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  • Old School RuneScape: The 10 Most Profitable Bosses - Part II

    May 15, 2021

    Old School Runescape features a variety of formidable monsters hiding within the vast lands of Gielinor, from great dragons to an arena led by tyrannical vampyres. These bosses are one of Runescape's biggest draws, with only the best of the best able to take on these fearsome beasts and claim their great rewards.

    With such a large variety of bosses, it can be hard to decide which to spend your time and effort on, but if money's the object of your desire, many drop unique and sought-after items (including some rare pets) that are sure to have you raking in a healthy profit. These bosses all vary in technique, with some needing to be tackled solo, with a couple of friends, or in large groups for Raids. It can sometimes be hard for players to find the balance between a boss that's easy to fight and drops items that are worth your efforts doing so, but these are ten that achieve that happy medium.


    5. Chambers of Xeric

    The Chambers of Xeric is Runescape's first Raid, located at Mount Quidamortem in the Kebos Lowlands. It's a high-level group activity that requires you to successfully make it through a set number of combat encounters before finally facing the Great Olm in order to loot from the rewards chest. For many, Raids are the highest level and most enjoyable content within Runescape and continue to be the reason it remains one of the best cooperative games to play with friends. Due to its nature, you will probably only find yourself achieving two Raids an hour, but the rewards here are some of the best in the game.

    Depending on the number of points obtained in the raid, the player has a chance to roll the unique drop table. This features some of the most profitable items in the game, such as the Twisted bow at a staggering 1 billion gp. Other items include the Kodai insignia (82.3 million), Dragon hunter crossbow (79 million), Ancestral robe pieces (53-60 million), Dragon claws (53.3 million), and Dexterous prayer Scroll (16.2 million).


    4. Cerberus

    Cerberus is the hellhound Slayer boss living below Taverley Dungeon, requiring a Slayer level of 91 to face. As Guardian of the River of Souls, Cerberus protects the souls of the departed but also longs to escape her post, apparently having escaped on multiple occasions.

    Cerberus is one of Runescape's easier bosses and by far one of its quickest to kill, with a good set-up seeing you achieve upwards of 45 kills an hour. Players mostly come to Cerberus for her 1/512 drops of the Primordial crystal (24 million), Smouldering stone (5.7 million), Eternal crystal (1.3 million), and Pegasian crystal (92,000).


    3. Alchemical Hydra

    The Alchemical Hydra is the Hydra Slayer Boss located on the lowest level on the Mount Karuulm Slayer Dungeon, experimented on and abandoned there by Dragonkin Karuulm.

    The Alchemical Hydra can be killed as many as 25 times an hour with a decent set-up and practice. It has a list of unique drops, including the Hydra claw (50.4 million), Hydra leather (4 million), and Hydra tail (100,000gp). It also has a 1/181 chance of dropping one of three pieces needed to construct the Brimstone Ring (2.4 million).


    2. Theatre Of Blood

    Run by the tyrannical vampyres of Meiyerditch, The Theatre of Blood is a large combat arena used by the vampyres for blood sport. The Theatre is Runescape's second and latest Raid minigame, allowing a team of up to five participants to face five abominations and experiments before facing Lady Verzik Vitur, ruled of Ver Sinhaza herself.

    The Theatre of Blood operates similarly to Chambers of Xeric, as successful teams with no player deaths are projected to earn 8 million a run, achieving two runs an hour with a 1/9 chance of accessing the unique reward table. This rewards table offers unique drops such as the Avernic defender hilt (41.3 million), a piece of Justiciar (7.5-17.5 million), Sanguinesti staff (68 million), Ghrazi rapier (110 million) or at best, the Scythe of vitur at 566 million.


    1. The Nightmare Of Ashihama

    The Nightmare of Ashihama is one of Runescape's newest bosses, and, to date, its biggest money-maker. It's located in Morytania's Sisterhood Sanctuary and is an otherworldly being who feeds on the life-force of sleeping people through their nightmares before ultimately devouring them.

    The Nightmare is a multi-combat boss which can be taken on by up to 80 players, but is best in a team of around four, with teams averaging 10 kills an hour. She's unique in that with each kill, teams have the chance at two unique table rolls: a 1/120 for her armor, mace, and staff, and the other a 1/600 for an orb. These unique items all fetch a high price, with Inquisitor's armor pieces selling for 122-192 million and the Inquisitor's Mace 536 million. However, if you hit the orb table, you could be lucky enough to find yourself with a Harmonised Orb worth over 845 million.


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  • Old School RuneScape: The 10 Most Profitable Bosses - Part I

    May 15, 2021

    Old School Runescape features a variety of formidable monsters hiding within the vast lands of Gielinor, from great dragons to an arena led by tyrannical vampyres. These bosses are one of Runescape's biggest draws, with only the best of the best able to take on these fearsome beasts and claim their great rewards.

    With such a large variety of bosses, it can be hard to decide which to spend your time and effort on, but if money's the object of your desire, many drop unique and sought-after items (including some rare pets) that are sure to have you raking in a healthy profit. These bosses all vary in technique, with some needing to be tackled solo, with a couple of friends, or in large groups for Raids. It can sometimes be hard for players to find the balance between a boss that's easy to fight and drops items that are worth your efforts doing so, but these are ten that achieve that happy medium.


    10. Venenatis

    Venenatis is a large poisonous spider that lives east of the Wilderness Bone Yard, believed to be the last of her kind after being hunted to extinction by Dwarves.

    Venenatis is targeted for being the only monster to drop the Treasonous ring, which many players seek to own in order to imbue, fetching nearly 400k at the Grand Exchange. Other rare high-profit drops include the 1/170 chance of a Dragon pickaxe at 4 million and common drops of Onyx bolt tips at 50ok. Venantis is an easy boss to defeat, with a decent range set-up seeing you achieve upwards of 30 wins an hour.


    9. Dagganoth Kings

    The Dagganoth Kings reside in the underbelly of Waterbirth Island and are great to start off bossing with if you have a couple of friends handy, as the area is multi-combat and with practice can see you all achieving upwards of 130 wins an hour.

    Each Dagganoth uses a different combat style, being weak to the type that defeats them on the Combat Triangle: Rex is Melee, Supreme is Ranged and Prime is Magic. Each King possesses a unique ring drop alongside the chance of dropping the Dragon axe for 50k. These ring drops are a 1/128 drop, with Rex's Berserker ring fetching 1.7 million and Supreme's coveted Archer's ring, 3 million.


    8. Zulrah

    Zulah strikes many as a formidable foe. This solo boss can only be reached by boarding the boat to its lair, which requires you to sacrifice yourself up to High-Priestess Zel-Gwenwyning.

    Zulrah can be intimidating and has ended many a Hardcore Ironman in its time. However, in learning Zulrah's rotations, you can easily find yourself achieving upwards of 30 wins an hour. The Tanzanite fang, Magic fang, and Serpentine visage can all net you over 2 million each alongside common drops of stackable scales, runes, teleports, and battle staves.


    7. Vorkath

    Vorkath is the Draconic-boss that was released with the Dragon Slayer II quest, roughly translated as 'weakling' in Dragonkin. He was experimented on as a test subject but was ultimately abandoned on the island he now inhabits due to a lack of aggression.

    Vorkath is a relatively easy solo boss to learn, and can see you, with practice, achieving up to 30 wins an hour. Vorkath is the owner of the Skeletal visage which fetches over 14 million due to its rare 1/5,000 chance, along with the equally illusive Draconic visage at 2.8 million. Other notable drops include Dragon and Rune armor and weaponry, dragonhide, bolts, and manta rays.


    6. Abyssal Sire

    The Abyssal Sire is the Abyssal Demon Slayer Boss, requiring Level 85 Slayer to kill. According to lore, Sire's are the engineers of the Abyss they frequent, having built it before the God Wars.

    With practice, the Sire can be defeated upwards of 30 times an hour, and along with some good standard items has a 1/100 chance of dropping an Unsired, which can be placed into the nearby Font of Consumption for a roll of its rare drop table. Rewards include Abyssal whips (2.4 million), Abyssal daggers (3.3 million), and one of three pieces of the Abyssal bludgeon which, when completed, can fetch 23.6 million.


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  • Jagex is running a Mental Health Awareness Week in RuneScape

    May 15, 2021

    Jagex has never been a company to shy away from supporting various charity organizations. The latest example of this went live today in its signature MMORPG, RuneScape. From today until May 16, Jagex will be running an event in RuneScape to celebrate and raise awareness for Mental Health Awareness Week.

    As part of the event, Jagex is offering a special pack called the Meditation Bundle. Available for one Bond or 250 RuneCoins, costing $6.99 USD, the bundle offers a variety of useful items and experience boosts for players. All earnings made via the bundle will be donated to two of Jagex's charity partners, CPSL Mind and Rise Above the Disorder.


    The Meditation Bundle

    The Meditation Bundle is a great value package for any RuneScape players looking to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week. The most appealing offer is the Stone of Meditation. This new item provides a four percent XP boost to the user for 60 minutes. Also, any nearby players will receive a two percent XP boost.

    The Stone of Meditation can hold up to five charges at once. It gains two new charges every day but can be used as many times as desired until it is out of charge. Once the event ends owners of the Stone of Meditation will receive 2500 Oddments as a reward.

    Outside of the Stone, the bundle offers other rewards to encourage RuneScape players to engage in Mental Health Awareness Week. There are cosmetics such as the Cloak of Meditation, further XP boosts via Pulse Cores and Cinder Cores, and quality of life items including Portable Packs and Protean Packs.

    Unfortunately, the mass majority of non-cosmetic rewards are not available on Ironman accounts. However, Ironmen can still purchase The Meditation Bundle in RuneScape to support Mental Health Awareness Week. Jagex's third charity partner Blueprint for All will be partaking in a different event later this year.

  • Old School RuneScape's A Kingdom Divided Arrives in June

    May 15, 2021

    A Kingdom Divided is heading to Old School RuneScape next month in June bringing with it the next chapter in the Kourend storyline.

    If you're unfamiliar with the Kourend story, the kingdom is comprised of five cities who all work towards peace. However, something foul is afoot and has divided this kingdom. Your role will be to unravel just what is going on, and perhaps right the ship.

    In addition to continuing the storyline, two new competitions will be introduced. The first of these competitions is a Login Screen Design challenge. This seems exactly as it sounds. The team is looking for your talents in designing a login screen using the lore and background of Kourend as the theme. Should you win, your login screen will be the one everyone sees. Other prizes include:

      1st Place - £200 Amazon voucher and 12 months of membership

      2nd Place - £100 Amazon voucher and 6 months of membership

      3rd & 4th Place - £50 Amazon voucher and 3 months of membership

    The competition is open now and runs through May 24. Finalist will be selected by the Old School RuneScape team. Be sure to check out this post for details on your submission. The second chapter is called The Story So Far.

    This competition is open in terms of format: documentary, parody, etc. You’re tasked with creating a video summarizing events leading up to A Kingdom Divided before it hits Old School RuneScape. Submissions open on May 19 and close out on June 4. Like with the previous competition, click the link above for full details.

    Rewards for this competition include:

      1st Place - £200 Amazon voucher and 12 months of membership

      2nd Place - £100 Amazon voucher and 6 months of membership

      3rd & 4th Place - £50 Amazon voucher and 3 months of membership

    RuneScape experienced some account recovery mishaps earlier this month. You can read about them here. And it looks like Divination is set to be more interesting.