RuneScape 1-99 Range Guide: Pures and Non-Pures F2p
By request, I have decided to make a 1-99 Range Guide. You enjoy range and want 99? Or just a Pure and need help? Well this is the perfect guide for you.
After several requests, I am finally making a second guide after my 99 Hunter guide. This Guide will be obviously on Range. Now just to start us off, if you don’t know what Runescape is, it is a Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) created by Jagex. There are two types of ways to play the game, Free to Play (do not need to pay) and Pay to Play (where you pay to play, also known as Members). In this guide, I will tell you the most efficient ways to get the wonderful skill of Range to 99.
Before you Read the Guide
To use this guide, you will probably have to have a very good defence level in some circumstances. Also, with all items I use, I suggest buying off the Grand Exchange. And NEVER buy items for max price. You will lose unnecessary money. All range style is RAPID. Lose more arrows, but a lot faster experience.
I suggest P2Ps start Range as a F2P until they reach 40.
Levels 1-10 (Non-Pures and Pures) Chickens
In North-East Lumbridge, there’s a little place where chickens “Hang out”. This is the best place to get Range levels 1-10 for both F2P and P2P. Stand in the centre and use a Bow with Bronze arrows. With a defence level of over 50, the Chickens should not affect you at all. Pick up all feathers. This will help pay back for your arrows. At level 5 Range, buy a Oak Shortbow. Pick up arrows if you want. Want to save money, pick up arrows. Want 99 Ranged as fast as possible, leave the arrows on the ground. PURES MIGHT NEED FOOD!
Levels 10-20 (Non-Pures and Pures) Cows
Just opposite the road from where you trained at the chickens, there is a cow field. Now you can kill the cows from over the fence, or you can go into the field (if you have about 50 defence) and take them front on. If you want to make a bit of a profit, pick up the cowhides and run to the bank to obviously bank. But I’d suggest leaving them for is you want 99 Range as fast as possible. Same goes with the arrows, pick them if you want, but I’d personally leave them.
Levels 20-35 (Non-Pures) Barbarians
Now we make our way to Barbarian Village. Now that you have 20 range, don’t forget to upgrade your armour and bow. Equip Studded armour, use bronze or iron arrows and use a Willow Shortbow. Enter the Longhall (located North) and you shall see two long tables. Stand on one side of the table and attack a barbarian passing by. This way you don’t get attacked. UPDATE – There are now barbarians who can range you from over the table. High defence makes this place great to train in, low defence, stick to Monks. Do not pick up your arrows, it wastes too much time.