Cheaper Method. All of which will be explained in detail later on. Quick Links Getting Started Speeding-up Training Medium Method Cheap Method Expensive Method Stealing Creation Hammers Construction Skill Cape Getting Started It must be warned that construction is NOT a cheap skill, and it can cost you over 100 million to reach level 99. This guide will not cover money-making methods, as it is a construction guide. If you are looking on ways to make money, I suggest you check out the Money Making guide which can be found here. Before you can begin you must purchase a plot of land from the Estate Agent, whom can be found in either Varrock, Ardougne, Falador or Seer's Village. For 1,000 gold he will sell you a plot of land that contains 2 basic rooms: Parlour and Garden. None of these rooms will have anything in them, except for the garden which will contain a portal that will allow you to enter/exit your house. It should also be noted that the house will have a 'basic wood' style, but it can be changed later as your construction level increases. Buying a house also allows use of the magic spell, Teleport to House. This spell requires 40 Magic to cast and is incredibly handy for training construction, as it allows easy access to your house. If you haven't got 40 Magic there is no need to train magic as you can purchase Teleport to House Tablets, which when broken have the same effect as if you were using the real spell. Tablets can be used by anyone, regardless of combat level. After purchasing a plot of land, you should make your way to the Sawmill Operator who can be found in a little hut, in the Timber Yard (which is North-east of Varrock). He can sell you a Saw which is one of the required items (the other being a Hammer) to build everything in Construction, with the exception of plants, rooms etc. The Sawmill Operator will be the most important NPC to you for construction as he will convert logs to planks, which are then used to build furniture - giving you Experience in Construction. You don't have to get the Sawmill Operator to convert logs for you though, as you can purchase them off other players or the Grand Exchange, but be warned it will be more expensive to buy them. Now that you are prepared you can now begin leveling your construction, and hopefully achieve that construction level you always dreamed of. Speeding-up Training Training your construction will be quite slow and time-consuming until you can hire a servant, as you will have to keep going backwards and forth to the bank withdrawing more building materials. However, you can speed up these boring levels with a little help from the Magic skill! What you need: 40 Magic, so you can use the spell Teleport to House. Law Runes. Earth Runes. Saw. Hammer. Building Materials. Inventory and Equipment: Law Runes: One of the runes required to use the Teleport to House spell. Earth Runes: One of the runes required to use the Teleport to House spell. Saw: One of the required items to build things. Hammer: One of the required items to build things. Building Materials: These vary depending on what item you are building. Building materials include anything from limestone bricks to mahogany planks. Air Staff: Provides an unlimited amount of Air Runes, one of the runes required to use the Teleport to House spell. Ring of Dueling: Allows you to teleport to the Castle Wars lobby, which has a bank. Optional: Weight reducing items such as Boots of Lightness, Penance Gloves, Spotted/Spottier Capes and Agile Clothing. Using this method: Step 1: Use the Teleport to House spell. Now go into House Options and put Building Mode on. Step 2: Go into the room you are going to build in, and start building furniture in that room. Make sure to use up all the building materials you have in your inventory. Step 3: Operate your *Ring of Dueling and teleport to the Castle Wars arena. Now go to the bank chest and withdraw more building materials. Repeat until desired level. *Make sure you put on a new ring once your other ring has shattered. Medium Method This is the method the majority of players use to level their construction. This methods main focus is oak planks, the second cheapest plank in the game. You will begin using normal wooden planks, then eventually when you reach level 16 you will start using oak planks - and will continue to use them all the way to level 99. This is called the 'Medium Method' because it is neither expensive nor cheap, it is in between. Level 1-16: Start by making crude wooden chairs in the Parlour of your house. To successfully reach level 16, you will need to make 48 crude wooden chairs. Because these chairs require 2 planks and 2 nails to build, you will need 96 planks and 96 nails if you want to achieve 16 Construction. However, because nails bend more easily at a low construction level it is advised to bring much more then is needed. It should also be noted that the better the metal of the nail the less chance they have of bending (so a Steel nail will break less often then a Bronze nail). Once you reach level 16 Construction you can wave goodbye to normal planks and nails, as you will never see them again for the rest of your construction training. Level 16-33: At level 16 you gain the ability to build pluming stands, one of the first items in the Construction skill which are built with oak planks. The pluming stand only requires 2 oak planks to build, no nails are required. You will need to make 130 pluming stands to successfully reach level 33, so that means you will need 260 oak planks in total. Because pluming stands can only be built in a Workshop, you will need to build one before you can begin making them. A Workshop will only cost you 10,000 gold. Level 33-74: For the next 41 levels you will be making oak larders, one of the fastest experience givers in construction. An Oak Larder requires 8 oak planks to build, which means you can only make 3 per an inventory (8*3=24, an inventory can only hold 28). An Oak Larder can only be built in a kitchen so you will have to build one before you can begin making them. A kitchen will only cost you 5,000 gold. It is recommend at these levels to build 2 bedrooms and hire a servant (from the servant's guild in Ardougne) because it will speed things up. For it to be efficient you will have to hire a Cook, Butler or Demon Butler. The list belows explains what servant you should hire: Price: Cook Balance: Butler Speed: Demon Butler For those who wish to keep costs low, but are prepared to sacrifice time then you are best hiring a Cook. For those who want to level quickly and are prepared to fork out lots of money, a Demon Butler is the way to go. If you want a balance (medium cost and medium time) then a Butler is for you. To successfully reach 74 you will need to build 2,246 oak larders. Because each larder requires 8 oak planks, in total you will need 17968 oak planks. Level 74+ From level 74 and upwards, you will be making oak dungeon doors for experience. Oak dungeon doors can only be built in a dungeon room, so you will have to build one before you can begin making them. A dungeon room will only cost you 7,500 gold. Much like oak larders, it is recommend to hire a servant because it will speed things up. The only servant you should be hiring now is the Butler. The list below explains why the other servants are not recommended. Cook: Hiring the Cook would waste you too much time. She is quite slow going to the bank and back and she only carries 16 planks at a time. This means you would only have enough planks to make just one set of doors each time she brings you more oak planks. Demon Butler: The only reasons why the Demon Butler is not recommend is because his pay is double the cost of the Butler, and for an extra 5,000 you are only paying for speed and more planks. Extra speed may seem like a bonus, but in fact it will only slow you down because you will not be able to keep up with him. Also, the extra planks are unneeded because you can only make 2 oak dungeon doors an inventory anyway. To successfully reach level 99 you will need to build 19,897 oak dungeon doors. Because each door requires 10 oak planks, in total you will need 198,970 oak planks. Total Materials: 96 Normal Planks. 96 Nails (more is recommend because occasionally they break). 217,198 Oak Planks. Rooms: Parlour, Workshop, Kitchen and Dungeon Room. Cheap Method This method is used amongst players who cannot afford expensive building materials. The cheap method focuses on limestone bricks which are bought cheaply from the Stonemason in Keldagrim or mined from the limestone mine east of Varrock. However, do not purchase limestone bricks from the Grand Exchange as it makes this method ineffective because it terms of ratio, oak planks give more exp for your money. This method is only recommend for players with a lot of spare time on their hands because it is very slow. Level 1-5: Start by making crude wooden chairs in the Parlour of your house. To successfully reach level 5, you will need to make 7 crude wooden chairs. Because these chairs require 2 planks and 2 nails to build, you will need 14 planks and 14 nails in total. However, because nails bend more easily at a low construction level it is advised to bring much more then is needed. It should also be noted that the better the metal of the nail the less chance they have of bending (so a Steel nail will break less often then a Bronze nail). Level 5-59: You can now build Decorative rocks, the first object in the construction skill to be made with limestone bricks. They can only be built in a garden, so you will have to build one before you can start building. Your existing garden will not work as it contains the portal necessary for leaving the house. Another garden will only cost 1,000 gold. To sucessfully reach level 59 you will need to build 2,475 decorative rocks. Because each rock requires 5 limestone bricks each, you will need 12,375 in total. Level 59+ From level 59 and upwards you will be making limestone attack stones. They can only be built in a games room so you will have to purchase one before you can start building. A games room will only cost you 25,000 gold. To sucessfully reach level 99 you will need to build 63,933 limestone attack stones. Because each attack stone requires 10 limestone bricks to make, you will need in total an astonishing 639,330 limestone bricks! (img here) Total Materials: 14 Normal Planks. 14 Nails (more is recommend because occasionally they break). 651,705 Limestone Bricks. Rooms: Parlour, Garden and Games Room. Expensive Method This method is for the rich who want to achieve 99 construction quickly. As it's main focus is mahogany planks, you could soon find yourself spending 150m or more! Level 1-16: Start by making crude wooden chairs in the Parlour of your house. To successfully reach level 16, you will need to make 48 crude wooden chairs. Because these chairs require 2 planks and 2 nails to build, you will need 96 planks and 96 nails if you want to achieve 16 Construction. However, because nails bend more easily at a low construction level it is advised to bring much more then is needed. It should also be noted that the better the metal of the nail the less chance they have of bending (so a Steel nail will break less often then a Bronze nail). Level 16-33: At level 16 you gain the ability to build pluming stands. The pluming stand only requires 2 oak planks to build, no nails are required. You will need to make 130 pluming stands to successfully reach level 33, so that means you will need 260 oak planks in total. Because pluming stands can only be built in a Workshop, you will need to build one before you can begin making them. A Workshop will only cost you 10,000 gold. Level 33-52: For the next 19 levels you will be making oak larders. An Oak Larder requires 8 oak planks to build, which means you can only make 3 per an inventory. An Oak Larder can only be built in a kitchen so you will have to build one before you can begin making them. A kitchen will only cost you 5,000 gold. It is recommend at these levels to build 2 bedrooms and hire a servant (from the servant's guild in Ardougne) because it will speed things up. If you are using this (expensive) method you must obviously have a nice pile of cash, so there is no excuse for not hiring the best servant at your level. Use a butler from level 40 to 50. Then use the demon butler all the way from 50 to 99. Using a cook is not recommend as it would be faster teleporting to the bank and withdrawing more building supplies. To successfully reach 52 you will need to build 220 oak larders. Because each larder requires 8 oak planks, in total you will need 1760 oak planks. Level 52+: From now on you will be making mahogany dining tables.
  7. Warren

    Construction: Maximum House Size?

    First of all, -.- The reason you cannot build extra rooms (despite being below your max room limit) is because at level 50 construction your house cannot be bigger then 6x6 (6 rooms going across, 6 rooms going down). You'll have to increase your construction level if you want to make your house bigger. As for the question about which rooms can only be built once, the answer is Menagerie and Costume Room. These are the only two. You can have more then one games room if you want to.
  8. Warren

    Busted Iban's Staff?

    Take it to the dark mage (he lives near the entrance to the underground pass) and he'll repair it for 200k.
  9. Warren

    Over 400k A Hour?

    Picking Mort Myre Fungus is a very good option now. The price has shot right up, and the price is over 1k each. This means you would only have to pick 400 fungus an hour (which is easy to achieve in an hour).
  10. Warren

    Poh And Nat Running

    It requires level 47 construction and is built using 3 teak planks and an UNCHARGED amulet of glory (has to be uncharged). It can only be built in a quest (not skill) hall. As for the nat running question, yes you have to manually remove ess from the pouch.
  11. Warren

    Rate Me

    Started playing around the beginning of 2005 (just before the easter event). I have some more items in my bank, couldn't fit them all into one inventory. So this isn't my total wealth. Also I have spent millions on getting 99 construction, as well as building my house. This picture shows my holiday rewards. I have all of them from easter 2005+. Eek isn't on the picture as she is living in my house. House Pictures:
  12. Warren

    Mith Meets Death?

    Yes he's been around for awhile, take a look at this old picture I took years ago: (I've had to write text on it, cos I've been having RS Wiki nicking my pictures)
  13. Warren

    Halloween 2009 Event (web Of Shadows)

    You can also put Eek in your house, provided you have a Menegerie. (You can also put him in a costume room)
  14. Warren

    Mining Help

    Wow! I would of never guessed. At your level powermining granite or iron would be your best bet. Or alternatively, you could try star mining for some no-click mining.
  15. Warren

    Armoured Zombies Guide

    Maybe add about using a Dragon Battleaxe special attack? It greatly increases your strength here and more damage = more exp. You can easily counter the effects of the decreasing attack and defence by drinking a Stat Restore Potion. Also, you don't need to use protection prayers, use chivarly or piety instead. You shouldn't take much damage, and the bunyip is there to heal you anyway.
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