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Game Choice Runescape is a choice in favor of a lot of grinding. This grind is typical of MMOs and can take many forms, from gear grind to XP grind and even fishing. For blacksmithing, grinding is a combination of XP and gold, as optimal levels of blacksmithing can result in you replenishing your pockets as well. With that in mind, this guide will tell you what items are best forged for profit and XP, as well as at what levels you can forge them.
The best Runescape items to forge for profit and XP
Level 1-30: Bronze Items or Knight’s Sword
In order to start blacksmithing with a clean slate, you can take two paths. The first path is to make bronze items to gain levels until you reach level 30 blacksmithing. This can take some time, but is somewhat beneficial because of the items you will be crafting. However, a much more efficient option is to complete Knight’s Sword., a quest on completion of which you instantly reach level 29 of Blacksmithing. This method will bring you less money, but the temporary return on your investment is worth it.
Level 30-50: Steel rods
The best item to increase your level of blacksmithing and make money at level 30-50 is to mass smelt steel bars. This can be done in. Blast Furnace. в Keldagrim and players have created an optimal cycle of tasks to complete in order to speed up the process. To get started, you’ll need A sack of coal., Coal, и Iron Ore. There will be a bank in the blast furnace room, from which you will constantly pick up materials.
To start the process, go to the bank and remove 27 coals, placing them in the bag of coals. Then take 27 more coals from the jar and place them in your inventory. Twenty-seven of these coals will be placed on the conveyor belt. in the room. Then go back to the bank and remove 27 more coal and 27 more iron ore. Return to the conveyor belt and place the coal and iron ore on the conveyor belt. From here collect the steel bars in the dispenser Connect to the blast furnace, put them in the bank and take 27 more units of coal and iron ore. Then go to the conveyor belt and repeat this until you reach level 50.
Level 50-70: Mithril ingots
After learning the process of making steel ingots, learning how to create more expensive ingots is very easy. For example, creating mithril ingots is exactly the same process as creating steel ingots, except that it requires twice as much coal. So, at the very beginning, when you take 27 coals for your bag and 27 for your inventory, all of it goes on the conveyor belt. As with steel, just take 27 mithril ores and 54 coals over and over again, picking up the ingots as they come out of the blast furnace.
Level 70-85: Adamant ingots
The same process for steel and mithril applies to adamantium bars, only this time you’ll need 81 coals for each turn of the process, as well as adamantium ore. This changes the order of operations slightly, as you will have to make several trips for coal. The process proceeds as follows:
- Take 27 coals for the bag of coal and 27 for the inventory
- Place the charcoal on your belt, then go and get 27 more charcoal and 27 adamantium ore.
- Lay out the charcoal and ore, collect the ingots and start the process from step one.
Level 85-99: Rune ingots.
Rune bars work the same as other bars, but require four times as much charcoal as steel bars. Thus, the process is lower:
- Take 27 sacks of charcoal and 27 more sacks of charcoal, throwing them on the belt.
- Repeat step 1, grabbing 27 Rune Ore, and place it all on your belt.
- Collect the ingots and repeat steps one and two.
While the running back and forth of picking up and turning in so many items may make you question whether it’s worth it, rest assured, this is the best combination of experience and gold for blacksmithing.
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