If you're into summoning, waterfiends could be helpful to test.

  • I just finished"Smoking Kills" pursuit and I was wondering what equipment would be effective for killing 120 Bloodvelds. I will be killing them in the Slayer Tower outside Canifis but I am not sure where they are inside there and what quantity of OSRS gold food I should attract (lobster/tuna). My latest profit in a stat would be 53 prayer, 54 Slayer, 76 attack and strength, plus 77 hitpoints.

    Guess I will be the first man to say slayer with this thread. It's great for when you do not know what to kill. You'll gain some additional total levels. I don't think I want to tell you about the slayer creatures that you could kill. If you don't like the idea of being told exactly what to kill (that I doubt you do not, cause your question is like slayer, cept no slayer exp.) , you could always try monkey guards if you have started monkey madness. There's a change right next to them, so it is perfect if you enjoy using dharoks. The alter also means that you may utilize stat boosting prayers, and that means you are going to be able to gain exp in a faster rate.

    The zombie monkies right downstairs of these guards are very good, too. Don't forget your salve ammy (cause they're undead), and a couple of additional prayer potions incase you can't get through the defenses in the time to recharge in the alter. Bandits are always another choice, simply need to wear a god thing so that they wont stop assaulting you. Also a good idea to attract guthans, or a few bunyips so that you are able to extend your stay. Only have to have done Defenders of Varrock. Go through the trap door in the chaos temple at the wild. Since they are undead, it's a fantastic idea to bring a salve ammy (e) to find a 20% attack and strength incentive. Good place for bones to peaches, also, since they drop bones and they are tons of bone respawns only at the temple. It's also likely to use prayer here, and also their drops often repay the potions easily.

    If you're into summoning, waterfiends could be helpful to test. About 80 percent of the time they'll drop a red charm, and also their falls are not that bad . They're just down the whirlpool you obtain access to while performing barbarian training. Be use to utilize crush attacks on them, they are very resistant to any thing else. Bunyips are GREAT here, their particular lets you eat raw fish to cure (they drop a lot of these ), and if you dont have to heal, you may use the raw fish for it to turn them to water runes (they also fall a lot of water runes).

    Ghostly warriors shed a lot of runes, and are fairly good exp, also. All you need is jenica's ring after finishing summer's end, and utilize the portal near the axe hut. It would be a good idea to bring a fort bracelet with you, if a rev tries to teleblock you and you can not get in the portal. They respawn VERY fast. If you're in a world with roughly 1600+ individuals, even only 2 minute will keep you assaulting none stop. They fall only a few runes and gems, so not just the best, but the exp is definitely something to consider. Try to use super attacks when you're training, you're hit a whole lot more often and get considerably more exp\hour. Cheaper than utilizing the cheap RuneScape gold super strengths, however, it does about as good as a project. Probably a few good things I did not understand about\forgot to mention.