Posted 09 December 2013 - 09:59 PM
III) How it works
This is pretty straightforward and only requires one quest, Spirits of the Elid. The skill requirements are:
- 33 Magic
- 37 Ranged
- 37 Mining
- 37 Thieving
and the quest gives 8k prayer experience upon completion along with access to the Nardah altar, which is our goal.
Again, this guide is designed for pures. For you mains and berserker pures, the goal is to keep your defensive bonuses at a minimum with your offensive bonuses at a maximum (whether this means sacrificing your torso and berserker/nezzy helms is up for debate)
For pures, this is a good setup to melee. The team cape can be replaced by a firecape, but the right click option is nice to have.
This is an ideal range setup:
In both cases, a special attack weapon is a good idea to boost your exp/hr. Potions are optional, as you will be having your most powerful prayers on the entire time you train.
III) How it works
The nardah altar is special, it doesn't just restore your prayer. It restores your HP to maximum + 10% for praying at it. Another special thing about praying to regain HP is that it doesn't interrupt combat like eating food does, so with the right amount of focus you can be getting the maximum number of hits per hour not waiting for monsters to spawn or losing hits from eating food.
On my pure with 50 attack ~55 strength, using normal attack and strength potions and a brine sabre, I was raking in about 55k str exp an hour. Similarly, my friends both trained here from 60-70 ranged using no potions and just eagle eye/iron knives and were enjoying about 40k exp an hour as opposed to rock crabs' 25k exp an hour.
Start attacking each other, keep an eye on your hp, and reap in the exp.
Again, bringing a special attack weapon will boost your exp/hr.
Posted 10 December 2013 - 07:47 AM
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Posted 12 December 2013 - 11:00 AM
Interesting though, good for lower levels although at higher lvls NMZ would be better I presume?
NMZ on mains is much better and is also afkabe. If NMZ hasn't gotten nerfed there is no reason for this to get nerfed.
Edited by Mike of 07, 12 December 2013 - 11:08 AM.
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