Oldschool RuneScape Game Guides
Return to top
Official 2007RSHelp Guides
You can search through all of 2007RSHelp Oldschool RuneScape guides here
Skill training guides
Time management has always been important in determining how efficiently you can perform a series of actions in RuneScape. If you have your eyes set on a goal, then you'll likely want to know how long it will take to reach it. The idea behind this sticky is to serve as a medium behind that concept, and will also aid you in acquiring the information that you'll need to assess an accurate answer.
How long will it take to me attain level X?
If you're using this sticky to figure out how long it'll take to level a specific skill, first use the 2007RSHelp Skill Calculator to determine how many actions it is that you'll be performing. For example, I would need to bury 5,303 bones to train Prayer through levels thirty to forty according to the calculator, so I would be performing 5,303 actions in total. You can skip this step, however, if you're just trying to figure out how long skill-related actions will take to complete.
Once you know the number of actions you'll be performing, locate the skill and method of training in the sections below. Then simply divide the total number of actions by the maximum number of actions performed each hour (listed under 'End Result' section of table). So, based off of the above example, 5,303 (total actions) divided by 4,032 (# performed each hour) equals 1.31, or close to an hour and a half of work.
*Note: If dealing with an answer that has a decimal, it's best to round it up to the nearest hour.
Getting to the good stuff
The tables within each section below are comprised of seven components and two main sections. If you're simply using this sticky to calculate how long something will take, all you'll need to pay attention to is the 'End Result' tab. The six others, Area; Status; Explanation; Special Notes; Credits; and the featured map images to the left, are all there for informational purposes and should be self-explanatory. You can consult the sample table here, if you're having any difficulty understanding them.
Without further adieu...
Return to top
Edited by Jim, 28 October 2014 - 08:05 AM.