How To Complete This F2P Vampyre Slayer Quest In Old School RuneScape?
Here we bring Vampyre Slayer quest guide! This is a great F2P quest that can be completed at low levels, and it gives an awesome 5k Attack XP!
This is a simple mission. The only requirement is being able to defeat a level 34 Vampyre with health regeneration. In this fight, I’ll show you the standard way of fighting, as well as using Magic to reach a safe point and defeat Vampyre.
In terms of items, you’ll need a Hammer and a Beer or 3 OSRS Gold, plus Melee or Magic combat gear, depending on which method you want to used to kill Count Draynor. Chronicle or Varrock Teleport and, as always, some Energy or Stamina Potions will save you some time.
Talk To Morgan
To begin the quest, head to Draynor Village, just north of Ned’s home. Once there, enter the house and talk to Morgan to accept the quest.
Before leaving Morgan’s house, go upstairs. Then go around to the back of the room, open and search the cupboard for some garlic. Actually, you don’t really need this item, but it will make your fight with Count Draynor a lot easier.
Coincidentally, collecting garlic from this cabinet and selling it to GE is also a good way to make money! You need to make sure you have 3 coins, and assuming you brought Chronicle as recommended, use it or the standard teleport to reach Varrock. Once here, head to Blue Moon Inn.
Talk To Dr Harlow
Once inside, you can buy a standard beer from the bartender for 2 coins. Then talk to Dr Harlow, the swinger with the blood on his apron. Tell him “Morgan needs his help” and he’ll ask for a beer. Talk to him again and give him beer, and he will give you a bet during the rest of the narrative.
Now we only need to get one more item to kill Vampyre, and that’s Hammer. Go north from the inn and buy a Hammer from Varrock general store for 1 OSRS Gold.
Defeat Count Draynor
At this point, we need to prepare for the upcoming battle with Count Draynor.
You can do this the old-fashioned way and use Melee to kill Count Draynor. This quest recommends a combat level of 20, but I think you can kill him at a lower level.
Anyway, grab your best Melee Gear and Armor. I recommend picking up Mithril Scimitar and at least full Steel, some food, and of course Garlic, Stake and Hammer!
Enter the crypt, click on Coffin and duel with Count. Once he’s dead, congratulations! You have completed the mission and will be rewarded with 3 Quest Points and 4,825 Attack XP. If you get killed or struggle, I recommend leveling up a little more, upgrading your gear or bringing more/better food. Then come back and try again.
Another way is to use Magic to kill Count Draynor. This is a brilliant method as it allows you to kill Count at a much lower overall combat level.
Also, you can do some simple tasks to gain enough Magic levels to kill this Count. I recommend getting at least level 13 Magic for this in order to use a Fire Strike.
Therefore, you need to complete Witch’s Potion and Imp Catcher quests before then. This will get you to Magic level around level 10. Once you’ve completed this, head to Chickens in Lumbridge to get an additional 3 Magic levels.
In terms of equipment, you should prepare Wizards Robes, a Hat, Training Shield, a Fire Staff, Wind & Mind Runes, an Amulet of Magic, Leather Vambraces, Cape and Leather Boots.
Also, if your combat level is still low, bring enough food. Remember to keep Garlic, Stake, and Hammer!
When ready, enter the crypt and click on Coffin to summon Count. Instead of dueling him this time, run into the square shown on the screen and make sure Count follows you.
He is in the square next to you. Right click and select the “walk here” option. When you do this, Count will switch places with you or move into one of the other adjacent squares. What we want him to do is switch places. So if he doesn’t, return to the starting square and repeat the right-click “walk here” process until he switches with you.
Once you have him swap, move into the square diagonally adjacent to him so that the skeleton is between you and him. He can’t hit you in this position. At this point, you just need to make sure Fire Strike is set to auto-cast and attack him, and you should be able to kill him from this safe spot.
One thing to keep in mind with both methods is that if you take too long to kill him, the instance will reset and you will have to start fighting him again. If you can tire him out, you’ll automatically kill him with Stakes in the heart when his health drops to zero.
If you complete the mission, you’ll be rewarded with 3 Quest Points and 4,825 Attack XP. If you get killed within the time limit or have trouble killing him, go upgrade your Magic and come back. That concludes this guide. I hope you found this Vampyre Slayer Quest guide useful!
How To Quickly Complete This Prince Ali Rescue Quest In Old School RuneScape? - A Comprehensive Guide
Hello and welcome to another OSRS quest guide. In this guide, we’ll explain all the tips you need to know to complete this Prince Ali Rescue quest! This quest will give you access to Al Kharid Toll Gate for free, so it’s a useful quest!
This is primarily a get and carry mission. There are no real requirements other than to be careful of level 26 Jailers. You don’t need to fight them, but can damage them when entering at a very low level. Don’t forget, 2-3 Lumbridge Teleports and some Energy or Stamina Potion will help speed things up!
First, we’re going to Varrock, specifically Thessalia’s Fine Clothes, where we need to buy a Pink Skirt for 2 OSRS Gold.
You can then buy 3 bottles of beer from the nearest bar for 2 coins each. Or go to Barbarian Village and collect 3 bottles of beer from the longhouse.
It’s time to mine. Grab your Pickaxe and head to Rimmington or Dwarven Mine to mine 1 Copper Ore, 1 Tin Ore and 1 piece of Clay. Find the furnace nearest you and smelt Copper and Tin into a Bronze bar.
Afterwards we will go to Wydin’s Food Store in Port Sarim. Here we want to buy a Pot of Flour for 10 coins and some Redberries for 3 coins.
Next, pick up Axe and Tinderbox, chop down any tree, and light the logs on fire. Wait a minute for the fire to die down and collect the ashes. Or if you see someone else’s fire go out and they leave ashes behind, pick them up.
In Lumbridge, go to Castle Kitchen and make sure you have Clay you mined earlier. Pick up a kettle from the table and place it in the sink. Now, use it on Clay you mined earlier to get Soft Clay needed for the mission. Before you go, remember to refill your jug to get Jug of Water you need.
Next, we need 3 Balls of Wool to make the wig. Fortunately, Lumbridge may be the best place to do this. So grab your shears and shear the 3 sheep in the field north of the castle. Then head to Castle Spinning Wheel to spin the wool into Balls of Wool.
Still in Lumbridge area, you can catch 2 Onions from the vegetable patch behind Farmer Fred’s house. Make sure you have 5 coins as you are going west to Draynor Village and have Aggie make Yellow Dye for you.
The last item we need is some rope. The most convenient option is to buy some rope from Ned in Draynor Village for 18 coins.
Start Your Quest
Now that we have all the items, we are finally ready to start the quest.
We need to go to Al Kharid Palace and talk to Chancellor Hassan, accept the quest and he will take you to Osman. Osman is outside the palace, the man in the black hood.
After you find him, he will briefly explain the circumstances of the prince’s capture, and then guide you to see his contact person, Leela. But you can totally skip this section because we don’t actually need to talk to her before we need Cell Key.
Find Skin Paste
Let’s head to Draynor Village to get our Skin Paste and Yellow Dye from Aggie. For this step, you will need Bucket of Water, Pot of Flour, Redberries and Ashes.
Making Blonde Wig
Then find Ned. He is also in Draynor Village. Give him your Balls of Wool and get the wig. Once you get it, use Yellow Dye immediately to get Blonde Wig. At this point, we should have everything we need except Cell Key.
Get Cell Key
Then make sure you take Soft Clay into the jail and talk to Lady Keli. Click on the options and choose the option that best suits her, also known as options (1, 1, 2, 1, 1). This will leave an imprint of your key in Soft Clay.
Next, use Lumbridge Teleport and return to Osman from there. Talk to him and he will take Bronze bar and key imprint from your inventory and tell you to collect the key from Leela. So, after the conversation, head all the way back to Draynor Village.
Then, you need to find Leela between the wheat fields and the jail east of Draynor Village. After talking to her, she will give you Cell Key.
Finally, we get to the actual rescue part of the mission. Before doing this, make sure you have Rope, Skirt, Skin Paste, Wig, 3 Beers, and Cell Key.
After entering the jail, talk to the guard. Give him a bottle of beer and he will drink all 3 bottles of beer. Since the guard is incapacitated, we only need to pay attention to Lady Keli. Just use the rope on her and you will tie her up and put her in the cabinet. We are now free to rescue the prince.
Enter the cell and talk to the prince and he will disguise himself and escape. From here, use another Lumbridge Teleport and return to Chancellor Hassan in Al Kharid. Talk to him to complete the mission.
After completing the quest, the rewards you can receive include: 3 Quest Points, 700 coins and Free Use of Al Kharid Toll Gate. You may have noticed that when you use the gate on the return trip, you already have the gate. That concludes this guide. I hope this Prince Ali Rescue quest guide was useful to you!
All The Preparation You Need To Get Into PVM In RuneScape 3
In recent years, the information available to players who want to learn PVM has improved dramatically. The increase in information makes PVM more accessible to players. But meanwhile, Combat system itself and the bosses released have become increasingly complex.
For players who want to get into PVM, this can be extremely difficult. Because the amount of information to learn can be daunting, and it's hard to understand where to start. So in this guide, I want to share my advice on how to get started with PVM.
Before getting into the specific steps, I want you to remember three things.
First, you don’t need the best gear to get started. As with most bosses you’ll face, there’s a lot of leeway in the equipment you can use. You can often take on the same bosses with much lower gear, especially if you’re taking on “novice” or “intermediate” bosses.
High-level PVM players are looking for the fastest, most efficient kills, but you don’t have to do that when you first start learning. Your goal is just to improve your PVM skills and get kills. If you try to wait until you have all the best gear, you’ll never start PVM.
Second, don’t worry about death. As a PVM player, you need to accept death. The penalty for death is no longer as harsh as it once was, and all you have to do is pay a few RS3 Gold.
Third, don’t be overwhelmed. Actions speak louder than thoughts. From boss mechanics to ability rotations, there’s going to be a lot of information here. But sometimes, things don’t make sense unless you’re in the fight. Similar to gear, if you wait until you know everything about bosses and PVM, you’ll never get started.
With these general suggestions out of the way, let’s talk about how to actually get into PVM.
First, we need to decide which Combat Style to use. You should eventually learn all Combat Styles, but which starting Combat Style you choose will help you become familiar with the combat mechanics.
While the game has reached the point where most bosses can be completed with any style, certain Combat Styles will make certain bosses easier.
I’m assuming here that you don’t have a specific boss goal in mind. Here, I would recommend Necromancy as your starting style. Compared with other styles, Necromancy is relatively simple and the equipment is easier to get. Plus, its damage output is currently insane. This means you’ll have a better time learning PVM using Necromancy.
If you don’t want to use Necromancy, my second choice would be Magic because of its versatility and utility in many bosses.
The style I don’t recommend you learn is Melee. While Melee is powerful in certain situations, it lacks range and must be right next to a boss to attack, making it a hard style for beginners.
Not to mention that Melee’s ultimate ability, Berserk, requires you to take more damage in order to deal more damage. While this is great for experienced PVM players, for beginners, the extra damage you take can be downright scary.
Now that we have selected Combat Style, we need to prepare ourselves. Having decent gear will change your PVM experience.
While you don’t need to have the best gear here, you shouldn’t skip getting decent gear and go straight to the boss. Having the right gear will make your experience much easier.
Weapons have the greatest impact on your combat experience, as the differences between each weapon class are usually more noticeable than armor. For Necromancy, this means we should go for the highest level Death Guard and Skull Lantern.
Once you have your weapons, you’ll also need some armor. While Power Armor is usually preferred, at this point either Power or Tank Armor will do, it just depends on what you can get. Of course, make sure the armor you get is the same style as your weapon, as there are severe penalties for using the wrong armor style.
Finally, you can use invention and enhance your equipment with some beginner perks. Again, similar to upgrade priority, if you need a choice, choose to upgrade your weapons first.
Once we had our gear sorted, we moved on to the hardest part, the actual PVM.
Now I will divide the boss’ learning into two parts, learning the combat mechanism and the boss mechanism. Combat mechanics include what abilities to use, your key bindings, managing your potions and food, and more. Boss mechanics include understanding and responding to boss attacks.
You need to learn both, but you’ll have a hard time learning both at the same time. Therefore, we first need to decide what we want to learn.
I think it makes the most sense to improve the combat mechanics first. Being slightly familiar with the combat mechanics can make the boss’ learning process faster and easier.
For combat mechanics, I recommend arranging the keys in order first. The keys you need to bind are your Prayer, Food and Saradomin Brew, and Shield Switch.
If you set up key bindings from the start, it also means you don’t need to rebind and forget your PVM habits later. However, I would like to point out that this step is completely optional.
Once you have a combat setup, you could take that setup to something as simple as Slayer to test it out. After a few Slayer missions, you should be happy with your setup, which you can then apply to the actual boss.
For boss mechanics, my suggestion is to start with a simple solo boss. I think Zamorak boss in God Wars Dungeon, K’ril Tsutsaroth, is a good choice.
K’ril is a fairly simple boss with a special attack that drains a lot of your health. Use K’ril to continue practicing your combat mechanics while also tackling boss fights more easily.
If you think K’ril is too easy, you can challenge God Wars Dungeon 2 boss, Vindicta. Vindicta has quite a few mechanics that require you to react and move when needed.
Once you’re familiar with killing Vindicta, you can further refine your combat mechanics. The first thing you need to do is add an Adrenaline Potion to your inventory, and learn ultimate rotation. Using ultimate rotation is key in all PVM fights to maximize the damage you do in that time frame.
Once you’re satisfied with ultimate rotation and killing Vindicta, you can move on to challenge Helwyr. Helwyr requires you to use some defensive measures, as well as bind a shield.
Once you’re able to consistently kill Helwyr and Vindicta, you could start to feel more comfortable with your combat abilities. At this point, you should also be able to make some money with these two bosses, so you can consider upgrading your gear.
At this stage, you should be able to deal with decent damage while also being able to deal with the boss’ mechanics effectively.
If you do wish to continue improving your abilities, I suggest the next steps are to kill Araxxor, then Telos. Both bosses will teach you how to better use defenses, how to prayer flick, and how to deal with multiple boss stages with different and more complex mechanics.
Note that Araxxor is a pretty big step up from Helwyr. If you get stuck, you can use Arch-Glacor and Kerapac as an intermediate step to get more PVM experience. Both bosses are available in normal and hard modes, so you can start off easy and increase the difficulty as needed.
I believe that if you can kill Araxxor and Telos, you can kill every boss in the game. If you’re starting over, here’s everything you need to know about starting PVM in 2024. I hope this PVM guide is helpful to you.
How To Complete F2P Shield Of Arrav Quest In OSRS? - A Step-By-Step Guide
Hello and welcome to another F2P OSRS quest guide. In this guide, we’ll introduce Shield of Arrav Quest! This is a classic folk and the only F2P quest that requires a partner or second account.
This is a simple mission. The only requirements are a partner or a second account, and 20 OSRS gold coins or the ability to defeat a level 23 Weaponsmaster. Phoenix Gang Crossbows can be collected during missions and don’t require anything else, although some Energy Potions may save you some time.
A quick note on partner or second account setup. The easiest way to accomplish this task is to load 2 OSRS instances and log in with two different accounts. The account with the lowest combat effectiveness joins Phoenix Gang, and the account with the higher combat effectiveness joins Black Arm Gang.
Alternatively, you can join OSRS SOA chat group to find a partner. You might get a reply, and you can agree on a world and complete tasks together.
Speak To Reldo (Phoenix)
To begin your search for Phoenix Gang, head to the library inside Varrock Palace and ask Reldo for the quest. He will tell you that there is a book in the library with details about Shield of Arrav.
Go to the bookcase shown, grab it and read it. Then go back and talk to Reldo again. Ask him about Phoenix Gang’s whereabouts and he will take you to Baraek.
Speak To Baraek (Phoenix)
Baraek is a Fur Trader located in Varrock Main Square. Talk to him about Phoenix Gang, and eventually he’ll ask for 20 OSRS Gold for the information. Pay the man and he will tell you about the hideout, located southeast of Blue Moon Inn.
Speak To Straven (Phoenix)
Go to the location shown. Go down the ladder. Talk to Straven and ask to join the gang. To prove your worth, he will ask you to kill a man named “Jonny the Beard” and get the report he carries. Agree and head to Blue Moon Inn.
Kill Jonny The Beard (Phoenix)
In the bar you’ll find the unfortunate Jonny, who has a huge beard and wears a black T-shirt with a skull and crossbones on it. Kill him and retrieve the report.
Weapon Key & Shield Half (Phoenix)
Once you report to Straven, you will be accepted into the gang. You will get Weapon Store Key and enter the hideout. Immediately, go to the hideout and enter the room with the chest. Open it and search to find the shield half.
Trade The Key (Phoenix)
All that’s left to do now is assist your partner or second account, get your certificate and submit the request.
Go outside and give Weapon Store Key to your partner. If they are an ironman, just “use” the item on them and you can give it to them.
Speak To Charlie (Black Arm)
To start Black Arm Gang, talk to Charlie the tramp across from Blue Moon Inn. Ask him “What’s down the alley?” and he’ll tell you it’s the headquarters of Black Arm Gang.
Speak To Katrine (Black Arm)
Go down and enter the door there. Once inside, talk to Katrine and ask to join her gang. To prove herself, she will ask you to steal 2 Phoenix Crossbows from their rival Phoenix Gang.
Get 2 Phoenix Crossbows (Black Arm)
This is where your partners or other accounts come into play. Assuming you now have Weapon Key, head to Weapon Store just past the entrance to Phoenix Gang hideout.
Once inside, kill the level 23 Weaponsmaster. It’s not a tough fight. If you’re worried, just bring your melee gear and plenty of food.
If you don’t have enough combat level and your partner account does, make sure you have an extra key. You just need to follow them in and they can help you kill the weapon master.
Either way, you must kill him as he will prevent you from picking up Crossbows. After he’s dead, grab the 2 crossbows from the floor, then return to Katrine.
Crossbows & Shield Half (Black Arm)
Hand in Crossbows and you’ll be accepted into the gang. Now go up the stairs and search the cupboard to find the other half of the shield.
Speak To Curator Haig Halen (Black Arm)
Make your way to Varrock Museum, making sure your partner or second account does the same at this point. Give Haig Halen half of the shield and receive 2 certificates.
Exchange opposite certificates with your partner. As before, if they are an ironman, just “use” the item on them and you can give it to them. Once you have the two halves, use them against each other to get the full certificate.
Quest Hand-In & Completion
Now that we have the complete certificate, we just need to cross the street, enter Varrock Palace, hand it to King and claim our reward. King Roald will receive a certificate and you will be rewarded with 1 Quest Point and 600 gold coins.
That concludes this guide. I hope this Shield of Arrav Quest guide was useful to you!
How To Complete Children Of The Sun Quickly In OSRS? - Varlamore Quest Guide
Today, I’m sharing this Children of the Sun quest guide for OSRS Varlamore storyline! This mission is a short newbie level mission that serves as an introduction to Varlamore. We expect to see this new area appear in the game later this year!
Starting The Quest
There are no requirements to start this quest, and no equipment is required. So I just spent OSRS Gold to buy and equip a Graceful Outfit, and brought a Varrock Teleport Tablet to make the quest progress faster.
To start this quest, head to Varrock Square and talk to Alina and Noah. They will tell you that a delegation from Varlamore is visiting after hundreds of years of sealing off their land and prohibiting people from coming in and out!
Then, click “When will this delegation arrive?” and you will be directed to a cut scene of their arrival. One guard left the palace gate carrying a suspiciously large bag.
Following The Guard
Continue the conversation without clicking close and you can follow the guard. If you don’t see the guard, try talking to Noah again and press the spacebar in chat to make him respawn again.
The next part is very similar to Sins of the Father part, but less annoying. You just have to carefully follow the suspicious guard while trying not to be spotted when he stops and looks around.
There’s no exact trail for this. You just have to be vigilant and try to stay at a distance to avoid detection. But make sure not to stand too far away or you’ll lose sight of him and have to start over. If you get caught, you’ll have to start over again by talking to Noah.
Here I’ve marked a map showing all the locations the guards stopped at. This way, you can plan accordingly and simply hide behind or inside buildings.
Finding These Bandits
Once the guards arrive at their destination, we see a cut scene of the bandit discussing the attack on Varlamore’s delegation. After the cut scene, we’ll go back to Varrock Castle gate and talk to Sergeant Tobyn, who will ask you to mark 4 bandits pretending to be guards.
- The first bandit stood outside Aris’ tent, hands on hips, unarmed.
- The second bandit is not wearing a helmet and can be found near Newspaper Seller.
- The third bandit is leaning against Archery Shop wall.
- The fourth and final bandit is walking between Varrock East Bank and Archery Shop, holding a mace instead of a sword.
Interrogation & Finshing Quest
After you have marked all the bandits, return to Tobyn and you will be taken to the tower at the top of Varrock Castle to interrogate one bandit.
Even though Prince Itzla Arkan of Varlamore actually sabotaged the interrogation, we could trick the bandit into telling us everything by implying that we were going to burn him alive. Don’t worry, it’s just a prank.
The bandit tells us that a stranger who seems to be from Varlamore approached their group and wanted them to kill Priest who was in the delegation.
Finally, you just need to complete all remaining dialogues to complete the mission. Once it is added to the game, you will be granted access to Varlamore and up to 1 quest point!
That’s what this new mission is all about! Armed with this information, you can unravel the conspiracy and earn the gratitude of Prince Itzla Arkan, prepare for future adventures in Varlamore, and continue to unravel the mystery surrounding the delegation and the assassination attempt. Good luck!