It seems that many people are having trouble getting good dungeoneering experience

It seems that many people are having trouble getting good dungeoneering experience

 

It seems that many people are having trouble getting good dungeoneering experience, so I thought it would be a good idea to publish this guide. This guide is intended to be used with f2p, and the tips may not work on P2P. This is the base of the situation currently: I am dungeoneering 44 times. Also, you should be aware that I'm 117 (f2p), so fighting on OSRS Gold f2p for me is easier.

Let's first dispel some myths. It's not necessary to have armor to take out all bosses. Only the food gained by clearing levels is enough. Opening up bonus rooms has a significant advantage on the exp gained, even when you compare it to the time you save on doing it. If the other player is aware of what he is doing, team play can only be beneficial. For this, you divide the tasks up in a split, then you divide the work when you're on the same level or a +/- 1 dungeoneering level. If you're solo/duoing smaller rooms will give you the best exp.

Here are some tips to help you. Don't get too extravagant. Stock up on food. You should pick up anything that's dusk eel or higher. Sell any weapon you don't use and purchase: A hammer and the tinderbox, an angler's rod, feathers, a hatchet and an axe. Do not underestimate the importance and complexity of your task.

Prestigious: It will be useful to understand the meaning of prestige and how you can take advantage of it, as well as other details. How to achieve it. (NOTE: It is a waste of time to do this too soon.

Then, look at the progress bar in the lower right corner of the interface for your party. This tab shows the floors you've completed. The reset button is located just below the number. It resets your progress to Cheap RS 2007 Gold zero. You'll need to begin from floor 1. However, you'll still get the prestige bonus that you earned on floor 1. This will drive the level higher than it should be. This is an illustration of the way I went about it. : I'm sorry.


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