Thursday, November 22, 2007

Quests For Strength Experience

Strength in runescape used to be the most sought after combat skill for people who wanted to make pure pkers, with very high strength levels and zero defense that would enable them to hit very high damage on other players and give them a huge advantage when they hit successfully.

Nowadays, pure characters are not as effective as they used to be, although many quests in runescape do award strength experience for completing them, it will still help those players who want to pick and choose which quests they want to complete if they want to gain maximum strength experience from questing.

The following runescape quests offer players the chance to get some additional strength experience:

  1. Dragon Slayer - 18,650 strength experience
  2. The Fremennik Trials - 2,800 strength experience
  3. Haunted Mine - 22,000 strength experience
  4. Heroes Quest - 3,075 experience
  5. Horror from the Deep - 4,662 experience
  6. In Aid of the Myreque - 2,000 experience
  7. In Search of the Myreque - 600 experience
  8. Land of the Goblins - 3,000 experience
  9. Monkey Madness - either 20,000 or 30,000 strength experience depending on your choice
  10. The Path of Glouphrie - 30,000 strength experience
  11. Roving Elves - 10,000 experience
  12. Scorpion Catcher - 6,625 experience
  13. Tai Bwo Wannai Trio - 2,500 experience
  14. Troll Romance - 4,000 strength experience
  15. Waterfall Quest - 13,750 strength experience
Overall, Jagex will continue to release new quests and some of these are likely to include strength experience as a reward. Although with the total number of runescape quests in excess of 100, many people may simply want to complete all quests in order to get the quest cape reward.

Good Luck with all your questing in runescape and I will get around to adding in a breakdown of experience awarded in quests for each skill eventually.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Runescape Quest Help Update

Jagex have updated the quest help feature of runescape today. They have added an additional 16 quests that players are able to get help with when stuck on a particular quest. The list of quests that have been added are:

  1. Biohazard
  2. Clock Tower
  3. Grand Tree quest
  4. Heroes' Quest
  5. Holy Grail
  6. Jungle Potion
  7. Lost City
  8. Monk's Friend
  9. Observatory
  10. Scorpion Catcher
  11. Sheep Herder
  12. Shilo Village
  13. Temple of Ikov
  14. Tree Gnome Village
  15. Tribal Totem
  16. Witch's House
Naturally, there are extensive quest guides and walk throughs available for all runescape quests on a number of different help sites. However, this feature within the game enables players who wish to complete quests, without the aid of a full guide, the opportunity to do so.

I will hopefully start to get updating all my runescape blogs again soon and also start to get more work done on my main runescape help site as I have finally made some headway in trying to get my business site lauched. This frees up some time to start focussing on my runescape sites.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Goblin Diplomacy Quest

Items Needed:

  • Yellow, Blue and Red Dye:
  • Two Woad Leaves: Obtained from Wyson the Gardener in Falador.
  • Two Onions: Found near Fred the Farmer in Lumbridge.
  • Three Red Berries: Found in the Forest South of Varrock.
  • Three Goblin Armours: Kill Goblins or buy in a general store if you're lazy.


Talk to the Bartender in Port Sarim.

Quest Walkthrough:
  1. Talk to the witch in draynor village to make the dyes from the ingredients.
    TIP: Be sure to have all Items needed in your Inventory prior to continuing.
  2. Talk to General Wartface and say you will help him. Mix the Yellow and Red Dye to make Orange Dye. Use the Blue Dye on one Goblin Armour and the Orange Dye on the other; leaving the third its original Colour.
  3. Return to the Wartface and talk to their Leader concerning each colour.

Congratulations! Quest Complete!


  • Five Quest Points
  • One Gold Bar
  • 200 Crafting Experience

Sunday, May 06, 2007

Runescape Quest: Ernest the Chicken

Ernest the Chicken quest on runescape is an interesting adventure but one that doesn't really do anything for me. I have completed it, but only done that to ensure I finished all the free to play runescape quests.

Anyway, here are the quest outline details - and a list of places where the quest walkthrough can be accessed should any player need further help.

Ernest the Chicken Runescape Quest Requirements:
Start: Begin by speaking to Veronica outside Draynor Manor.
Skills: None!
Quests: None!
What You Need: A Pressure Gauge, Rubber Tube, Oil Can, Fish Food, a bottle of Poison, a Spade, and a Small Key.

The rewards for this runescape quest are not great - although people who like to get as many quest points as possible will surely want to complete this quest as 4 points are on offer.

Ernest Quest Rewards:

  • 4 quest points.
  • 300 coins.

A full walkthrough for this quest can be viewed at any of the following locations:
From the list of choices above, any player will be able to get the necessary help to complete this runescape quest if they need it.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Dragon Slayer Quest Runescape

The Dragon Slayer quest in runescape is possibly the hardest quest that free to play runescape players will have to complete. It was the hardest quest on runescape at one stage, but that was many years ago and the game has undergone immense changes since.

Dragon Slayer Quest Requirements:

  • 32 Quest Points
  • Must be able to beat Level 83 Dragon (I recommend lvl 50 at least)
  • Level 34 Smithing (or a friend with 34 Smithing so they can make you Steel Nails)
  • 33 Magic (not needed, but recommended).
This runescape quest also requires plenty of items compared to the normal free to play quests. The required items are:
  1. Lobster Pot (buy at Fishing Store, in port sarim)
  2. Unfired Bowl: (use Water with Soft Clay, go to Potting Wheel and make a Bowl, don't put it in the oven!)
  3. Sheet of Silk: (buy in Clothes Store in Varrock, or buy from Silk Merchant in Al-Kharid. Al-Kharid is cheaper)
  4. Wizard Mind Bomb (buy at Pub in Falador)
  5. Anti Dragon Breath Shield. (You will get this during the quest)
  6. Three Planks (find in the Skeleton Graveyard in Level 21 Wilderness)
  7. 90 Steel Nails (One Steel Bar makes 15 Nails, so you will need 6. You need to be Level 34 Smithing to make them.)
  8. Hammer
  9. 12K (12,000) GP (2K GP to buy the Boat, and 10K Gold Pieces to bribe Wormbrain to sell you his Map Piece. You do not need the extra 10,000 if you have Level 33 Magic)
The quest itself can be started by speaking to the guild master of the champions guild. This is why 32 quest points are required rather than any specific quests.

The objective of the Dragon Slayer quest is to gather up some map pieces in order to be able to get to the actual dragon. Once you have accomplished this and reached the dragon, you will need to defeat it to complete the quest. A dragonfire shield will definately be required in this battle.

Once the quest has been completed the reward is a decent reward, especially for a free to play quest in runescape.

The reward for the Dragon Slayer quest is:
  • 2 Quest Points
  • The right to buy/wear Rune Plate Body and Green Dragon hide Body
  • 18,650 Experience in 2 Combat Skills, depending on how you fought the Dragon.
For any players looking for a specific walkthrough for this quest they are able to choose from one of the guides below:
There should be plenty of guide walk throughs to ensure anyone that needs that extra bit of help is able to find it from one of the alternatives listed.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Runescape Demon Slayer Quest

Demon Slayer quest in runescape will enable players to gain an additional sword, the SilverLight. This sword will have the same power as a rune long sword has on free to play when fighting demons. It is therefore useful for low level combat players.

Anyway, this post will give an overview to the demon slayer quest and will not be a walkthrough. Players who wish for a complete walkthrough for this quest can find a couple of guides listed here:

Plenty of choice from those five listed and all pretty much give the same details and provide an adequate walkthrough to help even the most novice player complete the demon slayer quest in runescape.

The quest information overview:
A mighty demon (Delrith) is being summoned to destroy the city of Varrock. You wil find out that you are needed to avert this impending disaster.

Players can start this quest by speaking to the gypsy in Varrock. Players will need to be able to defeat a level 27 demon in runescape and will therefore require some basic combat skills. Combat level of 15+ should suffice, although 10 attack, and strength along with 5 defense is the Zybez suggestion.

Items required:
  • 25 bones
  • bucket of water
  • 1 coin
Quest Reward:
  • 3 quest points
  • Silverlight Sword
As already mentioned, the affects of the silverlight sword in runescape is that it has similar power to a rune long sword when fighting a demon. If players lose their silverlight sword and are on free to play, they can buy another one from Sir Prysin for 500gp. The sword is not tradeable as it is a quest item.

This runescape quest is quite easy and straight forward, but for low level combat people it may prove to be a challenge - so ensure you have food and armour to reduce possible risks when fighting Delrith

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Doric's Quest Runescape

Doric's quest in runescape is one of the most novice quests available in the game. It is generally one that many players complete before realising they have finished it, yes it really is that straightforward.

Anyway, since this blog will eventually document all the quests in runescape it stands to reason to include this one pretty early on, even though most people will not need any help to do this, they may as well know the requirements and general information along with the rewards.

Quest Information:
To start the quest simply go to Doric's Anvil and speak to the man himself. He is located just opposite the members gate north of Falador.

Level 15 mining is suggested rather than being a requirement, although it can not harm anyone if they do want to train their mining for this.

Items Required:

  • A pickaxe
  • 6 clay ores
  • 4 copper ores
  • 2 iron ores
The quest rewards are:
  • 180gp
  • 1,300 mining experience
  • 1 quest point
  • Access to Doric's Anvils.
If any player is level15 mining already then the quest can be completed within a matter of minutes - it just depends how long it would take you to travel up to Doric's Anvils. Jagex have obviously included this quest in runescape to ensure they have covered the full spectrum of abilities.

There are a couple of quest guide walk throughs that can be checked through if anyone requires any further assistance: