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I've decided to really go for 75 construction for your guilded altar


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Dec 17, 2020, 4:31 PM

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A few suggestions for RuneScape gold new members: If it is possible to teleport to Camelot, do this quickly and walk around w/o using a map to get at least a week. With all the new regions to explore and things to do, it will seem like a whole new game. Start down the listing of short/east quests. A number reward experience to provide your new members skills a wonderful kick-start. In addition to experience benefits, some short/east quests unlock helpful shortcuts and abilities. By way of instance, finishing Fishing Contest allows quick and secure access under White Wolf Mountain, that's the place between Catherby and Taverly.

Alright, so I've decided to really go for 75 construction for your guilded altar, also had a couple of questions in how to invest my time and money! So first off, is it possible to build the altar at 69 construction using a crystal saw and tea for the +6 bonus? The guide cites the saw does not work on items which don't want a saw- because I am pretty sure you can't saw granite, does the effect still count? (I'll post the second query in a new article, my mobile evidently will not allow me to scroll this far down the page...)

I will probably call 2.9m cash for this job. The boards alone come to 2.35, leaving me 550k to spend. My second question is, is it worth hiring a butler to save sawmill excursions? Thing is, I could just play for half an hour per day. Is it therefore cost efficient to employ a normal butler for this type of enjoying time? The guide does not mention when a butler needs to be paid, whether it is once a day I will just go to the sawmill myself, but once every, say buy RS gold three days, it may save a great deal of timetime= money. Hoping that you guys can give me advice on this, as even after scouring the internet, no guide in life is specific enough for all these questions! Thanks.


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