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I think RS3 gold deserves a single monster that is at least decent training and gives some rune and addy drops every now and then, with no possibility of experiencing a rev abruptly appear and potentially own you.

Remeber that sense of pride you got when you completed dragon slayer? How did you get to Crandor? By boat of course! How do you visit Pest Control to conserve the Void Knight? Boat! How do you visit Brimenhaven Dungeon to have some metal dragons? Boat of course!

Boats are used regularly in RuneScape. You always have some NPC sail into some island. But why can’t YOU bring yourself and not have to pay that little amount of money which occupies inventory space. Well with the newest Boating Skill now you can. This is how it works. You would purchase boards just like in Building and you’d work on your own ship. You would require a saw to cut the planks, Nails, Planks (Of different kinds like construction) hammer and of course yourself.

Then once you built all of the sections of your boat it is possible to add things such as a flag or possess the symbol of a clan on it. Then you may hire a crew. You can employ a navagator, chef, pirate etc., to help take good care of your boat. You can even place cannons or catapults in your boat to battle other enemy boats. This would be part of a mini-game.

Then you can sail your ships into different islands, but you would have more direct control over your ship. To sail your boat you need to have a navagator and a priest to help show you the way you can steer and run the boat. Once you get to a certain level you will not need a Captain or Navagator. You can have distinct rooms such as cabins, a kitchen (That is where the Chef comes in) and even war-room in which you co-ordinate battles  buy RS gold (Section of the mini-game see below). Well on to the Mini-Game…

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Author: Sunxuemei Sunxuemei | Created at: 07.04.2021


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