The robin works well as a cosmetic item and may

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The robin works well as a cosmetic item and may

If you're able to find a Tokkul-Zo, do this rather than an archer's ringin regards from the RS gold elder kiln pursuit and has +4 in all combat stats anyhow prayer and strength, which makes it simpler than the archer's ring. An amulet of which range is probably a better thing to purchase than a fury: it's a higher ranged attack bonus although it frees you marginally less well and does not have any prayer bonus.

You won't need a robin hood hat and an archer helm: for a quick stat test, the archer helm supplies greater defence although the robin hat includes +2 more ranged crime. It is really your call, the differences are modest. The robin works well as a cosmetic item and may be recoloured for loyalty points at Xuan in burthorpe and varrock, however. If you do not already have these, then you must find a few barrow's glovesthese things are very successful for the racket slot and really helpful as a result. You'll also want to purchase a pair of ranging bootsyou should get snakeskin, as ranger boots (12M) do not fall into your financial plan.

A defense slot will probably require an illuminated god publication. Together with Zamorak's book costing an unholy 22M, a far better alternative is armadyl's publication of law in 1.7M: it has just got two less ranged offence, but in addition, it has defence capabilitiies and as soon as you've illuminated it you are going to find a nice huge prayer bonus. Your cape ought to be ava's unless you're doing something where it will not do the job, for example shooting ogres in a cage. If that's the case you need to wear your very best ardougne cloak or something else with offensive/prayer bonuses. Red dragonhide, of course, if you don't want to get emptiness. I hope that helps!

Looking at your charms I'm not completely sure you could make 69 without becoming more charms. Together with golds using barker toads you would need 1840 gold charms for 160k xp, greens it's 1620 with Ibis, Crimsons it's 569 with stranger plants and blues you're probably going to want to save but it's 343 using kyatt's or graahks.

Up front, that is about 1.5m for cheap OSRS gold toads, 4.7m for ibis, 2.5m for stranger plants and 3.4m for Graahks (4.4m for Kyatt). A mixture would be somewhere in between. If you're lucky you'll make back around half that through selling the components. The exception being the blue pouches which could make your cash, but you would have to find an effective supply of blue charms.