|*****||This method does require some clicking, but only occasionally. Make sure to have a decent starting fund (I'd say 350k+). When you go to log off every day (no matter for how long!), you go to the Grand Exchange and attempt a purchase of Rune Dagger or Off-hand rune dagger. They have a daily buying limit of 100, so you buy a hundred for 3100-3500, depending on how much you got to spare on Nature rune. You will need an equal amount of Nature rune (which sells for 111) as daggers, and also a fire staff of any kind. Then you log off. If you are lucky when you come back, you bought all 100, which you will use High Level Alchemy on for profit. Each use of magic on one dagger will give you 4800gp, meaning that you make a profit of 1300-1700gp per dagger, minus the cost of Nature rune. Of course, the higher your funding, the better stuff you can buy. Here's my suggestions to only name a few: Rune helm which is alched for 11800gp (roughly). Attempt to buy at 8000-9000 each. And also Rune full helm which is alched for 21800 (roughly). Attempt to buy at 15000-18000 each. Now, remember that this is a way of patience, but also a way to make money when you are sleeping or simply can't tend to your game. Therefore this is not a highly recommended way to make money actively.||55 magic|
|*****||Simply buy Willow logs off of the Grand Exchange for 21 each, and then simply burn them. The best place to do this is on the streets outside the two Varrock banks, or on the road just outside the Edgeville north entrance. Remember; your character will always take a step to the east once a log is burned. Stay 3 click to the north of the north bank door (in Edgeville), then start to fire them up using the right-click method to light them. To optimize the timing, click just as your character is about to turn around to face your previous fire again. If you keep up a good tempo, you will be able to go fetch a second load of logs (which will be burn in the row just below the previous ones) and burn these before the previous ones turns into ashes which you will have to collect. So simply, two runs of logs, then two runs of ash picking. Be quick or other players will take your ashes. Willow logs sell for 21 and ashes sell for 354, netting you a decent profit of about 150k+ gp/hr. This also nets you good Firemaking experience. Alternatively, use Maple logs for more exp, but slightly less profit.||30 firemaking|
|*****||A player can buy grey wolf fur on the grand exchange for 29 coins each, then sell to Baraek for 91 coins profit. If the player wears the Ring of Charos (a), the player will get 121 coins profit instead. To efficiently use this method, it would be best to use Varrock west bank, and to wield the best weight-reducing items the player can wield, such as Boots of Lightness, Spotted Cape, or Spottier Cape. It doesn't work with noted furs so the bank west of Zaff's shop should be used for quick banking. Another way to get it is to steal it from Ardougne Market at the Fur stall which requires level 35 Thieving and gives 36 experience.|
|*****||Buy bolts of cloth, using 195,000 coins to buy the whole stock of bolts of cloth, from the Lumber yard north of Varrock and resell them on the Grand Exchange. You can use the balloon transport system, willow logs, a Beast of Burden, and a couple of rings of duelling in order to make this process very fast. Bolts of cloth currently sell for 1056 coins in the Grand Exchange.|
|*****||Running gold ores in the Living Rock Caverns can yield 200k+ gp/h with 80 Mining and up to 300k+ gp/h with a pack yak. Lower rates will be obtained if you choose to run coal only. Light protective armour is recommended for protection against the living rock creatures with little additional weight. In return, miners will earn rates faster than using juju mining potions.||80 Mining|
|*****||Tanning cowhides can typically produce a profit of 38,000 coins per hour. Tanning cowhides does not produce any experience, so it is something a member can make money with while not increasing any skill levels.|
|*****||Collect limpwurt roots at the hill-giants in the Edgeville dungeon. If you have 20 Dungeoneering then you can also collect them in the resource dungeon, where 4 limpwurt roots spawn. Use of a brass key and access to the Cooking Guild bank speed collecting up. These sell for 1222 each, however, it can be quite crowded, and bots are known to be there. 200k - 500k p/hr.|
|*****||Telegrabbing white berries in the Wilderness can be very profitable. Go to any canoe station, and take the canoe to the Wilderness. Now head to the east until you see white berries on the other side of the lava river, and use your telegrabs to pick them up. When your inventory is full you can head to the south and find the cave, enter the cave, and use your Lumbridge teleport. Doing that for an hour can easily make you anywhere from 300,000-600,000 coins depending on speed. Beast of Burden familiars can assist in the number of berries which can be carried. Due to many bots getting berries it is very hard to sell to the Grand Exchange.||33 Magic|
|*****||A quick way for new players to gain money is to pick potatoes in the potato fields. The price for raw potato is now 177 coins, and demand is consistent.|
|*****||Collect swamp tar from the many respawn points in the Lumbridge swamp. Because swamp tars are stackable, you do not have to bank them. The current price of swamp tar is 281 coins, and about 9 can be collected per minute, for an profit of 2529 coins per minute.|
|*****||Members can buy granite 5kg and chisel it into granite 500g for a profit of up to 80,000 coins an hour.|
|*****||Members with a Crafting level of 10 can spin flax into bowstrings at Camelot, Falador, Lumbridge, or Neitiznot. Lumbridge is the quickest area to spin flax and bank. This method will grant you roughly 100,000 coins an hour||10+ Crafting|
|*****||Buckets of sand can be collected using buckets at the sandpit in Zanaris. Yanille is optional but the sandpit in Zanaris is closer to the bank. Completing The Hand in the Sand allows players to receive 84 buckets of sand free from Bert each day which is a profit of 12,600 coins per day.||The Hand in the Sand|
|*****||Collect buckets of milk from your wooden larder for 111 coins each or 3108 coins per full inventory when selling to the Grand Exchange.
At Level 33, collect eggs from your oak larder for 41 coins each or 1148 coins per full inventory, or flour for 106 coins each or 2968 coins per full inventory. Due to the chat update, player can collect such items much faster than ever by quickly and repeatedly clicking on the larder and pressing 1, 2, 3 or 4 respectively.
|Level 9, 33, or 43 Construction required and a kitchen with a larder.|
|*****||Red spiders' eggs can be produced by summoning spirit spiders. To do this, they must first construct or purchase the pouch and egg spawn scrolls off the Grand Exchange. The scrolls spawn 0-7 red spiders' eggs (which can be sold for 690 coins each) and each spirit spider last 15 minutes. Each pouch costs 1,542 coins, and each scroll costs 179 coins. Each scroll gives an average of 3 eggs, so it is essentially impossible to lose money this way. There is only a 20% chance of using a scroll and getting no eggs.||10 Summoning|
|*****||Buy sapphire necklaces and cosmic runes on the Grand Exchange. Making Games Necklaces (8) makes about 400-450 coins per necklace so is a gross profit of 30%. This method involves a lot of clicking.||7 Magic|
|*****||Buy willow seeds, unfilled plant pots, and a number of baskets of apples equal to the number of willow seeds you bought on the Grand Exchange and fill the plant pots at a Farming patch then plant your willow seeds in the pots and water them with a watering can. Wait for them to grow into saplings then transplant into a tree patch and pay the nearby gardener the basket of apples, wait for the tree to mature then use either regular or magic secateurs on the fully grown willow tree to get up to 7 willow branches per tree per hour, which sell for 626 coins on the Grand Exchange.
Note: Willow branches, while potentially profitable, sell extremely slowly.
|Level 30 Farming is required.|
|*****||Collect a variety of items from Farming shops. 10 plant cures are available at a cost of 40 coins each, respawning the full inventory of 10 every minute, so they can be bought with each trip for other items; they sell at 175 coins each for a profit of 1,350 coins per trip. 300 compost are available at a cost of 20-26 coins each, selling at 39 coins each for a profit of 4,800 coins. 100 filled plant pots are available at a cost of 1 coin each, selling at 233 coins each for a profit of 23,200 coins. 60 baskets are available (10 single baskets and 50 in a convenient 50-unit pack) at a cost of 1 coin each , selling at 2 coins each for a profit of 30 coins. Sacks presently do not sell very quickly and are not advised. Trip time (purchase-load/to-bank/back-to-shop) varies with the shop, typically averaging about 50 seconds per load. Total profit, figuring 23 trips to collect all resources, is 59,140 coins daily at each farm shop, for a little under 20 minutes work each.|
|*****||This method works for regular logs, oak logs, and teak logs. Mahogany logs may sometimes work with this method, but due to their nature of fluctuating prices, it is advised not to use mahogany logs as of currently.
Players may either cut these logs themselves or buy them. Using the chart provided, take the required amount of money and logs to the Sawmill operator, and get them converted into planks. It is advised to bank the planks in the east Varrock bank, then run back with the correct materials again and repeat the process. Once done, players can sell the planks at the Grand Exchange. Note that players will make much more money by cutting the logs themselves rather than buying them, however, this will take a longer amounts of time. A significantly faster way to do this is by using the balloon ride from the Enlightened Journey quest. Players will need many rings of duelling and have the ability to use the balloon ride from Castle Wars to Varrock. Players will start in Castle Wars with all of their logs to convert in the bank. Use the Castle Wars balloon to Varrock, convert planks, use a ring of duelling to teleport back to Castle Wars and repeat. (Hint: sell rings of duelling back to the grand exchange at one charge for more profit)
|A hatchet you can use and the right Woodcutting level.|
|*****||Members can collect or buy seaweed and burn it into soda ash for a profit. Buying Seaweed from the Cooking Guild and making soda ash can turn a profit of over 150,000 coins per hour. To maximise profits, a player should buy a large amount of seaweed all at once and then make soda ash at a bank that is very near to a fire or a range. Some good places to do this are East Varrock range, Zanaris, the Rogue's Den fire, or the range in the Cooking Guild. Also, one can buy 80 seaweed from Arhein for 2 coins each. He stocks 80 and sells them as notes, you must talk to him and select 'Can I buy some seaweed.' This gives about 60k virtually instant profit once a day.
|*****||Head to Relleka and buy fremennik robe tops and fremennik skirts from the clothes shop. Sell them back at the Grand Exchange for about 2,200 coins higher. Repeat as often as you wish. However even if you world hop the robes will take the same amount of time to spawn. This can make up to 50,000 coins profit in 5-10 minutes depending on if you use teleport spells and probably higher if you spent time at it.|
|*****||Players can collect blue dragon scales from Taverley Dungeon and grind them to procure blue dragon scale dust with a pestle and mortar. They can sell for 709 in the Grand Exchange. It will help if you have 70 Agility or more for the shortcuts involved and either 40 Summoning for a bull ant or 52 Summoning for a terror bird, both of which are Beasts of Burden and can restore run energy. Falador teleport tabs are very useful, because they only take up one inventory space and the way back isn't long. Around 250,000-350,000 coins profit per hour can be made with 70 Agility (depends upon which BoB you have). High levels can make upwards of 450,000 coins per hour in optimal conditions. With 60 Dungeoneering, the profit per hour can be increased greatly because players will now have access to the resource dungeon, located in the blue dragons' lair. With a higher-levelled Bob familiar such as a war tortoise or a pack yak to hold more items and 70 Agility for the shortcut, it's possible to collect over 750 scales per hour; at current Grand Exchange rates this is a profit of over 800,000 coins.||Optional|
|*****||Buy feathers and arrow shafts from the grand exchange. You may use any type of feather. Stripy feathers are the cheapest, but you can buy regular feathers in a reasonable amount of time. Then, attach the feathers to the shafts, making sets of 15 headless arrows. Sell the headless arrows on the grand exchange. This gives about a 4-7 coin profit per arrow, and 5 experience points. This can be VERY tedious. This is considered more trading than Fletching, because of the minimal Fletching experience given.|
|*****||Players can collect snape grass from Waterbirth Island. Snape grass sells for 362 coins in the Grand Exchange. It will help if your Magic level is 72 or higher, as you can teleport to Waterbirth Island with the Lunar magic spellbook. If your Magic is lower than 72 you can also move your POH to Rellekka so you can use the most eastern lander of Rellekka to go to Waterbirth Island. It also helps if you either use a bull ant, which requires 40 Summoning, or a spirit terrorbird, which requires 52 Summoning, because they both can restore energy and have Beasts of Burden. Alternatively, if you have fremennik sea boots 1 or a better set of boots from the Fremennik Province Tasks you can speak to Peer the Seer who will deposit the snape grass in your bank for you, drastically reducing banking time. With the right methods, this method can make over 500,000 coins an hour but more frequently you will make around 200,000-350,000 coins an hour.|| Lunar diplomacy |
40 or 52 Summoning
Completed Fremennik Province Tasks to at least easy
|*****||Buy an air staff, lots of law runes and soft clay and take them to a teak eagle lectern and make camelot teleport tablets then sell on the Grand Exchange.||Level 45 Magic and access to a eagle lectern made of teak or higher is required.|
|*****||Get some coins (30+) and go to Karamja, collect the bananas and bank on Draynor Village or Tzhaar bank. Bananas are sold for 146 coins each, which can make beginners rich in a few days.||Any weight reducing equipment, such as boots of lightness, should help.|
|*****||Collect herbs by playing the Sorceress's Garden activity. They are worth 568 coins to 2,322 coins. It is recommended to play the Summer Garden to have the best chance of receiving high-level herbs. Considering the close proximity to the bank chest at the Shantay Pass, it is a good idea to keep every herb you receive, in order to maximize the profit per hour.|
|*****||Collect cowhides in Burthorpe located just south of the Burthorpe Lodestone. Players often kill cows without collecting the cowhides so there should be no competition for them. After gathering a full inventory head to the bank chest just north of the cows then repeat the process. This can make a profit of over 100,000 coins an hour on a busy world.|
Buying and selling Edit
|*****||South of Seer's Village is Ignatius Vulcan. He sells 60,000 tinderboxes for 1 coin each. On the Grand Exchange they are 103 coins. If bought in large numbers, a fair profit will be made. (Estimated 100,000-130,000 coins per hour without tele tabs.)|
|*****||Buy Hunter kits for 26 coins from the Grand Exchange, open them and sell the items. The box trap is worth by far the most, at 93 coins each. All others are worth less than 5 coins.|
|*****||Buy chocolate bars in Nardah for 20 coins each and sell them via Grand Exchange for 155 coins each.|
|*****||Make gloves of silence. Go to Grand Exchange and buy at least 2 dark kebbit fur, costing 316 coins each. Take as many as you can carry and 600 coins for each two furs, to the Fancy Clothes Store in South-East Varrock, talk to the Fancy-dress shop owner, and after some dialogue a list of options will appear, select the second last one which involves the furs which you are carrying and click on it, after dialogue, a box will appear,you want to make as many gloves of silence's as you can, so click "make 10" until there are none left in you inventory, then repeat the process until you have no furs left. Then sell the gloves of silence for around 2400gp each. This should leave you around 55% profit on the coins you spent. A pair of gloves of silence is 1377 coins more than the amount needed in ingredients.||At least 1232 coins to start.|
|*****||Buy limestone bricks from the stonemason's shop in Keldagrim for 21gp each. Each brick bought from the store will result in 180-200gp profit per brick when selling on the Grand Exchange. After buying a full load of bricks, use the bank in Keldagrim and store your bricks.||At least 40 Summoning is recommended to be able to use Beasts of Burden to collect bricks more rapidly.|
|*****||Buy fishing equipment from the Fishing store in Catherby and resell to Grand Exchange for massive profits.||It is recommended to have about 100,000-250,000 coins to start this.|
|*****||Players can buy unblessed symbols at the Grand Exchange for 54 coins each. If they have completed the Observatory Quest, they can also have their unblessed unholy symbols blessed by the spirit of Scorpius, turning them into unholy symbols.||Completion of Observatory quest|
|*****||Go to Al Kharid and collect the herbs dropped by Al Kharid warriors. There are many people training there so there are many drops. Bank the herbs in the near by bank and the sell them on the grand exchange for a profit of about 100,000 coins per hour.|
|*****||Have about 10,000 coins in your money pouch. Go to Yanille and go to the Dragon Inn. Talk to the bartender and go through the dialogue, continuously buying greenman's ale for 10 coins and depositing them at the bank to the east. Doing the process correctly can yield at least 250,000 coins an hour by selling them at the Grand Exchange for around 700-800 coins a piece.||5000+ coins|
|*****||Naff in Varrock will sell battlestaves to players for 7,000 coins each. You can make a decent profit by selling them on the Grand Exchange for 8,358 coins each. Take note that you can only buy a limited amount each day, and that amount is dependent on how much of the Varrock Tasks you have completed.||At least the Easy Varrock Tasks|
|*****||Buy buckets of milk from the milk seller near the cabbage patch southeast of Falador. She sells them for 12-15 per bucket (or 312-390 per inventory). A fast method of banking is using a ring of kinship to bank via the Daemonheim banker. Then, teleport back to the cabbage patch using explorer's ring 3 or 4 cabbage-port. The buckets sell for 111, netting a profit of 96-99 each, or 2496-2574 per inventory/run. At 1 run per minute (depends on load times while teleporting), that's about 144768 per hour||Recommended: ring of kinship, explorer's ring 3 or 4|
|*****||Buy dyes from the clothing shop in Lletya for 6 coins each. Sell them on the Grand Exchange. Prices vary by dye; orange dye, for example, currently sells for 1,500-1,600 coins each.|
|*****||Find an item on the Grand Exchange such as bone bolts, bronze arrows or low-levelled runes. Buy massive amounts of this item at a low price, then sell them back for a high price. For example, if you buy bone bolts at 3 coins each and sell them for 4 coins each, you make a 33% profit. This might not seem like much, but when you buy hundreds of thousands of bone bolts, you can make a huge profit. Although these items will definitely sell (especially if you go onto the Grand Exchange Guide on the Runescape site to find active items), they will take a few days or maybe even weeks to buy and sell. Be careful to choose items whose prices almost never change.||Reasonable amount of starting money.|
|*****||Buy stone statuettes from the Grand Exchange and at least one pharaoh's sceptre (the more you buy, the less often you will have to recharge them). Buy as many stone pottery artefacts as you can. Wield the sceptre and an item that will teleport you to a bank (such as a ring of duelling) and withdraw noted artefacts and teleport to the Jaleustrophos (Agility Pyramid). Simon will pay a fixed amount per item, simply buy them cheaper and sell in bulk. Requires the ability to sell noted artefacts gained from the Dealing with Scabaras quest.|
|*****||Buy Golden statuettes from the Grand Exchange and at least one Pharaoh's sceptre (the more you buy, the less often you will have to recharge them). Buy as many stone, pottery, or gold artefacts as you will need to recharge your sceptre (you will need to recharge it once every 2 trips if you are only using one). Wield the sceptre and an item that will teleport you to a bank (such as a Ring of Duelling) and withdraw 28 golden artefacts and teleport to the Jaleustrophos (Agility Pyramid). Simon will pay 1250 each for golden statuettes and 1000 each for golden scarabs for a profit of 252 per trip.|
|*****||After Fremennik Isles, Vanligga Gastfrihet on Jatizso will sell 1,000 yak hides starting at 50 coins each. She is very close to a bank and if you tan the hides you can make around 400,000 coins profit even after buying the hides and the 5gp per hide tanning cost.
Note: you can only do this once a day.
|Fremennik Isles for access to Jatizso and neitiznot, |
Need around 100,000 coins to buy and tan the hides.
|*****||Buy all the dwarf multicannon parts separately off the Grand Exchange for 5% higher than they are. Then put them in a set, and sell for a 30-60,000 coins profit per set (this changes due to changing Grand Exchange prices).||Buying the parts separately may take a while and thus this method is only 200,000-1,000,000 coins max an hour.|
|*****||Buy ancient rune armour piece by piece. That is equal to at cheapest 550,000 coins (subject to change). Then change it to a set. The set price stays around 700,000 coins, so you make 150,000 coins each time. The only problem is that the ancient full helm and kiteshield takes longer to buy, although once bought and made into a set it does sell within 3 hours.||700,000 coins|
|*****||Go to Rellekka and buy fremennik cloaks for about ~300 coins each, then sell them in Grand Exchange. Prices vary according to colour; for example, the red cloak sells for about 553 coins.||The Fremennik Trials completed|
|*****||Once a day, speak to Arhein in Catherby and buy 40 pineapples and 80 seaweed, all for 2 coins each. Sell the items on the Grand Exchange- pineapples go for 23 coins and seaweed sells for 439 coins.|
|*****||Buy Seaweed on the Grand Exchange for 439 coins each, then burn it into soda ash on the fires that are always burning in the Grand Exchange, then sell the soda ash back for 485 coins each.||Reasonable amount of starting money.|
|*****||Buy raw bird meat and raw rabbits from Chargurr in Oo'glog; you can buy 6 raw bird meat packs, 10 raw bird meat and 100 raw rabbits every 24 hours. You can buy the meat in about 2–3 minutes, earning some coins in the process. The price for raw bird meat and raw rabbit is stable and is in high demand because it's used as an ingredient for Summoning pouches.||As a First Resort quest completed.|
|*****||Buy 3,000 unfinished broad bolts from any Slayer master and sell the bolts on the Grand Exchange. You can buy them only from two certain Slayer masters every 24 hours, as there is two shops with multiple stockowners. You can make 90,000-120,000 coins in one minute, depending on the Grand Exchange price.Currently, this is a loss.||To get access to many Slayer masters, completing quests is required.|
|*****||If you have completed any sub quests of Recipe for Disaster, you will be able to buy many items from the Culinaromancer's Chest in the Lumbridge basement. Chocolate bar: 155 coins each, apple: 279 coins each, butter: 125 coins each ,cream: 35 coins each and flour: 106 Coins each. Sell them via Grand Exchange. The shop's stock depends on how many sub quests you have done. After completing Recipe for Disaster, you can make 70,000-110,000 coins in 5–6 minutes, depending on the price of the items. Note: flour and chocolate are at full stock in 24 hours, while many other items restock with one unit between 1–5 minutes.|
|*****||Go to Port Khazard with some money, buy pots of flour and deposit them in the deposit box and then sell them on the Grand Exchange. You make a profit of around 100 coins per pot of flour.|
|*****||Combine many once-a-day activities at once, and you can earn up to 300,000+ coins a day. If Royal Trouble is completed, put 1275000 coins in the coffers (enough for one week, plus the 750,000 coins to keep subjects working at max efficiency). You can also buy vial of water packs from the Lighthouse and Shilo Village, with each shop having 20 vial of water packs, giving you 2000 noted vials of water. Then you can go to Catherby, and buy 80 seaweed and 40 pineapples from Arhein at the general shop, and then talk to Bert for 80 or 120 (with Elite Ardougne Tasks done) buckets of sand. Teleport to Lumbridge and buy all the items in the food section of the Culinaromancer's chest. Then, go to Varrock, buy battlestaves from Naff, and then take it all to the grand exchange to sell.||Royal Trouble for kingdom management,|
Shilo Village for the first 20 vial of water packs,
Horror from the Deep for the second 20 vial of water packs,
Recipe for Disaster started for access to Culinaromancer's Chest (completing the quest adds more stock,)
The Hand in the Sand to receive 80 buckets of sand from Bert, 40 more with completion of elite Ardougne Tasks
Dream Mentor Is optional, but very useful for NPC contact to contact Bert and Advisor Ghrim daily.
|*****||Buy certain Summoning pouches (most titans) for low prices on the Grand Exchange and exchange them for a certain amount of spirit shards from Bogrog. Bogrog will accept noted pouches. Proceed to sell the shards to any pet shop around Runescape, for 25 coins each. However, you need a considerably higher Summoning level than the pouch you want to exchange, or Bogrog won't give you any shards.||Wolf Whistle completed, varying Summoning levels|
Arbitrage & Miscellaneous Edit
|*****||Members with a Crafting level of 10 can spin flax into bowstrings at Camelot, Falador, Lumbridge, or Neitiznot. Lumbridge is the quickest area to spin flax and bank, assuming you use all the shortcuts (holding right-click on Climb-Up Stairs just as the last piece of flax finishes, rotating your camera to get the Quick-Bank option very shortly after ascending the stairs). This method will grant you roughly 100,000 coins an hour
To start, teleport to the area you have chosen, take your flax, then simply click on the wheel and select the appropriate amount of flax to spin. Spin the flax into bowstrings and sell them on the Grand Exchange for 129 coins each; almost doubling the amount of money you started with.
Alternatively you can pick your own flax from the flax field in Seers' Village and spin the flax in the spinning wheel located north west of the flax field. With this method you can make potentially make 5,300 coins per inventory at 129 coins each. The plucking itself gives you about 70,000 coins per hour long term.
The following is harder but more efficient: Use the flax gathered by your subjects from Miscellania. With 10 workers and a 100% approval rating, you will receive 1250 flax per day. If you spin them all and sell them on the Grand Exchange for 129 coins each; you will receive around 230,000 coins. Remember that you must pay your subjects daily. For an explanation of how this works, please refer to the 'Notable features' section of this guide.
|***** to *****||Treasure Trails can be immensely challenging and may offer hours of fun; however, some Treasure Trails may contain disappointing rewards that are often not worth your time. Clue scrolls are obtained from various monsters found within RuneScape, and the activity that embarks is called a Treasure Trail.
There are three types of clue scroll levels in RuneScape:
Due to the difficult and risky nature of some clues, it is recommended to bank your most precious possessions, take some teleportation runes and teleportation jewellery with you, such as perhaps a games necklace or ring of duelling, and make sure you have a sextant, watch, and a chart in your inventory, along with the clue scroll and of course, a spade. The spade held in your tool belt cannot be used to dig for clues - you must manually dig with a spade stored in your inventory.
If you find that the clue you are working upon is too arduous, you may of course feel free to contact others within RuneScape's forums or other forums of varying natures. Alternatively, you could visit the Treasure Trails guide page for answers.
|*****||A very simple method to make money is to go to the Falador east bank, empty your inventory and equip weight reducing equipment. From there, run around into the garden and trade with the garden supplier. Buy a full inventory of bagged plant 1 for 1,000 coins each. Fill up your bank with however many you want. bagged plant 1 sell for 1,445 coins each over the Grand Exchange, meaning for every 100,000 coins you spend on 100 plants, you will make approximately 20,000+ coins or more profit. Using this method you can make approximately 350,000+ coins per hour if you are using a Beast of Burden such as a spirit terrorbird.|
|*****||The Soul Wars gamble option can offer up to an unconfirmed total of 250,000 gold each time, but also as low as 3,555 gold. The option to gamble usually returns some number of bones, which, due to the number of players training prayer, can sell at a high price on the Grand Exchange. Seeing as the gamble option only requires two zeal points, it can be very useful to lower levelled players, as a tie game can result in a lot of money.||While Soul Wars itself does not have any requirements, having a high Slayer level and other combat skills can help earn zeal points faster.|
|*****||Cut oak trees near the sawmill, and make the logs into oak planks. They cost 250 coins each at the sawmill, but can be sold for 556 at the Grand Exchange.||This requires some money (actually, it only requires 250 coins to start with, since that's what oak planks cost each)|
|*****||Head to the Grand Exchange or Lumbridge cow farm and collect as many cowhides as you can. Grab a unicorn horn somewhere while you're at it and head off to east Ardougne. Find the southernmost bank of the city and collect 13 hides and 1 horn. Head south of the city to the tower of life and climb down the ladder on the ground floor. Walk to the north-west part of the basement and use a horn and a hide on the altar. Upon activating the altar, you will summon a unicow. After killing it, it will drop either 2-4 unicorn horns. Ignoring the rest of the items it drops, collect all the horns and repeat the summoning process until your inventory is either almost or completely full of horns. When you reach that point, you should exit the tower and return to the south Ardougne bank. Each unicorn horn is worth about 1,841 coins, so a trip from the bank to the tower is worth about 51,548 coins.
Tips - to reduce run time from the tower to the bank, take a shortcut between the body of water and the Ardougne zoo fence or have an explorer's ring or light armour. If you ever get low on health (which happens rarely) you can pickpocket the workers outside for triangle sandwiches.
|The completing of the quest Tower of life (and the ability to kill a very low level creature.)|
|*****||Go to the Grand Exchange with a reasonable amount of coins and buy as many bronze bars as possible. Next go to the West Varrock smithing area and smith arrow heads. 15 arrowheads are made per bar, therefore making a small profit. This is also a decent source of Smithing exp. This method does not produce a big profit currently due to prices.|
|*****||Head to the Wilderness in a high-risk Wilderness world, and collect the sharks, potions, ranging armour, etc. from stacks of items left over from pkers. Done right, you can make 150,000 gp or more per hour.|
If a money making method is out of date, you can this page to improve it.
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