This guide will cover everything you need to know in a short- but sweet- article that'll reveal every bit of info you need for getting started levelling Construction, without making you read about the training methods that only 1% of the playerbase will ever use. This means I'll cover the three best methods of training, being suitable for all readers, in offering a section of the three-part Construction Guide up to be dedicated to the methods of levelling the skill based on being the: Cheapest (but slowest) method; Ironman Account Method; and the Fastest (most expensive) method.
Let's get started: Oldschool Runescape Construction Skill Guide by Piss_Gaming
This guide will cover every detail of (levelling) the Crafting skill. This includes how much Crafting costs in OSRS, how long it'll take, why you should train this specific skill, and what you gain from reaching level 99. I'll try to include a variety of methods whilst guiding you to help make Crafting and the rewards for reaching the highest possible level (99) accessible for all, regardless of the amount of time and money the reader does or does not have for/in Oldschool Runescape.
Let me begin by saying that this is one of the best skills in the game - not because of what you can do with it - no; monsters usually drop the finished products you might want much earlier into the game (Ironman), way before you'll be training the skill, and the craft-able weapons and armour you can use on a main are easily attainable on the Grand Exchange for cheap. The Crafting Skillcape is S+ tier, and its Perk is of the most useful Perks in game. With a nice looking colour-combo (Grey/Yellow) and a free teleport that's the most near to a bank of all methods of banking in-game, this is THE skill you should want to train. This guide shows you how...
Crafting Guide to Access The Skillcape Teleport & Guild, in Oldschool Runescape
Theo is on a three days long breakdown on Twitter, which has sparked discussion about the popular YouTuber's mental health among the majority of members within the Oldschool Runescape community, including big names (other YouTubers, streamers, ex J-mods)â whether it's to show their support for him voicing his opinion, to announce their unfollowing of his Twitter, YouTube, Twitch, or to be rage-blocked by Theoatrix himself. Of course, /r/2007Scape Reddit threads are being made to cover the Theoatrix dramaâ which at the time of writing this, is still going strong (but all according to his master plan according to Theoatrix), with no signs of stopping any time soon.
Here's what Piss_Gaming.zone could gather on the current happenings of Theo on Twitter, his mental health, breakdown, and a quick rundown on the Theoatrix drama.
Read: Theo Twitter Drama; How it began, Odablock, Golden Gnomes, Twitter, Reddit
This article/guide covers the methods involved in increasing the experience(/hr) rates for a few of the members-only skills; specifically, the "gathering" skills: Woodcutting, Mining, Fishing, Runecrafting (niche, used for Daeyaltâ Essence).
It's done by making use of a mechanic called "Tick Manipulation" - whether it's 3t, 1.5t, or the in-between and what we're looking at today, "how to" 2 Tick Teaks and some of the other useful, related (Mahogany, Yew, Redwood) treesâ¦ Keep reading to this article by Piss Gaming to learn everything there is to know about 2 Tick Woodcutting!
This method is popular with Oldschool Runescape streamers like b0aty and Sick Nerd, who use tick manipulation to quickly level their new accounts to the base requirements of quests or new content. The viewers of such streamers see this and become curious, then seek answers on Google, ending up at the 2007scape Subreddit or OSRSWiki more often than not.
Information on: 2 Tick/1.5t wc Teaks â Your Questions Answered & The Method Explained