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Gh0stf00t's And Troyg2005's F2p Pure/pker Guide. + EASL's PvP FAQ

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Gh0stf00t and Troyg2005’s [uPDATED] F2P Pure Guide

 

ATTENTION: Due to the wild being back, and the game being changed from years ago, I’ve updated this guide. I haven’t pked in about 3 years, and I’m just getting back into it. If anyone spots any wrong information in this guide (or outdated) ~ Please make a reply with a correction and it will be corrected and your name will be noted

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The Stats are pretty much spot on still.

 

 

The Numbers are higher. (Meaning the hits from a weapon ~ It’s not 12 anymore it’s some other number…if anyone has a correction for the correct numbers please post.

 

Training spots may be out of date (except security stronghold) ~ So if there’s any corrections help us! And if there are any new training spots not mentioned…please feel free to post those as well! Thanks.

 

Special SPECIAL thanks to PaladinPker

 

Special Thanks to: Pureosaur, xxx 0hp xxx, Jmaster BCM, Dec3dus, Oh Bum. <3.

 

 

This guide was made to help everyone who has a PKing account or would like to get into the fun world of Player Killing.

 

Now there are generally 2 types of PKers. There are the ones who get the kills and can make money from it, and the ones that help those people make a living. We are hoping that this guide will help you become one of those money makers. We will also list the stats you should have before PKing. This Guide will also tell you the perfect places to train your Pure's stats.

 

Helpful tips before we start:

 

-Teleport runes are your friend. ESPECIALLY in the deeper ends of the Wild. Bring them, unless you want to run back eating constantly while being attacked by a mob.

 

-Str pots are extremely helpful. [TAKE THEM] They boost your str to make you hit higher significantly. It can go either way if you want to bring one or not. You can bring one and have that extra boost ~ or you can bring an extra lob/swordfish.

 

-Fire Blast and the Rune 2h are used for KO’s.

 

-This is a F2P pking guide. This is NOT a p2p pking guide.

 

-This guide gives the stats of popular pures, training places, how to spot them, and how to defeat them.

 

-Safing is okay in deep wild with or without a group. You will get called a safer, and people might safe back and/or run. If you pk right next to the ditch as you enter the wild you really shouldn't safe.

 

-If you pk right next to the ditch as you enter the wild ~ 90%+ will run once they realize they're losing bad or run out of food. Go out deeper and bring a tele. Or find a team of a few and venture deeper.

 

-If you pk right next to the ditch, you're going to have to KO because a majority will run.

 

-BSing (Back stabbing) a teammate in your group with the rest of the group is okay too. It’s not against the rules. I actually love doing it.

 

-Trash talking is ok in the wild ~ Obviously using strong insults is not ~ Noob is fine.

 

First things first, we will start with the most common type of PKer in the wild.

 

The Strength Pure.

 

A Strength Pure's stats

 

Most Strength Pures should have at least these stats:

 

Attack: 40 [DO NOT GO HIGHER UNLESS YOU’RE GOING MEMBER]

Strength: 60+

Defence: 1 [A MUST]

Range: 1 or 40 for Green D'hide Chaps and Vamps.

Magic: 1 or 25 for Varrock Teleport or 59 for the Fire Blast (I highly suggest staying lvl 1 Magic~ Most stay at level 1)

Prayer: 1 or 31 For Ultimate Strength [Most stay at level 1)

 

 

How to spot them and what they have.

 

Most Strength Pures are easy to spot; they generally they wear monk robes or full iron/D’hide. They will be wielding a scimitar of some sort, and may be wielding a Anti Dragon Fire shield because of the high defence against Magic Attacks. From around level 40 onwards they will be using a Rune Scimmy. In their inventory they will have a Strength Potion, Rune 2- hander, and the remainder of the inventory full of lobsters.

 

[bring a Str Pot ~ it raises your strength significantly and helps you hit higher.] ~ If you choose not to and bring an extra food, you won't have that extra damage while drinking the potion. ~ It helps, bring it.

 

Tactics

 

A Strength Pure's PKing tactic is pretty simple. They will drink their strength potion and start attacking. They will be hitting pretty hard with their Rune Scimitar, but watch out when you're low on hit points, they will pull out a Rune 2-hander and generally hit more or near 20 for a KO.

 

 

Where to train Strength Pures

 

At first, a very common and easy place to train your strength and attack would be at the Monestary. You would train on monks, they are great to train on because they are fairly decent XP and they have the ability to heal you, so you don't require food for this part of the training.

 

When you feel that you are stronger and want to kill better monsters for better XP, then head off to the Edgeville Dungeon. There you will find a lot of Hill Giants to train on. This will require food because Hill Giants do hit well against people with 1 defense.

 

An alternative to the Hill Giants would be killing Zombies in the Stronghold of Security. This also would require food because they hit fairly well against 1 Defense Pures. Also in the stronghold, you could train on Flesh Crawlers, they have a max hit of 1 and they are very good XP.

 

[Flesh Crawlers are in the top 3 leveling spots for PvP ~ Amazing for Pures]

 

What to use to beat them

 

Fighting a Strength Pure is a lot of hard work, they hit hard and fast. But it is possible to beat them. The best attacking styles to fight them with are Melee or Range. Melee because you are fighting someone just like you so it gives you a 50 - 50 chance of winning and Range because they don't have any defense so your arrows will hit them easier. Make sure that your HP doesn't get below their max hit otherwise your pretty much dead unless you get lucky and they miss.

 

Pure Mages at higher level will get destroyed by Str Pures ~ Mages are only viable at lower levels in f2p~

 

Now we move onto a Pure Very Similar to the Strength Pure.

 

The Rune Pure.

 

A Rune Pure's stats

 

Most Rune Pures Should have these stats:

 

Attack: 40 [Advised to stay at 40 ~ If you’re combat level gets extremely high, you may want to think about raising this.

Strength: 60 or more...again, the more the better

Defence: 40 [KEEP IT AT 40]

Range: 40 for Hp and for the Green D'hide chaps. (Not a must, but pretty helpful)

Magic: 1 [You may raise to 25 for a teleport, but do not rely on magic attacks at all.]

Prayer: 1 or 43 (Up to you really, Prayer will not last too long, gives extra Cmb lvls too) [i personally don’t like prayer in f2p, so it’s up to you.]

 

How to spot them and what they have.

 

Rune Pures will be wearing full Rune Armour. [Can also be wearing D’Hide Chaps] If a Rune Pure has done all of the quests, then he/she would be wearing a Rune Platebody, but if they didn't bother to do any quests, then they would be wearing a Rune Chainbody. They would be wielding a Rune Scimmy and have a strength potion and the rest of the spaces filled with lobsters or swordfish in their inventory, they may also carry a Rune 2-hander for a quick KO.

 

A Rune Pure's tactics

 

Since they don’t normally have the Rune 2-hander for a KO they must out last their opponent. Rarely, you may encounter a Rune Pure with a 2-hander, so it would be wise not to take them lightly. [Higher up levels may bring it ~ but in clan wars or some kind of group PvP ~ The 2h is not brought.

 

Where to train a Rune Pure

 

Well, first with your Rune Pure, you should get 40 attack and 40 strength first. You should train those stats at the Monestary on monks, The Hill Giants or in the Stronghold against Zombies and Fleshcrawlers. After you get those stats, get 40 defense. Now that you have 40 attack, 40 strength, and 40 defense Go score yourself some Rune Armour and train at the Hill Giants, sell the bones to make some cash. [Moss Giants are also good xp as Rune Pures have armor]

 

What to use to beat them

 

Rune Pures will not hit as hard as their cousins (Strength Pures). But their Defence and Armour makes it hard for other Pures to hit them. The best attacking styles to use what fighting a Rune Pure are Melee and Magic. While using Melee is an ok way to fight these Pures (use a Rune Mace or War Hammer since armour crumbles under crush type attacks), by far the best way is to attack them with magic. Their armour is very weak against magic and using it will kill them very fast indeed.

 

Mostly, you won’t see pure mage in higher up levels, so I advise to go pking in a group ~ and not take on a Rune Pure 1v1. The Reason? Because 1) He’ll run away. 2) You won’t hit him much (Unless you’re mage) 3) They’ll outlast you every time if you’re a Str or Range Pure.

 

The Pure Ranger

 

Their Stats

 

Most Pure Rangers will have these stats:

 

Attack: 1

Strength: 1

Defence: 1

Range: 60 or more

Magic: 1 or ... Magic isnt really useful since you are wearing items that have a negative bonus on Magic Attacks

Prayer: 1 or 44 for Eagle Eye Range Bonus (Up to you really, Prayer wont last too long, gives extra Cmb lvls too)

 

How to spot them and what they have.

 

Pure Rangers will be wearing dragon hide vamps and chaps, they wear a coif and a leather body. They equip the best arrows and best Bow available to them.

 

Tactics

 

Pure Rangers, will stand at maximum distance from there prey and begin attacking. This gives them the upper hand from the first arrow they let loose. If their Range level is high enough, they can hit consistent 12's on their opponent. [Need updated max hit number]

 

Where to train your Pure Ranger

 

First, train on cows until you are able to equip a Willow bow. You can use either accurate or rapid. Accurate is slower, but has a better chance of hitting, and Rapid hits faster, but has less of a chance of hitting. Then when you get the willow bow, head over to Hill Giants. Train there until you have at least 50 Range. Then you can either pk, or you can keep training there until 60 Range.

 

An alternative would be to buy a lot of bronze arrows, and go to Varrok sewers. Look around for a while and you will see a place where you are on one side, and the zombies are on the other and they cannot hit you. Now train range there, but you will not be able to pick up your arrows, but it is very quick XP. This also works with skeletons in the sewers.

 

Also ~ Flesh Crawlers are amazing xp as well. One could head over ther at around 40 range (Maybe higher, like 45) ~ And train on them. There is one safe spot that I know of in level 2 of Security Stronghold: Right when you enter from the west entrance of the room full of flesh crawlers…Go to the very tip corner on the left side right as you walk in. Also go to the corner. Also~ The bones, and other fleshcrawlers will provide body blocking as well.

 

What to use to beat them

 

Since Pure Rangers will be wearing D 'hide the worst possible way to attack them is by using Magic, Their armour makes magic almost useless for fighting them. There armour also gives a very nice Range defence as well. The best way to attack them is by using Melee. By using a stabbing weapon and stabbing their armour you will do more damage. But honestly, all Str Pures use slashing ~ No one uses stabbing. And that’s fine.

 

Str Pure and Range Pure in my opinion ~ Are pretty equal when they go up against each other. In a DM it’s always a tossup on who will win when I see them. Str Pures (by theory) have an advantage, but Range Pures could easy kill a Str Pure as well.

 

The Tank Ranger

 

Their Stats

 

Most Tank Rangers will have these stats:

 

Attack: 1

Strength: 1

Defence: 40 or more (More is better Defence...but more Comb lvls ~ Most stay at 40)

Range: 60 or more

Magic: 1

Prayer: 1 or 44 for Eagle Eye Range Bonus(Up to you really, Prayer wont last too long, gives extra Cmb lvls too)

 

 

How to spot them and what they have.

 

Tank Rangers will be wearing full green dragon hide or will be wearing a Rune Chain body instead of the green dragon hide body and also will wear a Rune full helmet.

 

Tactics

 

Tank Rangers, will stand at maximum distance from there prey and begin attacking. This gives them the upper hand from the first arrow they let loose. They will not use magic to KO you because of their armor making it so hard to hit with magic, instead they will just out last you.

 

 

Where to train your Tank Ranger

 

You are going to have to train defense without training attack or strength. This may be a little tedious, but it is worth it. You can either train defense with an Iron Scimmy or you can train it using the long Range option on your bow. If you choose the scimmy, then train on chickens and cows, then train on monks the rest of the way. If you use long range, then train on cows until 40 range.

 

You are also training Range when you use Long Range, so once you get 40 defense, switch to Rapid or Accurate. The difference is accurate is slower, but hits more, and rapid is faster, but hits less. So train Range until you can equip a willow bow, then head over to hill giants and train Range to your desired level there.

 

What to use to beat them

 

Tank Rangers are often hard to beat since they have a good Defense level and their range attack hits fast and hard. Magic is alright at handling these pures ~ but as stated before, you don’t see many pure mages in f2p at higher levels. But they’re a viable option at beating them due to they wear a rune chain body mostly. (If they’re wearing full D’hide, then magic is useless against them) The best way to kill them is by using Melee ~ Using a Scimmy like pures. Also, range is alright at a decent right against them as well.

 

 

The Range/2h

 

~In my opinion…the most powerful pure at the moment~

 

Their Stats

 

Most Range/2hders will have these stats:

 

Attack: 40 (do NOT get higher)

Strength: 50+

Defence: 1

Range: 60+

Magic: 1

Prayer: 1 or 44 (Up to you really, Prayer wont last too long, gives extra Cmb lvls too)

 

Attack + Strength should equal range * 1.5

 

 

 

How to spot them and what they have.

 

They will be wearing Green D'hide items and any top and hat they want

 

Tactics

 

Range/2h people will begin ranging until you are low on health then pull out their 2-hander for a deadly combo.

 

Where to train your Range/2h pure

 

You can train Attack and Strength to 40 each starting at chickens and cows until 20 each, then head to monks and train until 40 there. Now train Range until 65 using the methods used in the "Pure Ranger" section. Now train your strength to 60 at hill giants or zombies in stronghold of security.

 

What to use to beat them

 

While fighting Range/2hd Pures they best tactics to use when fighting them are the same as Pure Rangers and Tank Rangers. Magic is not good against these pures. Again as before, Str or Pure Range are viable options at defeating them.

 

The Pure Mage

 

~In my opinion…most powerful at low low lower levels of pking~

 

Their Stats

 

Pure Mages will have these stats:

 

Attack: 1

Strength: 1

Defence: 1

Range: 1

Magic: Up to 59

Prayer: 1 or 45 for Mystic Might Magic Bonus (No one uses prayer with pure mages)

 

 

How to spot them and what they have

 

These Pures will be wearing full Mage clothes and they will have certain Runes and lobsters in their inventory. They mostly carry Teleport Runes also.

 

Tactics

 

Pure Mages, will stand at maximum distance from their prey and begin attacking. This gives them an advantage from the first spell the cast on you. Also, they may occasionally bind their opponent to stop them from moving for 5 seconds.

 

Where to train your Pure Mage

 

There are a number of ways to train magic, but we will tell you the most used ways. The most used way is to first use air strike on any monster until you can cast fire strike. Then you should go to hill giants and train magic using fire strike until your desired level. You can also train magic using fire strike at the wizard's tower on the top floor. There is a lesser demon in a cage, and you can train magic very quickly here.

 

A much faster way would be using Varrock teleport to train Mage. Now you would train magic until 25 mage, then get the runes for Varrock teleport, and then just teleport until your desired level. This is a very expensive way, this will cost you a lot of money. This doesn’t train hit points, it just trains magic.

 

There are 2 more fast ways also. You can cast curse spells on any monster until your desired level. Also you can low alch a high quantity of items to get some extra money, and some magic experience. These 2 ways are pretty fast but they do not train hit points. Using curse is pretty cheap and average to fast speed, Alching items is expensive in the long run but extremely fast.

 

OR~ You can just train to air strike and start pvping. My opinion is different than others, but Pure Mages are BEAST in low level pking. They will demolish Str pures with a steel scimmy or a Mith scimmy. Mage pking is best in groups, they’re good at 1v1 also, but most useful in groups for their huge spikes.

 

What to use to beat them

 

While fighting a Mage do not wear any form of plate armour. The best Defense against these Pures is D 'Hide or nothing at all. All Attacking styles will work fine against Mages but the best ones are Melee and Range. These will do the most damage since they wear no armour.

 

The Hybrid

 

~Honestly…Hybrids are barely used in PvP. They’re one of a kind.

 

Their Stats

 

 

Attack: 40

Strength: 60 or more

Defence: 1 or 40

Range: 65 or more

Magic: Up to 59

Prayer: 1 or 45 for all Protection Prayers and Attack bonuses

How to spot them and what they have.

 

These type of Un-Pures are very hard to spot in the wild. They generally wear whatever gives them the best defense against all other pures, while still have attacking bonuses in all the combat styles. They will carry weapons, Bows and Arrows and also Runes for Magic, But will also carry the different armours they need to fight all the different Pures.

 

Tactics

 

There tactics will change for who they are fighting, These Un-Pures are meant to be flexible against all other Pures, So when against Strength Pures with no Armour they will use Melee or Range, Against Rune Pures they will use Magic, And against Rangers they will use Melee.

 

 

Where to train your Hybrid

 

Training a Hybrid is a mixture of how to train all the other Pures, Please read the other Pure training sections to find out how.

 

What to use to beat them

 

Fighting a true Hybrid Pker will be very hard, they will change their armour with your attacking style, Making you hit less and making them hit harder. There is no real way to explain how to beat one of these Un-Pures other than when they change their armour change your attacking style. If they put on D 'Hide don't use Magic, If they put on armour use Magic and if they take everything off use Melee.

 

The trick to beating 40 defense hybrids is that you can outlast them because they have less food, carrying rune top + legs, dhide top+legs, and magic top+legs, and runes, and slap on rune while praying magic.

 

Range/Mage Pure

 

A Range/Mage's stats

 

A Range/Mage pure will have these stats:

 

**Range level should be equal to magic; ie 59 magic and 59 range**

 

**The only 2 viable options are really 35 range-35 mage or 59 range-59 mage**

 

But if you want to be creative, you can experiment around as well.

 

Attack: 1

Strength: 1

Defense: 1

Mage: up to 59

Range: 59+

Prayer: 1

 

How to spot them and what they have.

 

These Pures usually wear a Wizard hat, Wizard top, Green d'hide chaps, and they Weild a bow. They have runes for certain spells in their inventory.

 

Tactics

 

They will stand far away from you and they will range you at first. Once that your health seems low to them, they will attack you with a magic spell, preferably fire blast. The magic spell is used to try to KO their opponent.

 

Where to train your Range/Mage pure

 

Well since you are not training attack and strength, you will not need any combat equipment. You will only be training magic and range. First off, train range at chicken until you can equip a willow bow. Now, head over to the Hill Giants in the Edgeville dungeon, and train Range to 50. Now, it is time to train magic to 50. Follow the magic training methods used in the "Pure Mage" guide mentioned earlier. Now that your magic is 50, Train Range to 65. Now since your Range is 65, time to get the powerful fire blast. It hits a max of 16 in f2p. Now, train your magic to 59 and don't train is any higher. Now, you can go into the wilderness and start PKing.

 

Now, you can pk in the wild before getting these stats. But I would suggest at least having 40 Range, and 41 Mage before starting to pk.

 

What to use to beat them

 

While fighting a Range/Mage PKer use Melee as much as you can. Fighting these Pures is just like fighting any other Range Pure. Try not to get caught with your Armour on when they Start using Magic to bring down your health. When they are Ranging you leave all your Armour on, When they use magic against you take off all of your plate Armour (i.e Iron through to Rune items). If you have D 'Hide on do not take it off at any point.

 

Str and Range Pures are both viable options to defeating R/M. Mages are alright, not so effective though.

 

Prayer Beast

 

Normally a strength pure with the following stats:

 

Stats:

 

 

40 attack

80+ strength (prayer is not worth the combats below 80 strength)

1 defense

1/40/80- range

1/25/59/80- mage

31 prayer

 

How to spot them and what they have:

 

Coif

Amulet of Strength

Monk Top

Monk Bottom

Team Cape

Green d'hide vambraces/any gloves

Rune scimitar

 

Inventory:

Rune 2h

Strength potion

 

Tactics

 

Basically, a prayer beast is an account that uses prayer to improve their hits, as well as to protect item, and so a resurgence in the number of prayer beasts is expected with the return of the wilderness.

 

Where to train:

 

Read guide.

 

What to use to beat them:

 

Rune pures do well against this build due to their low attack and defense. Also, if a ranger can get in the first couple hits by attacking from a distance, they stand a chance to force the prayer beast, which has almost no form of defense, to eat almost continuously and thus come out on top.

 

 

 

Thanks for reading. If you have any questions, drop a PM to me or TroyG2005 or post in the topic. Also, you can message anybody who has a log of pking in the forums. They obviously know what they’re talking about as well.

Edited by Ghostfoot

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Q: Why do people get 45 defense? Why not just 40? Would I get 45 defense for my F2P pker?

 

A: 45 Defense allows people to wear rune berserker shields, berserker helms and void robes. These give huge offensive bonuses to benefit the player.

 

Q: When\why should I get prayer?

 

A: This depends on your style of attack. As a rule of thumb follow these guidelines:

 

-Pure mages rarely benefit from prayer

-Can you afford the cost of prayer potions?

-Members are far better off with prayer than f2p, as they have prayer potions

-What will you be using prayer for? If you have a rare and expensive item protect item is a must

 

Q: What prayer level should I get?

 

A: I'd recommend either

 

-26: Gives Protect Item and Hawk Eye

-31: Gives Protect Item and Superhuman strength

-34: Gives Incredible Reflexes which can be used against tanks

-43: Gives all the Protects which can be used to stop pile jumpers

-44: Gives Eagle Eye

-60/70: Gives access to Chivalry/Piety, these require Kings Ransom and as this gives defense exp should only be used on 70 defence pures or mains

 

Q: Why don't pures defense?

 

A: Defense adds extra combat levels; by not getting defense you have the advantage over other players as you have higher strength/range/magic levels which heightens your offensive output.

 

Q: Why should I get 20 defense?

 

A: 20 defense gives many advantages; you can wield the prayer armour intiate, mystic robes and the slayer helm. As well as rune gloves

 

Q: What attack level should I get in f2p?

 

A: 40 attack allows you to wield rune, however corrupt dragon can be used at 60 attack and this allows you to hit the highest f2p hit, 37.

 

Q: What attack level should I get in P2P?

 

A: In p2p the recommended levels are 50/60/70/80 these enable you to wield:

The infamous Granite Maul

Dragon weapons

The Saradomin Sword and the Abbysal Whip

Chaotic

 

Q: Is there anything that can help me plan my pure and to know what combat level he is once I am done with what I have planned?

 

A: The Zybez Combat Calculator

 

 

Q: At what level should I use a certain type of pure?

 

A: All pures can win at fights but the following pures are recommended:

Low levels: 3-35 Mage pures own the combat triangle in f2p while in members Obby maulers are very powerful

Middle levels: 35-60 Range pures are very powerful while granite maulers also pack a punch. Obby maulers still hold there own but against granite maulers can get outhit

Higher Levels: 60-80 Strength pures start to shine here however range tanks begin to develop good hits at this point

Maxed Levels: Once you have maxed combat, tribriding using all 3 combat forms to devastating effects, but melee becomes the most effective

 

Q: What does "pj" mean?

 

A: Pjing means Pile Jumping, this is when you attack someone who has just finished a fight.

 

Q: What is tagging?

 

A: Tagging is fighting with a partner in a single combat zone, and escaping combat to allow your parnter to continue

 

Q: Where are good areas to pk in the Wilderness?

 

A: In BH outside EdgeVille is good for rune fights and simple beginners, north of varrock is typically low level, and the mage bank in lv55 wilderness for summoning/ taggers/clans

 

Q: What is "Safing"?

 

A: Safing is when you eat at health where you opponent can't pk. However more often it is an excuse for your opponent not killing you.

 

Q: I need some inspiration...Where can I find some?

 

Simple type in "RuneScape PvP" into YouTube for some good PvP videos. Also post questions and kills on this forum

 

Q: What is 'barraging'?

 

A: Barraging is using the barrage spells in the ancient magic's spellbook.

 

 

Q: What is honour or no-honour pking?

A: This is a tricky subject, honour pking is usually pking without a teleport or means of escape. If someone asks you to "Dm" or Deathmatch it means that niether of you will be allowed to run. However it is reccomended to only do these with friends as not all the community is honourable.

 

The following things are considered "dis-honounorable":

-Pile Jumping, attack someone halfway through a fight or jsut as they finish a fight

-Rushing, not giving people tiem to prepare for a fight

-Luring, luring people into deeper or multiway parts of the wilderness to be killed

-Safing, eating at higher health to stop being pked

 

However, all these tatics help you win. So its your choice.

Edited by Yuanrang

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I think your guide is great so far! :D Just add that it is possible for tanke ranges to K0 with mage if they can throw a staff on. Also try to add stategys on how to beat the types of pkers, Such as armors or weapons used against them. :rolleyes:

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Tankers have prayer: 44 atk: 40 str: 60+ theyre not exactly pures, they need the atk and str for d slayer, and some tankers have 40, 45, or 70 def, they also train mage for teles, and pray for "focus" or somtin, and tankers are made to trick ppl

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Another suggestion is to add areas of where to PK. :) Or also take screenshots of wat the types of pkers look like. :rolleyes:

Edited by Jmaster BCM

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This guide is good, but I don't think I will ever be using it. :) Why do people think the wilderness is only about pures? What about mains? Full rune PKing at rune rocks or with a clan in F2P is more fun than you would think.

 

Keep it up, though. :rolleyes:

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at the rune pure guide, you're missing a great place to train strength. Flesh Crawlers-level 28 or Flesh Crawlers-Level 35 (Be sure to get at least 20 fishing and cooking, so you can easily fish for food outside the stronghold)

 

Flesh Crawlers (Level 28) location- Room immediately south of the Second Floor Ladder

 

Flesh Crawlers (Level 35) location- South East corner room

 

 

Happy Training! :)

 

:lol: :(

Edited by aznf13ryf1r3
Quoting all that really stretches the page unnecessarily, so I removed the quote. ;) ~Xaria

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This guide is good, but I don't think I will ever be using it. :lol: Why do people think the wilderness is only about pures? What about mains? Full rune PKing at rune rocks or with a clan in F2P is more fun than you would think.

 

Keep it up, though. :(

 

It isin't all about pures, but it is mostly used by pures. This guide is about pures only, not mains.

 

Yes i know, f2p clan fights at rune rocks are much fun.

 

@aznf--They are called "flesh crawlers", and I didn't include them in the rune pure part because when you are a rune pure, you can fight better monsters because he would have better defense.

Edited by GhostFoot

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Rune pures somtimes have 45 def and range tanks sometimes have 25 or 59 mage to K0 rune pures

 

That is only for member rune pures.

 

Range tanks have 25 mage for teleport, they don't have 59 mage to use fire blast because if they are wearing a rune chain then the magic won't hit well.

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This guide will have more information added and all that sort of stuff, I just made the basic example of it so that myself and ghostfoot could add more information in time. Thank you to everyone who has helped so far.

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Theres two types of strength pures, the ones who wear monk robes (usually 31+ prayer) and the ones who wear full iron + Dragon hide chaps. Or just full iron (1 prayer) I think the monk robes should have it's own up there, prayer beast. Atleast that's what they where called in RSC.

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Well there arn't 2 types of strength pures, its just that they wear different things, and I have added information about prayer for all the pures in there. And the only difference between a str pure and one with prayer is well... prayer, there is no reason for adding a whole new section for a str pure with prayer. How ever I will add a section on what a real prayer beast it (45 prayer and all combat styles).

 

 

The very first (original) post of this guide has been edited with all the new information. I will keep adding things to it.

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You have forgotten Range Mage :wub:

They usually have a very high range level and a high magic level.

To spot them they probably wear some wizards robes and d hide chaps and magic amulate or defence amulate, they can have a very high prayer level too because most mage pures don't train defence therefore they have very high prayer levels to fix that.

 

-Ming

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No Pures have been Forgotten, just not all of them have been added yet.

 

And could everyone who posted and quoted my guide please edit your posts so that the quote is removed, It is making a lot of junk on this post and making it Uber long, Plus I think I know what I wrote.. so you don't need to quote me ok?

 

But feel free to post your suggestions and things to add.

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Shouldn't u add hybrids as well?

 

All i know is the following stats:

 

Attack:40

Strenght: 60+

Defence:40

Range:60+

Mage:59

Prayer:45? (or 43)

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We spelled "Tactics" wrong in the rune pure and the pure ranger part.

 

Add this part to the guide.

 

Range/Mage Pure

 

How to spot them and what they look like

 

These pures usually wear a wizard hat, wizard top, green d'hide chaps, and they weild a bow. They have runes for certain spells in their inventory.

 

Tactics

 

They will stand far away from you and they will range you at first. Once that your health seems low to them, they will attack you with a magic spell, preferably fire blast. The magic spell is used to try to KO their opponent.

 

A Range/Mage's stats

 

A Range/Mage pure will have these stats:

 

Attack: 1

Strength: 1

Defense: 1

Mage:59

Range: 60+

Prayer: 1

 

Where to train your Range/Mage pure

 

Well since you are not training attack and strength, you will not need any combat equipment. You will only be training magic and range. First off, train range at chicken until you can weild a willow bow. Now, head over to the hill giants in the edgevill dungeon, and train range to 50. Now, it is time to train magic to 50. Follow the magic training methods used in the "Pure Mage" guide mentioned earlier. Now that your magic is 50, train range to 60. Now since your range is 60, time to get the powerful fire blast. It hits a max of 16 in f2p. Now, train your magic to 59 and don't train is any higher. Now, you can go into the wilderness and start pking.

 

Now, you can pk in the wild before getting these stats. But I would suggest at least having 40 range, and 41 mage before starting to pk.

Edited by GhostFoot

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@aznf--They are called "flesh crawlers", and I didn't include them in the rune pure part because when you are a rune pure, you can fight better monsters because he would have better defense.

 

my bad, hehe

 

edit: i fixed it now

Edited by aznf13ryf1r3

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I was thinking of maybe a warrior/mage with the following stats:

 

Attack:40

Strenght:60+

Defence:1

Mage:60+

Range:1

Prayer:1 or (25 to protect rune scimmy)

 

I dont know how they will own but u might fugure out a way.

Edited by marc19

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I was thinking of maybe a warrior/mage with the following stats:

 

Attack:40

Strenght:60+

Defence:1

Mage:60+

Range:1

Prayer:1 or (25 to protect rune scimmy)

 

I dont know how they will own but u might fugure out a way.

 

We know about that one thanks. They own the most in f2p IMO.

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(marc19) Hybrids were added before your post was made.

 

(ghostfoot) it has been added now

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