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[center][size=5][b][u]Ice Giant Slaying[/size][/u][/b]
[b]Written By:[/b] Veni Vidi Vici
[b]EXTRA Special Thanks To: [/b]Roy, Poke, Sp0rtsrule, Victory Guy8 and Neo Avatars[/center]



[p][u][b][size=3]Contents[/size][/b][/u]
[list]
[*] [anchor=Ice Cavern]Ice Cavern[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=What to Wear]What to Wear[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=Inventory]Inventory[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=White Wolf Mountain]White Wolf Mountain[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=Wilderness]Wilderness[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=Fighting Tips]Fighting Tips[/anchor]
[/list][/p]


[name=Ice Cavern][u][size=4]Ice Cavern[/size][/u][/name]

[p]Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes, gems, herbs and coins! They are also good charm droppers. Even if you aren't looking for a way to make money, these guys are excellent to train on! At level 88 I can get about 40k xp an hour! I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

[img=http://img292.imageshack.us/img292/6066/routetoicecavesaz6.png]



[name=What to Wear][b][u]What to Wear[/u][/b][/name]

When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.



[b]Melee:[/b]

[img=http://i25.tinypic.com/1z4g5k9.png]


What to Wear:*
At least full adamant armor. Rune/Adamant chainbodies, medium helmets and shields are also acceptable choices.
Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended, but regular gaunlets or gloves are okay.
*Note: Trimmed armor gives the same stats as the normal armor it represents. It is only worn because I can afford it, though it has no better stats than regular rune armor.



[b]Mage:[/b]
[img=http://i28.tinypic.com/9leczm.png]


What to wear:
Magic Robes
Amulet of Magic
Fire Staff
Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

[b]Range:[/b]
[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/i1hc9u.png]


What to Wear:
Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it, green dragonhide is also suggested.)
Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster
About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.[/p]


[name=Inventory][b][u][size=4]Inventory[/size][/u][/b][/name]

[p]These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.
Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/118f287.gif]


This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50:

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/5aric3.gif]


This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2heexar.gif]


Your inventory should only consist of food. These guy's aren't too tough, so even if you a member, it isn't recommended you bring potions. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.

If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the Knight's Sword Quest. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/15rcnki.png]

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. 

Red Route: How to get to the Ice Warriors/Giants
Blue Route: How to get to safe spots (no monsters)

[img=http://i37.tinypic.com/2lvifjd.png]


There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants! 

[img=http://i31.tinypic.com/2uqey4l.png]

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!
When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the Falador Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure.[/p]



[name=White Wolf Mountain][size=4][u][b]White Wolf Mountain[/b][/u][/size][/name]

[p]Okay now although this guide isn't exactly meant for members; it might get their attention. First go to Ice Mountain. There are Ice Warriors up there, but I would recommend going into the mountain itself. WARNING! IF YOU ARE BELOW LEVEL 60 COMBAT THIS IS NOT RECOMMENDED! TRY THE WILDERNESS OR ICE CAVERN!

Blue Line - From White Wolf Mountain to Falador
Red Line - From White Wolf Mountain to Catherby Bank
Bank (Not recommended because it is farther away than Catherby)



[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/k01rpg.png]


[img=http://i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff94/LIZARD1616/IceWarrior2.png]


[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/2my2m8n.png]


That is what it will look like; as you can see, Ice Warriors! 

You need to mine to get to the ice warriors below. This is what the rocks will look like; look above to see what kind of food and armor you should have!

[img=http://i28.tinypic.com/2lxaywj.png]


When you get inside white wolf mountain, there should be many ice warriors. The Ice warriors are vicious. Try and get them into a line, so you can attack them one by one, and avoid using precious food. 


[img=http://i25.tinypic.com/2u4pxe9.png][/p]


[name=Wilderness][size=4][u][b]Wilderness[/b][/u][/size][/name]

[p]You can start by going to Bounty Hunter to re-stock food and get ready for battle. But watch out for revenants; they lurk outside of Bounty Hunter waiting for the right time to strike....

[img=http://i28.tinypic.com/dotjt5.png]


When you do get to the Ice Warriors and giants, it looks like winter. If you are a member it will look similar to the entrance of the God Wars Dungeon. 


[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/2u97kvl.png]


Your tactic should be the same you would use in the Ice Cavern, except it's a bit more dangerous around here, so make sure you watch out for passing revenants. It's recommended that you try and get in the middle of the area, and when you only have about 4 pieces of food left, go back for more; you might need them if a revenant attacks you. When escaping head directly south. Watch out for revenants though, although it is unlikely you will encounter any. Although, you will want to run to bounty hunter and teleport from there, it is not recommended because there are revenants along that route. 

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/zu1i1.png]


Red Escape Route: This is the recommended route because there aren't any revenants.
Blue Escape Route: This is also good because you can cut through the Bandit Camp, but there might be a few revenants.
Green Escape Route: This isn't recommended, there are many revanents and isn't really any faster than the red or blue route.


[img=http://i25.tinypic.com/244v0no.png]


You should end up near the mysterious ruins if you continued south, just above Goblin Village. Again, going to Bounty Hunter is not recommended, due to revenants. 

[img=http://i31.tinypic.com/2cp3let.png][/p]

Monsters:

Ice Warriors: Level 57

[img=http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm276/victory_guy8/Icewarrior.gif]

Ice Giants: Level 53

[img=http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm276/victory_guy8/IceGiant.gif]



[name=Fighting Tips][size=4][u][b]Fighting Tips[/b][/u][/size][/name]

[p]1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough. 
2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.
3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up! 
4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword. 
5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers![/p] 

Thanks for Reading!

 

 

 

 

Ice Giant Slaying

Written By: Veni Vidi Vici

EXTRA Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke, Sp0rtsrule, Victory Guy8 and Neo Avatars

 

 

 

 

 

Ice Cavern

 

Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes, gems, herbs and coins! They are also good charm droppers. Even if you aren't looking for a way to make money, these guys are excellent to train on! At level 88 I can get about 40k xp an hour! I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

 

routetoicecavesaz6.png

 

 

 

What to Wear

 

When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

 

 

 

Melee:

 

1z4g5k9.png

 

 

What to Wear:

At least full adamant armor. Rune/Adamant chainbodies, medium helmets and shields are also acceptable choices.

Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended, but regular gaunlets or gloves are okay.

 

 

 

Mage:

9leczm.png

 

 

What to wear:

Magic Robes

Amulet of Magic

Fire Staff

Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

 

Range:

i1hc9u.png

 

 

What to Wear:

Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it, green dragonhide is also suggested.)

Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster

About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

 

 

Inventory

 

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.

Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

 

118f287.gif

 

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50:

 

5aric3.gif

 

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

 

2heexar.gif

 

 

Your inventory should only consist of food. These guy's aren't too tough, so even if you a member, it isn't recommended you bring potions. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.

 

If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the Knight's Sword Quest.

 

15rcnki.png

 

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants.

 

Red Route: How to get to the Ice Warriors/Giants

Blue Route: How to get to safe spots (no monsters)

 

2lvifjd.png

 

 

There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants!

 

2uqey4l.png

 

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!

When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the Falador Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure.

 

 

 

White Wolf Mountain

 

Okay now although this guide isn't exactly meant for members; it might get their attention. First go to Ice Mountain. There are Ice Warriors up there, but I would recommend going into the mountain itself. WARNING! IF YOU ARE BELOW LEVEL 60 COMBAT THIS IS NOT RECOMMENDED! TRY THE WILDERNESS OR ICE CAVERN!

 

Blue Line - From White Wolf Mountain to Falador

Red Line - From White Wolf Mountain to Catherby Bank

Bank (Not recommended because it is farther away than Catherby)

 

 

 

k01rpg.png

 

 

IceWarrior2.png

 

 

2my2m8n.png

 

 

That is what it will look like; as you can see, Ice Warriors!

 

You need to mine to get to the ice warriors below. This is what the rocks will look like; look above to see what kind of food and armor you should have!

 

2lxaywj.png

 

 

When you get inside white wolf mountain, there should be many ice warriors. The Ice warriors are vicious. Try and get them into a line, so you can attack them one by one, and avoid using precious food.

 

 

2u4pxe9.png

 

 

Wilderness

 

You can start by going to Bounty Hunter to re-stock food and get ready for battle. But watch out for revenants; they lurk outside of Bounty Hunter waiting for the right time to strike....

 

dotjt5.png

 

 

When you do get to the Ice Warriors and giants, it looks like winter. If you are a member it will look similar to the entrance of the God Wars Dungeon.

 

 

2u97kvl.png

 

 

Your tactic should be the same you would use in the Ice Cavern, except it's a bit more dangerous around here, so make sure you watch out for passing revenants. It's recommended that you try and get in the middle of the area, and when you only have about 4 pieces of food left, go back for more; you might need them if a revenant attacks you. When escaping head directly south. Watch out for revenants though, although it is unlikely you will encounter any. Although, you will want to run to bounty hunter and teleport from there, it is not recommended because there are revenants along that route.

 

zu1i1.png

 

 

Red Escape Route: This is the recommended route because there aren't any revenants.

Blue Escape Route: This is also good because you can cut through the Bandit Camp, but there might be a few revenants.

Green Escape Route: This isn't recommended, there are many revanents and isn't really any faster than the red or blue route.

 

 

244v0no.png

 

 

You should end up near the mysterious ruins if you continued south, just above Goblin Village. Again, going to Bounty Hunter is not recommended, due to revenants.

 

2cp3let.png

 

Monsters:

 

Ice Warriors: Level 57

 

Icewarrior.gif

 

Ice Giants: Level 53

 

IceGiant.gif

 

 

 

Fighting Tips

 

1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough.

2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.

3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up!

4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword.

5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers!

 

Thanks for Reading!

Edited by Veni vidi vici

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We don't need this guide. Just like we don't need a guide for Men. Or guards. Or moss giants.

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We don't need this guide. Just like we don't need a guide for Men. Or guards. Or moss giants.

Well I guess we don't need a Lesser Demon Slaying guide, a Dragon Hunting guide, a Metal Dragon Hunting guide or a Giant Mole Hunting guide either? This guide is to help meidum-level players with a way to make money and increase their combat levels. I'm level 77 and I'm training on them right now!

EDIT: Please help this guide; Does anyone know how to get rid of the links in the images and make them bigger? Everytime I get rid of the links the image won't even show up :aware:!

Edited by yankeeboy254

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We don't need this guide. Just like we don't need a guide for Men. Or guards. Or moss giants.

Well I guess we don't need a Lesser Demon Slaying guide, a Dragon Hunting guide, a Metal Dragon Hunting guide or a Giant Mole Hunting guide either? This guide is to help meidum-level players with a way to make money and increase their combat levels. I'm level 77 and I'm training on them right now!

 

I agree, we don't need a lesser demon slaying guide.

 

But, the others. There are actually tactics to killing them.

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Its not needed, the most effective way isn't mellee, fire spells work extreemly well.

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Why don't we give this guide a chance? I've fixed, cropped and uploaded a few images for you.

 

20koqie.png

[IMG=http://i26.tinypic.com/20koqie.png]

1z4g5k9.png

[IMG=http://i25.tinypic.com/1z4g5k9.png]

118f287.gif

[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/118f287.gif]

15rcnki.png

[IMG=http://i26.tinypic.com/15rcnki.png]

2s84e93.png

[IMG=http://i29.tinypic.com/2s84e93.png]

 

 

 

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Why don't we give this guide a chance? I've fixed, cropped and uploaded a few images for you.

 

20koqie.png

[IMG=http://i26.tinypic.com/20koqie.png]

1z4g5k9.png

[IMG=http://i25.tinypic.com/1z4g5k9.png]

118f287.gif

[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/118f287.gif]

15rcnki.png

[IMG=http://i26.tinypic.com/15rcnki.png]

2s84e93.png

[IMG=http://i29.tinypic.com/2s84e93.png]

 

 

Boy do I owe you... 5! :wizard:

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Ice Warriors and Ice Giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I would strongly NOT recommended that you go to the Wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

Change the bolded words from what they normally are.

 

Your armor should be at least Addy because these guys are pretty tough; this is what I wear:

Please don't use any abbreviations. Replace 'Addy' with 'Adamant'. Also, we don't honestly care what you wear. We only care what we should be wearing.

Change it to this:

When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armour that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters are dangerous for the unprepared.

 

1z4g5k9.png

What to Wear:

At least full addy armor

Nothing else except combat bonus items like fighting boots or gaunlets.

Again, change 'Addy' to 'Adamant'. Also, you're being a bit strict on what you should be wearing with the 'Nothing else'. Just replace it with: 'Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.'

Now Your inventory should look something like this:

 

118f287.gif

 

Inventory:

Just Food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't reccomend bringing potions.

Now this was way to over-protective.

If you need a full inventory of Tuna to kill Ice Giants/Warriors then you shouldn't even be killing them.

Also, why Tuna? Bring about 20 Lobsters, or 17 Swordfish, and that's the maximum. Earlier you listed about them having great drops. What's the point of great drops when you can't even pick them up?

 

WARNING! DO NOT RANGE OR MAGE THEM! RANGE AND MAGE ARE EXTREMELY UN-EFFECTIVE AGAINST ICE WARRIORS AND GIANTS. THERE ARE JUST ABOUT NO PLACES TO HIDE BEHIND WHEN YOU MAGE OR RANGE THEM!!!!

Firstly, get your facts right. There are many safespots and places to hide. Maging them with Fire-based spells is one of the most effective ways of killing them. Get rid of this paragraph, you're basically telling everybody how to kill them with extreme difficulty.

 

Even if you are a member, you only need food. If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over 40 then tuna or Salmon should be okay.

This is under-protective. Ice Giants are level 53. Ice Warriors are level 57. If you're around level 40, you shouldn't even be killing them, as you won't hit them, and they'll repeatedly hit you for large amounts of damage. Get rid of everything in this paragraph about food and combat levels. It's not needed and isn't true anyway.

 

These are all the fixes I can manage in the time that I have.

Go through it yourself, check it. Correct any spelling/grammatical errors. Replace all the abbreviations with their correct forms, and check that you have evidence to back up your facts. If I was a lower Combat level, and read this, I would blunder in and die straight away.

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Now Your inventory should look something like this:

 

118f287.gif

 

Inventory:

Just Food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't reccomend bringing potions.

Now this was way to over-protective.

If you need a full inventory of Tuna to kill Ice Giants/Warriors then you shouldn't even be killing them.

Also, why Tuna? Bring about 20 Lobsters, or 17 Swordfish, and that's the maximum. Earlier you listed about them having great drops. What's the point of great drops when you can't even pick them up?

If you're going to put that in your guide here are the images of the inventory already:

 

5aric3.gif

[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/5aric3.gif]

2heexar.gif

[IMG=http://i29.tinypic.com/2heexar.gif]

 

 

 

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Do not wear FOG gaunts.

They degrade after about 20 hours of combat, therefore, you will find yourself running back.

Second, We do not need this guide, the lesser guide isn't exactly needed, however, boss monsters do need tactics.

 

Third, the best place to kill ice giants/warriors is in the wildy, do a piece on that.

I can get you pictures if you need them.

~Serendipity

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Do not wear FOG gaunts.

They degrade after about 20 hours of combat, therefore, you will find yourself running back.

Second, We do not need this guide, the lesser guide isn't exactly needed, however, boss monsters do need tactics.

 

Third, the best place to kill ice giants/warriors is in the wildy, do a piece on that.

I can get you pictures if you need them.

~Serendipity

1. Nobody is giong to kill them for 20 hours! And they don't even degrade after 20 hours! They only degrade if you die wearing them! Look it up - RuneScape Knowledge Base!

2. When I am a medium level (lvl 40-60) I was looking for a good way to raise my combat and make some good money. Well these guys are perfect for raising combat and have some pretty good drops.

3. If you go out to kill them in the wild, you have to run past revanents, ghosts etc. to get to them. Then when you run out of food you have to run all the way back to Edgville or Varrock to re-stock.

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Do not wear FOG gaunts.

They degrade after about 20 hours of combat, therefore, you will find yourself running back.

Second, We do not need this guide, the lesser guide isn't exactly needed, however, boss monsters do need tactics.

 

Third, the best place to kill ice giants/warriors is in the wildy, do a piece on that.

I can get you pictures if you need them.

~Serendipity

1. Nobody is giong to kill them for 20 hours! And they don't even degrade after 20 hours! They only degrade if you die wearing them! Look it up - RuneScape Knowledge Base!

2. When I am a medium level (lvl 40-60) I was looking for a good way to raise my combat and make some good money. Well these guys are perfect for raising combat and have some pretty good drops.

3. If you go out to kill them in the wild, you have to run past revanents, ghosts etc. to get to them. Then when you run out of food you have to run all the way back to Edgville or Varrock to re-stock.

 

Check the glvoes, you were right on that point, however, the wildy giants/warriors are very uncrowded, most higher level people go there to train. There are no revs, there is an ork that comes around once every 2 hours and 10 minutes however, it is the best place to train. If you think about it, running from the wildy giants to BH takes about the same amount of time that running from the ice cavern to fally/draynor/karajama fishing spot.

 

Ice giants aren't good experience at level 65-85, from 85 on, that's when you'll start to see 15-20k an hour experience, at lower levels, its jsut a good way to burn food.

~Serendipity

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Do not wear FOG gaunts.

They degrade after about 20 hours of combat, therefore, you will find yourself running back.

Second, We do not need this guide, the lesser guide isn't exactly needed, however, boss monsters do need tactics.

 

Third, the best place to kill ice giants/warriors is in the wildy, do a piece on that.

I can get you pictures if you need them.

~Serendipity

1. Nobody is giong to kill them for 20 hours! And they don't even degrade after 20 hours! They only degrade if you die wearing them! Look it up - RuneScape Knowledge Base!

2. When I am a medium level (lvl 40-60) I was looking for a good way to raise my combat and make some good money. Well these guys are perfect for raising combat and have some pretty good drops.

3. If you go out to kill them in the wild, you have to run past revanents, ghosts etc. to get to them. Then when you run out of food you have to run all the way back to Edgville or Varrock to re-stock.

 

Check the glvoes, you were right on that point, however, the wildy giants/warriors are very uncrowded, most higher level people go there to train. There are no revs, there is an ork that comes around once every 2 hours and 10 minutes however, it is the best place to train. If you think about it, running from the wildy giants to BH takes about the same amount of time that running from the ice cavern to fally/draynor/karajama fishing spot.

 

Ice giants aren't good experience at level 65-85, from 85 on, that's when you'll start to see 15-20k an hour experience, at lower levels, its jsut a good way to burn food.

~Serendipity

Yea, Well the only other people in the Cavern are the noobs doing the Knight's Sword Quest. The wildy is just overall more dangerous. Ice Cavern isn't as dangerous.

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Do not wear FOG gaunts.

They degrade after about 20 hours of combat, therefore, you will find yourself running back.

Second, We do not need this guide, the lesser guide isn't exactly needed, however, boss monsters do need tactics.

 

Third, the best place to kill ice giants/warriors is in the wildy, do a piece on that.

I can get you pictures if you need them.

~Serendipity

1. Nobody is giong to kill them for 20 hours! And they don't even degrade after 20 hours! They only degrade if you die wearing them! Look it up - RuneScape Knowledge Base!

2. When I am a medium level (lvl 40-60) I was looking for a good way to raise my combat and make some good money. Well these guys are perfect for raising combat and have some pretty good drops.

3. If you go out to kill them in the wild, you have to run past revanents, ghosts etc. to get to them. Then when you run out of food you have to run all the way back to Edgville or Varrock to re-stock.

 

Check the glvoes, you were right on that point, however, the wildy giants/warriors are very uncrowded, most higher level people go there to train. There are no revs, there is an ork that comes around once every 2 hours and 10 minutes however, it is the best place to train. If you think about it, running from the wildy giants to BH takes about the same amount of time that running from the ice cavern to fally/draynor/karajama fishing spot.

 

Ice giants aren't good experience at level 65-85, from 85 on, that's when you'll start to see 15-20k an hour experience, at lower levels, its jsut a good way to burn food.

~Serendipity

Yea, Well the only other people in the Cavern are the noobs doing the Knight's Sword Quest. The wildy is just overall more dangerous. Ice Cavern isn't as dangerous.

 

On most f2p worlds, there are 3-5 people at ice giants. Considering there are 3 giant respawns, you will be fighting for them.

However, at the wildy ice giants, there is at max, one person there. There are plenty of empty worlds, which means, more time killing, less time waiting for a respawn.

~Serendipity

 

I personally have never died from a rev. It hits at max, 30, however, if you put on prtect from mage and run. You will be fine.

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I'll try to fix the spelling/grammar mistakes, along with a few other things. I'll edit this post in just a few minutes with all of the things I fix :wizard:.

EDIT: I did it. Here ya go, check over the fixed guide inside the spoiler. If you like it, just copy everything in the codebox, and put it into your first post. :ph34r:

 

 

Ice Giant Slaying

Written By: Yankeeboy254

Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke

 

 

 

Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

 

20koqie.png

 

 

When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

 

Warrior:

1z4g5k9.png

 

What to Wear:

At least full adamant armor

Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.

 

Mage:

9leczm.png

 

What to wear:

Magic Robes

Amulet of Magic

Fire Staff

Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

 

Range:

i1hc9u.png

 

What to Wear:

Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it green dragonhide is also suggested.)

Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster

About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

 

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.

Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

 

118f287.gif

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50

 

5aric3.gif

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

 

2heexar.gif

 

 

Inventory:

Your inventory should only consist of food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't recommend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.

If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the Knight's Sword Quest..

 

15rcnki.png

 

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants!

 

2s84e93.png

 

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!

When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the Falador Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure.

 

Fighting Tips:

1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough.

2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.

3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up!

4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword.

5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers!

 

Thanks for Reading!

 

 

 

 

[size="4"][b][center]Ice Giant Slaying[/center][/b][/size]
[center]Written By: Yankeeboy254[/center]
[center]Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke[/center]



Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/20koqie.png]


When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

Warrior:
[img=http://i25.tinypic.com/1z4g5k9.png]

[b]What to Wear:[/b]
At least full adamant armor
Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.

[b]Mage:[/b]
[IMG=http://i28.tinypic.com/9leczm.png]

[b]What to wear:[/b]
Magic Robes
Amulet of Magic
Fire Staff
Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

[b]Range:[/b]
[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/i1hc9u.png]

[b]What to Wear:[/b]
Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it green dragonhide is also suggested.)
Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster
About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.
Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/118f287.gif]

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/5aric3.gif]

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2heexar.gif]


[b]Inventory:[/b]
Your inventory should only consist of food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't recommend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.
If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the [url="http://runescape.salmoneus.net/quests/KnightSword.html"]Knight's Sword Quest.[/url]. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/15rcnki.png]

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants! 

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2s84e93.png]

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!
When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the [url="http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/falador.html"]Falador[/url] Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure. 

[b]Fighting Tips:[/b] 
1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough. 
2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.
3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up! 
4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword. 
5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers! 

Thanks for Reading!

 

EDIT2: Put in the new Green D'hide and mage pictures Roy got.

EDIT3: Change "Greenhide" to "Green Dragonhide".

Edited by Sp0rtsrule

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Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I Wouldn't reccomend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

reccomend -> recommend

Range:

2uqktxx.png

What to Wear:

Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it greenhide is also suggested.)

Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster

About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

greenhide -> green dragonhide

Inventory:

Just Food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't reccomend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.

 

Even if you are a member, you only need food. If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would reccomend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the Knight's Sword Quest.

reccomend -> recommend

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defence level. I would reccomend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defence level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!

When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to theFalador Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure.

reccomend -> recommend

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1. Don't wear (T) or (G) armour in pictures, it throws the reader off and could cause him/she to think these are better.

2. Green d'hide vambraces are fine instead of FOG gauntlets.

3. Lobsters are a much better than tuna

4. Add the option of taking a Strength potion(4).

5. Get a picture of a ranger wearing green d'hide... there's no point in trying to range if you can't wear it yet. Also add pictures of possible safespots.

6. Like Serendipity said, add a piece about the wilderness.

7. Taking a fire staff and a couple of nature runes is useful to alch any high-valued possible drops (make a list of these).

 

-Insomnia

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Retook the ranger (with green d'hide) and mage picture, btw why were they stretched like that?

i1hc9u.png

[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/i1hc9u.png]

9leczm.png

[IMG=http://i28.tinypic.com/9leczm.png]

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Retook the ranger (with green d'hide) and mage picture, btw why were they stretched like that?

i1hc9u.png

[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/i1hc9u.png]

9leczm.png

[IMG=http://i28.tinypic.com/9leczm.png]

Honesty IDK why they were steched like that. They looked good on Paint :aware:. Yours are better thanks!

P.S. Want to proof-read the guide for misssssss-seplnigs and icnreoct dtaa?

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Honesty IDK why they were steched like that. They looked good on Paint . Yours are better thanks!

P.S. Want to proof-read the guide for misssssss-seplnigs and icnreoct dtaa?

I already did...Here, I'll post it again? :wizard:

 

 

Ice Giant Slaying

Written By: Yankeeboy254

Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke

 

 

 

Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

 

20koqie.png

 

 

When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

 

Warrior:

1z4g5k9.png

 

What to Wear:

At least full adamant armor

Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.

 

Mage:

9leczm.png

 

What to wear:

Magic Robes

Amulet of Magic

Fire Staff

Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

 

Range:

i1hc9u.png

 

What to Wear:

Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it green dragonhide is also suggested.)

Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster

About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

 

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.

Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

 

118f287.gif

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50

 

5aric3.gif

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

 

2heexar.gif

 

 

Inventory:

Your inventory should only consist of food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't recommend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.

If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the Knight's Sword Quest..

 

15rcnki.png

 

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants!

 

2s84e93.png

 

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!

When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the Falador Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure.

 

Fighting Tips:

1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough.

2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.

3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up!

4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword.

5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers!

 

Thanks for Reading!

 

 

 

 

[size="4"][b][center]Ice Giant Slaying[/center][/b][/size]
[center]Written By: Yankeeboy254[/center]
[center]Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke[/center]



Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/20koqie.png]


When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

Warrior:
[img=http://i25.tinypic.com/1z4g5k9.png]

[b]What to Wear:[/b]
At least full adamant armor
Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.

[b]Mage:[/b]
[IMG=http://i28.tinypic.com/9leczm.png]

[b]What to wear:[/b]
Magic Robes
Amulet of Magic
Fire Staff
Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

[b]Range:[/b]
[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/i1hc9u.png]

[b]What to Wear:[/b]
Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it green dragonhide is also suggested.)
Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster
About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.
Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/118f287.gif]

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/5aric3.gif]

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2heexar.gif]


[b]Inventory:[/b]
Your inventory should only consist of food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't recommend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.
If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the [url="http://runescape.salmoneus.net/quests/KnightSword.html"]Knight's Sword Quest.[/url]. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/15rcnki.png]

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants! 

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2s84e93.png]

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!
When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the [url="http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/falador.html"]Falador[/url] Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure. 

[b]Fighting Tips:[/b] 
1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough. 
2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.
3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up! 
4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword. 
5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers! 

Thanks for Reading!

 

EDIT2: Put in the new Green D'hide and mage pictures Roy got.

EDIT3: Change "Greenhide" to "Green Dragonhide".

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Honesty IDK why they were steched like that. They looked good on Paint . Yours are better thanks!

P.S. Want to proof-read the guide for misssssss-seplnigs and icnreoct dtaa?

I already did...Here, I'll post it again? :wizard:

 

 

Ice Giant Slaying

Written By: Yankeeboy254

Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke

 

 

 

Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house.

 

20koqie.png

 

 

When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

 

Warrior:

1z4g5k9.png

 

What to Wear:

At least full adamant armor

Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.

 

Mage:

9leczm.png

 

What to wear:

Magic Robes

Amulet of Magic

Fire Staff

Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

 

Range:

i1hc9u.png

 

What to Wear:

Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it green dragonhide is also suggested.)

Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster

About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

 

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.

Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

 

118f287.gif

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50

 

5aric3.gif

 

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

 

2heexar.gif

 

 

Inventory:

Your inventory should only consist of food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't recommend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.

If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the Knight's Sword Quest..

 

15rcnki.png

 

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants!

 

2s84e93.png

 

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!

When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the Falador Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure.

 

Fighting Tips:

1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough.

2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.

3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up!

4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword.

5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers!

 

Thanks for Reading!

 

 

 

 

[size="4"][b][center]Ice Giant Slaying[/center][/b][/size]
[center]Written By: Yankeeboy254[/center]
[center]Special Thanks To: Roy, Poke[/center]



Ice warriors and giants are great NPC's to train on, especially if you are limited on cash. They can drop items such as armor (Up to Mithril!), law and other runes and gems. I wouldn't recommend going to the wilderness because it is a multi-combat zone. You can begin slaying ice monsters near Thurgo's house. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/20koqie.png]


When slaying Ice Giants and Warriors, make sure that you wear any armor that's Adamant or better. Ice monsters can be dangerous if you are unprepared.

Warrior:
[img=http://i25.tinypic.com/1z4g5k9.png]

[b]What to Wear:[/b]
At least full adamant armor
Wear anything else you want that doesn't give a negative stat bonus. Fist of Guthix Gauntlets are recommended.

[b]Mage:[/b]
[IMG=http://i28.tinypic.com/9leczm.png]

[b]What to wear:[/b]
Magic Robes
Amulet of Magic
Fire Staff
Have about 1-2k air runes and half that body runes.

[b]Range:[/b]
[IMG=http://i27.tinypic.com/i1hc9u.png]

[b]What to Wear:[/b]
Studded Leather Armor (If you can wear it green dragonhide is also suggested.)
Any bow will do. Shortbow is recommended because it is faster
About 1.5-2k arrows; Iron is the recommended arrow.

These pictures are just for visual aid. You don't need to have the exact amounts; it's just to give you an idea.
Now your inventory should look something like this if your combat is about 60:

[img=http://i27.tinypic.com/118f287.gif]

This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is about 50

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This is what your inventory should look like if your combat is below 50:

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2heexar.gif]


[b]Inventory:[/b]
Your inventory should only consist of food. These guys aren't too tough, so even if you are a member I wouldn't recommend bringing potions. This is just what I bring. You shouldn't even bring that much unless you are lower than their combat level.
If you have a lower combat level then you should have better food like lobsters. If your combat is over the ice warriors then tuna or Salmon should be okay. If you are lower than their combat level then you should bring lobsters or even swordfish. You don't even need to bring that much food, unless you are a lower level (Below their combat level). When doing this, your combat should be 40 at the bare minimum, but I would recommend at least 50 combat before trying this. The entrance to the cave should look like this. You may remember it from the [url="http://runescape.salmoneus.net/quests/KnightSword.html"]Knight's Sword Quest.[/url]. 

[img=http://i26.tinypic.com/15rcnki.png]

Run past the muggers and pirates and take the east route to the Ice Giants. There is a safe zone just past the hob-goblins and right before you see the Ice Warriors and Ice Giants! 

[img=http://i29.tinypic.com/2s84e93.png]

Make sure you are at full health and go teach those Ice Warriors and Ice Giants a lesson! If you are a lower level you would probably want to use 'Block' instead of training attack because they can hit pretty high! Ice Giants are actually a lower level than the Ice Warriors but they have a higher defense level. I would recommend starting with the Ice Warriors first, then trying the Ice Giants. The ice warriors may be easier because they have a lower defense level but they do have a higher attack level. If you are above 60 combat, you can go right to killing Ice Giants. If you are low on food just re-stock. It is okay if you have some food left over; you might die on the way back!
When you run out of food, go back the way you came and go to the [url="http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/falador.html"]Falador[/url] Bank to re-stock on food and store your treasure. 

[b]Fighting Tips:[/b] 
1. When you are fighting them, don't run away if they hit high on you. Just have some of your food and continue fighting. If they continually hit high on you, get better food, or your defense level/armor is not good enough. 
2. If you are on a member’s server, you don't need to pray. If you are a member your combat should be pretty high and you probably won't even need member armor. Remember, this guide is meant for medium-level non-members.
3. If you die, don't get your head down. Train on other monsters for now and get those levels up! 
4. They look pretty scary! But don't be intimidated - You have food and armor; they got a sword. 
5. Most importantly, don't give up. If you give up as soon as you kill one and are almost out of food, bring better food, get your levels up and eventually you will be training on lessers! 

Thanks for Reading!

 

EDIT2: Put in the new Green D'hide and mage pictures Roy got.

EDIT3: Change "Greenhide" to "Green Dragonhide".

I post the coded version right?

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Yes you do. :aware:

Edited by Sp0rtsrule

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I'm not 100% positive, but put "100% Complete, Sal Please Read" as the Subtitle to the topic. He should check it over without you needing to PM him.

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