Old School Runescape

OSRS Money Making Guide 2019

Welcome to the MMORPGTips Old School Runescape money making guide, with the fastest ways to make money in OSRS, both for F2P and Members.

OSRS Skilling Money Making Methods

Skilling is the main gameplay aspect Runescape so combining your efforts of skill training with making gold will be a good use of your time. PVM Skills like Combat and Slayer isn’t included in this part of the guide. See further down for PVM money making methods.

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What is the best OSRS money making skill?

There is no one skill that is the best for making money in Runescape, and you should work on leveling a bunch of skills. Mining, Farming, Runecrafting, Herblore and Smithing are all good skills to start to make gold with. Generally you should start leveling up a bunch of different skills to make money. read more

Elder Scrolls Online 1

The Elder Scrolls Online Leveling Guide – 1-50 + 810 Champion Points

Welcome to our leveling guide for the Elder Scrolls Online. Here we will provide you with the information you need to level your character as fast as possible from 1 to 50 with max Champion Points, and all the Skill Points.

Leveling to level 50 can be done in only a few hours if done right, but leveling Champion Points takes a lot longer. Expect months of in-game time to reach cap if you are a casual player. If you grind all the way it can be done in 10-14 days in-game time.

I do not recommend that you pay for any sort of leveling guide for ESO, as the info in this guide will get you to level 50 as fast as any other guide, free or not.

The Elder Scrolls Online Leveling Guide Index

ESO Experience Boosters and Bonuses

First things first, let’s make leveling go fast! With XP boosters you can make leveling go a lot faster than normal. Everything from potions to gear and special double XP events will make your leveling process go a lot faster. Below we will list all the main ways of boosting your XP.

Experience Scrolls & Ambrosia Drinks

You can get Crown Experience Scrolls in various ways.

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The first and easiest way is to get them for free through the daily reward system in the crown store. You can get quite a few every month, even some 150% ones, so log in and claim your rewards.

eso-leveling-guide-crown-gemsYou can also get Crown Experience Scrolls either in the Crown Crates which you can on some occasions also get for free through special events in the game, but usually, you have to buy. You can also buy Crown Experience Scrolls with the Crown Gems that you get from the chests.

Lastly, you can get XP scrolls from the standard way of buying them in the Crown Store.

Ambrosia Drinks work in the same way as experience scrolls. Ambrosia Drinks and Crown Experience Scrolls do not stack. There are three types of Ambrosia drinks that can be either crafted (which is pretty hard) or bought from a Guild Trader. They usually cost around 2000-3000 gold for the cheapest option and go up to quite a lot for the best one. If you loot and sell everything while grinding you should be able to pay for the upkeep of having an Ambrosia Drink constantly going.

The different Ambrosia Drinks are:

  • Psijic Ambrosia Drink (50% Bonus XP)
  • Aetherial Ambrosia Drink (100% Bonus XP)
  • Mythic Aetherial Ambrosia Drink (150% Bonus XP)
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    Everquest

    Project 1999 / Classic EQ Leveling Guide

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    Leveling in classic EQ takes a lot long than most modern MMO’s, but the leveling process feels a lot more like a part of the games compared to WoW where you nowadays usually rush to max level in a matter of days or even hours.

    If you are new to classic EQ, just try to enjoy leveling and treat it as an adventure. If you are leveling an alt for the 10th time however you might be keen to speed things up a bit, in this EQ leveling guide I’m going to show you how to get to level 60 as fast as possible. read more

    Everquest Featured Guide 3

    Project 1999 / Classic EQ Plat Guide

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    Welcome to our Plat guide for Classic Everquest. This guide was written with P1999 in mind but can be used on any classic or progression EQ server to make platinum.

    Making plat in EQ is pretty tough, especially as a new player and gearing up is done mostly through plat, except from at the end-game when you can raid to get gear.

    Well geared players,especially melee classes, have a huge advantage if they can afford to buy twink items such as the Fungi Tunic, haste items and powerful weapons when leveling. So it’s safe to say that making plat is an important aspect of the game. read more

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    Neverwinter Astral Diamond Guide: Mod 15, the Heart of Fire

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    Welcome to our Neverwinter Astral Diamond guide, updated for mod 15, the Heart of Fire! In this guide we will go over all the possible scenarios for making AD in Neverwinter. From the basics to investing in the auction house to good old fashion farming!

    Since mod 14, Ravenloft limited the max rough AD you can refine, I recommend everyone to save your AD for the moment as prices on the AH will hopefully drop within the next few weeks and months.

    Astral Diamond Guide Index

    1 – The Basics of Astral Diamond Making

    2 – Converting Currencies to Astral Diamonds

    3 – Farming for Astral Diamonds

    4 – Investing and Reselling on the Auction House

    5 – Summary

    The Basics of Astral Diamond Making

    VIP

    First of all, if you are serious about making AD, you will want to invest in VIP. VIP will give you numerous benefits when making AD, and it basically pays for it self through the keys you get every day. The advantages of VIP are:

    • Rank 1
    • Daily keys that on average should net you around 20-60k AD per day. With the chance at getting rare items like mounts, worth millions of AD.
    • 1 reward reroll token
    • 15% bonus AD from Dungeons and Skirmishes
    • Rank 4
    • Travel Signpost, time is money and you will save time with this,
    • 1 extra Reward Reroll Token
    • Rank 5
    • 10% Bonus AD from Invoking
    • Rank 6
    • Summon Mailbox, save more time.
    • 1 extra Reward Reroll Token
    • Rank 7
    • 15% bonus rough AD
    • Rank 8
    • No Auction House Fees

    Getting to VIP rank 8, for the no auction house fee bonus is vital if you want to make money by re-selling on the auction house, but there is little benefit of going past rank 8. See more about investing on AH further down.

    Tip: Although it might or might not be against the ToS of the game, you can set up multiple accounts and get VIP rank 1 on them so that you can claim additional keys per day. This can be very profitable. People have been banned in the past for doing this, but this is mostly for usings a very large number of accounts.

    Enchantments

    Be sure to use your utility enchanments and Wanderer’s Fortune to make RP. The more RP you make yourself, the less you have to spend on it. You can also use that RP to refine enchantments that you can sell. See our Refinement Guide for more info on refinement.

    I currently use x3 Dragon’s Hoard, x1 Quartermaster’s and x1 Fey’s Blessing, along with a mount with Wanderer’s Fortune. The Griffon mount is a good mount to get Wanderer’s Fortune. If you play a lot on your character you acutally only need one of each enchantment as you will hit the cap.

    Rough Astral Diamonds and Refining

    Refining Rough AD is the meat and potatoes of AD making, and you should aim to hit the cap as often as you can, preferably every day. As of Mod 14, Ravenloft, the cap for Rough AD is 100k for the entire account, as opposed to the previous cap of 36k for each character. While this might first seem like a bad thing at first, it really isn’t. Given time this change will lower the prices on the auction house and items will be cheaper and more accesible to normal players as AD farmers aren’t flooding the market with as much AD. It also makes the whole refining process a lot less time consuming and cuts down on all the micro managing between multiple characters.

    Tip: Remember to Invoke when you can. Invoking will give you a Rough AD bonus. You can get Coalescent Wards from invoking which can make you 500k AD, read more about that below in the Converting Currencies section of the guide.

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    The in game queue system used to make rough AD.

    To reach the cap, play through all the queues you have available to you. More queues unlock as you progress through campaigns. For AD purposes, I recommend only running the queues once a day, as the repeat bonuses generally aren’t worth it.

    • Leveling Queue: 9200 AD – 60 Seals of the Brave – Repeat Bonus: 1150 AD
    • Intermediate Queue: 13800 AD – 100 Seals of the Brave – Repeat Bonus: 2300 AD
    • Advanced Queue: 17250 AD – 120 Seals of the Brave – Repeat Bonus: 3450 AD
    • Expert Queue: 23000 AD – 20 Seals of the Crown

    Queues also sometimes reward extra AD for Healers or Tanks.

    After doing your queues, you might still need some rough AD to reach the cap, so here is where salvaging comes into play.

    Farming for Rough Astral Diamonds read more

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    The Complete Mod 15 Trickster Rogue Guide

    Trickster Rogue Guide

    Welcome to our Trickster Rogue Guide, updated for the Heart of Fire, mod 15. In this guide, we will give you tips and info on how to play the Trickster Rogue class.

    The Trickster Rogue is a typical melee DPS class, relying mostly on stealth and cunning to attack their enemies from the shadows. They wield blades and daggers that they use to attack the mobs from the shadows.

    The purpose of our class guides is not just to show you a build that you can copy and use on your character, but to show you a base build and teach you the mechanics and stats of the game, so you can understand and play your class to its fullest capabilities. Try different gear, feats and powers and learn to tailor your own build for your playstyle. See our guide to making your own build for more info.

    Trickster Rogue Guide Index

    1. Basic Trickster Rogue Info
    2. Trickster Rogue Paragon Paths & Powers
    3. Trickster Rogue Boons
    4. Trickster Rogue Weapons & Gear
    5. Trickster Rogue Enchantments
    6. Trickster Rogue Consumables & Buffs
    7. Trickster Rogue Companions
    8. Trickster Rogue Mounts

    Basic Trickster Rogue Info

    Best Races as a Trickster Rogue

    1. Dragonborn: +2 to any stats. Dragon Heritage (5% extra healing from spells and abilities). Dragonborn Fury (3% extra power and crit).
    2. Half-Orc : +2 Dex, +2 Str / +2 Con. Furious Assault (5% more crit severity). Swift Charge (10% increased run speed when you enter combat).
    3. Human: +2 to any stats. Versatile Defense (3% extra defense). Heroic Effort (3 extra heroic feats).

    Trickster Rogue Attribute / Ability Score Priority

    • Strenght > Dexterity > Charisma

    Swap Dex for Cha if you can cap crit chance without Dex

    Trickster Rogue Rating / Stat Priority

    For stats in Neverwinter, aim to hit the hard/soft cap of your primary stat, then secondary and so forth. Try not to waste stats by going over the caps, and instead start gearing towards another stat.

    •  Crit (Caps at 100%) >Armor Penetration (Cap Resistance Ignored at 100%)  > Power > Recovery > Life Steal

    Trickster Rogue Paragon Paths & Powers

    Master Infiltrator is the current recommended paragon path for Trickster Rogue

    Master Infiltrator Build

    Master Infiltrator

    Executioner is mainly a Single Target build while Saboteur is for AoE. Having one of each in a loadout is ideal so that you can switch between trash and boss fights.

    Master Infiltrator Combat Powers

    At-Wills: Duelist’s Flurry (Single Target) – Gloaming Cut- Sly Flourish read more

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    The Complete Mod 15 Oathbound Paladin Guide

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    Welcome to our Oathbound Paladin Guide, updated for the Heart of Fire, mod 15. In this guide, we will give you tips and info on how to play the Oathbound Paladin class.

    The Oathbound Paladin is a holy warrior, introduced in mod 6: Elemental Evil. They can either be Healers through the Oath of Devotion paragon path or Tanks through Oath of Protection.

    In addition to tanking or healing, the main role of the OP is to share power with the group through his powershare feat “Aura Gifts”.

    The purpose of our class guides is not just to show you a build that you can copy and use on your character, but to show you a base build and teach you the mechanics and stats of the game, so you can understand and play your class to its fullest capabilities. Try different gear, feats and powers and learn to tailor your own build for your playstyle. See our guide to making your own build for more info.

    Oathbound Paladin Guide Index

    1. Basic Oathbound Paladin Info
    2. Oathbound Paladinn Paths & Powers
    3. Oathbound Paladin Boons
    4. Oathbound Paladin Weapons & Gear
    5. Oathbound Paladin Enchantments
    6. Oathbound Paladin Consumables & Buffs
    7. Oathbound Paladin Companions
    8. Oathbound Paladin Mounts

    Basic Oathbound Paladin Info

    Best Races as a Oathbound Paladin

    1. Tiefling: +2 Con, +2 Cha. Bloodhunt (+5% damage to mobs below 50%) Infernal Wrath (- 5% power debuff)
    2. Dragonborn: +2 to any stats. Dragon Heritage (5% extra healing from spells and abilities). Dragonborn Fury (3% extra power and crit).
    3. Human: +2 to any stats. Versatile Defense (3% extra defense). Heroic Effort (3 extra heroic feats).
    4. Dwarf : +2 Con, +2 Str. Stand your Ground (20% resistance to knock and push). Cast-Iron Stomach (20% resistance to DoTs)

    Oathbound Paladin Attribute / Ability Score Priority

    • Constitution > Charisma

    Oathbound Paladin Rating / Stat Priority

    For stats in Neverwinter, aim to hit the hard/soft cap of your primary stat, then secondary and so forth. Try not to waste stats by going over the caps, and instead start gearing towards another stat.

    •  Power > Defense (Caps Damage Resistance at 95%) > Deflection (Caps at 100%) > Hit Points > Armor Penetration (Cap Resistance Ignored at 100%) > Recovery > Crit (Caps at 100%)

    Oathbound Paladin Paragon Paths & Powers

    The Oathbound Paladin paragon paths offer two vastly different play styles. The Oath of Protection for tanking and DPS, and the Oath of Devotion for healing.

    oath of protection build

    Oath of Protection

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    The Complete Mod 15 Guardian Fighter Guide

    Guardian Fighter Guide

    Welcome to our Guardian Fighter Guide, updated for the Heart of Fire, mod 15. In this guide, we will give you tips and info on how to play the Guardian Fighter class.

    The Guardian Fighter is the typical tank class in Neverwinter. The Guardian Fighter class is suited for players who want to be at the forefront of the battle, being able to absorb huge amounts of damage. Paired with a good cleric, the Guardian Fighter is near unbeatable. The Guardian Fighter is however also capable of dishing out some damage and can be played as DPS as well.

    This guide has a Tactician tank build as well as a Conqueror DPS build, using both in two loadouts is recommended for groupd / solo play.

    The purpose of our class guides is not just to show you a build that you can copy and use on your character, but to show you a base build and teach you the mechanics and stats of the game, so you can understand and play your class to its fullest capabilities. Try different gear, feats and powers and learn to tailor your own build for your playstyle. See our guide to making your own build for more info.

    Guardian Fighter Guide Index

    1. Basic Guardian Fighter Info
    2. Guardian Fighter Paths & Powers
    3. Guardian Fighter Boons
    4. Guardian Fighter Weapons & Gear
    5. Guardian Fighter Enchantments
    6. Guardian Fighter Consumables & Buffs
    7. Guardian Fighter Companions
    8. Guardian Fighter Mounts

    Basic Guardian Fighter Info

    Best Races as a Guardian Fighter

    1. Dragonborn: +2 to any stats. Dragon Heritage (5% extra healing from spells and abilities). Dragonborn Fury (3% extra power and crit). Great race for DPS spec, good for Tank.
    2. Human: +2 to any stats. Versatile Defense (3% extra defense). Heroic Effort (3 extra heroic feats). Great race for Tanking.
    3. Dwarf : +2 Con, +2 Str. Stand your Ground (20% resistance to knock and push). Cast-Iron Stomach (20% resistance to DoTs) Great option for tanking.
    4. Half-Orc : +2 Dex, +2 Str / +2 Con. Furious Assault (5% more crit severity). Swift Charge (10% increased run speed when you enter combat). Good option for DPS.
    5. Halfing : +2 Dex, +2 Con. Nimble Reaction (3% extra deflection). Bold (10% control resistance). Decent choice for tanking.

    Guardian Fighter Attribute / Ability Score Priority

    • Tank :  Constitution > Dexterity > Strenght
    • DPS: Strenght > Charisma > Dexterity (The reason for choosing Cha over dex is to gain combat advantage damage. Dex will give you armor penetration, but at end-game that is easy to cap by other means)

    Guardian Fighter Rating / Stat Priority

    For stats in Neverwinter, aim to hit the hard/soft cap of your primary stat, then secondary and so forth. Try not to waste stats by going over the caps, and instead start gearing towards another stat.

      • Tank : Defense (Caps Damage Resistance at 95%) > Deflection (Caps at 100%) > Hit Points > Armor Penetration (Cap Resistance Ignored at 100%) > Power > Recovery > Crit (Caps at 100%)
      • DPS : Armor Penetration (Cap Resistance Ignored at 100%) > Power > Crit (Caps at 100%) > Defense (Caps Damage Resistance at 95%) > Recovery > Deflection (Caps at 100%)

      Guardian Fighter Paragon Paths & Powers

      The current best paragon path for Guardian Fighters is Swordmaster, both for tanking and DPS. This is mainly due to the ability Weapon Master’s Strike.

      swordmaster build

      Swordmaster

      Swordmaster Tactician Tank Combat Powers
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    The Complete Mod 15 Control Wizard Guide

    Control Wizard Guide

    Welcome to our Control Wizard Guide, updated for the Heart of Fire, Mod 15. In this guide, we will give you tips and info on how to play the Control Wizard class.

    The Control Wizard is a CC (Crowd Control) and damage dealing class. They harness arcane energy which they unleash on their victims.

    This guide has a single target and support MoF loadout and a SS AoE loadout.

    The purpose of our class guides is not just to show you a build that you can copy and use on your character, but to show you a base build and teach you the mechanics and stats of the game, so you can understand and play your class to its fullest capabilities. Try different gear, feats and powers and learn to tailor your own build for your playstyle. See our guide to making your own build for more info.

    Control Wizard Guide Index

    1. Basic Control Wizard Info
    2. Control Wizard Paragon Paths & Powers
    3. Control Wizard Boons
    4. Control Wizard Weapons & Gear
    5. Control Wizard Enchantments
    6. Control Wizard Consumables & Buffs
    7. Control Wizard Companions
    8. Control Wizard Mounts

    Basic Control Wizard Info

    Best Races as a Control Wizard

    1. Tiefling: +2 Int, +2 Cha. Bloodhunt (+5% damage to mobs below 50%). Infernal Wrath (- 5% power debuff).
    2. Human: +2 to any stats. Versatile Defense (3% extra defense). Heroic Effort (3 extra heroic feats).

    Control Wizard Attribute / Ability Score Priority

    • Intelligence > Charisma > Wisdom

    Control Wizard Rating / Stat Priority

    For stats in Neverwinter, aim to hit the hard/soft cap of your primary stat, then secondary and so forth. Try not to waste stats by going over the caps, and instead start gearing towards another stat.

    • Armor Penetration (Cap Resistance Ignored at 100%) > Crit (Caps at 100%) > Power > Recovery

    Control Wizard Paragon Paths & Powers

    Master of Flame Build

    Master of Flame

    This MoF loadout is a single target and support Renegade / Thaumaturge build.

    Master of Flame Combat Powers

    At-Wills: Ray of Frost – Scorching Burst

    Class Features: Chilling Presence – Swath of Destruction read more

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    The Complete Mod 15 Great Weapon Fighter Guide

    Great Weapon Fighter Guide

    Welcome to our Great Weapon Fighter Guide, updated for the Heart of Fire, mod 15. In this guide, we will give you tips and info on how to play the Great Weapon Fighter class.

    The Great Weapon Fighter is a typical melee DPS class. They rely on strength to deliver huge blows to their enemies with their two-handed weapons. They can hold aggro very well and has decent defense capabilities, but can be very gear dependant. Great Weapon fighter are also some of the fastest and best soloers in the game, as well as being sought after in groups.

    The purpose of our class guides is not just to show you a build that you can copy and use on your character, but to show you a base build and teach you the mechanics and stats of the game, so you can understand and play your class to its fullest capabilities. Try different gear, feats and powers and learn to tailor your own build for your playstyle. See our guide to making your own build for more info.

    Great Weapon Fighter Guide Index

      1. Basic Great Weapon Fighter Info
        1. Great Weapon Fighter Paragon Paths & Powers
          1. Great Weapon Fighter Boons
            1. Great Weapon Fighter Weapons & Gear
              1. Great Weapon Fighter Enchantments
                1. Great Weapon Fighter Consumables & Buffs
                  1. Great Weapon Fighter Companions
                  1. Great Weapon Fighter Mounts

                  Basic Great Weapon Fighter Info

                  Best Races as a Great Weapon Fighter

                  1. Dragonborn: +2 to any stats. Dragon Heritage (5% extra healing from spells and abilities). Dragonborn Fury (3% extra power and crit).
                  2. Half-Orc : +2 Dex, +2 Str / +2 Con. Furious Assault (5% more crit severity). Swift Charge (10% increased run speed when you enter combat).

                  Great Weapon Fighter Attribute / Ability Score Priority

                  • Strenght > Dexterity
                  • When you reach 100% crit you can switch out Dex for Cha to maximise DPS

                  Great Weapon Fighter Rating / Stat Priority

                  For stats in Neverwinter, aim to hit the hard/soft cap of your primary stat, then secondary and so forth. Try not to waste stats by going over the caps, and instead start gearing towards another stat.

                  • Armor Penetration (Cap Resistance Ignored at 100%) > Crit (Caps at 100%) > Power > Hit Points > Recovery

                  Great Weapon Fighter Paragon Paths & Powers

                  Swordmaster is the current recommended paragon path for Great Weapon Fighters.

                  swordmaster build

                  Swordmaster:

                  Swordmaster Combat Powers :

                  At-Wills: Sure Strike – Weapon Master Strike

                  Class Features: Destroyer – Wrathful Determination read more