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I’m sure you’ve already heard about them or already familiar with them, Runescape bonds. Runescape bonds are in-game items that you can purchase with money. The Runescape bonds were released on 30 March in 2015. Jagex made bonds so players can buy Runescape gold with real money, because you can simply buy as much bonds as you want and sell them on the Grand Exchange for Runescape gold. The price of one Runescape bond is $6.99. You can sell the Runescape bond in-game for approximately 3 million GP. You can also redeem it for membership, when redeeming one Runescape bond you’ll get 14 days of membership, when redeeming two Runescape bonds you’ll get 29 days of membership, and when redeeming three Runescape bonds you’ll get 45 days of membership, which is a total of 3 days extra when compared to redeeming the bonds separately.Read More →
Good news for people who play Runescape 3, players will be able to consider the newest version of Runescape as a mobile game in the near future, instead of Old School Runescape only. It has been a long time since the initial release date of Runescape, 17 years ago to be more specific. Who thought that after 17 years you could play Runescape on the go with your mobile phone? The time has finally come, after a lot of delays and technical difficulties we're finally coming very close to the official release. The official release was scheduled in 2017 at first, but Jagex's team simply couldn't seem to achieve that so fast.Read More →
The Barrows minigame is a combat minigame released by Jagex on the 9th of May in 2005. In the Barrows minigame you can get valuable rewards which is why a lot of players play the minigame for making GP, and in general the purpose of the minigame is to kill the Barrows brothers and hope for good loot. There are six Barrows brothers: Ahrim the Blighted, Dharok the Wretched, Guthan the Infested, Karil the Tainted, Torag the Corrupted and Verac the Defiled. Each Barrows brother has a combat level of 115 (except for the level 98 Ahrim the Blighted and Karil the Tainted) and has its own strengths and weaknesses.Read More →
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On the 5th of September Jagex released the Nightmare Zone minigame in an update. Since then a lot of Old School Runescape players have been participating in the minigame with (mainly) as purpose to train their combat skills. The Nightmare Zone is a safe minigame so you won't lose any items upon death. The concept of the Nightmare Zone minigame is that you're fighting bosses from quests that you've fought before in a dream. You have three game modes in the NMZ: practice, endurance, and rumble. The minigame is run by Dominic Onion, a mage from Lunar Isle. The easiest and fastest way to get to the NMZ minigame is by using the teleport option in your minigame tab.Read More →
There are tons of skills you can train in Old School Runescape, both combat and non-combat skills. When you train non-combat skills, for example, Herblore, Agility, Woodcutting, Cooking, Mining, Smithing etc, people call it "skilling". I'm sure you've seen some skillers already in Runescape 2007, accounts with a combat level of 3 and high overall stats except for combat skills. In this article you'll learn more about the easiest skills to level up to 99, the best moneymaking skills, and some flipping.Read More →