Will this affect the amout of people training on yews?14:56, September 24, 2009 (UTC)
- People train on yews for cash. Its more likely to affect the number of people powercutting teaks -- Mercifull (Talk) 15:04, September 24, 2009 (UTC)
Shame.... I was hoping to actualy be able to cut yews on my own for once....Indeed, Yews are a terrible choice to train effectively, most just use them for money. And I doubt members would train on Yews in free worlds, as they have so man other options. -- 15:32, September 24, 2009 (UTC)
"Despite not having any branches to support them, bird nests can be found in choking ivy. " I don't believe that the writer of that statement has seen ivy grow in real life. The ivy is not completely flat on the wall, it sticks out a bit. I used to have ivy on the outside of my house (attached to a peice of plastic it grew around) and a few small nests would rest on the ivy. Although, it doesn't make sense that you are chopping the same ivy for a while and then you find a nest: you think you'd find it right away, no? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk).
- Yes, that's true, but runescape is a game,and usually doesn't mimic real-life too much. ZBZDSGrwojy 21:39, January 8, 2010 (UTC)
Ivy glitch images Edit
- In Png, I mean. After all, The perferred format is PNG
- All of the images are already .pngs; the animations are not as .png doesn't support animation (unless of course this has been changed since you posted this, you didn't signature meaning there is no timestamp). Damnads 08:35, February 19, 2010 (UTC)
Quick question... Edit
How to explain this... hmm...
Okay, I'll put it this way: When you're cutting a normal tree, if someone else is cutting it too the tree goes away faster and you get fewer logs. After reading this article, I am under the impression that this does not happen when cutting ivy, rather that every player gets their own patches of ivy in the same place as the others that other players cannot interact with or see. I'm not exactly sure I explained this too well, but it's hard to explain.
If anyone cares to answer, I'd be grateful. I'd like to know because I have a woodcutting pure with 65 woodcutting, and I want to know how Ivy works when I can cut it.
184.108.40.206 18:53, May 6, 2010 (UTC)
- That is EXACTLY how ivy (and all other trees work, too, along with mining rocks) work. Each player gets their "own" ivy on that spot and if it is felled, all others are felled, so by having multiple people cutting an ivy at once, there is simply a higher chance of someone felling "their" ivy, causing the ivy itself to go down. I hope I clarified things for you. 220.127.116.11 19:05, May 6, 2010 (UTC)
On trivia it says that yanille is the only location with 6 ivys, if this msg is to inform that this is the most ivys at one place then its wrong, north falador has 7 pieces.
Answer to that question^^ Edit
It still works the same wat, instead of getting different batches of logs u ge different batches of xp. More ppl also cuts it down faster jsut like a tree would
Is Ivy good for Strange Rocks? 18.104.22.168 19:41, June 15, 2012 (UTC)
- Yes it generates them and doesn't need much concentration. Rich Farmbrough, 23:11 27 August 2012 (UTC).
Hi I would like to dispute the listed rates for ivy experience. As well all know, resource gathering skills vary greatly in the experience per hour given, for example one hour someone may achieve 100k woodcutting exp, and the next only 60k, this is a slightly extreme example but it is very true that the rates can change dramatically. I have been at ivy for many hours now post 99, with full attention and am averaging no where near 100k exp/hr, with lumberjack items. The 100k/hour rate is completely made up, the only reliable way to determine an exp rate is to log upwards of 10 hours minimum, if anyone without a sacred clay hatchet has EVER logged 10 consecutive hours of ivy and gained over 1 million experience, well, it isn't possible so nevermind. The ACTUAL rate for ivy at 99 with a beaver familiar and lumberjack clothing is much lower. I would like it to be nearer to the 80k mark at highest. The experience rates listed now actually brought me to laughter at their massive inaccuracy. One 5 minute test multiplied by 12 does not in any way result in an experience per hour value. I cannot comment on the lower levels experience rates, but they are obviously inaccurate as well, considering I'm apparently getting the exp rate of level 82 woodcutting, and the person who did that rate likely did not even have a beaver or any lumberjack pieces, and probably did 5 minutes x12, or even worse, 1 minx60. However I will happily supply any number of hours of ivy post 99 woodcutting that you may require for validation of my experience rate. I would like this page to be as accurate as possible is all. Also, this is my first time using a talk page on a wiki so I have no idea how to sign or anything but I'll watch for replies or something. 22.214.171.124 19:05, August 9, 2012 (UTC)Aman1023
- If you can provide some data here, there's a good chance it will be used by someone. Rich Farmbrough, 23:09 27 August 2012 (UTC).
Trivia item removedEdit
- If you chop ivy on a stone wall (such as at the Grand Exchange), you will hear the sound of hollow wood being hit, not stone. This is odd because there is no wooden wall where you can chop ivy. The Ivy is however made of wood, whereas anyone chopping the stone would get a blunt axe pretty quickly.
Does it work on them, and does it burn anything?