Runescape: Clan Setting

To access your clan settings, go to the clan tab (located under the Community tab, it’s the button with yellow cog and yellow person) and press Clan Settings (the yellow cog). A new window will pop up and you will be able to change a variety of settings for your clan.

The first screen you will encounter will contain a full list of your clanmates and their current rank and job. Their rank specifies their position within the clan and possible kicking powers. The available ranks are (from most to least important):

Deputy Owner
The job titles won’t have any influence on the powers players have in the clan chat, but can be useful for organising your clan or its events. Examples of jobs are Event Leader, Forum Bumper, Melee Leader and many more.

Changing a player’s rank, job or making him or her a Rated Clan Wars leader or Recruiter is only possible if you are the Clan Owner, an Admin or a Deputy Owner in the clan.

Clan Settings
This is where you will set the major settings for your clan. You can alter the following options:

Runescape: Clan Setting

Change your clan’s national flag.
Whether your events will be displayed in ‘Clan Time’ or in ‘Game Time’. The Game Time is GMT, Clan Time can be manually set.
What time the Clan Time should display.
Set what world you expect your members to use as home world.
Check if your clan is currently recruiting.
You can input your clan’s Thread ID, so whoever would be interested can find your forum thread.

This interface allows you to enter a small message that advertises your clan. Your message can be anywhere from 1 to 80 characters long. Be sure to make it descriptive, so possible applicants know what they will get themselves into. This motto will be shown on you Vexillum, so think it through!

Another feature that you can use to distinguish your clan from other clans is the motif. With the ability to choose two of 110 logos. These logos range from a dragon, to a party hat and from the crafting skill icon to a dwarf. You also get the opportunity to change the colour of each logo, your primary and your secondary clan colour. Given these possibilities, it’s highly unlikely many clans will have the same motif.
Like your motto, the motif also appears on your Vexillum. Your clan cape will also have these colours and symbols.

You not only have your motto to let players know what your clan is about, you can also describe your clan in 10 keywords. However, these keywords must be chosen from a list of presets, presented to you in categories. These keywords will also appear on your Vexillum.

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Runescape: Capes of Achievement

For many years of RuneScape’s history, some people would argue that having 99 in a skill was difficult, even you have a lot of RS Gold. They did have some good arguments. Their first point was that there is only a slight difference in ability between a person who got 99 in a skill, and a person that stopped levelling after “maxing out” a skill.

A person with only 50 mining is able to mine iron almost as well as a person that has 99. Their other point was that you would get no recognition for your hard work if you got 99 in something that didn’t affect your combat level. The only skills that really need 99 to do everything in it are smithing and construction. Combat skills will affect your combat level so other people can see it. But what about cooking? fletching? Who would know that you’ve spent hours of your time clicking those lobsters and that fire, or that you’ve seen thousands of bow strings through your inventory?

Naturally, they would also argue that doing quests was equally pointless. For the most part, quests are aimed at the middle level player instead of the higher level player. Therefore, most of the rewards will not benefit the higher level. And of course, there was no recognition for it. Sure, you could get a nice cape to signify you finished a quest, but it’s not as strong as other capes most of the time, and sooner or later, thousands of people have it as well, making the feeling of accomplishment go away.

Runescape: Capes of Achievement

Finally, Jagex decided that the unrecognised, dedicated people who actually work to get 99 in a skill or spend time completing every quest should get their well-deserved recognition. With the release of achievement capes, you can walk into a crowd and be recognized for what you have done. To show off even more, you can even use a special emote that is specifically related to your cape! Not only do they look great, but they also have a rather nice defence bonus.

When you reach 99, you will be given a congratulatory message in your text box, a world announcement for your achievement, and some rather fancy fireworks. Get 99,000 coins, and find the cape seller for the cape that you want. When you talk to them, you will be given the option to buy the skill cape. If you do, you get the cape and a matching hood.

If instead of doing skills, you enjoy doing quests, then you can get the quest point cape. You won’t get a message saying that you have completed every quest, so just go to the Wise Old Man if you have. Collecting the cape will also send out a world announcement.

When you log on after a new quest has been released, you will see a message telling you that a new quest has been released, and the cape and hood will appear in your inventory. If you do not have enough inventory space, they will try to go to your bank. If your bank happens to be full as well, the Wise Old Man will find them laying on the ground and hold them for you free of charge. You will not be able to wear the hood or the cape until after you complete the newest quest.

It is possible to buy more than 1 cape and hood set at a time, however it will still cost you 99,000 coins every time you purchase the set. A single cape and hood set can be stored on a Cape Rack in the Costume Room of a member’s Player Owned House.

Runescape: Supporting Your God

Runescape is a popular MMORPG game, which has thousands of fans in many different countries. Runescape Gold plays an important role in the game, which can help you to explore the world. And with golds, you can support your God.

Both your score and the two factions’ collective scores can be seen on the scoreboard at the top of your in-game HUD. This overlay appears whenever you are nearby a war camp or a node. You can also check this information at any time by going to your ‘Adventures’ menu and selecting the ‘Bird and the Beast’ tab.

Runescape: Supporting Your God

The conflict centers around the gathering of divine energy found around Gielinor, with the purpose of powering massive weapons capable of destroying the other god. There is no central battlefield, rather, there are various sites located across the free world that can be claimed by players. Each god occasionally summons convoys to travel from site to site in order to collect divine energy.

As you aid your side by performing different tasks around these sites, you will gain renown which can be spent at your war camp for various rewards. You can obtain a maximum of 30,000 renown every day until the event ends. Below is a picture of the war map, which can be checked using your token, or by looking at the map within your war camp.

Neutral sites should be visited as soon as possible to claim, while enemy and friendly sites can be visited to attack or defend, respectively. Sites will be highlighted in yellow when a convoy is nearby.

Runescape: Ability Book

Have you heard about the Runescape, which is a popular MMORPG game in the world. If you want to have good game experience, a lot of Runescape Gold is needed.

In the game, your golds can improve your Ability Book, which was introduced into the game with the Evolution of Combat update with the aim of replacing special attacks, and is found on the tabs bar.

Each of the primary combat skills have their own abilities which have their own requirements, effects, ability class and cooldown period. All abilities can be used in both player vs monster and player vs player combat. An example is shown below, where you can see that the Smash ability requires you to wield a two-handed melee weapon and have at least 20 Attack. You can also choose to hide abilities for which you do not currently meet requirements by clicking the toggle option

Abilities are split into three main ability classes which generally determine how powerful they are and how long the cooldown period is. Each class of ability requires a certain percentage of the Adrenaline bar to be full before they can be used. In addition, some weapons possess a special attack ability designed to emulate pre-Evolution of Combat Special Attacks.

Runescape: Ability Book

It is worth noting that not every ability follows these principles. In particular, the constitution abilities tend to have a longer cooldown period. Basic abilities generate adrenaline, Threshold abilities consume a small amount of adrenaline, and Ultimate abilities drain the Adrenaline bar completely. In addition, some weapons possess the Special ability attribute, allowing use of a certain special attack with that weapon, designed to somewhat mimic the infamous Special Attacks prior to the EoC system implementation. For the most part they are unique, but some small classes of weapons share a special attack.

Ability classes are independent of individual skill levels, it is possible to have an ability that requires a high skill level but is only Basic, likewise it is possible to have an Ultimate ability with a low skill requirement.

Abilities labelled “Combo attack” must be given time to complete. If a subsequent ability is used while the combo attack is still in progress, the combo attack is cancelled. Abilities that are the same, for example the Backhand ability, Kick and Bash abilities will all cooldown at the same time to prevent continued used of stuns.

Abilities can also be placed in the action bar which allows players to quickly access their most used abilities by either clicking on them or by using the key a specific ability is bound to.

For the entirety of this guide, members abilities are marked with a slightly darker row colour.

Runescape: Brewing and Gnome Dishes

There are numerous drinks in RuneScape which can be brewed using the cooking skill. these drinks include Cider as well as ales and other alcoholic beverages, of course, you can earn some RS Gold by selling your drinks.

Many drinks yield a temporary stat boost when a player drinks them, but for the most part, they do not have any healing properties. Mature Ales offer a more potent skill level boost than their non-mature variants.

To create Cider, bring 4 Buckets and 16 Apples to either the Keldagrim or Port Phasmatys brewery. Crush the Apples on the Cider Press to obtain Apple Mush, which must be collected in your empty Buckets.

Runescape: Brewing and Gnome Dishes

Add the buckets of Apple Mush to the Fermenting Vat, and then use some Ale Yeast on the Fermenting Vat. The Cider will then ferment, which can take quite awhile (24 hours or more). After it has finished fermenting, turn the valve on the Fermentation Vat and then collect the brew from the barrel using either Beer Glasses or Calquat Kegs. Each barrel will make 8 glasses of Cider.

Ales are also created in either one of the Breweries. Add two Buckets of Water, two Barley Malts, the main ingredient, and finally a Pot of Ale Yeast to the Fermenting Vat. The order is important! Then, simply wait for it to ferment, and then collect it following the steps above.

Gnome Dishes
Gnome foods and beverages are mainly involved in the Gnome Restaurant Activity, in which you take food orders from different NPCs, create the meal, and then deliver it. The various dishes you can create are made up of unconventional ingredients which are unique to Gnomic cuisine, and can be found in a cookbook which you can obtain from Aluft Gianne Sr. in the Tree Gnome Stronghold. After you offer your help to him, he will give you a series of dishes to prepare. Once he is satisfied that you are prepared, you can begin the Gnome Restaurant Activity!

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If you don’t want to loose your RS Gold, you should care about the thieves in the game – they would steal your money at any place, any time. Today I am going to show you two normal thieving – stall thieving and pick pocketing. Below is the details:

In the past, you could only thieve stalls in the city of Ardougne, however recently there have been many stall-thieving additions to the game. Stealing from stalls is a lot like chest looting; however, there are no traps on the stall. Instead, certain in game characters will be on the lookout for thieves like you and will fight you or knock you out if they catch you.

To thieve from a stall, right click and select “Steal from.” If nobody catches you in the act, you will take the items from the stall and they will appear in your inventory.

You may be caught by the stall owner or any guard type NPC surrounding the stall. To avoid this, try to stay out of their lines of sight.

Runescape: Stall Thieving And Pick Pocketing

When training the skill of thieving, the stall that require a high thieving level to steal from are not very useful because of their slow rates of respawn. I would recommend thieving from the Vegetable, Baker’s, Tea, Silk, Seed and Fur stalls for the best experience.

Pick pocketing is one of the major aspects of thieving since there are so many characters to pick pocket around RuneScape. To pick the pocket of a NPC, right click on it and select “Pickpocket.”

If you are successful, you will have gained some loot and thieving experience. If you fail, the NPC will stun you. When you are stunned, you will be unable to move.

Remember the higher the thieving level you have, the lower the chance that you will fail.

Pick pocketing will usually bring the best experience for thieving enthusiasts. The best NPC’s to thieve from for the most efficient training would be Men/Women, Warrior women, Warriors, Rogues, Master Farmers, Guards, Desert bandits, Knights of Ardougne, Yanille Watchmen and Paladins.

Runescape Drop Rate Guide

This is a Runescape Drop Rate Ultimate Guide, which would help you to save some Runescape Gold and show you how to drop rate works in the game.

I have created this Guide explaining how the drop rate system works in Runescape. The great majority of Runescape players do not know how the drop rate system works or they have a wrong idea of it. So I hope this simple yet basic guide will help to have a better understanding on Drop Rates. Enjoy

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Just about any Monster, Boss, Mini-Game or anything that has a chance of receiving an item has a Drop Table.

Runescape Drop Rate Guide

Always: This is a guaranteed drop.
Common: At most a 1 in 10
Uncommon: At most a 1 in 100
Rare: At most a 1 in 1,000
Very Rare: At most 1 in 10,000
Super Rare: Greater than a 1 in 10,000 chance
(Usually a 1 in 100,000 or a 1 in 1,000,000)

Items categorized under, Common / Uncommon / Rare / Very Rare/ and Super Rare, are all determined by the greatest chance of receiving them.

For example: If coins were classed as a common drop, that would mean that they can not exceed the 1/10 chance of receiving them. Jmods give each monsters a drop rate number for example the coins can be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10/10 but NOT 11/10. If it was 11 then it would not and can not be classed as common but instead another one of the 5 rarity.

A great way of explaining the rarity is with a dice. A dice with 10, 100, 1000, 10000, and 100,000 – 1/1,000,000 sides.
So for example lets use a dice that has 10 sides. You would need to land on the 1 specific side of a 10 sided dice in order to obtain the reward. Only 1 side on any dice may contain the drop and you must land on it in order to receive it

Runescape: Basic Smithing Guide

If you want to own best armour and weapons in the game, Runescape Gold can’y help you anymore – you’d better to forge armour and weapons by yourself with smithing skill, which is the art of turning metal bars into armour or weapons. It is a free to play skill so that means that everyone that plays RuneScape can do it.

As you gain a higher smithing level, you are able to make higher-level armour and weaponry. If you achieve a high smithing level you may never have to buy armour again. You can also make good money from having a high smithing level. You can even make a profit from a relatively low smithing level.

To start smithing, you will obviously need some metal ore to work with. The best way to obtain these ores is through mining rocks around RuneScape. For more information, visit the Mining skill guide. Another way to get ores is though buying them from other players. Keep in mind though that this can become very expensive. You can also buy ores and bars from the shop in the Dwarven Mines.

There are two parts to smithing. The first part is turning the ores into metal bars and the second art being turning the bars into metal creations.

To get a bar you need to smelt ores together in furnaces, which are marked by the Zybez RuneScape Help’s City Key of a Furnace icon on the minimap. Simply use one of the ores in you inventory on the furnace and a metal bar will be produced. If you are making a large number of bars, there is a much easier method. Right click on the furnace and select the ‘Smelt’ option which will bring up a number of bar options. Then by right clicking on the options you can select how many of each bar you would like to make. Remember that you still need to have all the right ores in your inventory.

Runescape: Basic Smithing Guide

There are many furnaces located all over RuneScape. Below is only a list of the popular furnace locations; however you can discover more on the RuneScape world map.

» Al-Kharid
» Falador
» Lumbridge
» Port Phasmatys (Members Only)
» Shilo Village (Members Only)
» Zanaris (The Lost City) (Members Only)
» The TzHaar (Members Only)
» Neitiznot (Fremennik Isles) (Members Only)

Now to turn your bars into useable armour or weapons you’ll need a hammer which can be bought from all general stores. When you have your metal bars and a hammer, find an anvil, which is indicated by the Zybez RuneScape Help’s City Key of an Anvil icon on the minimap. Use one of your metal bars on it. This will bring up a menu of the items you can make. By right-clicking on the options you can select how many you would like to make. Upon selection you will begin making your chosen weapon, armour, or item.

Zybez RuneScape Help’s Screenshot of a Person at a Anvil
Below is a list of the popular anvil locations around RuneScape. Varrock is by far the best location.

» Varrock West
» North of Falador
» Yanille (Members)
» Seers’ Village (Members)

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RuneScape Slayer Guide

Slayer is a skill in Runescape, which kills monsters to get Runescape Gold. This is a very special and difficult skill – not everyone can learn this. Unlike other skills in RuneScape where the training is repetitive, slayer is a very diverse skill.

Slayer is also a skill where you must prove yourself against many difficult monsters. Slayer awards experience based on the completion of certain tasks. If you want to explore the map whilst experiencing the thrills of combat, slaying is for you.

Another great reason to explore the slaying skill is slayer masters, who advise you on how to kill certain monsters. This information may help you in the future when entering the mysterious world of slaying.

The Process
To begin slaying you must talk to one of the slayer masters. Upon expressing interest in slaying, the slayer master will give you a slayer assignment. The slayer assignment will be to kill a certain number of a certain type of monster. Depending on the slayer master, your assignment could range from 12 birds to 190 dragons.

To help you on this assignment, the slayer master has also provided you with an “Enchanted Gem.” If you “Rub” the gem, you will be able to communicate with one of the slayer masters. They will tell you how many more monsters you have to kill, as well as the best techniques to use when fighting the monster. It is recommended that you always bring your gem along due to the information it provides. If you lose this gem, you can buy another one for 1gp from any slayer master.

RuneScape Slayer Guide

When you are done with your assignment, go back and talk to the slayer master for another one.

If you get a higher-level assignment that you are unhappy with, you can get a new, lower-level one from the Burthorpe slayer master, Turael. He only changes assignments offered by stronger slayer masters.

Slayer Masters
Around the RuneScape world, there are a number of slayer masters, which are all represented by the Zybez RuneScape Help’s City Key of a Slayer Master on the minimap. The tables below will tell you where they are located and what the difficulties of their assignments are. The list of monsters beside each master is the list of possible assignments the slayer master can give you.

Please note that you must have level 50 slayer and 100+ combat in order to use Duradel as your slayer master.

Slayer masters assign as few as 10 or as many as 199 monsters. The maximum number increases as you use higher level slayer masters. However, the minimum number does not increase, so it is possible to get 12 dark beasts from Duradel, or 12 birds from Turael (lowest slayer master).

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Runescape: Runecrafting

Do you heard about the Runecrafting, which is a free to play skill – don’t cost any Runescape Gold. It was released along with the completed version of RuneScape. Since then, a lot of players have taken the arduous task of binding their runes.

A few prefer to buy them from magic stores or attain them from monsters. Runecrafting allows players to craft the runes as long as you have the correct level and equipment to craft them – bind the power of the ancient runes with rune essence, which is mined within special locations around RuneScape that only certain magical beings can allow entrance to.

The only requirement for the Runecrafting skill is to complete the Rune Mysteries Quest. This quest begins on the second floor of Lumbridge Castle, by speaking with Duke Horacio.

Zybez RuneScape Help’s Screenshot of the Nature Rune Altar
Runecrafting is a long process; however the idea is quite unique. The first step is mining the rune essence needed in order to craft runes. The only place to get this rune essence is the rune essence mines which are only accessible through the powerful wizards of RuneScape. So to get to the rune essence mines you must talk to one of the following magicians.

Runescape: Runecrafting

Sedridor – Basement of the Wizards Tower
Aubury – Varrock Rune shop [Closest to bank - F2P]
Wizard Cromperty – East Ardougne
Wizard Distentor – The Head of the Magic Guild [Closest to bank - Members]
Brimstail – The Hollowed Rock in the south-west part of Tree Gnome Stronghold.
After arriving at the Rune Essence, find a mining spot and click “Mine”. There are two types of Rune Essence. All free players will get normal essence which can only be used to craft mind, body, air, water, earth and fire runes. Members with 30 mining or above will receive Pure Essence which can be used to create all runes. Note that you will receive the same experience, despite which type of essence you mine. You will automatically fill your inventory with these magical rocks. Once you are done, just enter a nearby portal, and you will be teleported back where you came from.

The next step is turning the rune essence into actual runes. Take the talisman of the rune you wish to make as well as your rune essence with you to the respective Runecrafting altar location and “Use” your talisman with the mysterious ruins. You will instantly be taken into the altar. Click “Craft” on the dolmen in the center of the altar and your rune essence will be turned into runes. To leave, simple use the portal you came in.

Repeating this process will raise your Runecrafting level and produce more runes.

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