An Dangerous Runescape Skill — Thieving

Thieving is the most interesting way to get Runescape Gold in the game, with a variety of things for both the casual thief and the professional kleptomaniac to practice on. This Members-Only skill gives you the ability to pickpocket quick cash from characters, steal tasty cakes and disarm dangerous traps that you may run into while adventuring.

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Some consider them no good fiends, preying on innocent citizens. Some consider them heroes, their nimble fingers admirable in their speed. Others understand the brotherhood that is Thievery. Thievery is the members-only skill of becoming wealthy at the expense of others Master this skill and you and can pickpocket any NPC, pick any lock, disarm any trap and steal from any stall. Thieving can reward you with heaps of RS Gold, stacks of runes and enticing valuables.

One of the most fun Members skills in Runescape is Thieving, as you can find a great number of things to do with the skill. When you first start off you can only enjoy a small part of the countless bounties to be earned from your new-found forte, but as you get more skilled a wider range of things can be done with it.

There are several things that you can practice your thieving on as you get better, but remember that you need to be both stealthy and cautious. Each activity has a dangerous side to it, from a not-so-tough Man stunning you, to a Knight attacking you with full force.

If you are successful, you gain some loot and thieving experience. If unsuccessful however, you will be stunned by the NPC for about 4 seconds and have damage done to you. When stunned, you will see and hear birds circling your head and be unable to walk or pickpocket. Instead, use this time to heal your life points or drop unwanted bounty.

The higher your thieving level, the less likely you are to be caught by your victims. Additionally, level 54 hunters can make and wear gloves of silence. These gloves decrease the chances of being caught while pickpocketing, but can wear out after extended use. Luckily, they can also be repaired.

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Using Farming Skill To Grow Plants In Runescape

Farming is an interesting skill in Runescape, tied in with Cooking and Herblore. Similarly, you can trade your plants for earning Runescape Gold. You have the ability to grow your own variety of plants, from fruits and vegetables, to herbs, trees and other useful plants! Be prepared to get your hands dirty and to do a bit of digging as well!

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To start Farming you will need to find a Farming patch. There are different types of patches around the world where you can grow different things. When you arrive at a patch for the first time it will be overgrown with weeds. You will need to clear these weeds with a rake. You’ll then want to treat the soil with compost by buying from the farmer using your RS Gold.

In most cases, you’ll then use a seed on the farming patch, while having a seed dibber in your inventory, to plant it. Use a watering can on the new plant so it will start growing (not needed if you pay a nearby farmer to take care of your plants). Take care to note that your plants can get diseased and die if left alone.

If your plant gets diseased you will have to use a plant cure potion on the plant (Flowers can also protect your crops). This can be bought from any farmer that lingers close to most farming patches for 25 Runescape gold. You can tell those farmers apart from the attackable ones by their unique names. You can also buy these Plant Cure Potions at Farming Shops, but for 40 Runescape gold. If you don’t use the Plant Cure Potion on your plant in time it will die and you’ll have to clear out your patch with a spade in your inventory.

When you are harvesting some patches you will need a spade as well. You can treat patches with compost to avoid disease and increase harvest yield when you pick the grown plant. Note that you can put several of these on your Toolbelt to avoid the need to bring them along.

The Cooking Skill In Runescape

In addition to earning Runescape Gold, sustain and enhance life skills are also important in Runescape. Like many people say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, even for a Runescape.

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The Cooking skill is used to cook raw food such as pie, pizza, and fish so that it can be eaten by players to restore missing Life Points in Runescape, or to temporarily boost skill levels. There are many different types of food in RuneScape, each requiring a certain skill level to cook, and each food has its own effect when eaten.

Before raw foods can be eaten, they must be cooked on either a Range or a Fire created using the Firemaking skill. Cooking Ranges are found throughout RuneScape, and are marked on the map with a Cooking Pot icon. One benefit to using a Range is that these appliances offer a lower burn rate than that of a Fire. There are also other objects found around RuneScape which can be used to cook food, including the Sulphur Vents of TokHaar, everlasting Campfires, and Iron Spits.

While meat, fish and stews can all be cooked over a Fire, most other items including bread, pizza and pie must be cooked on a Range. The exception to this includes foods such as Raw Chompy and Raw Rabbit, which must be cooked on an Iron Spit. To cook an item, simply “use” the raw food with a Fire or Range. If you are carrying multiple pieces of the same food, a cooking dialog will appear allowing you to select how many of a given food you would like to cook. After selecting how many you would like to cook, click on the picture of the food and you will begin cooking them, one at a time. By default, you will cook all of the selected item in your inventory.

During your adventures while Cooking food, you will undoubtedly burn some of your food, yielding a burnt item. These items cannot be eaten, and are for the most part, useless. Burning food yields no experience. As you continue developing your Cooking skill above the required level for a given item, you will find that you are gradually burning less food. Some foods, particularly those in the low to mid level range, have a point at which they will no longer be burned once a player reaches a certain level.

As explained above, cooking food on a Fire increases the chance that a raw food item will be burned. Regular ranges have a better chance at cooking food properly. There is also a special Cooking Range located in Lumbridge Castle, which further decreases the chance of burning food when a player cooks on it. To use the range, players must complete the Cook’s Assistant quest. For members, wearing Cooking Gauntlets will decrease the chance of burning fish when cooking on a Range or Fire.