Quest Order – a Questing Guide
Have you ever wondered what the best order would be to do all the quests in? Doing quests in the proper order is essential because the experience rewards you get from them will help you on the quests further down on the list. I’ve been looking for a guide like this for some time but couldn’t find one so I thought I would put one together myself. I think questing is one of the most fun things to do on Runescape, and is a great source of skill building. Questing takes you to places on Runescape you’ve never been before and you see and experience stuff that you would have never seen. You cannot appreciate the vastness of the Runescape world until you’ve done quests.
1. Being able to teleport around to major cities and get around Runescape quickly is vital. For this reason it’s a good idea to train up mage to at least 25 (Varrock teleport) before even starting to do quests. Once you start questing I would recommend training mage up to 37 for the Falador teleport and 45 for the Camelot teleport. Otherwise keep a good supply of teleport tabs handy for when you need the higher level teleports. Get your Ardougne teleport as soon as possible and by the time you’ve finished Death Plateau and Watchtower quests your mage level should be high enough to use your new unlocked teleports. I also placed quests in a certain order to facilitate quick teleport. For example Animal Magnetism and Creature of Fenkenstrain quests after Ghost’s Ahoy because it’s much easier to do the quest with an ectophial in your inventory. And mountain Daughter is much easier once you have the enchanted lyre. Knowing how and when to use teleports from glories, skill’s necklaces, rings of dueling, combat bracelets, the explorer’s ring, and games necklace’s, gnome glider’s, etc. is a real time saver.
2. It will save you a LOT of time and running around if you buy all of the materials needed for a quest on the exchange before you even start a particular quest.
3. I put a few of the quests down a ways in the list due to high skill requirements that should be done sooner if possible for various reasons. Hero’s Quest gives you the ability to charge your own glories and will unlock the two Miscellania quests, Fairy Tale part 1 and Starting part 2 will give you access to the fairy rings which is a one of the best teleport systems on Runescape. Smoking Kills will start you earning slayer points for finishing tasks. Grand Tree quest will get you access to the gnome gliders. Tears of Guthix will grant you access to the same mini-game once a week which is good free experience.
4. Don’t spam your experience rewards and the exp lamps. Use them for skills that you hate to train or on stuff that is difficult to train like prayer, agility and summoning. Save them if possible until you need it to boost a skill in order to tackle your next quest.
5. Training skills on the side to meet quest requirements is inevitable. Some skills level up quite nicely doing quests so that there is no need to train, but with others you just need to bite the bullet and get it done. Try to find the quickest way to train skills. For example do the Pyramid Plunder mini-game for training thieving, and the distractions and diversions circus for training magic, range, and agility. Do the penguin hide and seek each week and find all of the penguins and use the experience reward to train up your difficult skills. Do the Tears Of Guthix mini-game too.
6. Try to get 43 prayer as soon as you can because it make a huge difference when fighting the bosses.