Farming Ranarrs is a way to earn Runescape Gold. When you have absolutely everything, set off to the herb patch. Following shows how to grow them using the Troll Stronghold patch. There are two possible routes:

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Route one: Start at the number three, and the path is Cyan in color. To get to the starting point you must head through the path you went through to get to Troll Stronghold. You must then run past the thrower trolls and into the cave. The ladder is located near the first Troll General.

Route two: Starts at number one and is highly recommended. To get to the starting point you must use Trollheim teleport (requires 61 mage and completion of Eadger’s Ruse, also requires 44 agility) you then use the shortcuts down the mountain side to get to the base. Then run into the cave and to the ladder located near the first Troll General.

Congratulations! You are finally here at the herb patch! Now you must prepare the herb patch. This is done by raking the patch, then putting your compost down and finally planting the seed. Now you must wait 70 minutes for the plant to finish growing. When you harvest your Ranarr make sure you have Enchanted Secateurs wielded to increase the yield. You now have two choices:

Sell the Ranarr herbs as they are. You can expect around 7,000gp for each of your herbs. If you’ve followed the guide, you should have gotten around 5-10 Ranarrs, so then your money would be 35,000gp turnover with a 10,000gp profit. (Note: This is near minimum profit; you could get more RS Gold.)

The second choice makes more Runescape Gold, but requires level 38 Herblore. Once you have grown your Ranarrs, put them into water filled vials to make a Ranarr Potion. These can be sold for 8,500-10,000gp. As you can tell, the potions make a higher profit than just simply selling the individual herbs.


There are all sorts of ways to earn RS Gold in Runescape.  Ranarrs to make money is extremely easy, although there are a few requirements. Following shows how to grow them using the Troll Stronghold patch.

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To grow Ranarrs here you need at least level 32 Farming, at least 25,000gp to start, and completion of Troll Stronghold. It’s recommended to have 61 Magic for teleportation, a pair of Magic Secateurs to increase harvests, and completion of Eadgar’s Ruse.

First of all you need to purchase some Ranarr Seeds. They can be bought for 25,000-30,000gp each. Once you have your supercompost and seeds, we must set off for the herb patch. Here is the recommended inventory:

  • Ranarr Seeds to plant.
  • Some runes so to teleport in and out.
  • Some monkfish in case of an attack, either by troll or a random event.

When you have absolutely everything, set off to the herb patch. Learn more ways to earn Runescape Gold using many of the various skills in the game, please visit

Watch Runescape streams developer Q&A and check YouTube channel, for recap videos of streams you may have missed. Just in case you didn’t catch Tuesday’s Developer Q&A Special on Invention and Elite Skills, here’s a video recap.

If you’re a fan of Treasure Trails, then we’ve got something in store you’ll love. Mod James will be making bespoke map clues and getting you to find the treasure (i.e. membership and Bonds) – so get your spades out and your puzzle-solving hats on!

Following are other news this week:

  • Join Mods James, Pi, Kelpie and Stu on the sofa this week, as well as the Raids team.
  • Grand Exchange functions have been expanded and improved. Thanks Ninjas!
  • Two new transaction slots, one for everyone, one for members.
  • The Grand Exchange and Sale History interfaces have been merged. Look out for further tweaks to the interface in the future.
  • Buy offer searches now include inventory-style icons.
  • Companion App GE functionality has been updated accordingly.
  • Grab Shadow Hero packs on Solomon’s Store while you can. They’re leaving the store after this week.

Enjoy some expeditious adventures this week, and get ready to explore Mazcab from next Monday’s update. Giving views about Runescape by Leaving comments below.

Some people think that the Runescape just waste time and Runescape Gold, just let you indulge in the virtual world and lose yourself. In other words, Runescape just give players enthusiasm from game, and playing Runescape is a way of wasting life. So, is it really?

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Obviously, value of the Runescape more than it. If you are a Runescape fans, you will know the Runescape gives you a lot of positive things, including quick reaction capability, coordination, wisdom, patience and passion for life. I can not say that you will become super man because of playing Runescape, but I believe that the Runescape will give you a lot of powerful character.

Runescape is not a game that just need to spent time. If you want to become a master, you should have good coordination skills and ability to judge accurately, because you always have to know where to find food, how to get the experience, and when trading RS Gold. In addition, you should also have so much patience to wait for the upgrade that their role has become very powerful. So, Runescape is a very great game.

After all, the game world is different from the real world, and not every game rules is suitable the real world. We ask that you exercise caution when attempting any of this in the real world, and by that we mean that we hope you make your inevitable failure amusing to watch. Thank you, and have a nice day!

The art of Combat plays a large role in Runescape. You can loot valuable rewards to trade Runescape Gold From your enemies by combat. Besides, Combat does have its perks, having the ability to wear stronger equipment is other superiority.

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There are dangerous creatures wandering throughout the land, quests which require you to slay deadly bosses, and Player vs. Player Activities where you’ll be fighting against formidable opponents. You will face them during your combat.

Combat makes up a large part of Runescape, involving 8 of the 24 skills, and widely popular among players. Combat is the use of these skills to attack other Non-Player Characters, or other Players. The skills used in Combat are as follows: Attack, Defence, Strength, Ranged, Prayer, Magic, Summoning, Constitution.

These eight skills are the foundation of combat, all of them widely used in all forms. Originally, combat levels were capped at 126. However, in January of 2008, summoning was released. This skill being counted toward your combat level, the cap was therefore raised to 138.

The Evolution of Combat, released late November 2012, changed the combat formula once again. It was raised to 200 and could be found by adding your defence level to your highest combat skill and then adding two.

With the release of Legacy Mode, combat levels have been reverted back to the old cap of 138. Skills, such as Magic and Range, now play a bigger role in how your combat level is calculated. Combat levels in Oldschool Runescape are capped at 126. They take all skills into account apart from Summoning as it hadn’t yet been released.

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Cooking is one of the most important skills in Runescape. Everyone needs food to live, and that’s what this skill provides. Besides, you can earn Runescape Gold by trading food. You won’t be able to cook the best food that heals 230 Life Points (LP) right from the start, but it doesn’t take long before you get up there.

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When using a cooking range, you will burn food less often than you would when using a fire. In addition, when using the range found in Lumbridge castle, you will burn certain lower-level dishes even less often. The fastest cooking location for members is in the Rogues’ Den under the pub in Burthorpe. Emerald Benedict acts as your bank, and there is an eternal fire right near him.

Cooking food can be done in 2 ways. One is to get your hatchet out of the bank, chop some trees and light the logs with a tinderbox to cook your food on a fire. Tinderboxes can be found pretty much at any General Store in RuneScape, and there is one on your toolbelt by default.

The second way is to cook on a range, fireplace or cooking pot found inside buildings scattered around RuneScape. Note that only meat, fish, vegetables and tea can be cooked on a fire or in a fireplace. Using a range is supposed to burn less food than using a fire.

To cook an item, just click on it, then click on the heat source (range, fire or fireplace). You can also cook multiple items at the same time. Whenever you have more than one raw item of the same kind in your inventory, and click to use it on a heat source, you will see a popup dialog confirming how many you want to cook with a slider at the bottom. By default it will be set to cook them all, but you can choose any quantity you like. You can also hit space bar on the keyboard instead of clicking to confirm.

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