Finding Suitable Monkeys

Head to Ape Atoll with any greegree, a m’speak amulet and at least 10 coins. You only need the coins if you don’t have a M’amulet mould. Go to the monkey temple and speak to any of the three wise monkeys. They will suspect you of being human. Admit that you are and they will ask you to prove it, but there’s a problematic guard watching. Using bananas from a crate on the far side of the temple, you must make a path of bananas that leads to the crate. Leaving the bananas in one spot too long will cause them to rot and disappear, and if they are placed more than three squares apart, the monkey will not be attracted to the banana. Putting a banana too close to a gorilla guard will cause him to eat it.

It is easiest to pre-place certain bananas to make your job easier. Green squares indicate a pre-placed banana, blue squares indicate the second round of bananas. You will need about 18 green bananas (more or less may be needed depending on where you drop them). Setting up the bananas must be done quickly or they will rot and the monkey guard will return to the three wise monkeys.

When you get the following message, return to the three wise monkeys:

After talking to them, remove your greegree to Sell RuneScape Gold reveal your true form. Afterward, they will ask you a few questions about Apmeken to test your knowledge. The answers are as follows:

The baboon head.
On the monkey’s shoulders.
The monkeys will suggest you go to the king and request to set up a colony. Your character will insist on the desert while he insists on Karamja. Say the desert has choc-ice to trade and he will consider the idea if you bring him some choc-ice in the shape of a monkey. At this point, you may want to go to the monkey child’s house to pick 10 bananas.

RuneScape Swept Away Quest Guide

The great news about RuneScape Swept Away is that it is no longer just for members only. This game was released especially  so as you would expect there is lots of spooky action to be enjoyed. Your aim is to help a witch find special ingredients that she needs to add to her cauldron; if you take on this mission she will reward you with some of her potion. A fair exchange for this short and easy task and she will also give you a broom. You will find the witch, whose name is Maggie, in Draynor Village.


Skill: None
Quests: None
Difficulty: 1/5
Length: Short (10 – 30 mins)
Members only: F2P

RuneScape Swept Away

Maggie will send you to look for three other witches. Your first task will be to go to visit Hetty in Rimmington. You will find inside a house there; you will recognize her by the fact that she has a huge caldron full of green yuck. Before she will help you there is a mission you need to carry out for here; he wants a newt to add to her cauldron. You will find a trapdoor south of her house. There you will find somebody called Gus who has a problem with mislabeled crates; just examine the animals and re-label the crates – easy. You will be rewarded with a newt and when you take this back to Hetty she will give you a potion for your broom.

Next you will want to go speak with Betty who lives in Port Sarim. You will first need to speak to Lottie though and she will give you another animal related puzzle. This one is a bit harder than the last and you will need to pick creatures up one at a time and put them where they need to go. No two animals can be in the same area together and if you mess up they will run away and you will need to start over. You have to put the animals in the area that best suits them. Once you have done this you will find a chest containing a wand which you then take back to Betty.

Your next destination will be Draynor Village where you will want to find Aggie who teleports you to another location. She too will want some assistance before she is willing to help you. Your quest will be to create four triangles by removing lines of sand; fairly straight forward and you just need to sweep away a few of the lines. Once you have completed this task your broom will gain some magic and you then be teleported back to Draynor Village.

You are now ready to go back to Maggie and help her finish the potion in the cauldron. Once you begin talking to her she will allow you to stir the contents. You have now completed RuneScape Swept Away and you are ready to collect your reward. She will give you ten bowls of goulash which will increase your skill level ten-fold – not bad for such a relatively straightforward adventure.

RuneScape the Blood Pact

RuneScape the Blood Pact is the first free quest since the Rune Mysteries back in 2003. If you have obtained 300 points elsewhere in the world you are then ready to begin the Blood Pact. The whole thing is quite straight forward and it shouldn’t tax you too much.

It starts in the Lumbridge Graveyard; here you will meet Xiena and she wastes no time telling you about her current problems. Apparently she has found out that some Zamorak cultists have taken another girl hostage. If you agree to take this mission you will then get to see a cut scene where a girl called Illona is taken hostage by three members of the Zamorak Cult.

At the beginning of the RuneScape the Blood Pact Quest you walk into a room but before you can do anything one of the cultists will hit Xiena. You are now left to fight Kayle alone, but it shouldn’t prove too much of a problem. He has a combat level of 3 and if you somehow get too injured you can turn to Xiena who will be able to cure you. Kayle has twenty life points and you just need to keep running at him; if you want you can use the pillars for cover. Once you dispatch him make sure that you take the weapons; you will need these later in the quest. You should also remember to question Kayle before leaving this room; you will find out about the planned ritual.

RuneScape the Blood Pact Quest Guide

The next room you hit contains Cailin and she will use magic to attack you. There is a hole in the ground separating you from her and you will need to get close enough to attack here; while at the same time dealing with the attacks coming your way. Use the bow and arrow that you took from Kayle and you should win this one easy as well. Once you have disabled her ask more questions and you will find out more of the Zamorak plans. Take her stuff (staff and runes) and head onwards with your quest.

The last person you need to face is the warrior Resse. Make sure you equip the staff you have just taken from Cailin and head down the stairs. This cultist is actually the easiest of the lot to beat. Once you have done this you can question him, but before you can take his stuff he will swallow a poison. You have found Illona; talk to her briefly before taking her out of the dungeons.

You are now almost finished RuneScape the Blood Pact. All you have to do is talk with Xenia. You will be awarded 100 XP for magic, defense, attack, ranged, and strength. You will also now be allowed access to the Catacomb Dungeons in Lumbridge. If you want to find out more about what is going on you can continue to question Xenia; she will also tell you a bit about herself. Xenia admits that she wasn’t badly injured by Kayle but had just wanted to see how good you are.

RuneScape Announces Sizzling Summer Members Benefits

Jagex today announced details of its Sizzling Summer promotion for RuneScape members which is guaranteed to ensure that nobody in RuneScape will have a washed out summer.

The event kicks off in August and runs through September. Players who are members for every day in each of those months will score things such as 350k XP in August, 700k XO in September, free daily Squeal of Fortune bonus spins and more.

“Members will be able to enjoy all that the summer has to offer with additional XP and spins, but the benefits don’t stop there. An exclusive set of nine new avatar customisation items, including a 5-piece “Tropical Islander” outfit, extra head & cape accessories, a new character title and even a wild ‘Crab Transformation Dance’ emote have been specially commissioned to ensure your avatar enjoys the summer party as much as you do.”

Double money in Runescape

Here I collect a thread for all the Runescape players about how to trading hint to DOUBLE MONEY!! You could stick to this thread and you will be a moneybags soon! Just have fun!

It needs 20k Runescape gold at least to start:

1. Buy willows in Draynor Bank for 20gp each.

2. After about 1k world hop to a diiferent world(runescape gold).

3. Then sell the willows for 25gp each. Now you have 25k.

4. Back to the first world and buy 1250 willows.

5. Go to second world, sell willows 25gp ea. Now you have 31.25k.

6. Go to first world. Repeat until about 500k.

7. Buy Full Addy (t) 200k, sell for 450k. People are willing to buy and sell for these prices(rs gold)

Well, that is the usefull guide. Hope it is informative for you. If you have any question or idea, just post them here. Hope you have a good time in Runescapeand gain Runescape power leveling quickly! Good luck!

Link here to the orginal source. The author is Jay.You can buy runescape.

Runescape Merchanting Tips

Have you ever wondered what merchanting was? Well, it is just buying low and selling high. A lot of people get Runescape merchanting confused with scamming. Of course, this is not the case. Scamming is cheating other players out of their money, items, and so on.

Here is the quote of rule 2: “You must not scam or deceive other players. And lying to other players for your own personal gain is not in the spirit of fair play.”

Merchanting is just buying as low as you can get it, and selling as high as you can. With the new trade limits, it makes it harder to buy super low, and sell super high, because players now know exactly how much they are paying. This usually means less people willing to pay the max price. Due to the trade limits, merchanting has almost become a dead topic. Now all people recommend doing is hording. Hording is my term for stocking up in ore, wood, ect… to sell as bulk to players. Hording and Merchanting are two of the same whole.

You see, Merchants need bulk items as cheap as they can get them so that they can sell the bulk items for more of a price. I have heard that there are three types of sellers.

You have: Repeat Sellers – These ones will give you a continuous flow of the bulk. As you keep on buying, you form a trust between each other and thus can get better deals.
Desperate Sellers – These are good, as if they are desperate you can get a way better deal. Usually these types of sellers are over stocked and will take the loss. Then you have the ones who do not know the value of an item. Personally, I think that this is a lot like scamming. Just so you know, due to the trade limits, these types of sellers do not exist. This is one reason that the Merchants have died out. So in a way, merchanting use to be a lot like scamming. Now a days, it just buying low and selling high.

I do not think I ever tried merchanting; it seemed like a lot of work for not so much profit. Not to mention that you had to have money to start with, and back before I developed my own ways, I had no money. I started earning money by chopping wood and then I moved onto fishing. Hording is an excellent way to make money. For those few who are still merchanting, I greatly recommend you switch over to Hording. As more and more people switch over, less and less are going to accept less than the normal price. As the price rises, merchanting will become a dead theory.

The people who Hord have figured out that they are accepting too low for their items now, because of the trade limits. So instead of selling low, they are going to go to the bulk buyers and sell for a better price. As this happens, the market will slowly rise. As the market slowly rises, more and more people will begin to switch over to hording. As this happens, people are going to look for the lowest price available. That is where you come in.

Hord and save, watch the market go up. When you think that it is time, sell as low as you can. I guarantee that you are going to have people lined up just waiting to buy from you, and because you spent your time hording, you will have the items to supply them. Thus, you become rich. Happy Hording!

RuneScape Guide:Cheap Way to 99 Summoning

o you like playing RuneScape ? Yes, but it will cost lots of money. Cost lots of money? No! Absolutely not. There is someone who summary a cheapest method for RuneScape fans.

By Zik

This method of getting 99 Summoning is far cheaper than the other method, but is by far much much much slower. The cheapest method of training Summoning involves the use of gold charm familiars only. If at any point in your Summoning training that you have a green, crimson, or blue charm,  use them on the best familiar of that type of charm possible.

¤ Levels 4 to 16 ¤

You should have level 4 Summoning from the experience reward in Wolf Whistle. From there, you should buy raw chickens from the GE and create dreadfowl pouches. You can also buy some raw chickens yourself from a store. A good spot would be the Canifis Meat Store, located a few steps north of the Canifis Bank, but you will have to have completed the Priest in Peril quest to gain access to Canifis. Another spot would be Oo’glog, where the meat store is just a few steps north of the bank, but requires the completion of the quest As a First Resort… Each pouch requires 1 pouch, 9 spirit shards, 1 gold charm, and 1 raw chicken. Continue doing this until level 16 Summoning. It’ll take around 270 dreadfowl pouches to get there.

¤ Levels 16 to 52 ¤

You’ll be doing granite crabs this entire way, since spirit mosquitoes and bull ants’ secondary ingredient are somewhat rare and thus they are extremely expensive. That’s 5,600 granite crab pouches to be made until you are level 52 Summoning. Each pouch requires 1 pouch, 7 spirit shards, 1 gold charm, and 1 iron ore. You can mine the iron ores yourself if you would like to save even more money, and at about 30 Mining, you can get an iron ore with just one hit of the pickaxe, not to mention the rate at which iron ore respawns (very fast). If you don’t feel like mining 5,600 iron ores, you can buy them from the Grand Exchange for about 165gp an ore, which comes out to be 576,800gp in iron ores.

¤ Levels 52 to 66 ¤

At this point is where most people will stop training Summoning: level 52. It is an important milestone, because you now have access to the great spirit terrorbird. The spirit terrorbird is a beast of burden that can carry up to 12 of your items. In addition to that, its scroll restores your running energy, making it ideal for clue scrolls, quests, adventuring and exploring, and even at god wars, particularly Saradomin god wars. But enough with that, let’s get on with the leveling. You’ll be making spirit terrorbird pouches. Oh yes, they’re very cheap and good experience too, in addition to the uses I mentioned above. It’ll take about 5,500 spirit terrorbird pouches to get to level 66. Each pouch requires 1 pouch, 12 spirit shards, 1 gold charm, and 1 raw bird meat. You can raw bird meat at the Oo’Glog meat store, which requires completion of As a First Resort… for a small price. You can buy them on the GE as well, for about 402gp per, but it’ll save a lot of time.

¤ Levels 66 to 99 ¤

Barker toads all the way to 99! War tortoises require level 67 Summoning to create, but actually give less experience than the barker toad does. At level 71, you can make arctic bear pouches as well, but they are way too expensive to be worth it in this ‘cheap method’. It’ll be about 144,000 barker toads to get to level 99 this way. Yes, that is a lot of charms to get, but you wanted cheap, so that’s what you get. Each pouch requires 1 pouch, 11 spirit shards, 1 gold charm, and a swamp toad. Swamp toads can be collected in a small fenced in area west of the Grand Tree. There a ton of spawns there, but take a while to respawn. I would recommend using a high populated world while collecting these, so that they will spawn faster. Of course, you can buy all of them, which I highly recommend, at about 221gp a toad.

Hope this method will help you. Less money, Bigger fun!

RuneScape Players Don Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

RuneScape literally turned pink yesterday with thousands of players donning pink clothing, hairstyles and even pink armour as they marched through Gielinor, RuneScape’s fantasy world.


The march was a community led initiative and was organised by RuneScape members who gathered together and joined forces to mark the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the annual international health campaign which is organised by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure.

The idea for a march originated from a forum post by ‘Darth Brick’ in the RuneScape forums and soon gathered traction as numerous RuneScape clans signed up and pledged to wear pink throughout October.  Over 31 clans took part in the march across the game’s world, ending with a celebration in the game’s trading hub, the Grand Exchange. The march was the first of many scheduled to take place throughout RuneScape during October.

RuneScape doubles rewards in minigames this Winter Weekend

Wondering what to do this weekend? If you play RuneScape, you can take advantage of the special Winter Weekend running from 7 p.m. EST (midnight GMT) tonight through the same time on Sunday night. As part of an ongoing series of winter celebrations, this weekend’s festivities will offer double the rewards in the following seven minigames: Castle Wars; Soul Wars; Trawler; Pest Control; Big Chinchompa; Evil Tree; and Shooting Star.

As an added bonus, anyone who is a member during the month of December also gets a special additional 50 percent XP boost for 30 minutes each day with Festive Aura. So jump on in and take advantage of these holiday specials before they disappear!

Five things you didn’t know about ‘RuneScape’

If you’re a seasoned computer gamer, you’re probably well aware of “RuneScape,” a fantasy-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) that initially debuted in 2001.

Developed and published by UK’s Jagex Games Studio, “RuneScape” has just hit a new milestone: the 200 millionth account has been created (though “active” users stand at about 10 million).

To help commemorate the world’s largest free MMORPG – as recognized by Guinness World Records – USA TODAY caught up with Mark Ogilvie, lead designer on the game, to reveal 5 things you likely didn’t know about the game.

Bedroom roots

Jagex Games Studio currently employs more than 500 staff to develop new content for the millions of players who play “RuneScape.” However, back in 2001, it was a very different story. The original team consisted of just two brothers, Andrew and Paul Gower, who created the game as a hobby and a creative outlet while in college.

After graduating, the brothers set about developing “RuneScape” further from their parent’s house. With only a limited amount of time and money to invest, they were quick to rope in their friends to act as game testers and graphics artists. They even drafted in their family to help record sound effects for the game, spending hours dropping things into their mother’s sink to mimic the sound of fishing and capturing bacon frying on the stove to use for players cooking in the game.

Record breaking

“RuneScape” currently has players in more than 150 countries. In 2008, Guinness World Records crowned the game with the title of “World’s Most Popular Free MMORPG,” but this isn’t the only world record that “RuneScape” has won. The game also holds the Guinness World Record for the most updated game, as well. With content releases nearly every week, the game is constantly changing and evolving, meaning that there is always a new adventure every time players login to the game.

What’s more, the number of minutes “RuneScape” players has invested in the game has also been calculated: more than 443 billion, to date.

RuneScape players love to lol

Long before the release of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, hundreds of thousands of “RuneScape” players would login every day just to chat and hang out with their friends.

A recent analysis of the chat in “RuneScape” showed that the most popular word spoken within the game was LOL (which means “laugh out loud”), with a staggering 6,048,000 “lols” per week, perhaps suggesting “RuneScape” players on the whole are an exceptionally happy bunch.

Speaking of chatting, instead of starring offensive words out, the chat filter originally turned any offensive language into the word “cabbage” automatically. This was because the Gower brothers hated cabbages so much that they felt that they were just as bad as the word they were hiding. Although this has now been changed, you can’t miss the subtle cabbage references hidden around the game.

RuneScape has penguins with a plan