I used to play with on dial up and it had been a Pent II duo core 2 gb from Sunxuemei's blog



I used to play with OSRS gold on dial up and it had been a Pent II duo core 2 gb CPU and only 2 gb of RAM - Todays games barefly work on that old minimal tech - lol. High speed internet - and I live on the West side of the USA and there's frequently a lot of lag to farm -

Maybe there've been tto several ferns, brush, running animals and huge tree upgrades that choke the servers as most of this new uneccasary tourist scene loads? Maybe - - but what could I know, I am just a client. A customer that requires a cheat dart to kill a boss I have almost killed several times - I am just not quickly enough to complete.

First of all, do not use another font. Comic sans isn't cool. We're used to studying the standard font, and so while you are likely trying to make things simpler to read or whatever, you should not. It distracts from the post. Now, on to your question. I won't answer that. Instead, I'd like to mention that by far the best way of earning cash from clue scrolls would be to perform level 1 scrolls. This is as they're much quicker to find and finish, and still have the potential to find great rewards, most notably god pages but also things like purple candies and so on. A couple of bits of the trimmed gear can also be in high demand, such as magician (g), and these also can only be located in level 1 scrolls.

Having a bank full of all of the clothing requirements (I would gather them as you go along, but you can purchase them all ahead ) and teleports to each of the places (along with a manual until your memory is perfect), you should be able to make 500k-1M/hr on average. Note that the majority of this may come from an extra lucky scroll every few hours or so, where you'll get a god webpage cheap RS gold or some desired bit of trimmed gear.

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