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Runescape3 Skill training guides

 I started away snaring birds at the southwest, then moved onto butterflies and hedgehog-like critters called kebbits in northern regions,rs3 gold until I could finally search small explosive raccoons known as chinchompas, which are highly prized on Runescape's auction house, the Grand Exchange.

As my Hunter level increased, I had to earn an increasing number of experience to get to the next level, so that I looked forward to unlocking new, faster ways to train, like going from gray to reddish chinchompas.

Mastering chinchompas was particularly interesting because I chose to hunt using a form of animation called three-ticking. I will spare you the particulars --only know that by putting in more effort and getting some timing down, you are able to shorten the time it takes to complete certain activities by tricking the game engine to overriding a very long animation using a brief one.

 Old School Runescape is still using the identical engine from 11 years ago, and this cartoon trick is only one of many ways players've pushed it to its limits. Veteran players have figured out how to do all sorts of buy rs 3 gold Jagex never actually planned on, from shortening animations to cheesing AI.

I spent time Hunter than any other abilities, but they all follow the same pattern. They're just like a tug-of-war using the game itself: as amounts start to require more experience, you learn more effective ways to train. As grindy as Runescape is, so long as you really feel as though you're roughly keeping up with all the ever-lengthening EXP bar, and so long as you have a very clear target in sight, it's never too daunting.

 

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