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  1. RuneScape.com > Hover over Account > Account Management > Email Registration > Login > Enter your current email, then the new email. As it appears, there is no way to remove an email address from the Account. Just use an active one.


  2. Those are some easy looking quests you have available, I'll just list off some of the easier ones:

    A Tail of Two Cats (2 QP)

    Buyers and Cellars (1 QP)

    Devious Minds (1 QP)

    Doric's Quest (1 QP)

    Enlightened Journey (1 QP)

    Fur n Seek (2 QP)

    Kennith's Concerns (1 QP)

    Land of the Goblins (1 QP)

    Meeting History (1 QP)

    Missing my Mummy (1 QP)

    My Arm's Big Adventure (1 QP)

    Myths of the White Lands (1 QP)

    Observatory Quest (2 QP)

    Quiet Before the Swarm (1 QP)

    Shades of Mort'ton (3 QP)

    Spirits of the Elid (2 QP)

    Elemental Workshop III (1 QP)

    The Feud (1 QP)

    TokTz-Ket-Dill (1 QP)

    Troll Romance (2 QP)

     

    That only adds up to 26 quest points, but that's only the easy ones. If you want substantial points, you can do quests like:

    As a First Resort (1 QP)

    Chosen Commander (3 QP)

    Contact! (1 QP)

    Enakhra's Lament (2 QP)

    Fairy Tale III (2 QP)

    In Aid of the Myreque (2 QP)

    Legacy of Seeraze (2 QP)

    Love Story (2 QP)

    Rocking Out (2 QP)

    The Darkness of Hollowvale (2 QP)

     

    That adds up to 45. I'm assuming you can do to these quests, or almost have the skills to do them. It's a lengthy list, but there are some short quests there.


  3. Looking at all the Subquests, it doesn't look like it'd take too long to do each one.

    (http://runescape.salmoneus.net/quests/RecipeForDisaster.html)

     

    Part 1: The cook: Immediate

    Part 2: The dwarf: 20~ minutes

    Part 3: The goblins: 15~20 minutes

    Part 4: Pirate Pete: 30~ minutes

    Part 5: Lumbridge Guide: 15~ minutes

    Part 6: Evil Dave: Up to an hour

    Part 7: The ogre: 40~ minutes

    Part 8: Sir Amik: 40~ minutes

    Part 9: Awowogei: 45~ minutes

    Culinaromancer: Not long, 10 minutes

     

    Those are all guesses, based on looking at the quest guide and remembering how long it took me. These times apply only if you have all the items you need and you're teleporting from place to place.


  4. When I mined Pure Ess as a Freeplayer (Rune Pickaxe, walking between bank and Aubury's shop), I could do 1000 in about an hour. It's not too much, but if you mine with a Dragon Pickaxe (actually, I'm not sure if using a better pickaxe makes you mine that much faster) at the Magic Guild, you can probably do more.


  5. Tab 2: I recommend getting rid of some of the lower-quantity currencies. If you plan on doing something with them, OK, otherwise they're not necessary. Also, I think those are god bird eggs, so you should either keep one of each and wait until level 70 Summoning to hatch them, or just get rid of them altogether.

     

    Tab 5: Unless you do F2P Range PKing, I don't see why you need Green Dragonhide. Even the Archer helm is somewhat unnecessary, it's usually replaced by the Neitiznot.

     

    Tab 6: I think it's called the Beacon Ring, the last item in the tab. It's not necessary.

     

    Tab 7: The watering can should be in your Leprechaun Tool Storage, and if there already is one there, you don't need a second. And if you don't plan on training mining, or mining gold, you don't need the Golden Helmet (unless you like the looks)

     

    Tab 8: Drop the black book with the white bar on top, drop the piece of glass in the far right of the 2nd row, drop the Body body.

     

    Tab 9: Drop/use firelighters, they have no GP value. Sell/drop/alch the random metal junk. Get rid of the elemental shield and vambraces.

     

    Those seem the least useful, to me at least.


  6. I've always hated this...The first was terible, but still not as bad as this one...

     

     

    -99/10

    Why bother watching it?

     

     

     

     

    I like the ideas for the movie, the first two don't hurt, but when it could kill people, like in your last section, I think it's a little too far.

    But I can't wait to see future ones.


  7. well... which ever looks better XD and yeah, i have a fighter torso, and i dont pvp or do boss fights

    The fighter torso is an excellent substitute for the Chestplate, especially if you have a decent Defense level.

    In which case I suggest buying Tassets and the Whip. An excellent combo, which I use myself (except I use a DScim. Training str :grindteeth:)

     

    As for the Godsword, they aren't much use in training at all. They're good if you do a lot of PK'ing, but the whip will be better overall.


  8. You don't have to start anything or talk to anyone in order to get an effigy. I got my first drop from an Aviansie!

     

    Anyways, if you're not getting one, it's simply because the drop is rare. Also, doing more high leveled tasks means more chance of getting an effigy.

     

    :grindteeth:


  9. If buckler shields are introduced, they can be seasoned with this new oil and turned into antifire shields. These shields can be strapped onto one arm and allow room to hold a two handed weapon. These shields only have half or a third of the antifire protection as the regular antifire shield.

     

    I don't think this is necessary. If you're already suited up in an Anti-fire Helm, Body, and Platelegs, the shield is just superfluous.

     

    And although it does seem like this would be unnecessary if you think about using it with the Anti-Dragon/DFS or Potion, what about using this armor without the shield?

    Imagine the body offering 50% reduction, the legs offering 40% reduction, and the helmet offering 10% reduction. It doesn't really make sense to me either, a full top-and-bottom suit offering the same protection as a measly shield, but I'm going to ignore that for now.

     

    It makes using a weapon like a Godsword or Maul against dragons a feasible option (even though the Chaotic Longsword can take the Godsword's place).

     

    I commend your creativity, but I think you should think of an idea not related to dragon fighting. Since the release of the Dragonfire shield and Super Anti Fire Potion (whatever that level 85 Potion is), it seems that dragon fighting can't get much more sophisticated.

     

    Unless of course, new dragons are released. I wouldn't let this idea die entirely...

     

     

    Dragon shield - like 90% reduction.

    Dragon shield with potion - 100% reduction.

     

    Useless, so end of topic.

     

    Unless we want more useless stuff like prayer recharging in canifis, broodoo shields etc. :grindteeth:

    Prayer recharging in Canifis would be great for barrowing :madsing:.

     

    I meant the existing 'hollow tree, cut it, get barks and burn them to restore prayer'. Its useless, no1 uses it.

    I didn't even know you could do that :)

  10. It's fine. People get it to 99 without much problem. Honestly speaking, I don't think everything should be handed to us.

     

    That wasn't my intention. I'm just saying that many things in this game take awhile to excel at and most people don't have that kind of time.

    A lot of things in RuneScape take time. If you don't have the time to get a really high agility level, then that's that. You just don't have the time. You either need to make time, or have the patience to get to a higher level at a slower pace than other people, who allegedly have more time.

     

    Cinariel also brought up a good point, using the Penance horn or other methods to increase XP makes training better.

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