OSRS Wiki: Old School RuneScape Guides, Quests, Beginner Guide

The OSRS Wiki is the Wikipedia of the game Old School RuneScape, which contains mainly the content written and maintained by the players. It can be said that it’s been a destination for all things Old School since the starting of the game in February of 2013.

OSRS Wiki
OSRS Wiki

OSRS Wiki – Old School RuneScape

OSRS is a gaming product of publisher and developer JAGEX and is an MMORP( Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing) game. Released on 22 February 2013, initially, the game Old School RuneScape was a build of RuneScape which was launched on August of 2007.  Though the game is said to resemble the old RuneScape but is totally different because when Old School RuneScape was introduced to the gaming world it received engine improvements, updates, new contents that were basically decided by in-game polls.

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OSRS Wiki - Old School RuneScape
OSRS Wiki – Old School RuneScape

As Old School RuneScape has a smaller development team and the relative game update schedule of the game is slower but it is one of those games which has a larger player base than RuneScape. In October of 2018, Android and  IOS version of the game was also released.

OSRS Beginners Guide

The game is mainly played by a simple point and click process. Interaction with NPCs, objects, entities in the game world by left clicking or selecting an option from the objects right-click menu can be done but a player controls only a single character. Also, many objects offer more than one interaction option. In OSRS, like RuneScape, the game allows the gamers to free play the game when they buy its membership subscription(which is one of its source of profits) instead of its full ‘pay to play’ content of the game. Also, there are various modes in the game that one can play like the Ironman mode, Deadman mode and various other Leagues.

OSRS Wiki Old School RuneScape Beginner Guide
OSRS Wiki Old School RuneScape Beginner Guide

OSRS Skill Training

OSRS Wiki: The OSRS contains various skills like cooking, crafting, firemaking, fishing, magic, melee, mining, prayer, ranged, runecraft, smithing, woodcutting etc. There are various ways in the game to train your skills but the fastest methods include the most efforts and/or money to perform. contrary to it are cheaper and lower efforts method which tend to be slower. Some skills can be trained quickly by buying supplies from through the grand exchange. Such as cooking, prayer, construction and crafting. Since skill training can be repetitive and exhausting, its better to do some other kind of work at the same time like reading, watching TV, listening to music etc to keep your focus up and boredom to a minimum. It’s good to switch skill training from one skill to another to decrease monotony.

OSRS Skill Training
Melee
Cooking
Thieving
Magic
Mining
Agility
Ranged
Smithing
Fletching
Fishing
Woocutting
Farming

Also Check: Konar OSRS assignments List

OSRS Equipment

There is various equipment in the OSRS game like Armour, Cape, Weapons, Jewellery, Ammunition etc. The equipment in the game is a special type of item and will give a character, equipment bonuses and can be equipped in the equipment inventory. There is an option in the game called “Operate” for the equipped items. If the items do not have a special function, the players would receive a message saying “There is no way to operate that item”.

OSRS Equipment
Armour
Jewellery
Weapons
Cape
Ammunition

OSRS Bestiary

The Bestiary in OSRS is the list of all the monsters in the game (which is a very very long list). The following link will give you all the names and information regarding the bestiaries in Old School RuneScape.

OSRS Bestiary 
Level 1 Chicken
Drake
Duck
Duckling
Gnome
Gnome troop
Rat
Solus Dellagar
Spider
Undead chicken
Level 2Anja
Carnivorous chinchompa
Cow
Cow calf
Entrana firebird
Giant spider
Goblin
Hengel
Imp
Jeff
Johnny the Beard
Man
Narf
Penguin
Rabbit
Rusty
Seagull
Tramp
Undead cow
Woman
Wormbrain
Level 3Cave goblin
Cuffs
Drunken man
Gardener
Giant rat
Monkey
Seagull
Wyson
Zombie rat
Level 4Ceolburg
Gardener
Hygd
Level 5Frog
Bird
Desert snake
Goblin
Highwayman
Monk
Snake
Level 6Bat
Cave bug
Chompy bird
Giant rat
Mugger
Level 7Dark wizard
Dwarf
Farmer
Level 8Crawling Hand
Dark warrior
Level 9Al-Kharid warrior
Barbarian
Myre Blamish Snail
Wizard
Level 10Barbarian
Dwarf
Ochre Blamish Snail
Rowdy slave
Thug
osrs wiki monsters
osrs wiki monsters

OSRS Quests

In OSRS there are a total of 21 Free to Play quests which are mentioned below; And also there are 126 pay to play quests, offering a total of 236 quest points. The difficulty of quest depends upon each players strength and weaknesses.

OSRS Quests
Cook's Assistant
Demon Slayer
The Restless Ghost
Romeo & Juliet
Sheep Shearer
Shield of Arrav
Ernest the Chicken
Vampyre Slayer
Imp Catcher
Prince Ali Rescue
Doric's Quest
Black Knights' Fortress
Witch's Potion
The Knight's Sword
Goblin Diplomacy
Pirate's Treasure
Dragon Slayer I
Rune Mysteries
Misthalin Mystery
The Corsair Curse
X Marks the Spot

OSRS Calculators

Calculators in OSRS are usually used to define experience points and item manufacture costs based on real-time prices in the Grand Exchange Market Watch. Various calculators in OSRS are the following.

OSRS Calculator
Agility
Construction
Cooking
Crafting
Farming
Firemaking
Fishing
Fletching
Herblore
Hunter
Magic
Mining
Prayer
Runecrafting
Smithing
Thieving
Woodcutting

OSRS Guides

Some players in OSRS choose to play in alternative accounts to make money while training skills on the main account. It allows the players to sustain wealth while always using expensive methods with high experience rates. Buying an item for a low price and selling it for higher prices is a way to progress in the game (known as merchanting).

OSRS Guides
Agility OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Construction OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Cooking OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Crafting OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Farming OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Firemaking OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Fishing OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Fletching OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Herblore OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Hunter OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Magic OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Melee OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Mining OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)
Prayer OSRS Guides (Coming Soon)

OSRS Minigames

Minigames are small games in OSRS which are completed by an individual or a group of players, to complete certain objectives. Marked with a red star on the world map, minigames can be repeated unlike quests, which can be done only once.

OSRS Minigames
Barbarian Assault
Castle Wars
Bounty Hunter
Clan Wars

OSRS Bonds

OSRS bonds are an item that allows the player to pay for membership. Bonds can be purchased from JAGEX for real-world money and redeemed in-game for membership or traded with other players for coins or items. Players can store up to 20 bonds in their bond pouch. Bonds can never be dropped, destroyed or sold in shops. Players may only buy or sell one bond per Grand Exchange slot.

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