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  1. Huge shout out to Noah and other staff for hosting this event. Another HUGE shoutout to anyone and everyone that partook in livening up the forums! Don't forget to keep posting anything in appropriate sub-forums and keep the forums active!
  2. Hello all, Justin/Gruhnaydes here. Figured i'd make a short post about my current Goals on both of my accounts, plus a Bank picture of each! I'll start off with my main, Gruhnaydes. It is a Standard Mode, 100x Account with $50 Donator Rank Goals: Max Cape All Achievements Done (32/72) All Diaries Done (1/11) Full Elite Void Kill at least (1) of every Boss Collection Log Complete Infernal Cape Bank: Justin - Rogue Ironman, 5x - $10 Donator Rank Goals: Max Cape Best in Slot for Magic, Melee, and Range Full Elite Void All Achievements Done (42/72) All Diaries Done (0/11) Kill at least (1) of every Boss Collection Log Complete Infernal Cape Bank: In-progress
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    I support this! Not only would it increase Wildy activity, but would also make it more challenging, for better rewards.
  4. I aspire to be like you one day. I'm currently running similar goals on my Rogue Ironman once I max. I may use this as motivation to try and catch up to you!
  5. Welcome to the server, Sheets! We're glad to have you here, and hope you enjoy your stay! Feel free to reach out to me, or any member of staff if you ever need any assistance!
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    Barrelchest Guide

    This is very controversial. Why yes, it can easily be safe spotted, there's still some new players that aren't very knowledgeable on good, best in slot gear, and adding some different set up scenarios to maximize DPS would be an ideal addition to the guide.
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    Take out the Wildy Keys, and add in the rewards from PvP shop (with a very increased point purchase amount) and I think it would be a very good idea.
  8. I think some scaling needs to be looked into. I've personally never done ToB on OSRS, nor any other Private Server, but after running a couple on my main, I saw people talking about only using 1 or 2 Saradomin Brews per run in a 5 man group, which doesn't make it seem like an "endgame" difficulty - especially for the items obtainable.
  9. Starting off Smithing is a very in-depth comprehensive skill. Every level you gain, is a new item unlocked. You can use the skill to obtain the worst armor in the game, all the way up to good armor, and even ammunition used in Ranging Smithing is a skill that is trained from the results of Mining How do I start Smithing? Smithing is very easy to start off and only requires two items - A hammer and a completed bar You can obtain bars by Smelting ores together to make the appropriate bar. This portion will be discussed later. To obtain a Hammer, you’ll want to head over to the Skilling Island. You can get here either by using the ::skill command, or by navigating the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island Once there, you’ll want to talk to “Shop Keeper” and purchase a hammer for 1gp each How do I train Smithing? Once you have your hammer, your best bet is to stockpile an adequate amount of ores to begin Smelting You can find both a furnace, and an anvil at ::skill, right outside the hut When smelting, you do gain experience from successfully creating bars The levels required to smelt bars, as well as items needed are as follow; Bronze - level 1 Copper ore + Tin ore Iron - level 15 Iron ore Steel - level 30 Iron ore + Coal Gold - level 40 Gold ore Mithril - level 55 Mithril ore + Coal Adamant - level 70 Adamant ore + Coal Runite - level 85 Rune ore + coal Thankfully Noah has been kind, and only requires we use 1 coal per ore, meaning you use a lot less coal when smelting the higher tier bars Once you have completed bars, and a hammer in your inventory, it’s time to start smithing the bars into items (weapons, armor, ammunition pieces) This next part is going to be lazily made, as it’s easier to screenshot a bigger database than type it all out manually Bronze: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Smithing#Bronze Iron: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Smithing#Iron Steel: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Smithing#Steel Mithril: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Smithing#Mithril Adamant: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Smithing#Adamant Rune: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Smithing#Rune When it comes to training Smithing, the quickest method known is smithing the highest tier item you can, using the appropriate bar. With platebodies being the best XP Another common thing to do is turning the bars into Dart Tips, to aid in training the Fletching skill, which can in return be used for the Range skill An in-depth Fletching guide can be found here: https://www.xeros.io/index.php?/topic/216-in-depth-fletching-guide/ Achievements for Smithing There is not currently an outfit set for Smithing Easy, Smithing Task I Smelt/Smith 1,000 Bars 350K GP, 300 Mithril Bars Medium, Intermediate Smith Smelth/Smith 2,500 Bars 1,250K GP, 300 Adamant Bars Hard, Expert Smith Smelth/Smith 5,000 Bars 1,000K GP, 300 Rune Bars After you have obtained level 99 Smithing, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
  10. Starting off Mining is an easy, but lengthy skill to train. When training Mining, you are using a Pickaxe to mine raw material (rocks) in order to smelt it into valuable bars These materials do become beneficial when training the Smithing skill In-depth Smithing Guide found here: https://www.xeros.io/index.php?/topic/222-in-depth-smithing-guide/ How do I start Mining? The easiest, and most convenient place to start is at the ::skill teleport. You can also get there by using the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island The Skilling Island houses all rocks necessary to mine all the way up to 99, except the exclusion of Amethyst which can be mined at 92. Once you get to Skilling Island, it is advised to go to the Hut area, just North of the teleport location. Once at the Hut, trade the Shop Keeper, to purchase different tier pickaxes Bronze - level 1 1gp each Iron - level 1 140gp each Steel - level 6 500gp each Mithril - level 21 1,300gp each Adamant - level 31 3,200gp each Rune - level 41 32,000gp each To note, there are Dragon Pickaxes in game, and require level 61. They are obtained either through the Wilderness Bosses, purchased from other Players, or different types of boxes around the game. How do I train Mining? Once you’ve got your pickaxes, and are ready to start training, you’ll want to head to the Southwest corner of the Island, where Copper, Tin, Iron and Gold are located. There is also a Deposit Box here for easy banking Once you’ve reached the appropriate level to advance to higher tier ore, you’ll want to head to the Northwest section of the island, where you can find the higher tier rocks at. These namely being Coal, Mithril, Adamant, and Rune, as well as Gem Rocks. Use the bank in the hut for convenient banking Levels required for each ore are as follow; Copper - level 1 Tin - level 1 Iron - level 10 Coal - level 30 Gold - level 40 Gem rocks - level 40 Mith - level 55 Adamant - level 70 Rune - level 85 When training Mining, it is advised to mine the highest level ore available, and mining coal when necessary to train the Smithing skill. It’s also advised to bank ANY and ALL ores you obtain to help with the Smithing skill How do I access Amethyst? To access the Amethyst mines, you’ll want to speak to Gadrin. He can be found at ::skill wandering around the Mining area Once you speak to him, he will teleport you to the Amethyst Mines. Once at the Amethyst mines, you’ll go south into the Alcove where the rocks can be mined. Donator Area Mining If you are lucky enough to be a Donator, you can use the ::dz teleport to get to the Donator Island. There, you have access to more high tier rocks, with a closer bank. Achievements for Mining After a certain amount of trees rocks mined, you gain a reward, that includes the outfit pieces. When using the Prospector outfit, each piece gives 1% Bonus XP on top of Base XP. Easy, Mining Task I Mine 1,000 Rocks 100K GP, Prospector Helmet, Prospector Boots Medium, Intermediate Miner Mine 2,500 Rocks 400K GP, Prospector Legs Hard, Expert Miner Mine 5,000 Rocks 2,500K GP, Prospector Jacket After you have obtained level 99 Mining, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
  11. Starting off Cooking is a useful skill, in which it provides you with cooked fish, that heals Hitpoints, and is fairly easy to train. During your training, you’ll be cooking Raw Fish, which is earned through the Fishing skill In-depth Fishing Guide found here: https://www.xeros.io/index.php?/topic/219-in-depth-fishing-guide/ Where do I train Cooking? Cooking can easily be trained at any range or fire in Xeros. The easiest, and most convenient place to start is at the ::skill teleport. You can also get there by using the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island At the hut, there is a cooking range close to a bank Here, you can cook any and all raw fish, granted you have the required level. There is also another Range area at ::dz with a bank nearby Definitely take advantage of this if you have Donator status How do I train Cooking? Once you have an adequate supply of raw fish, you’ll begin your cooking. Take an inventory of raw fish, and click on the range. It will begin cooking the fish automatically, until your inventory is complete. The levels required to cook the fish are as follow; Shrimp - level 1 Sardine - level 1 Anchovies - level 1 Herring - level 5 Trout - level 15 Pike - level 20 Salmon - level 25 Tuna - level 30 Karambwan - level 30 Lobster - level 40 Swordfish - level 45 Monkfish - level 62 Shark - level 80 Anglerfish - level 84 Dark Crab - level 90 Best method is cooking the highest level fish you are able to. To note, you do burn fish on here, so getting over the level required for the fish is highly suggested to lessen the chance of burning fish Achievements for Cooking There is not currently an outfit set for Cooking Easy, Cooking Task I Cook 1,000 Fish 50,000gp, 100 Cooked Karambwan Medium, Intermediate Chef Cook 2,500 Fish 350K GP, 75 Anglerfish Hard, Expert Chef Cook 5,000 Fish 1,000K GP, 350 Anglerfish After you have obtained level 99 Cooking, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
  12. Starting off Fishing is an easy and AFKable skill to train. During your training, you’ll collect raw fish, which can aid in the training of Cooking In-depth Cooking Guide found here: https://www.xeros.io/index.php?/topic/220-in-depth-cooking-guide/ How do I start Fishing? The easiest, and most convenient place to start is at the ::skill teleport. You can also get there by using the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island Once there, you’ll want to trade the Fishing Store. He can sell you any and all fishing supplies Items and prices are as follow; Small fishing net - 5gp each Big fishing net - 20gp each Fishing rod - 5gp each Fly fishing rod - 5gp each Harpoon - 5gp each Karambwan vessel - 9,000gp each Raw karambwanji - 900gp each Dark fishing bait - 1gp each Lobster pot - 20gp each Fishing bait - 3gp each Sandworms - 90gp each Feather - 36gp each Raw shrimps - 5gp each Raw trout - 20gp each Raw lobster - 487gp each I suggest buying one of each item, minus the raw foods, and multiple of the “stackable” items (bait, feathers, etc..) How do I train Fishing? There’s two major spots where you can train Fishing First one being at ::skill Going from right to left will be the following information Which action, Fish Obtained, Item Required, Level Required Small Net, Shrimp, Small Fishing Net - level 1 Bait, Sardine, Fishing Rod + Bait - level 5 Bait, Herring, Fishing Rod + Bait - level 10 Small Net, Anchovy, Small Fishing Net - level 15 Lure, Trout, Fly Fishing Rod + Feather - level 20 Bait, Pike, Fishing Rod + Bait - level 25 Lure, Salmon, Fly Fishing Rod + Feather - level 30 Harpoon, Tuna, Harpoon - level 30 Cage, Lobster, Lobster Pot - level 40 Harpoon, Swordfish, Harpoon - level 50 Small Net, Monkfish, Small Fishing Net - level 62 Harpoon, Shark, Harpoon - level 76 Then, if you’re a donator, you can access ::dz where there’s fishing spots, some exclusive to Donators only Going from right to left will be the following information Which action, Fish Obtained, Item Required, Level Required Small Net, Monkfish, Small Fishing Net - level 62 Harpoon, Shark, Harpoon - level 76 Fish, Dark Crab, Lobster Pot + Dark Fishing Bait - level 85 Bair, Anglerfish, Fishing Rod + Sandworms - level 82 Fish, Karambwan, Karambwan Vessel + Raw Karambwanji - level 65 Best method for training is fishing the highest level fish available. Achievements for FishingThere are currently no Achievements for Fishing.If you have any ideas or suggestions for this, in terms of tasks and rewards, please feel free to post in the suggestions part of Forums, or on Discord! After you have obtained level 99 Fishing, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
  13. Starting off The Crafting skill is a very in-depth and versatile skill that can be used for a wide range of things. It can be used simply to string balls of wool, or even bow string all the way up to making high-tier Dragonhide Armor and Onyx Jewelry Where do I start Crafting? There’s a couple of different ways of starting crafting. The easiest method would be going to see “Tanner” the Crafting and Tanner NPC. He can be found at the Skilling Island You can get here either by using the ::skill command, or by navigating the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island Once there, go to the Hut, and trade Tanner In his shop, you can get low to high tier Crafting items Items and pricing are as follow; Chisel - 20gp each Necklace mould - 5gp each Ring mould - 5gp each Amulet mould - 5gp each Uncut sapphire - 500gp each Uncut emerald - 1,300gp each Uncut ruby - 2,000gp each Uncut diamond - 3,500gp each Uncut dragonstone - 6,500gp each Sapphire - 400gp each Emerald - 1,000gp each Ruby - 1,500gp each Diamond - 2,500gp each Dragonstone - 5,000gp each Thread - 1gp each Needle - 1gp each Cowhide - 1gp each Molten Glass - 4,565gp each Glassblowing pipe - 2gp each Bow string - 10gp each Sinew - 2gp each Tanner can also be used to turn hides into tanned, workable versions. He can tan anything from Cowhide and Snakehide, all the way to Dragonhide. How do I train Crafting? As mentioned before, there is a lot you can do with the Crafting skill, meaning there’s a lot of different level requirements. I’m only going to be covering Armour crafting (with hides) and Jewelry (cutting gems and creating) just because those are the two most common methods on the server. Making Armor To make armor, first you need tanned leather, a needle, and at least 1 thread *per piece of armor* but it’s wise to carry more than one piece of thread on you. Use Tanner to tan all hides into workable leather To make different armor pieces you either need Soft or Hard leather, or Tanned Dragonhide You can easily obtain cowhide to turn into soft or hard leather via Tanner. To obtain dragonhides, you’ll have to kill the corresponding dragon for their hide, or certain NPCs do drop them as well. Soft Leather Armor and Levels Leather Gloves - Level 1 Leather Boots - Level 7 Leather Cowl - Level 9 Leather Vambraces - Level 11 Leather Body - Level 14 Leather Chaps - Level 18 All require 1x Leather per item Hard Leather Armor and Levels Hard Leather Body - Level 28 Coif - Level 38 All require 1x Hard Leather per item Green Dragonhide Armor and Levels Green Dragonhide Vambraces - Level 57 Requires 1x Dragonhide Green Dragonhide Chaps - Level 60 Requires 2x Dragonhide Green Dragonhide Body - Level 63 Requires 3x Dragonhide Blue Dragonhide Armor and Levels Blue Dragonhide Vambraces - Level 66 Requires 1x Dragonhide Blue Dragonhide Chaps - Level 68 Requires 2x Dragonhide Blue Dragonhide Body - Level 71 Requires 3x Dragonhide Red Dragonhide Armor and Levels Red Dragonhide Vambraces - Level 73 Requires 1x Dragonhide Red Dragonhide Chaps - Level 75 Requires 2x Dragonhide Red Dragonhide Body - Level 77 Requires 3x Dragonhide Black Dragonhide Armor and Levels Black Dragonhide Vambraces - Level 79 Requires 1x Dragonhide Black Dragonhide Chaps - Level 82 Requires 2x Dragonhide Black Dragonhide Body - Level 84 Requires 3x Dragonhide Crafting Armor is a useful, and efficient way to train the Crafting skill, but it requires a lot of prep work to get the leather required, as well as tanning them. Cutting Gems Cutting gems is pretty straightforward. It’s the process of using a chisel on an uncut variant of a gem to get a cut version in return Different gems require different levels Those levels are as follow; Opal - Level 1 Jade - Level 13 Sapphire - Level 20 Emerald - Level 27 Ruby - Level 34 Diamond - Level 43 Dragonstone - Level 55 Onyx - Level 67 To note, I did leave out Red Topaz, just because the uncut version is not obtainable in game Making Jewelry Making Jewelry is fairly simple as well. It’s done using the Jewelry Oven at ::skill To do this, you’ll need the corresponding mould (Amulet, Ring or Necklace), 1 gold bar and 1 cut gem. You are able to make 13 pieces of Jewelry per inventory When you have the above mentioned items in your inventory, simply left-click on the Jewelry Oven, and select the correct piece of Jewelry The following levels, by corresponding jewelry piece, are as follow; Rings Sapphire Ring - level 20 Emerald Ring - level 27 Ruby Ring - level 34 Diamond Ring - level 43 Onyx Ring - level 67 I did leave out the Dragonstone Ring, as you are unable to make it in-game due to it corresponding with the Ring of Wealth, which is a valuable item Necklace Sapphire Necklace - level 22 Emerald Necklace - level 29 Ruby Necklace - level 40 Diamond Necklace - level 56 Dragonstone Necklace - level 72 Onyx Necklace - level 82 Amulet Sapphire Amulet - level 24 Emerald Amulet - level 31 Ruby Amulet - level 50 Diamond Amulet - level 70 Dragonstone Amulet - level 80 Onyx Amulet - level 90 When creating Jewelry pieces, it is advised to make Amulets, as they give the best XP per gem/bar When you do create Onyx jewelry pieces, they do come pre-enchanted, meaning if you make an Onyx Amulet, you do not need to enchant it for an Amulet of Fury Achievements for HunterThere are currently no Achievements for Crafting.If you have any ideas or suggestions for this, in terms of tasks and rewards, please feel free to post in the suggestions part of Forums, or on Discord! After you have obtained 99 Crafting, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
  14. Starting off Firemaking is a skill that is trained as a result of Woodcutting An in-depth Woodcutting guide can be found here: https://www.xeros.io/index.php?/topic/215-in-depth-woodcutting-guide/ How do I start Firemaking? To start firemaking, all you need is a tinderbox, and logs To get the tinderbox required for Firemaking, you’ll want to head over to the Skilling Island. You can get here either by using the ::skill command, or by navigating the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island Once there, talk to “Shop Keeper” and purchase a Tinderbox for 1gp each How do I train Firemaking? Once you’ve obtained your Tinderbox and Logs, you’ll want to find a spread out area with a decent amount of open land, and a bank nearby. Most notable areas are Camelot Bank and Varrock Banks as they have straight paths that logs can be burnt on. Once you have the items in your inventory, it’s a simple process of using the Tinderbox on the logs until it is lit and a fire has been made on the ground, then repeating until no more logs are on your inventory Different logs require different levels, and the same levels are common in Woodcutting Level requirements are as follow; Normal Logs - Level 1 Oak Logs - Level 15 Willow Logs - Level 30 Maple Logs - Level 45 Yew Logs - Level 60 Magic Logs - Level 75 Redwood Logs - Level 90 Best training method is using the highest level log you can, all the way to 99. Achievements for Firemaking After a certain amount of logs burned, you gain a reward, that includes the outfit pieces. When using the Pyromancer outfit, each piece gives 1% Bonus XP on top of Base XP. Easy, Firemaking Task I Light 500 Logs 10,000 GP, Pyromancer Boots Medium, Intermediate Pyro Light 1,000 Logs 500K GP, Pyromancer Robe, Pyromancer Garb Hard, Expert Pyro Light 2,500 Logs 1,000K GP, Pyromancer Hood, Warm Gloves After you have obtained level 99 Firemaking, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
  15. Starting off Fletching is a skill that is trained from the results of Woodcutting An in-depth Woodcutting guide can be found here: https://www.xeros.io/index.php?/topic/215-in-depth-woodcutting-guide/ The Fletching skill is a result of taking a log, and turning it into an unstrung bow, then adding a bow string to it to make a completed, usable bow. You can also make arrow shafts from the logs, which are in returned used with feathers to make headless arrows, and paired with arrowtips to make arrows Another common method is feathering dart tips How do I start Fletching? Fletching can be started anywhere in Xeros, but is commonly trained at banks, so you can obtain a new inventory of items to fletch. Starting out, you need Logs of different tiers, either obtained through Woodcutting, or by other Players. Once you have a log of the required level, you use a knife on it, to either turn into arrow shafts, or more commonly unstrung bows, then using a bowstring to make a completed bow If you opt to make arrow shafts, you’ll need feathers to use on them, to make headless arrows which in return can be used to make arrows. Another method of training Fletching is by feathering dart tips, which can be done a lot quicker than making unstrung bows, and this is commonly the more trained method as it results in higher XP/hour yields. To get the knife or feathers required for Fletching, you’ll want to head over to the Skilling Island. You can get here either by using the ::skill command, or by navigating the Teleport Interface > Skilling > Skilling Island Once there, you’ll want to talk to “Shop Keeper” and purchase either a Knife or multiple Feathers Knife - 6gp each Feathers - 36gp each How do I train Fletching? Once you have obtained your knife, and logs you’ll want to start crafting them into resources Levels for each log, and either shortbow/longbow to cut or string are as follow; Headless Arrow - Level 1 Shortbow - Level 5 Longbow - Level 10 Oak Shortbow - Level 20 Oak Longbow - Level 25 Willow Shortbow - Level 35 Willow Longbow - Level 40 Maple Shortbow - Level 50 Maple Longbow - Level 55 Yew Shortbow - Level 65 Yew Longbow - Level 70 Magic Shortbow - Level 80 Magic Longbow - Level 85 In order to make Darts, the level structure is a little different. Level requirements are as follow; Bronze Dart - Level 1 Iron Dart - Level 22 Steel Dart - Level 37 Mithril Dart - Level 52 Adamant Dart - Level 67 Rune Dart - Level 71 Dragon Dart - Level 95 The most commonly known way of training Fletching is making the unstrung bows, as it’s decent XP and easily AFKable. After cutting logs, you can go the extra mile to string them using bow string, but gathering the bow string can be slow, and not always worthwhile. The fastest way of training Fletching is by feathering dart tips. It is not AFK, but it’s much faster XP rates and the items to do so can be gathered a lot faster. Achievements for Fletching There are not currently any outfit pieces for fletching, but there are tasks to complete. Easy, Fletching Task I Fletching 1,000 Logs 100K GP, 150 Maple Longbow (u), 100 Bow string Medium, Intermediate Fletchinger Fletch 2,500 Logs 500K GP, 225 Yew Longbow (u) Hard, Expert Fletcher Fletch 5,000 Logs 1,000K GP, 750 Magic Longbow (u), 200 Bow string After you have obtained 99 Fletching, you can use the ::maxisland teleport to purchase the cape from the Wise Old Man If you feel there is any wrong information, or anything that I have missed in this guide, feel free to reach out to me via Forums, on Discord, or in-game so I can review and correct the information
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