Are you still below level 30? Then one of the best “Runescape” money making tips is to kill chickens and collect the feathers. Aim to collect at least 500 feathers before looking to sell them.
As a free-to-play member you’ll want to sell the feathers to the East of the West Bank in Varrock. If you’re a pay-to-play member then sell to the North of the East Falador Bank.
Always remember that you make considerably more from selling to other players than from selling to stores. It will take a bit longer to do but you’ll make a larger profit.
If you’re just getting started with “Runescape” money making then merchanting across “Runescape” is a great way to get started making money. Once again it all goes back to chicken feathers. You can purchase feathers from fishing shops and when you buy in portions of 1,000 or more you can sell them for a considerable profit. This is the most affordable way to get started with Runescape merchanting.
Another cheap way to get started with “Runescape” merchanting would be to purchase rune essence, which can be bought for 20 gp and later sold for 40 gp at Varrock’s east bank. As you acquire more money you’ll be able to purchase more expensive items such as coal – which can be purchased for 130 gp and sold for 200 gp at Falador’s east bank – or buying large quantities of food and selling them in Edgeville.
The higher level you have, the more money you can make in these areas. “Runescape” mining, fishing, woodcutting and even “Runescape”’s thieving skills all offer the ability to make it rich if you get your skills high enough.
As an example, “Runescape” mining can be particularly profitable if you mine runite ore from places like the Lava Maze, Keldagrim north mine or Neitiznot, the ore can be sold for up to 10,000 gp.
The woodcutter skill allows a player to cut down magic logs at Lletya or the Tree Gnome Stronghold which can be sold for over 1,000 gp.
The “Runescape” thieving skill allows a player to steal blood runes from Heroes. These runes can be sold for 400 gp and are around medium difficulty to steal. In later levels those proficient in the “Runescape” thieving ability will be able to rob dwarf traders of goods like runite ore, which is sold for 10,000 gp apiece.
Many of the other skills have similar payoffs as you reach the higher levels.
“Runescape”’s treasure hunting game is a piece of furniture that can be built into the game rooms of player-owned houses using the construction skill. You need 8 teak planks, 4 steel bars and a 49 construction level before you can build this game, but the payout is well worth the effort.
As you play the game you’ll find out there are three different levels. In the first level you can win gold-trimmed, black armor which is worth 300,000 gp a set. The second level allows you to win ranger boots worth 700,000 gp. And finally, the third level wins gold-trimmed rune armor, god armor, gilded armor and a Robin Hood hat. Each of these final items is worth over 1 million gp each.
While dueling can win you a fortune it can also lose you a fortune. There’s a big pay off for that risk, but it should only be undertaken by those willing to risk it all or who are sure they can’t lose.