Complete Guide- F2P Strength Pure Player Killer on Runescape.com

This is a very complete and detailed guide on how to make a strength pure on Runescape.com. I do not in any way own Runescape, I am merely a player of the game.

WARNING: This guide is not completely necessary in any way: I am merely showing (what I believe) the easiest path to get a strength pure on Free to Play Runescape.

——-Ch 1. Stats Recommendations——-

If you are looking at this guide, then chances are that you are trying to make a strength pure. A strength pure is a player who meets these requirements:

1.LEVEL 1 DEFENSE (this is absolutely necessary)

2.LEVEL 40 ATTACK

3.AS HIGH A STRENGTH LEVEL AS POSSIBLE (preferably 60+ for best results)

This is the setup for the strength pure that most people associate with the word. Another setup for good results is this:

1.LEVEL 1 DEFENSE

2.LEVEL 40 ATTACK

3.LEVEL 40+ RANGED

4.AS HIGH A STRENGTH LEVEL AS POSSIBLE

5.13 PRAYER (this is optional)

This setup allows for the use of dragonhide chaps and vambraces, and for extremely  fast attacks using a bow, while still being able to use melee. The prayer is for the use of Strength Prayers, and allows you to hit harder.

——-Ch 2. Getting Started/Training——-

On the start of your journey, you may find you are wanting of funds. No problemo! Head over to the Stronghold of Security and do your best to reach the end, collecting the rewards from each chest you pass. Along with the final reward, the Fancy Boots/Fighting Boots, you will have 10000 gold coins from completion. Awesome?

(Note: if you are a low leveled, this will take ninja skills to do without food. Bring a full inventory before attempting.)

Before training, remember: DO NOT TRAIN DEFENSE. IF YOU TRAIN DEFENSE, YOU BECOME A “FAILED PURE” BECAUSE OTHER PURES THE SAME LEVEL AS YOU WOULD BE  ABLE TO HIT MORE.

With your big pile of money, head over to the Grand Exchange in the city of Varrock. If you aren’t quite sure where that is, then look it up on the map button next to the mini map. Using the Grand Exchange, purchase this long list of equipment:

  • Iron Platebody                                                                            
  • Iron Platelegs
  • Iron Kiteshield
  • Iron Full Helmet
  • Iron-Mithril Scimitars
  • Whatever cape
  • Food (trout recommended)
  • Amulet of Strength/Amulet of Defense/Amulet of Power(if you have the cash, these aren’t necessary)
  • Gloves/Leather Vambraces


Now that you are kitted out, ditch any bronze weapons you happen to have and equip all the armor. SET THE ATTACK STYLE TO ATTACK OR STRENGTH. Say bye to your homeland, and lets go!

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  1. Posted December 13, 2009 at 4:59 pm

    Wow… I LOVe MY GUIDE! :)

  2. ninjapking
    Posted December 28, 2009 at 1:37 am

    thanks man great guide me and my friend made accounts for team and we’ve made a combined 12m =]]] ty

  3. ninjapking
    Posted December 28, 2009 at 1:54 am

    btw. to 10 attack, or 8 (i’m not sure) you can attack dummy’s in varrock. =)

  4. runescape
    Posted January 5, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    this is a stupid guide, because if you train first magic up to lvl 50
    you are a lower lvl then other cb lvls at 50.
    Then you can train str up to lvl 70 without lvling!!!
    Next u have to do is train att to lvl 40 and ranged up to 60.
    Then u are only cb lvl 44 or something in that way.

  5. Fucking idiot
    Posted May 15, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    Runescape person above me…

    You are an idiot…
    You will still be the same level regaurdless of weather you train mage or not….
    please stop being a dumb A$$(wont let me say it >.>) and saying this guide is dumb

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