Archive for September, 2010

Runescape Guide for Attack

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Luminescent icefiend

According to the smuggler, the icefiend uses magic and ranged attacks with equal proficiency. Its special attack makes icicles fall on you, and is extremely powerful. The special attack begins when the icefiend encases itself in ice, and you see something elevates from it. To avoid its special attack, run around until the attack ceases (preferably in circles to avoid running where you’ve already been. If you get hit, you will lose a lot of life points, but never enough to kill you, although the icefiend’s regular attack following it might kill you. We provide Runescape powerleveling for you.

11 Plane-freezer Lakhrahnaz

Strong against magic and range attack, weak against melee. However, he is in an ice-covered room which makes it hard for melee fighters to move around. It will occasionally push players backwards, so just slide back to it and continue fighting. It uses a mix of ranged, magic and melee attacks in Runescape. It is effective for members to use a melee summon, which will not be affected by the ice.
 

17 To’Kash the Bloodchiller

Uses melee and magic attacks in game(runescape money). Weak against magic, especially fire based spells. Its special attack will encase you in ice. To’Kash will then break the ice, dealing somewhat high damage in the process. If you’re part of a team, a team member can break you free from the ice, which will not deal any damage at all and help you save food. It may also drain your prayer points, but only if you are using a protection prayer, so you can still use other prayers without having it drained. Before he uses the prayer drain attack.
 

Runescape: Combat Triangle Statues

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Required skills inRunescape: Crafting, Mining.
Required items: Pickaxe, Hammer, Chisel (found on the ground)

Pick up the chisel on the ground. Mine the crumbling wall. You should only need 1 stone block. There are 3 statues, and one must have a staff, one a bow and one a sword. Find out which one the unarmed statue doesn’t have, and make that weapon. Then arm the statue.

Tip: Drop the chisel once you’re done to save inventory space. 10 statue weapons (2 rows of statues)
Required skills: Crafting, Mining.
Required items: Pickaxe, Hammer, Chisel (found on the ground)

Pick up the chisel on the ground. Mine the crumbling wall. You need at least 5 stone(runescape money) blocks. Arm the statue. The correct weapon is the weapon which would beat the opposite statue (combat triangle). If the opposite statue has a staff, you need to arm the statue with a bow. If it has a bow, you need to make a sword. If it has a sword, make a staff.

Repeat the process until all 5 statues are armed. If you don’t arm the statues with the correct weapons in game(Runescape powerleveling), you will have to try again until you get it right. As you may fail when crafting the rocks, destroying the rock in the progress, stand by the crumbling wall when crafting the weapons to save running back and forth.

Tip: Drop the chisel once you’re done to save inventory space.

4Story Guide for Attack Skills

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Attack Skills

As a Defence warrior(4story gold) you only focus on the left skill tree, the right side is for Beserkers.
 
Forcefull Spirit
Its a good damage attack skill, must have skill in our opinion, max as you go.
 
Vengeful Blow
Another attack skill though not our favorite, it can only be used if the target dodged an attack, thats makes it use unreliable and unpredictable. It’s damage is said to be good though and we may consider adding this at a later time. For now we added one as it is a requirement for teh floowing skills in 4Story.
 
Stun
A defence warriors best friend, stun skills, disable either your opponent in PvE or PvP. It’s a must have skill, max as you go.
 
Sword Energy of Binding
It slows down you opponent a lot. Useless for PvE but very usefull for PvP. you cant stun lock ranged opponents all the time, the cool down of your 2 stun skills is too long, this helps you bridge that gap and stay and make sure your opponent wont run away. You are Melee so you need to keep them close to you. Start putting points in this if you consider PvP, if not it can wait till you do.

Runescape: Amulet and Silver

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Runescape: Amulet

Amulets, also known as “Ammys” are the best items you can make with gold & gems, and they can all be enchanted to give different combat bonuses. With the Amulet of Glory, the enchanted Dragonstone Amulet, you can even teleport to different places. However, you need more than only a mould to make these. First, you have to make them as you make the rings and necklaces. But you also have to add a ball of wool to each amulet you make, so you can wear it. Look in the Spinning Section of the guide to read more about Wool. Also, remember to check out our Magic Guide for enchanting info.
 

Silver

Making silver items gives very good XP, therefore, the silver prices are very high. All silver items are made the same way, but you need different moulds for different silver items(Runescape Gold): Tiara Mould to make a Tiara, Sickle Mould to make a Sickle and so on. However, different items can be used to different things. There is some information about each items below the Silver Table. To make a Silver item, you need to follow these steps:

Get some silver either buy mining it, level 20 Mining required or buying it.
Use it on a furnace to smelt it if it isn’t already smelted, level(Runescape powerleveling) 20 Smithing required.
Get a mould depending on what you are planning to make.
Use the silver bar on a furnace, and select which item you want to make.
 
Additionally, if you want to make a Holy or Unholy Symbol, you will need to string it: Use ball of wool on the unstrung item.