The storyline to this ability is that you’re trying to find out what’s beneath the big spooky castle. Some time ago, an incredible power swept through runescape (it was a big real-time event, players were raised up temporarily and a red light shone onto RS gold everyone). Your aim is to journey into the bottom depths of the dungeons below the castle. . .all the method to ground 60…and uncover the source of the odd power.
Some quick basics for you to know now: Floor: You are able to do more flooring as your level gets higher. The lower the floor, the better your experience gained. Complexity: Just how many abilities your floor includes. The more complicated, the more experience. Prestige: A mechanic that gives you mroe xp for taking the floors in order than simply doing consistent high level floors. Beginning room: the room you start in with all necessary facilities, some food, and a store with nearly everything you might need. However, it costs a little.
Binds: You can bind one weapon or peice of armour, and also runes or arrows (up to 125 of these ). The number of bindable weapons/armour increases as the level goes up. Guardian doorways: you can only open these once you’ve conquered all monsters in the room. Skill doors: you want a certain skill level to open these. Puzzle space: like it says, a puzzle. If you’re stuck, search for a dungeoneering guide on the internet. They list all of the puzzles. Death: reduces your experience by a fair chunk. Seriously, do not die. Nawt kewl. I hope that helps!
I’ll try to explain it super-easily. You will find a lot of dungeons, known as floors. Think of these as mazes which you get XP for by reaching the finish. As you level the ability, you unlock additional flooring. The floor number has nothing to do with how tough the dungeon is. The only difference between every floor is the boss looks different and the scenery changes.
The complexity determines how hard the floor is, and also the size determines how long it will take to complete. Both are determined by the party leader. Everyone selects complexity 6 because you get the maximum XP like that. The size (how many rooms there are), again, depends on what the party leader selects. If there’s 5 people on your party, expect it to be put on big and require a very long time to complete.
When you finish a floor for the first time you receive double XP. The second time you just get half. This is known as stature, but you can acquire double XP again if you click the reset button. Thus, everyone does all of the flooring they have unlocked once Like flooring 1 - 27, clicks the refresh button, does flooring 1 - 29, (since they lvled dungeoneering by finishing dungeons), clicks flashed, and cheap OSRS gold keeps going like that. Try not to perish as it enhances the XP you get.