Many players with free-to-play accounts will wonder what the best way to make OSRS gold is and how they can utilize questing to gain experience.
If this is the case, then there are a few quests that you can enjoy without having to be a full member. With that in mind, before you start to worry about the experience that you are gaining and how you can avoid having to buy OSRS gold with these adventures.
This quest is pretty specific to those who want to level up their Magic skill as fast as possible. By aiding Wizard Mizgog over at the Wizarding Tower, you will need to get your hands on four beads that have been stolen by imps.
By finishing this quest, you will receive a quest point, as well as 875 Magic XP, and perhaps most importantly, the Amulet of Accuracy, which can come in handy for many players.
One of the attractive things about this quest for new players is that it doesn’t have any requirements for it to be started. That being said, having your Mining skill up to level 15 could prove to be very beneficial, especially if you are short on time.
In this quest, players are tasked with going to the northern part of Falador to engage in conversation with a local dwarf named Doric.
You will then be challenged to go to the Dwarven Mine to collect some materials. By doing so, you will not only get 1300 Mining XP, but you can also use Doric’s anvil from now on if you need to. There’s also a quest point and 180 coins for your troubles too.
Your task here is to find the murder house, and then you guessed it, solve the mystery that lies within.
Here, Abigail and Hewey will be asked to uncover the secrets, so you need to explore the rooms to find the clues and answers. Completing it will give you 600 Crafting XP, plus an emerald, a sapphire, and an uncut ruby, plus your quest point.
If you are short on time, then you will find the Restless Ghost outing pretty useful for you to complete. To do so, you are going to want to be able to kill a level 13 skeleton.
With that being said, you should make sure that you don’t head into this quest if you are starting, as you will want to ensure that you are well prepared before attempting it.
Once you have managed to complete it, you will not only receive another quest point but a rather generous helping of 1125 Prayer XP, which is a great amount if you take into account how the Prayer experience usually stacks.
You will receive the Ghostspeak amulet too, which can be very useful for certain parts of the game.
Saving perhaps the longest and most difficult quest until last where this list is concerned, the knight’s Sword does pose a bit more of a challenge for you to overcome.
Therefore, try and get your combat levels and your Mining level up to level 10 so that you can make life a bit easier for yourself. The ice giants and warriors that await you are there to give you a hard time, so having your skills at this level is highly recommended.
With that out of the way, you can now go ahead and help out Sir Yvin make a brand new Blurite sword, which you will receive 12725 Smithing XP for, which can take you up to level 29 in this quest alone.
There’s also a quest point for you to get, and you can now make your own Blurite sword courtesy of having the ability to smelt Blurite ore yourself.
You may be a bit more limited as to what you would normally be as a member, but there is still a lot of worthwhile experiences for free in Old School Runescape.
You don’t have to worry about going to those selling OSRS gold to make sure that you have enough in-game cash or try too hard to find ways of getting generous amounts of XP.
The quests above are great ways of providing experience points to your free-to-play character.
By participating in them, you will find that there is still plenty for you to enjoy before you decide to leap into being a member.
Until then, OSRS has plenty to offer you, and you should make sure that you take it upon what it has to offer before you go ahead and see the capabilities for the game and your character when you do pull the trigger on a membership.
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