Sir Bedivere - Slash, Drains Strength, Sir Pelleas - Slash, Drains Defence, Sir Tristram - Stab, Drains Power (use your DDS specs here), Sir Palomedes - Crush, Drains Attack (just make use of a hammer and expect, its not really worth the stock space to get a beat weapon), Sir Lucan - Slash, Drains Defense, Sir Gawain - Slash and Stab (use whip), Drains Strike. Sir Lancelot - Slash, Drains Power AND Defense, utilize your DDS specs as they should have recharged and watch your health and stats with this one.
I want to make sure I have the best stuff. There are some items which aren't questionable is the best, but then there are others were it may not be, thats where you come in. I am gonna go through all of them. Helm of all nietiznot. However, the str bonus is what I am most interested in. However, this is the main item I'm unsure of. Fire cape. Fury ammy. Its the very best. Whip. Folks have argued , Unless its anything fresh that a Whip is better compared to a GS. Its all in the ratio, so I can hit 3x45 with a whip while 2x55ish using a GS.
Rune def.I love the attack bonus +19, you can't go wrong and it's the +5 str. Bandos tassets and Chestplate. Barrows gloves... BEST? Dragon boots... BEST? Let me know wher ei can approve, cash is not an issue, simply require the very best Str bonus and I know str ammy has more str bonus. However, Fury simply kicked too much ass.
So I logged into Runescape yesterday and was immediately attacked with just 16 health and all my cash (303k) in my inventory. I ran for a bank as quickly as I could, but to no avail. I lost absolutely everything I had, and I want a few fast, efficient methods to make money in freeplay. I've been trying to work towards a 99 non-combat skill. That adore translated to fletching, and because I favor the range type courses in most games, the whole fletching vibe was very neat. Lately however, after having a nine-month break from Runescape, I've grown to like fishing, and consequently cooking.
So my aim is to take among the gathering skills (Fishing or Woodcutting), getting that to 99, and then use all of the tools from attaining this to reach level 99 in its own associated skill (Cooking or Flething). The area where I want input/advice is where combination is generally favored, concerning fun, time, moneymaking, and also the overall experience that is better. My current status: 77 Woodcutting, 70 Fletching, 71 Fishing, 60 Cooking.