Thank you for purchasing this guide. In the guide I will show you many ways to make money. Some of which have been carefully guarded by many players, but I will reveal my best secrets in this guide. Enjoy! Table Of Contents 1.Guide To Making 70-120k per hour requirements: none Page 1 Page2- 2.Guide to making 100-400k per hour 4 3. Runescape (free 2 play) Money Making Page 4- Guide. 8 4. The best skills to make money and how to use them. Page 8-16 Page 5.Combat training guide 16-19 Section 1. Secrets To Making 70-120k per hour with combat level 40 There are many ways in Runescape to make money and do so fairly quickly. I will explain to you several of the best ways. The first method is a very easy but requires a combat level of at least 40. This method is simple once you are familiar with the game. -The first Secret is to kill all flesh crawlers that are at level 30. -Secondly, the flesh crawlers only hit one (hit point) if your combat level is 40 or greater. -Third, the location has been kept secret by many guides but I will reveal it to you. The crawlers are on the third second level in the stronghold of security and are located near the prize room on the level. In the prize room go south and then go east. The crawlers are in the corner. You can easily make 50k if you pick up only the herbs on the following chart and with a full inventory of rannar’s it equals around 120k. Name/ | rarity |price| how quick they are sold Grimy Rannar| rare | 6k | they sell immediately Grimy Cadentine| uncommon|1k|sell immediately Grimy Irit|uncommon|1k|quickly sold Grimy Dwarf weed| uncommon|2-3k|sold quickly Flax Another method of moneymaking is by picking flax near seer’s village then putting it in the bank. Do this until you have 5k of flax. This may take a while but it is well worth it. Teleport to lumbridge then in lumby at the top of the castle there is a bank. Fill your inventory with flax then spin it on the spinning wheel located in the second floor of the lumbridge castle. Do this until you have 5k bow strings. Each bow string sell for about 120 gp so 5000 would equal 700k. Guide to making 100-400k per hour Requirements 70 strength or 70 agility 70+ range High Defense Some Money to buy Equipment , food , and other items Avas Accumulator (animal Magnatism) Lets Get Started (bring a rope if its your first time) And your Equipment Like this Now Use a Burthorpe games necklace and go a little north west and follow this path Use your rope on the hole if its your first time then go down and go a little south and you will see creatures called Avansies Kill these and pickup the Adamant bars they pick up they are noted so you can bank when you want and alch the rune items like dagger (p) and rune limbs. You can make up to 2.5m a day. Runescape (free 2 play) Money Making Guide. In this guide I will give you hints and tips on money making and becoming a millionaire! I’ve personally tried all of these and know how they all work! In this guide I’ll explain how to make over 900k at level 3! Follow the instructions in my guide and you’ll be a millionaire in no time. Air Running: 0-100k Difficulty: Low World(s): 16 Requirements: Rune mysteries Quest, Air talisman/tiara On world 16 near Falador, you’ll see a bunch of people running around together. Why? Because they’re running to the air temple and back. Air running is a pretty popular thing, because it’s a way to get 2k for free. All you need is an Air talisman (or tiara), 25 UNNOTED essences, and a lot of patience. What you do is you get 25 unnoted essences, and rune to the mysterious ruins (follow someone to get there if you don’t know how) and use your talisman with it. it’ll teleport you. After you get teleported, look around for someone that is saying “Open” or “Open 2k” and trade them. Put up your 25 unnoted essences and he’ll put up 2k cash and 25 noted essences. Accept and you’ll have 2k and 25 unnoted essences. Run back to the bank and deposit your 25 essences, and withdraw them back out unnoted and run back to the mysterious ruins. Find someone else (or the same person) saying open, trade them your unnoted essences and you’ll get 2k and 25 noted essences. Run back, unnote them and repeat until you have 100k. Air running takes a long time but is a foolproof method of getting money. Feathers: • 0-100k • Difficulty: Low • Time: Medium • World(s): Any • Rating: 6/10 • Requirements: None What you do is you go to the chicken coop near lumbridge, or in the champions guild (32 Quest Points required) and start killing chickens, they probably won’t even cause any damage on you, regardless of your level, and pick up all the feathers they drop. They drop 5-15 feathers almost every time, but occasionally they won’t drop any. After you get about 5k feathers (should take about 30 minutes to an hour) go to the Runescape forums, and look around for a thread saying “buying feathers 7-10. ea”. Since you’re f2p you won’t be able to post, but you can still read the threads and sell to the people buying feathers, add them to your friends list and tell them you’re selling your feathers. If you got 5k feathers like I said, the very least you should sell them for is 35k, or you could go to Varrock world 1 and say you’re selling feathers 7-10 ea, that works too. After you’ve sold your feathers you will hire other people to get the feathers for you. Just go to the lumbridge Chicken Coop and tell the people there you’ll pay 3 gp per feather, hire about 5-10 people there and tell them to sell you the feathers every 1k. So 5 people selling you 1k feathers for 4 ea is 20k. Now you sell those 5k feathers for another 35k, bringing your total to 45k. Repeat until 100k. Eyes of Newt: • 6k-400k • Difficulty: Easy • World(s):Any • Requirements: Some money to buy eye of newts Eye of newts can be a huge money maker but it takes a lot of time. First go to the Draynor bank. Have some money and go to the Port Sarim magic shop. Buy 27 eye of newts for 3 gp each then store them in the bank. Once you have 2k eye of newts or more try to sell them in the Runescape forums. This will take some time but you can sell them for gp each, thus making a 197 gp profit on each eye of newt! While the eyes of newt might seem like it could make you rich, it is one the most incredibly long and boring ways to merchant. Rune Merchanting • 100k-200k • Difficulty: Low • Time: Medium • World(s): 1-5 • Rating: 8/10 • Requirements: None Congratulations you made your first 100k! Now with that 100k you can go to Varrock and start merchanting rune items, like scimitars, 2h’s, Full helms and plate bodies. Personally I like 2h’s and full helms, you can buy a rune scimitar for 20k and sell it for 25k. Rune 2h for 45k and sell for 50-55k. Rune plate bodies for 50k and sell for 55-60k, and full helms for 18-20k and sell for 25-36k. I’ve tried all these, and in my experience, it’s easiest to buy rune full helms for 20k and selling for 25k. With your first 100k, I recommend buying 5 rune full helms for 20k ea and selling for 25k ea. After you’ve sold all your full helms you should have 125k, and with that you can buy 6 rune full helms for 20k ea. Do so, and resell for 25k ea. That’ll bring you to 150k. Buy 7 rune full helms 20k ea and sell for 25k ea. That’ll bring you to 175k. You know what you can buy with that much? That’s right! FULL RUNE! With your 175k buying full rune for 165-175k. and sell for 180-200k. It’ll be hard to sell for 200k, or 190k for that matter. so try to sell for 180k. Do that until you have 200k, and then you can choose to do one of two things: Rune merchanting (as in air runes, waters, fires, etc..) or my favorite f2p money maker of all time: Lobster merchanting. Lobster Merchanting: • 200k-1000k+ • Difficulty: Low • Time: Short • World(s): 1-5 • Rating: 10/10 • Requirements: None This is by far my favorite method in Runescape, Lobster merchanting! With your 200k (from Rune item merchanting) go to world 1 Varrock in front of the bank (past where you buy runes, in the big field) type “Buying 1k Lobs, 200k!” and you should get them relatively quick. After you buy the lobs, walk to Edgeville bank, and switch to worlds either 3 or 5, and say “Selling lobs 220 ea!!!===your game name” and you’ll get a lot of trades pretty fast, as soon as the trade screen comes up put up all your lobsters. Normally, the person will put up 22k (enough for 100 lobsters) but sometimes they’ll buy up 44k (200 lobs) 66k (300 lobs) or sometimes even 88k (400 lobs). Sometimes, if you’re lucky the person will put up 25k for 100 lobsters, because that’s there normal price for buying 100 lobsters, and they don’t want to mess up their amount of money. So if someone puts up 25k, they’ll want 100 lobsters. You’ll sell the lobsters pretty quickly, and after you sell them all you should have 220k. Not that big of a profit NOW. But keep doing that (or any of the other methods listed in this guide) until you have 400k. At 400k you can buy 2k lobsters, and sell for 440k. 40k profit? Nice! Keep merchanting lobsters until 780k, or you can keep going forever to get as much money as you want. Rune T/G Merchanting: • 780k-1400k+ • World(s): 1-5 • Rating: 7/10 • Requirements: None Congratulations, you now have enough money to buy full rune t!! You can either quit here, or you can continue on and make even more money! Ok now. With your 780k, go to the left of Varrock West bank, and at the top left corner, you’ll see people buying and selling full rune t/g. With your 780k (you can with 750k, but it’s MUCH harder) say “Buying full rune t”. After you’ve bought your full rune t, say “Selling full rune T” and you’ll get a lot of trades. Only accept if they offer 840k or more. After you’ve sold it, re-buy for 780k, and sell for 840k (or more). From here and you could start merchanting party hats and other rare stuff like or just continue merchanting using my ideas. (Note all the prices may and could suddenly change, be aware of that.) The best skills to make money and how to use them. Wood Cutting Tree Guide XP Wc Lvl Market Tree Per Locations/Notes Needed Price/Log Log Regular/Evergreen Good place to chop regular trees Trivial- is the Draynor forest. However, 1 25 don't sell, they are almost everywhere. burn. Do not try to sell these logs, burn them. Oaks are usually located Oak anywhere regular trees are. Try Trivial- Draynor forest, as usual. I 15 37.5 don’t sell, personally chop Oaks at the burn. Southern entrance of Varrock. It is also recommended to burn these. Near Draynor Bank, and in Draynor Forest (they are in a Willow 30 62.5 50 gp circle around a swamp) Try to sell these in large amounts. Hollow (Members) Hollow Trees are found just west of Canifis, in Mauritania. 45 82.5 Unknown The Hollow logs are used to make Spitbark armor. Maple (Members) Located in the Seers Bank area. This tree is only found in 100-200 45 100 members areas, but can be gp each traded, burned etc in non members areas. Members- Directly under flax/beehive fields (best place), Yew various other spots Non-Members- Draynor Forest 250-350 60 175 (highly recommended) , Castle in gp Varrock, deserted crumbling house near Edgeville (crowded on Nonmembers servers, though) Magic (Members) Near the Ranging Gulid (best location). One is in Tree Gnome 75 250 1000+ gp Stronghold, near a bank. Few other areas (isolated trees) Axe Guide An axe's quality and speed of chopping increases as the material quality increases. The better the material, the faster you will get logs, etc. Type of Axe Tree to Cut Attack Lvl Cost Bronze Regular/Oak 1 20gp Iron Oak 1 50gp Steel Oak/Willow 5 225gp Black Oak/Willow 10 750gp Mithril Willow 20 500gp Adamantine Yew 30 3000gp Rune Yew/Magic 40 Note: you can use any axe at any attack level, but you can't weild an axe unless you have the right attack level. It is recommended you get a Rune axe for around 20k. It will pay for itself in no time. • Profitable- 300k to 400k in a week if you work hard chopping yews, and profits over 1 million if you work hard chopping magics. • Simple- Just click on a tree a bunch times, instead of running around smithing, mining, fishing etc. • Easier Selling- Most people will have armor, but there is a constant need for yews in the game (for fletching). The demand will never be quenched. No matter what anyone says, woodcutting is an awesome skill to have in Runescape. I thought very little of it until I realized I could get almost anything I wanted in the game with a high woodcut. Much money can be derived from the selling of yews, and magic logs. Therefore, I followed this regimen. Below I describe the basic Woodcutting regimen I followed. Overview Level 1-14 • Cut down regular tree after regular tree in various spots of the game. I recommended starting serious woodcut skill training at 15 WC. Basically, cut down tree after tree in Draynor forest and burn them for fire making XP. Level 15-29 • I was already in this range when I started. So, I did the Draynor forest deal again, because many Oak trees are in the area. Just get a load of oaks, run to the bank, and keep on doing this until you have a large quantity of logs. Do not sell these logs unless you are desperately poor. They give fairly decent fire making XP. Level 30-44 • This level is where the woodcut process really began. I got to such a high woodcut level primarily from chopping willow trees. There are about three willow trees behind a little shed in Lumbridge. (The shed is near the bridge crossing the river, right across from the general store). Almost directly across from the shed/willow combo, was a general store, which I ran to after I had got a load. I made, surprisingly, quite a bit of spare change from this. Although, if you prefer slower, but much more, cash for your logs, then stockpile them (run painstakingly over to the Draynor bank), although that will impede your woodcut progress a lot. If you don’t want the profits at all, then go to the Draynor bank, and right next to it, by the seashore, is a patch of usually crowded willow trees. This gives you the XP, not the cash. Highly recommended to do the first option I presented. Chop willows until lvl 60 woodcut if you are a non member. It will take forever, but it’s HIGHLY worth it. Mithral or Adamant axe needed. Lvl 45-59 • If you are a member, simply cut the maples surrounding the Seers bank. Otherwise, cut willows until 60 woodcut selling them to a general store while you are at it. Lvl 60-74 • Time to cut yews! For the yew Business, you will make huge profits if you are willing to spend a little extra time. First off, you definitely need a Rune axe for this tree. It will be incredibly slow without one. They are only 30k. After purchase, head to your roots, Draynor forest. Start to chop the heck out of the few Yew trees there. When your inventory gets full, run to Draynor bank to empty you load. Yew trees die (duh), so run from tree to tree as they die out. You also will need a dealer. Dealers usually buy 500 to 1k batches of yew logs. When you actually have all 1k (recommended amount) of logs, post on Tip. It Forums, in the Marketplace. Don’t go to World 1, Varrock to do it. It just doesn’t work. Arrange a longtime dealership with someone who you find needs the logs. Just let the profits roll in. Lvl 75-99 • By this time, I'm sure you are a Woodcutting expert. Some things to remember though. Magic’s are incredibly slow to chop (you need a lot of patience to get a great quantity), and Yews are definitely faster to chop. However if you or a friend has high enough magic to High Alchemy magic short/long bows you fletched from your logs. This can give you gargantuan profits. Definitely high alchemy some magic bows, if you possibly can. Here’s a mini guide to High Alchemy of bows. Magic Longbow: High Alchemy: 1,536 gp Magic Short bow: High Alchemy: 960 gp • Of course, you will get more money per bow for selling them on the street, but no one will buy them in very big quantities. HIGH ALCH them! I can't stress that enough. You will be insanely rich in no time. If you don't have a way to High Alch bows, then just chop yews some more. Concerning axes While I was getting my woodcut up, I used a Mithril axe up until I could chop yews. Don't do what I did, though. Follow the axe guide above for what to cut at what level. Woodcutting Random Events While chopping at a tree, a nest might randomly tumble out of the branches. They are not bad; in fact, they may contain useful items (including farming seeds) and seeds which vary from 22gp to 120k. Ents While you are chopping, sometimes, your tree will turn into a monster with a face and moustache. Stop chopping the tree immediately and pick another tree. If you continue chopping at it, it will damage your axe and you will need to get it repaired in Lumbridge (Bob's Axe Shop). Tree Spirit After chopping for a while, sometimes, a ghostly tree Spirit will appear. It is rather easy to defeat, and its combat is always higher than yours. You should kill it, although I can tell you that it doesn’t drop many valuable things (a mith axe here and there, perhaps) and it gives you very little XP. Flying Axe Heads Sometimes, but rarely, your axe head will randomly fly off your axe (any type of axe), and will land a few squares away from you in various directions. Look on your mini-map for a red dot near your tree to find it, or just look around on the ground. After you have it in your inventory, right click on it and "Use" it with the Axe Handle you now have. It should reattach. Other Important Info If your axe breaks... Go to Bob's axe shop located In Lumbridge. You will need to talk to him and then hand him the axe head or handle depending on what is damaged or lost. Do this by clicking on the chipped axe head and them him. It is much cheaper than buying a whole new axe, especially when you start needing to fix Rune axes. Mining Guide Beginning-So Easy... It is not recommended that you immediately start mining after you arrive at Lumbridge. You should level up your combat first as there is many monsters that guard the mine that will attack you if your combat level is below a certain point. Once you have gotten to around a recommended level 10 you can start mining. My favorite mine for in the beginning is the one in south-east Varrock. There are a handful of Tin and Copper rocks, the rocks that you start mining at such a level. Keep mining Copper and Tin; note that you should mine 14 of each every time as one of each is required to make a bronze bar. After mining a full inventory head north to the Varrock bank then head back. Keep repeating this process until level 20. There should have quite a lot of tin and copper n your bank now. You can now either go to Fallador or Al Kharid to smelt the ores into bars. If you followed my instructions you should have half of the number of Copper/ Tin in your bank. After smelting all of your ores into Bronze Bars head to west Varrock where there is an anvil right next to the bank. At first you can only make bronze axes but as you keep making them you will get more and more varieties of items. Do not sell the items just yet. After you are done with all of the bronze balls withdraw everything you made as a note and head over to the Grand Exchange and sell everything you don't need. It is a lot easier if you are a member as you have 6 slots instead of just 2. By now you should be able to make iron objects! Intermediacy-The Long Road of boringness Head back to th same Varrock mine and prepare for a insane amount of iron mining as you will be mining iron from now until level 60!!! You have probably noticed that you could mine iron at level 15 but yet I told you to raise your mining level to 20 until you start mining iron. The reason is that there’s a lot of competition out there for iron and level 15 miners won't beat the level 40's and beyond mining for iron. Even at this level you will probably have a lot of hardship and competitions for iron. Do the same mining-banking until you reach level 30. You can now mine Coal but trust me; you'll have a lot of hard time getting even 1 coal ore. You may think that it's a real bargain only needing one ore to smelt but there’s another factor. Every time smelt iron ore into a bar there’s a 50% chance of it being impure and failing. This way, you'd probably lose more than a half of your iron. Go back to the Varrock anvil and do the same Anvil-G.E process until everything is gone. Now go back to the Varrock mine and continue mining iron. Your probably wondering why we're still mining iron when i can mine coal now. The reason is, all of the ores above iron (excluding Gold and Silver) require Coal as a secondary or primary ore and in increasing amounts too. Because of this all miners, including ones that are level 99 will be mining for coal. Now, do you think a level 30 mining has a match for say, level 60 one? Nope! So let's keeping mining iron! Once you have reached level 60 you will be able to enter the Mining Guild, where there is 37 coal rocks. It is a lot easier to mine coal here but there’s still quite a competition. Remember all that iron that's still in your bank? Now we're going to have to mine 2x the amount of iron you have. This will take at least 2 weeks to do so try doing something in between so you don't burn out. When you finish this, prepare for a lot of smithing. A steel bar equals to 2 coal ores and 1 iron ores. The there isn't any chance of the ore being impure so you will have the same amount of steel bars as the iron ores. After a whole lot of smithing your smithing level should be level around level 60. You can now smith mithril! The remaining ores that we haven't unlocked yet is getting rarer and rarer so the competition will get even bigger. I recommend you to continue mining coal at the guild as higher leveled miners will steal most of the mithril ores. You should start mining mithril at around level 70 as the mining time becomes less and less. Also make sure to have a 4:1 ratio mining mithril and coal respectively. Now that you have reached level 70, you can mine adamantine ores. But like I have said many times before, the competition is even bigger. You may be tempted as coal ores itself can self for 0.3k but if you do this your Smithing well get off track. Once you have reached level 85, you should start addy mining. Adamantine ores require 6 coal ores to smelt into an adamantine bar. Do you see now why there’s such a big competition for coal? Keep mining adamant ores until you have 1/6 of your coal. Now smelt it into bars and make them into items. It's basically the same for runite ores so I won't go into detail. Rune ores can only be found in level 45 wilderness if you’re on F2P so you should have a high combat level if you’re planning on mining runite. Mining and Smithing can be a pain but you can make lots of money doing it. It is the source of many players's economy on Runescape and it can make you rich as well. Combat training Guide Looking for places to train? Training in combat, range, and mage is easy at first, but it gets harder and harder the more you level up. Lvl 3-10 This place is for beginners. I mean real beginners, people with a level from 3-10. The place is the cow farm near the toll gate of Al Kharid. This is a really good place to train for beginners. Keep on killing the cows until your level is 14 or 15. I recommend bringing an axe and tinderbox as well. You will need food because your health will go down rapidly at your level. Get the raw beef of cows you kill and cook them on the fire you make with logs you get from cutting trees and the tinderbox. This will also help to get your cooking level up. Lv 14- 15 This is the second place to train. Train here when your level is 14 to 15. This place is near the cow farm just go a little up until you see the farmers. Keep on killing the farmers until you get your combat level up to 20. The farmers also drop coins so you can save those coins to buy whatever. I would suggest kebabs from Al kharid kebab shop. The kebabs are only one coin. Don't keep the kebabs for more than a day cause they will get stale and if you eat some of them your stats will go down. Lv 20+ This is the third place to train. I suggest going here when your level 20 or up because they will be easier to kill. Go to barbarian village with food and train combat level up to 25.Barbarians lose hit points easy cause their defense is low and you probably will be at level 20 or higher. When your combat level is up to 25 we go to what I think is the best training place in the free world. Be sure to bring food there. Lv 25+ Go down the stronghold at barbarian village. It’s that hole in the middle of barbarian village by the place where there is a little mining spot. I suggest you go here if your level 25 or higher. Go down and go straight through the doors. You might have to answer the question they ask. Once you get through the two doors go left and through the other two doors. There are wolves and Minotaur here. I suggest you only attack the Minotaur unless you want to lose a lot of health. I guarantee you will get more exp here than any of the other training places I mentioned. Train with the Minotaur until your combat level is 30 or higher. After you reached level 30 or higher than you can start attacking the wolves too. Continue attacking wolves and Minotaur until you are level 40. After that explore the first and second level of the stronghold until you find a monster that you think will help you get into a higher combat level of 70+ Here is a new place to train that I thought should be put on this article. It’s the place with ice warriors and ice giants. Be sure to bring food if you’re low leveled. Go to Port Sarim and keep on going forward on the right side. If you have done the quest knights sword then I say it’s near the place with the dwarf Thurgo. Keep on going until you see a dungeon sign (it’s the red exclamation point). Go down the hole and you see pirates and other monsters and they will attack you for no reason. Ignore them and keep on going to the end of the dungeon until you start seeing ice giants and ice warriors. Train with them until your level 100 or up. Use this guide and you can have an inventory like mine!