I am currently in the process of becoming a f2p
I am currently in the process of becoming a f2p Nov 03

I am currently in the process of becoming a f2p

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My willow is cut into logs. Are those arms which break your knife spring out of my ents? I can multi-task playing RS and break my axes so often I have to carry 3 rune axes on my inventory. Because they are simple to reach in my farming runs, I'll add an Varrock tree and a Gnome stronghold tree. I have plots at Port Phasmatys and Catherbery as along with East Ardougne and Draynor. I have not started to do the bushes or hops until now.

I am currently in the process of becoming a f2p. My training has taken me from 77 to almost 80. I stopped at age 80 in order to learn other abilities. However I plan to become a member very soon and want to get a skillcape. If I do get a skill cape i dont need to cook or fletch simply because it's simple. I would like my first 99 str to be unique therefore I thought that strength could be quite decent. So what is an 80-99 str race and where can you train? It all depends on the location you train in and if you're willing to pay for quality food or pots to eat during your time there.

First, let me just say that the strength skillcape is as well-known as the cooking or flying one. You can focus on mining, slaying or runecrafting. These can all be trained inexpensively and fairly quickly if you put your mind to it.

Let's get back to the issue of where can I train my strength? I'll just mention one option: Pest control. This is a very well-liked option, but it's not my top choice. The new pest control system is not very fast and won't provide you with any hitpoints. It's also tedious and monotonous at times. Training from level 80 to 99 will take between 8 and 10 weeks.

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