OSRS Last Man Standing

Introduction

Yet another minigame that has brought back the veteran players of Old School RuneScape. Yes, I’m talking about the Last Man Standing, which is a PVP (Player Vs Player) battle royale that allows a minimum of four players to enter the arena and a maximum of twenty-four. As the game begins, players will be transported to a place different from the one co-existing in Gielinor, and that is where they have to battle each other until the last player stands as the winner. During the last man standing osrs game, you will have to loot various chests located in houses and sheds, and these chests will provide you with the necessary items required to survive.

Game Modes

There are three different LMS osrs (Last Man Standing osrs) game modes; casual, competitive, and high stakes. Casual game mode allowing players to take part in the minigame without obtaining any rewards after the game ends. However, the competitive game mode is different as it has a requirement of a total level of 150 to start the game. This requirement is only needed if the game is being held in a member’s world, or if a member is playing in a Free-to-play (F2P) world. This LMS osrs game mode also requires 24 players for the game to begin. The high stakes game mode is similar to the competitive mode, but every player will have to stake 500,000 RS Gold coins to enter. An Ironman player cannot play in this game mode, and the only way they can enter is by pursuing the OSRS staff team.

Location

The minigame is located west of the Clan Wars area, and to start your respective game modes, you’ll have to speak to the NPC named Lisa. It’s worth mentioning that you cannot bring any items along with you prior to entering the minigame, and if you do try to do that, they’ll be taken off and given back to you once the game is over. However, the best decision would be to use the bank nearby Lisa and deposit the items yourself.

LMS Worlds

Most of the minigames can be played in any world, but LMS has an exceptional rule, which allows you to play in any of the following three worlds; 326 (Free-to-play), 580 (Pay-to-play), 469 (Free-to-play), and 425 (Free-to-play). It’s quite a unique experience for the free players because the gameplay and modes are basically the same for both members and non-members. A fun fact is that Last Man Standing is the only minigame that allows free players to use special attacks.

Gameplay

Once you’ve been teleported to another island, your stats will automatically be boosted to 99 (apart from defense, which boosts or reverts to 75), and you’ll have unlimited Run Energy and Prayer Points available. Once you’ve successfully defeated an enemy, your stats, along with your Prayer Points, Special Attack, and Run Energy, will be restored completely. You will also receive a Bloody Key which can be used to open a chest and obtain various powerful items that can be used to fight against other players. During this phase, you’ll be vulnerable for 20 seconds, so you will have enough time on your hands to loot the chest and get ready for your next fight.

A minute after entering the island, a mysterious fog will start to descend upon the area. If you don’t run into the safe zone and it catches up to you, then it’ll cause severe damage. So, make sure that you keep your eyes sharp during the entire gameplay. The damage dealt from the fog will start to increase as you stay on the island for a longer duration. If you have heard of Battle Royale games like Fortnite or P.U.B.G, you may already be familiar with what I’m talking about.

Rewards

OSRS LMS Rewards don’t apply to players who are entering the island through the casual game mode, but in terms of high stakes, you can earn a good number of virtual points if you win. First place will receive five points as their OSRS LMS Rewards, second place will receive four, and the players who win third and fourth place will receive three points. Speaking of the other spots, players who are placed from fifth to ninth position will receive two points each, and players who are placed from ten to nineteen will be granted one point each. If you’re not placed in any of the mentioned positions, and you’ve killed three players within the island, you will receive a point.

During the high stakes game mode, if you win first place, you’ll be rewarded with 7,500,000 gold coins, and if you win second place, you will receive 2,500,000 gold coins. The winning can be collected from the chest that is situated nearby the NPC named Justine. Even though there are no coin rewards for third, fourth and fifth places, you may get a chance to play the next high-stake game for free.

World of Warcraft: How to Get the Best Gear as You Level

As you level in the World of Warcraft, it might be hard to keep yourself equipped with anything better than stock weapons that come from vendors. While this is perfectly acceptable and sometimes necessary, it’s not always the most efficient way to gain levels because you’re not going to be able to take as much damage, or put out as much damage with these equips.
I strongly recommend staying away from vendor gear as much as possible. Your character will become much stronger if you use gear that adds stat points to yourself. These start at uncommon (green) and they are much better at protecting you as well as getting your damage higher up there.

Where to get these? If you’re a player that is just completely loaded because you have a main account that supplies other accounts or because you buy gold online, feel free to just buy like mad off of the auction house. Buy all of the best equips for each level, if you want to and can afford it.

However, if you’re like the rest of us, you’re not going to be able to afford this as you level. You’re going to have to come up with more efficient alternative methods to getting the equipment you need, and you’re going to have to save your gold for your abilities and upkeep like repairs and food/water.

One of the best ways to get these equips is through the use of forming groups and running through instances. Instances are basically just dungeons that you run through with a party of five, and if the instance is the correct level, it will be somewhat difficult for the players involved, but will drop really great gear for the players that are going through it.

I recommend using addons like Atlas Loot before you start trying to do instances strictly for gear, because through the use of this addon, you can view the drops of the mobs as well as the chance that each mob will drop a particular item. To get atlasloot, run a search on curse.com for it.

Another decent way to get good gear is to either take crafting, or take gathering abilities that will allow you to supply high level crafters with the materials to make you gear. If your character wears leather, take skinning. You can use the skins to give to leatherworkers to make you some really good equips.

I’m not saying to not use the auction house ever. If you can afford it, use it whenever. However, if you can’t, only use it when you really need a certain piece of gear that you can’t find anywhere else. Save your gold. Definitely do not waste gold improving gear that you already have with things like enchants; it won’t be worth the gold you spend until you’re of a much higher level.

Runescape – Guide to Avaineses

Avainsies- the winged beasts of Armadyl, often killed for their drops of adamantite bars, and poisoned rune daggers. They are ranging beasts, and can only be affected with ranging or magic.
Combat level
69-148

I wouldn’t attack the 92+ because they hit 10+ and hit frequently, but drop the same stuff. It doesn’t matter how high you are the lower ones are the best .

Getting there…….. (minimum quest requirements- Troll stronghold and Temple of Ikov and Animal Magnetism)

The easiest way is to teleport to Trollheim, and just climb down the mountain, this requires Eadgar’s Ruse.

If you haven’t completed the quest, use a Games Necklace to teleport to Buthrope Games Arena. Once there you can bank at Rouge’s Guild, or Warrior’s Guild. Walk behind the Warrior’s Guild, on the path until you get to Tenzing. From him you can buy climbing boots for 12 gp, or you can just wear your own. Continue walking across the path until you get so some rocks to climb over. From here turn right past Dad, and through the caves. Run around the maze.

Here the paths meet. To get past the thrower trolls use protect range, then push the rock (70 str)to get to the icy entrance to the Godwars Dungeon. Pray melee past the wolves and go down. You will need a rope the first time you come I think. As soon as you go down, walk south to a fountain. You won’t be attacked since you will have on an Armadyl, Saradomin, and Zamorak item (will be discussed later). Here you can have fun killing Avainsies, or you can grapple to the lair for more.

Now that you know about them lets get into inventory, armor, and strategies.

I will list different types of armor for different levels.

Notice: you can kill them with under 70 range, just stay out of the lair, but I won’t include that in my guide. I will assume you have 70+ range and 70+ defense, the armor will change by defense level. Also, I will not put Armadyl armor in my guide. Armadyl pendant, one Saradomin, and one Zamorak item are required.

Defense 70-85

Helmet: Veracs gt; Torags gt; Neitziot Zamorak/Saradomin full helm* Plate: Black d’hide body Zamorak/ Saradomin d’hide body*
Legs: Veracs gt; Torags Saradomin/Zamorak plateskirt/legs* Weapon: Rune crossbow Sheild: Dragonfire sheild gt; Spirit Sheild gt; Obsidian Sheild gt; Granite Sheild Unholy/Holy book*
Boots: Dragon ~~ Climbing boots
Cape: Accumulator
Gloves: Barrows (rfd) gt; Black d’hide Vambs ~~ Zamorak/Saradomin Vambs/
Amulet: Armadyl pendent
**
Ring: Archer = Ring of Wealth- your preference, I prefer Wealth
Quiver: Broad bolts (55 slayer) gt; mithril bolts

  • – Saradomin, Zamorak item
    ** – Required if walking
    *** – Not recommended because over-priced
    ****- required!!! (we won’t use Armadyl armor)

Defense 85+

Helmet: Veracs gt; Torags gt; Neitziot Zamorak/Saradomin full helm* Plate: Black d’hide body Zamorak/ Saradomin d’hide body*
Legs: Black d’hide legs Zamorak/Saradomin d’hide legs* Weapon: Rune crossbow Sheild: Dragonfire sheild gt; Spirit Sheild gt; Obsidian Sheild gt; Granite Sheild Unholy/Holy book*
Boots: Dragon ~ Climbing boots Cape: Accumulator Gloves: Barrows (rfd) gt; Black d’hide Vambs Zamorak/Saradomin Vambs/
Amulet: Amadyl Pendent
**
Ring: Archer = Ring of Wealth- your preference, I prefer Wealth
Quiver: Broad bolts (55 slayer) gt; mithril bolts

  • – Saradomin, Zamorak item
    ** – Required if walking
    *** – Not recommended because over-priced
    ****- required!!! (we won’t use Armadyl armor)

Inventories will be the same for all.

2 range potions
2 super defense potions
200+ Nature runes
Fire staff or 2k+ fire runes Fire staff is better for long trips, but runes are ok too
Bones to Peaches tabs (amount depending on your stay)
Teleport tab to your preffered destination
A few free spaces, for steel arrows which accuamlator will collect, adamant bars, runes if you want to pick them up and two more spaces for coins and one for dagger before alchimification.
The rest in food ~~ whatever you want I bring pineapple pizzas

If you like you can bring a beast of burden for some extra food/pots.

Use the food you bring to heal up, when you free an inventory space, fill it with bones. Once you are completely out of food and have an inventory of bones, cast b2p (bones to peaches) and repeat, this time with peaches. The pizzas usually last me for approx. 100 kills, might be less if you are lower defense or range.
Note: stay away from the 131’s! Kill the 69,71,83 if you want you can kill 89’s too.

Stuff you might want to pickup:
Adamantite bars!!! Your main income.
Ranarr herbs
Water runes
Chaos runes
Blood runes
Clue scrolls
Rune daggers—–Alch
Rune limbs– Alch
And any thing you know is expensive

Have fun killing aviansies!

The Beautiful Final Fantasy XIII Game and the Astounding Reality of Its Characters & Storyline

According to GAMESPOT , Final Fantasy XIII delivers role-playing game fans a beautiful setting to work through, explore and enjoy. The setting of Final Fantasy XIII is an original world and it gives RPG fans the high-tech attributes fans have come to expect from this series. There are two distinct worlds in Final Fantasy XII. The gorgeous, soothing, beautifully designed world of Cocoon which floats above a dangerous underworld called Pulse. Cocoon glistens with fabulous crystalline structures merging both organic and synthetic qualities seamlessly. Refined machinery and superbly built buildings are plentiful in the urban backgrounds and every little thing looks as if meticulously painstaking care went into the makings of it. Final Fantasy XIII has such fantastic attention to every detail of the settings you journey through that there is always something memorable in every screen shot. The design of the setting definitely has a quality artistic characteristic to it whether it’s the well-designed pipe-work or patterns on a wall it’s stunning and varied; however the technical graphics artwork has a consistency to it which makes the screen shots flow flawlessly along throughout the journey.
The Final Fantasy XIII cast of characters are diverse, likable and actually really believable to the point that they can become very real to you. Like many other Final Fantasy games, the characters feel like old friends and their story is believable. The most compelling character of Final Fantasy XII is actually Lightning, a likable, determined beauty on a journey to save her sister. You will meet Lightning and her companion, Sazh, during the first moments of the game. Sazh is a sweet, likable pilot who has an afro which serves as a home for a chocobo chick. Eventually, Lightning and Sazh are joined by four more characters drawn together by events, pasts and their common goal. There is the hero, Snow, the spiritual leader of the group; Hope, who is a young man who consistently lets revenge cloud his judgment; Vanille, a young girl with a child-like innocence who can be compassionate, but she can also be stubborn; and Oerba, a dark-haired woman who wears a traditional Indian Sari.

The Final Fantasy XIII gaming itself takes a single-track nature without any divergent tasks, mini-games, puzzles nor populated towns to investigate. The story line is maintained in the first half, gets somewhat muddy in the middle, but then returns to the fast pace it initially provided at the end of the journey. The combat is menu-driven and you only control one persona. Plus, each persona maintains its roles be it medic, commando, saboteur and etc. Maintaining the roles is critical to winning battles in the second half of the game. In Final Fantasy XIII, paradigms are created such as combat clinic or perpetual magic. So, if you have a particular need for defeating a beast, you can go into a paradigm for your necessities. At the final part of the journey, various make-ups of beasts will have you in one paradigm and out to another while you attempt to figure out how to defeat them. Of course the boss fights are fun, engaging, and difficult and will take different persona groups and paradigm layouts before you win. Overall, Final Fantasy XIII is a game that almost any RPG fan can successfully escape into.

Renaissance Dynasties

The world is in the year 1500, two young Queens have just ascended to the thrones of England and Scotland. Their countries were divided by their predecessors each has their own courts, their own systems of government. The borders are dangerous with attacks and raiding on both sides. Guests from visiting countries can be found at either court. Help us rewrite history…

That’s right a historical based RPG for your browser. Can be played anywhere that you have access to the Internet, even through your phone. You find the site, and join the forum, but then what? Here is a walk through as to how to begin your wonderful adventure.

After creating your account and verifying it, you may notice a bunch of links to choose from. Click on the link “Character” and there you will be presented with another forum. You can use the same name or choose a different name for your Character.

Beside the name, you will notice a Race, English or Scottish, right now those are the only two that can be chosen from till such a time as more countries are implemented. If you choose England you will automatically start in the bustling city of London as a Peasant. If you choose Scottish, you will begin in the wonderful city of Edinburgh also as a peasant.

Your “Element” is different than your path, its what you are proficient at. Each one gives a +5 to the corresponding skill. They are very self explanatory but I will list here what they give.

Mining: Get Minerals and Gems gives a +5 in Mining
Theft: Possible to steal items from stores. Adds a +5 to your Thieving.
Fishing: Can you catch a whooper? Adds +5 to Fishing
Herbalism: Plants and the use of them. Adds +5 to Herbalism
Woodworking: What can you create? Adds +5 to Woodworking
Hunting: We all have to eat! Adds +5 to Hunting
Tailoring: We all need to wear clothes.. Adds +5 to Tailoring
Alchemy: Medicine and the knowing of how to use them. Adds +5 to Alchemy
Brewing: Making drinks for everyone. Adds +5 to Brewing

After the first page is filled out you will click the Continue button below. A second page will come up asking about your Class or Path. There are 4 options there.

Artisan
Church
Civilian
Military

Each one starts with their own set of stats that you will have to build up. As you gain levels you will notice that you grow stronger and have more jobs and other options available to you! After you hit Submit there, you are finished. Your character is created and you can either go explore the Town your in or just start posting and RPing on the forum part. Come join today for a wonderful Adventure!