If you're just starting out, I'd recommend at minimum at least 10m, or even more. The general rule is to not be afraid of RS gold being unable to make money at first. It happens to all of us. When I first startedout, I lost around 6m my first attempt. It's not difficult to keep it up and you'll be able to appreciate the economics and market dynamics of runescape more. I've opted out of merching in favour of skilling. It's an effective, efficient method to earn a decent amount of money.
Well, at Level 74 I'm at 200 quest points, and I've been playing since the age of 15. I'd like to know a recommendation regarding equipment and inventory (food and potions, etc.) for questing in general. Things to keep close.
Anybody who comes forward. It is always beneficial to keep a stock of different potions as well as other materials like ropes. It is essential to have a complete set of combat gear of every kind is beneficial as well. It is good to have dragon hides for bosses that come with powerful mage abilities in addition to mage gear, and runes when you require it for certain quests.
It's really all about individual preference. I personally used to (around your statistics) simply carry my rune set, a berzerker helm, and my whip. I'd use them to complete almost any quest. I would keeping the necessary items as well as some food in case it comes into need. Being a quest cape owner at present I can say that you have chosen nicely in undertaking quests. The rewards are quite generous, but it's a good motivation for leveling your stats in all aspects.
I've recently started playing Runescape again after about 2 years or so of inactivity. I'm back on my old level 3 account and think I'm going to continue with this account for a while at least. My question is the following skills. I'm aware that there are new methods of training as well as ways I could probably do but I don't know what they are or how to do them lol.
I'm also really into DUI methods and I'll take the slow route which makes more money over a quicker one that is less profitable every day. The current time I'm mining $9K Coal as part of the guild for 70 Mining. So... How can a skiller efficiently train Farming? The only thing I can think of is to catch fish at Catherby and then farm as I go about it but I'm not sure I'd be able to earn much xp off this.
What's the best way for the skilled person to get trained in on thieving? It's normal to practice stalls but the guards can be pretty brutal to me. What's the fastest method to learn Runecrafting? I'm really not sure what else to do besides Air Runes and that will take all day. What's the best way to increase agility? Again, I can't take any damage as my health is only level 10. Do I have the ability to do Dungeoneering? Any help or buy OSRS gold an informational link to help me out would be appreciated.