So yeah, my friend Mitch conducts his own clan and following is a short guide he posted on his forums. It is really basic so that's why I didn't post this at the manuals forum - since I don't think this will end up a real manual but exactly like a very simple How-to... I haven't been playing RS much to get a high enough dungeoneering level to RuneScape gold demonstrate my concept, but I'm pretty sure it's true because I have talked to a number of the folks on the dungeoneering highscores and they explained that it was precisely what they did as well. As you all know, reset every time you finish flooring 1 to maximum, then repeat.
Anyhow, the gameplay: The most absolutely fastest way to get dungeoneering xp would be to play on a team of 2 or 3 individuals on a dungeon made for ONE person. Yes you read that properly. Little dungeon, designed for 1 person. GUIDE MODE ON. NEVER solve or open rooms which are not highlighted (that is why manual mode is on) because that'll render more monsters undefeated and consequently giving you a lower score. RUSH through every puzzle, never bothering to kill any monsters unless it is a guardian room. NEVER bother making armour or potions, unless you plan on binding it.
Have one person responsible for buying pick, vial, tinderbox, and hatchet at the start of every point to use on particular doors. Whenever someone finds the boss, they telephone BOSS to another players, everyone check their map, and rush on to have the boss in moments. NEVER idle with a secret. If you pick up a key, run about and find the door that it opens with your own map. If it's not a emphasized room, you do not want the key. If you follow this strategy you'll be able to complete each floor in an average of 3 minutes per day.
The price of items on the Grand Exchange is allegedly determined by demand and supply. But sometimes demand and supply doesn't seem to matter. First examples I can think of: Full set of black armour (8,873 gp). Whenever I sell a set of full black armour on the Grand Exchange, it never lasts for at least a second before it's sold. It consistently sells for maximum price. But try purchasing a complete set of black armour in the Grand Exchange, and you'll discover there's no supply. I frequently see people saying"buying full black" in the Grand Exchange. Demand greatly exceeds demand, however, the G.E. cost does not go up. It's been like that for a long time.
Cheese never lasts longer than a second once you set it available, before it is successfully sells. The demand far exceeds the supply.
Other instances: Pie dish (103 gp). Blue magician hat (102 gp). And until very recently, redberries were repaired at 102 gp even though demand far exceeded supply. For a long time, blue dye and yellowish dye were Grand-Exchange-priced much lower than demand might suggest. Little fishing net (140 gp). Bronze arrows never endure for Old School RS Gold more than a moment when you place them up for sale into the Grand Exchange. Why does the Grand Exchange price sometimes not adapt to reflect demand and supply? Insert any other instances you need that also show the Grand Exchange price does not appear to adjust accordingly to present demand and supply.
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