Gold is important in all MMORPGs, and OSRS is no exception. In Gielinor, it’s not enough to make just what you need; you should make sure you have lots just in case you’d need it. For that, here’s our farming guide.
Once you have the right gear and skills, you can then begin farming for gold. There are many ways to do that; click on here if you want a guide for that.
On top of all those tips, here are other farming tips that you might want to try your hand in. First off, there’s mining. As early as level 15 mining, you can already farm Iron Ore, which you can sell for up to 100,000 Gold, depending on how good you are at selling. This process can get even faster by going to the Varrock mines, where you can have the chance to mine 2 iron ores at once.
Aside from Iron Ore, there are lots of other gold-making materials you can farm with mining, such as:
Next would be fishing, a slower yet more relaxing skilling activity than mining. The way to make OSRS gold through this method is to sell swordfish and lobster. There are many fishing spots across Gielinor, but the best ones for this endeavor would be in Caterby and Fishing Guild.
Other profitable fishes include:
There are lots of other profitable skilling endeavors you can spend time in. Among them, Farming yields the highest result, with up to 5700k per hour at level 75 for Magic Saplings; with Law Runes at level 95 that can garner 1200k per hour at
If you don’t feel like going with that, there’s also Herblore, which at most can grant Weapon Poison at level 82 for 405k per hour; Thieving, which could earn you up to 1000k per hour by pickpocketing master farmers; and Hunting Implings at level 85 can garner you 580k. There are also lots of other skilling content that makes lots of gold – it’s simply up to you which one you’ll take up.
Do note, however, that you will have the choice to not do this manually. In fact, it’s preferable that you don’t due to the sheer monotony of these activities. For that, you can always pay for a botting service. There are lots of botting services out there, and each one has its own pros and cons and additional features, so it’s up to you which one you’re going to subscribe to.
For an even more efficient way to earn gold, you should be a member, get a second account, and get a bond for the second account. Once you pay off the bond, you can then use the second account to farm as well. You can also apply botting services for it.
Once you have already gathered all the materials you want to sell, it’s time to hit the OSRS Auction House. While it’s simple to use, getting the most out of selling your wares isn’t exactly an easy feat, considering that OSRS’ market is constantly fluctuating. However, once you got how the market works, it’s probably an even faster way than farming for gold manually.
On the other hand, if you already have enough gold but want to make even more, you can always try buying and selling in the OSRS Auction House. Buy out in-demand items then sell them at a higher price, buy cheap items and then sell them again once their prices go up – it’s all up to you. The important thing is that you get your gold and then sell it on the site.
Knowing how to amass gold, however, is only half the battle. The other is making sure that you raise enough gold so that you can answer the demand of buyers.
Another thing you should keep in mind is the price of your gold. By making sure that it’s neither too high that potential sellers would be turned off or too low that you’d no longer make a profit, you’ll be able to do business pretty well and have an advantage in other things, such as reliability and availability of your gold.