Bossing is among the most enjoyable things to play in old school Runescape. Many players grind out there accounts for the sole reason of wanting to start bossing at some point. Bossing is an excellent way of earning money from OSRS or for scouting those glorious pets and for getting certain items from ironman accounts. This guide to bossing in OSRS is the best resource for helping you start with bossing.
Venenatis is a large poisonous spider that is found east from the Wilderness Bone Yard, believed to be the last of her kind following being hunted down to extinction by Dwarves.
Venenatis is targeted as alone to bring the Treasonous ring, which numerous players want to own for the purpose of imbuing, fetching nearly 400k at the Grand Exchange. Other rare high-profit drops include 1/170 chances of an Dragon pickaxe valued at 4 million and typical drops in the form of Onyx bolt tips at 50ok. Venantis is an easy boss to beat, with good range settings that let you win up to 30 wins an hour.
The Dagganoth Kings reside in the underbelly of Waterbirth Island and are great for starting out with if you have a couple of buddies, since this area is multi-combat friendly and with a little practice you can end up reaching upwards of 130 wins per hour.
Each Dagganoth utilizes a unique combat style, and is weak in comparison to the style that beats them in the Combat Triangle: Rex is Melee, Supreme is Ranged and Prime is Magic. Each King comes with a unique ring drop alongside the chance for dropping the Dragon axe for 50k. These ring drops are a 1/128 drop that includes Rex’s Berserker Ring fetching 1.7 million and Supreme’s prized archer’s ring which is worth 3 million.
Zulah is considered by many to be a formidable foe. The boss’s solo can only be reached by boarding the boat to its abode and requires you to sacrifice yourself up to High-Priestess Zel Gwenwyning.
Zulrah is a bit intimidating and has ended many a Hardcore Ironman in its time. When you learn Zulrah’s rotations, you can quickly achieve up to 30 wins per hour. It is estimated that the Tanzanite fang, Magic fang, and Serpentine visage can all net you over 2 million each along with the usual drops of stackable scales Runes, teleports, as well as battle staves.
Vorkath is the Draconic boss who was released with the Dragon Slayer II quest, roughly translated as ‘weakling’ in Dragonkin. He was experimented on to test the limits of his abilities, but was later abandoned on the island he now inhabits because of a lack of the ability to fight.
Vorkath is an incredibly simple solo boss to master and you could be having the ability to achieve as high as 30 wins per hour. Vorkath is the owner of the Skeletal face, which is worth more than 14 million thanks to its very rare 1/5,000 chance as well as the similarly illusive Draconic appearance, which is 2.8 million. Other notable droppings include Dragon and Rune weapons and armor, dragonhide, bolts, and manta Rays.
It is believed that the Abyssal Sire can be described as the Abyssal Boss of Demons needing a level 85 Slayer take down. According to lore Sire’s are the engineers in the Abyss they inhabit as they built it prior the time of the God Wars.
When you’ve mastered the game in the game, the Sire could be defeated as many as 30 times per hour, along with other regular items, there is a 1/100 chance of dropping an undesired one, which could be put in near the Font of Consumption for a roll of the rare drop table. The rewards include Abyssal whips (2.4 million), Abyssal daggers (3.3 million) as well as one of three items of Abyssal bludgeon which, when completed, can sell for 23.6 million.
Chambers of Xeric
The Chambers of Xeric is Runescape’s first Raid that is located at Mount Quidamortem in the Kebos Lowlands. This is a high-level group game that requires players to get through a specific number of combat encounters before finally facing the Great Olm and attempting to loot from the reward chest. For many, Raids are the highest level and most enjoyable feature in Runescape and remain the main reason that it remains one of the top games that you can play cooperatively with friends. Due to its nature it is likely that you’ll only get two Raids an hour, but the rewards here are among the top in the game.
Based on the number of points that are earned in the raid, the player has a chance to roll the drop table, which is a unique feature. This table contains the most lucrative items in the game, like the Twisted bow at a staggering 1 billion gp. Other items include the Kodai symbol (82.3 million), Dragon hunter crossbow (79 million) Ancestral robe pieces (53-60 million), Dragon claws (53.3 million) as well as the Dexterous Prayer Scroll (16.2 millions).
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