"Casting low alchemy on a nature rune, if that is the only nature rune in your inventory gives you a message refusing it." What's the exact message, so we can quote it here? I'd check, but can't get on RuneScape at the moment. Yleron - (Talk)(Contribs) 21:00, 3 June 2007 (UTC)
- Confirmed the message is, you do not have enough nature runes to cast this spell. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk).
A very useful addition would be a list of items that make good low alch candidates for the free low alch you get with the Explorer's ring. Casting the free low alch's on bones would be a waste of time, whereas casting on high-value items (rune medium) would be a loss vs. high alch'ing them. So there's got to be a list of fairly common items that will generate a healthy income from 30 low alch's that wouldn't be worth spending nats on. (Eviltexan 19:20, December 8, 2009 (UTC))
Nice suggestion, since I can compare the low to the high alch value and pick the items where this difference is closest to the price of a nat rune. Unfortunately, the list jumps from a diff in the low 100's to 10,000 or so (the last two items). So it seems the list of junk items either is missing a lot of low alch prices, or is insufficient for the exercise. In fact the items don't have to be junk either. (Eviltexan 19:20, December 8, 2009 (UTC))
Low Alch Experience Edit
Anon posted a piece suggesting that the speed of Low Level Alchemy allowed for higher experience rates per hour than High Level at the expense of higher cost per cast. However, after testing, I was unable to get above 60-62k exp per hour with LLA while getting around 70k per hour consistent of a 10 minute period. I realise that is a short test, but with the unvarying rates of speed, it seems plausible that my data should be consistent over long periods.30percent 03:56, October 21, 2011 (UTC)
The XP claim was wrong but the rest is accurate; lla doesn't interrupt mining etc. Restored most of the paragraph, without the XP stuff. King Hooya 15:30, October 22, 2011 (UTC)