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Person A hands Host (refered for H from here on out) for 100k. H rolls dice. If 60+ (60x2) then H keeps cash. If it's 60+ H will trade Player A 200K (hence that 'x2' in the phrase "60x2"). They're trusted because they have to pay for their position (10Bplus) and thus OSRS Gold, if they're able to scam people for 500k seems like no use. Nope, doubt people even dice much in F2P.

It's the reason why you're able to go to the reputable MEMBER clans, even though, unfortunately , there's only 1M+ min to place bets there. Now, I'm trying to raise all of my skills to at a minimum of 60 so that I am not as naive. I'm trying to figure how to develop each skill. Do you have any suggestions? What would everything cost and approximately how long would it be?

I'm really looking forward to increasing my farming, slayer and summoning skills, as well as runecrafting and hunter skills since they're extremely difficult. In the moment, I'm doing some work on my fletching skills so don't stress about that ability. I'm hoping to master this for every ten. Example: I'd need to gain all my skills to 60, then go to at least 70, eventually to at minimum 80, etc. Thanks!

I'll add my two cents to Construction. Oak Larders + Stealing Creation Hammers. The speed of your flight will be so fastthat you don't remember what you hit. Seriously. Building and tearing them down took me from 33 to 70 in a snap, for it to be the Void Series of quests.

I believe that's the most cost-effective way to accomplish it particularly if plank-make every single one of your oak logs. I don't remember the level required in Plank Make, though. For Agility, I suggest going to the Brimhaven arena and tickets up to 55, so that you can climb to the Wildy that gives you like 500 xp per run OSRS Fire Cape for sale. It's not a huge lot but if the user doesn't really pay attention to what you're clickingon, you'll find yourself climbing the last five levels fairly quickly.

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