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                      ~ R U N E S C A P E (Full FAQ and Guide) ~
    Guide Details
    Author: Richard Wise
    Web Alias: ImationM320
    Email: richardwise@netspace.net.au
    Game: Runescape (www.runescape.com)
    System: PC
    Date Format: dd/mm/yy
    Version: 2.3 (24/03/06)
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    Version: 1.0 (12/10/05)
    Latest Update
     Another quest added. Demon Slayer. I promise, I will make a big update
     tomorrow night (Saturday). I just need some time :-)
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    Everything within this document is the work, hence property of Richard Wise.
    Some things from OTHER PEOPLE have been used, therefore credit has been given.
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     - Neoseeker
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    Thank you!
                      ~ N O T E S  F R O M  T H E  E D I T O R ~
    Hello again! ImationM320 here with another FAQ! It's been a few months since my
    last FAQ, I was a bit occupied with other things but I have stepped back into
    the FAQing area and I'll be writing more FAQs for your reading purposes!
    First and foremost, I would like to say that I am NOT a pro at this game. I am
    not a level 100 or anything like that. I'm just a level 60+ who wanted to write
    an FAQ for a great game. However I will try my very hardest to make sure
    all of the information is correct.
    If you're here to find information on any skill that lies within the depths of
    Runescape, or perhaps learn about certain monsters, then you have found the
    correct FAQ. I felt that with the lack of any major FAQ that resided within
    GameFAQs was a call for me, ImationM320, to step up to the plate and fill in
    the gap with my Runescape FAQ and Guide.
    Should you have a contribution to my walkthrough, then you are warmly welcomed
    to send it to me. Should I like it and have not got it, it will be added and
    your name shall be added to the thanks list towards the end.
    Before you begin that IM message or email saying "You do not have such and such
    on this section" think to yourself:
    "FAQs are never complete". I shall work on this walkthrough over time for you,
    and your patience is warmly appreciated.
    Now, enough talk from me, good luck, and welcome to Runescape!
         - ImationM320 (Richard Wise)
                      ~ T A B L E  O F  C O N T E N T S ~
    For easy navigation:
    1. Highlight the code number of the desired section below.
    2. Press ctrl + c.
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    5. Press Enter.
       SECTION                                                          CODE NUMBER
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    1. The Basics Of Runescape...............................................[0001]
         a. How to become a likeable person..................................[0002]
         b. What is Runescape?...............................................[0003]
         c. How To Play......................................................[0004]
    2. Skills................................................................[0005]
         a. What are skills?.................................................[0006]
         b. Attack...........................................................[0007]
         c. Defence..........................................................[0008]
         d. Strength.........................................................[0009]
         e. Mining...........................................................[0010]
         f. Smithing.........................................................[0011]
         g. Woodcutting......................................................[0012]
         h. Firemaking.......................................................[0013]
         i. Cooking..........................................................[0014]
         j. Fishing..........................................................[0015]
         k. Magic............................................................[0016]
         l. Range............................................................[0017]
         m. Prayer...........................................................[0018]
         n. Herblore.........................................................[0019]
         o. Agility..........................................................[0020]
         p. Fletching........................................................[0021]
         q. Slayer...........................................................[0022]
         r. Thieving.........................................................[0023]
         s. Farming..........................................................[0024]
    3. Quests................................................................[0025]
       a. Quests?............................................................[0026]
       b. Cook's Assistant...................................................[0027]
       C. Doric's Quest......................................................[0028]
       d. Black Knight's Fortress............................................[0029]
       e. Witch's Potion.....................................................[0030]
       f. Demon Slayer.......................................................[0031]
    [0001]        ~ T H E  B A S I C S  O F  R U N E S C A P E ~             [0001]
    This section will gloss over what exactly Runescape is, how to play, and some
    general tips to become a likeable person.
    a. How to become a likeable person                                       [0002]
     1. First and foremost, NEVER BEG FOR ITEMS. It will get you nothing, you will
        instantly be branded a noob (somebody who doesn't know anything), and it
        will quickly earn you a bad reputation. Earn the stuff yourself.
     2. Be polite. Don't go around saying "haha noob" to randoms. Plus, abusing the
        other players can get you banned. Be polite, and if somebody flames you,
        report them and just walk away. That way you don't get any trouble and they
        can get into trouble.
     3. NEVER SCAM. I hate scammers. Everytime I see one trying, I report and I
        abuse him into oblivion. They are all stupid little nobodies who deserve to
        die. If you scam, you will most certainly be banned for it. If you see a
        scammer, report him, then tell others to report him. It increases the
        likelyhood that Jagex will ban him, which will teach him a lesson.
     4. Have Fun. If you are getting upset, annoyed, or angry at any aspect of the
        game that's making you scream or shout profanity at the PC, logout, read a
        book or surf the internet for a while, then return to the game once you are
    b. What is Runescape?                                                    [0003]
    Runescape is an MMORPG (Massivly Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) which is
    coded in JAVASCRIPT. This puts a lot of people off, but hey, not all games are
    perfect, and the staff did a fantastic job. The aim of the game is simple, walk
    around, picking up stuff, leveling up, and ultimately becoming one of the most
    rich and powerful users around.
    Be warned though, there are a lot of people out there who find it their goal to
    scam and steal as many passwords as they can. But you must never be put off by
    these people. In the end, they will be banned. Anyway, the game is rather dull
    at the start because without assistance from a friend, you will merely think:
    "Okay, wtf do I do now!" and it will be like that for quite a while. After a
    week or two, it becomes easy and you will have explored a large proportion of
    the map that is open to you.
    What are MEMBERS? Well you can pay $5 USD a month to get the whole map open,
    a ton of new stuff, and a lot better things in the game. Trust me, there are
    way better things for members. If you play this game a fair bit and you are a
    non-paying player, I'd strongly recommend it. It'll be the best $5 ever spent
    and the users on the members only worlds are far nicer.
    c. How To Play                                                           [0004]
    Incredibly easy. It's all left click with the mouse
    It's a mouse game, except when you chat with other users. Very easy, eh?
    That's really all there is to know as to how to play. There are no assigned
    controls that you need to know. Only the mouse and using the arrow keys to
    rotate the view. If you were hoping it'd be dead easy to get the hang of the
    controls, you were right. It's very easy to master within five minutes.
    [0005]                     ~ S K I L L S ~                               [0005]
    Welcome to the skills section. This will include tables, etc and over time, it
    will most definitely be one of the biggest areas on the guide. Please do not
    complain if it isn't 100% up-to-date, I have to learn and get decent at all of
    the skills before I add them to the guide.
    a. What Are Skills?                                                      [0006]
    Skills are like your bloodcells in Runescape. Without them, you will be nothing
    and get nowhere. There are 21 skills in total. At the very beginning, they are
    incredibly easy to get up. But when you start to get to about level 30 of that
    skill, it starts to take a while. There are the following skills in the game,
    please note that a * Denotes that the skill is members only.
    Attack, Defence, Strength, Range, Prayer, Magic, Runecrafting,
    hitpoints, agility*, herblore*, thieving*, crafting, Fletching*, Slayer*,
    mining, smithing, fishing, cooking, Firemaking, Woodcutting, Farming*
    b. Attack                                                                [0007]
    The core of your combat. Without this, your attacking accuracy won't be good,
    which will result in frequent mis-hits on enemies.
    Working on attack is very easy to start with. See the two crossing swords on
    the icon bar on the gamescreen? It will be on the far left. Click on it. You
    will now be able to see four styles of attack (assuming you are weilding any
    form of a weapon). These actually play a part in levelling up.
    The first one will work on your attack level. The second one will work on your
    strength level, and the fourth one will work on your defence level. As default,
    it is already chosen on the first attack style, so every hit on an enemy that
    subtracts damage from it, will give you a small amount of XP to your attack
    Simple, huh? Attack level also plays a critical role as to what you can weild
    in terms of weapon qualities. The simple table below shows what you can weild
    at what level.
    -------------       ---------------------
    Bronze Weapons               1
    Iron Weapons                 1
    Steel Weapons                5
    Black Weapons                10
    Mithril Weapons              20
    Adament Weapons              30
    Rune Weapons                 40
    Dragon Weapons               60
    Simple eh? There are many good tactics to get your attack level up to a decent
    standard quickly. Allow me to tell a good one now. Please note this will only
    go up to about attack level 20 and no higher. For an attack guide to level 60,
    see the "Levelling your Skills in the long run" bit near the end.
     1. Head north to Varrock (if you're not there already) and go to the EAST bank
        area. Head into the room with dummies hung up by big beams. 
        You can choose to attack these to increase your XP. This allows you to do 
        it until your attack evel is at 8. Do this until you are at attack level 8, 
        it won't take that long.
     2. Now that your attack level is at a decent one, head south again to the cow
        fields or the chicken coop. Take the chicken coop first. Attack chickens as
        this will help increase your attack level. Keep doing this until your
        attack level is at about 10. Now you can weild a lot better weapons, which
        will help you deal more damage and better accuracy.
     3. It's time to kill goblins. Goblins drop small amounts of GP which you can
        add to your bank, hey, it's better than nothing. Also, there are chances
        that goblins will drop ITEMS such as iron daggers, square shields, runes,
        and more. By taking the weapons, you could possibly be upgrading from your
        current weapon. Stop attacking goblins at about attack level 20. Where can
        we find gobins? There's a whole camp of them just a little south of the
        chicken coop!
    You are now on your way in working on attack. But now it actually starts to get
    a longer process, which starts to get rather annoying. But if you follow that
    simple process, you will get your attack from 1 to 20 in around an hour.
    It doesn't really take that long either. But as for weapons, don't make them as
    bronze and iron weapons are fairly poor.
    I'd recommend buying a mithril longsword for about 1.5k (1500gp), they are good
    and fairly powerful for new players. There's a sword shop in Varrock that have
    a huge variety of swords and is perfect for any aspiring swords buyer.
    c. Defence                                                               [0008]
    I'll be blunt now, Defence is a bit of a ***** to work on, especially later on
    down the track. But if you work on it and stick to it, you can advance up with
    defence levels in a decent amount of time.
    Now, there are certain types of armor you can wear, but you have to be at a
    certain defence level to wear it. The simple table below shows what you can
    wear at what defence level:
    -------------       ----------------------
    Bronze Armor                 1
    Iron Armor                   1
    Steel Armor                  5
    Black Armor                  10
    Mithril Armor                20
    Adament Armor                30
    Rune Armor                   40
    Dragon Armor                 60
    Elf Crystal                  70 (Requires 50+ Agility)
    There are some good ways to quickly raise your defence level. I'll try and
    explain an easy way to get your defence from 1 to a decent level now.
    Before you begin this section, it'd be preferable that you have worked on your
    attack level already.
    Click the double swords icon (far left hand corner) and choose the BOTTOM one,
    it should be called "Block" or something similar. Choosing this will mean every
    attack that takes damage from an enemy will give your defence skill XP Points.
     1. Now that we have a decent attack level, let us start working on our defence
        level. Head on over to the trusty chicken coop and start killing chickens.
        Sorry, there's no dummies to practice on now. Kill chickens until your
        defence level reaches 10.
     2. Now that the defence level is starting to rise up, head to Varrock and go
        WEST. This leads to a place called the Barbarian Village, level 7 enemies
        will spawn in and around there. Killing these guys is a great way to raise
        the defence level. Why didn't I mention this in the attack bit? Simple, at
        level 1 attack and level 1 defence, you would be killed. Keep killing the
        barbarians until about defence level 20. It will take some time, but it is
        worth it.
    Here we go, now we have a decent level of attack and defence. You can now weild
    and wear Mithril, a good armor for novice players. It is expensive at the
    start (around 14,500gp, including longsword) so stick to wearing bronze or iron
    stuff for now. You should have picked up some stuff from the goblins and the
    barbarians you have killed, such as shields or daggers. Keep the shields, they
    replace the poor wooden shield you got from tutorial island.
    Now as for buying armor, the shops for each part of the armor are fairly
    widespread. But if you have around 100gp with you and you are in the barbarian
    village, head over to the helm shop and buy the best helm you can (should be a
    bronze full helm).
    Now as for the plate armor, there is a plate body shop in Varrock, near the
    eastern bank. As for plate leg armor, you have to go as far as Al Kahrid (the
    desert areas) which are far east of Varrock.
    d. Strength                                                              [0009]
    Macho man ahoy! Strength is the backbone of attacking enemies. The higher your
    strength level, the more damage you deal out to enemies. Having this a couple
    of levels higher than your attack and defence is recommended as this will
    determine how much damage you can give to opponents.
    Now, strength is easy to get up until about 30, then it starts to get slow and
    a bit annoying. Before proceeding with the strength mini guide, make sure you
    have your attack and defence levels at around 20 each.
    To get your strength XP happening, click the swords icon and click the second
    one. Now let's get to work on Strength!
     1. Head over to the barbarian village (if you are not there already) and begin
        attacking barbarian soldiers. Keep doing this until say, strength level 10.
     2. Time to tackle a better opponent, head West a bit further until you can see
        some level 10 dwarves. Start dishing out damage to them, they are slightly
        more powerful and more enduring than the barbarians, but you can still beat
        them. Keep killing dwarves until strength level of about 20. If at any time
        your health drops dangerously, get away and either eat food or wait for it
        to replenish. Death will take you back to Lumbridge and you will only be
        able to keep three items.
     3. Now that your combat levels are at an even balance, head into Al Kahrid,
        it will seem like a long hike but it should only take you 5 minutes to get
        into the area. Head to the Palace (it's in the town of Al Kharid) and you
        will see level 9 guards hanging around. Time to kill them! They have a
        higher level of strength than dwarves but they will be no match for you.
        Keep doing this until about strength level 30.
    Once you have followed this, you will now be a well-balanced soldier. By now
    you should be hitting 3-5 damage each hit which isn't bad for now. But there
    are other skills you need to build up gradually over the course of the game, so
    it's time to move onto the grimy life of a miner!
    e. Mining                                                                [0010]
    Ah mining, the days of hammering at rocks and gathering various ores. The days
    of hoping you'll be the one who strikes gold. Well in Runescape, mining plays 
    a big part in your path to either earning money or making your own weapons and
    Unfortunately, mining is one of the most dull experiences in the game. The
    constant walking back and forth from bank to mining spot is incredibly boring
    and you'll get sick of it quickly.
    There are several types of ores in which you can mine. Below is the table of
    ores that you can mine:
    --------            ---------------------
    Clay                         1
    Copper                       1
    Tin                          1
    Limestone*                   1
    Blurite**                    10
    Iron                         15
    Silver                       20
    Coal                         30
    Gold                         40
    Mithril                      55
    Adamant                      70
    Runite                       85
    *At present, Limestone is only used for quests
    **Blurite is only necessary for "The Knight's Sword" quest, it's worthless.
    Now, you can't use your fists or weapon to mine these ores. You require an axe
    type of weapon. It's called a pickaxe. Now, there are the following types of
    pickaxes, to actually use these, you need a certain type of mining level but
    you don't need to weild them to mine with them. However you can use a pickaxe
    as a weapon but your attack level would need to meet a requirement to weild it.
    -------------        ---------------------                ---------------
    Bronze Pickaxe                1                                 1gp
    Iron Pickaxe                  4                                 100gp
    Steel Pickaxe                 6                                 250gp
    Mithril Pickaxe               21                                750gp
    Adamant Pickaxe               31                                3,200gp (3.2k)
    Rune Pickaxe                  41                                32,000gp (32k)
    Everytime you can use the next pick, I'd strongly recomend it. The better the
    pickaxe, the less chance it will break and the faster you can mine the ores
    from rocks. If you're having trouble finding any pickaxe up to Mithril, see
    the contact section and Email/AIM me with a request to buy one. I'll sell you
    one cheaper than the average price shown. I have like 100 bronze pickaxes and
    about twenty iron, steel, and mithril pickaxes put together.
    Anyway, let's learn how we can get our mining level up to a decent level!
     1. Still got the bronze pickaxe you started out with on Tutorial Island? Well
        you'll need it buddy. If you don't have it for some reason, head to the
        Lumbridge General Store and buy one for a low price of 1gp. Now head north
        to the EASTERN Varrock Mining spot. There's a good combination of tin,
        copper, clay, and iron for when your level is higher. Start by mining as
        much tin as you can hold.
     2. When you have as much tin as you can hold, head north a little and bank
        all of your tin ores. Go back, and do the same. Keep going until you have
        roughly 200 tin ores. It will take a while, but it will bump your mining
        level up to around 5-7.
     3. Now that you have a lot of tin ores, it's time to get the copper ores. By
        smelting these two ores, you can produce bronze bars which is used for
        smithing (see the smithing section). Get around 200 copper ores from the
        mine, bank, mine, bank, process.
     4. Your mining level should be at around, say, 15 now. If not, just mine more
        tin and copper until it is at 15. Ready to start getting the better stuff
        now? Well iron is actually rather popular as it sells for 100gp each. But
        we don't want to sell the iron just yet! Simply mine a full pack of iron
        and bank it. Repeat until you get your mining to level 20.
    Now I could branch on how to get it to 50+ (my mining level) but that will not
    be explained in this area. There are extensions to my mini level parts further
    down the guide.
    So where are the mining sites in Runescape? Below is a full list of every
    mining spot and what's there to mine. If you're after a map of where to find
    the spot you're after, the links to pictures are at the bottom of this section.
    Oh, a big thank you to tip.it for the mining maps. Without them, I'd have spent
    a load of my time going to these sites and counting what was there.
    All mining sites are categorized under what kingdom's lands they reside in.
    Misthalin & Morytania
    Barbarian Village
    A small mine section located to the east of the Barbarian village. 
    There's a mixture of tin and coal rocks and it's a good spot for the newbies
    or free-to-pay people.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Four Coal Rocks
     - Five Tin Rocks
    Map Location:
    Chasm Mine
    The Chasm mine is actually north west of Al-Kharid.
    It's also known as "The Scorpion Pit" mine because of the lvl 14 scorpions that
    exist there. It's a good place for all level miners and it's a fairly busy
    spot as there is a furnace to smelt and a bank to store stuff just to the south
    of the mines.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Three Coal Rocks
     - One Tin Rock
     - Four Copper Rocks
     - Nine Iron Rocks
     - Five Silver Rocks
     - Two Gold Rocks
     - Two Mithril Rocks
     - Two Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Edgeville Mine
    In the depths of the Edgeville mines, surrounded by level 22 skeletons, your
    fortune of ores awaits you. Or simply put: This is a mine for the brave.
    Don't be the idiot and leave your armor behind. You'll need it if you are
    attacked by a level 22 skeleton. A decent weapon wouldn't go amiss either.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Two Copper Rocks
     - Two Tin Rocks
     - Three Iron Rocks
     - Three Silver Rocks
     - Six Coal Rocks
     - One Mithril Rocks
     - Two Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Haunted Mine
    This mining/dungeon area is located south west of the Morytania town of
    Mort'ton and plays a role in the quest "Haunted Mine" (see quest part for more
    about this quest) The better mining locations ARE NOT available until quest
    completion and after finishing you'll need a crystal key to enter the rooms.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Fourteen Copper Rocks
     - Fifteen Tin Rocks
     - Eight Iron Rocks
     - Eighteen Coal Rocks
     - Eleven Mithril Rocks
     - Eighteen Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Lumbridge Swamp Mine
    Situated on the coastline of the Lumbridge Swamps. The location of this area is
    fairly self explanatory because the swamps are just under Lumbridge (where you
    first start in the game). It's a good area for high level miners but it does
    get crowded at times.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Seven Coal Rocks
     - Five Mithril Rocks
     - Two Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Mining Camp
    Located in the mining camp in the desert to the south of Al Kharid. This is for
    the higher level miners to fetch their mithril and adamant rocks.
    NOTE: To gain access to this area, you WILL require the metal key you get from
    the "Tourist Trap" quest.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Eight Tin Rocks
     - Ten Copper Rocks
     - Six Mithril Rocks
     - Six Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Sophanem Mine
    Not recommended. It holds five gold rocks and the closest bank is miles away,
    at Shanty Pass. At the moment it isn't really a good spot to mine gold.
    It is located north east of the wander's camp (which can be found north east of
    Sophanem's northern gate.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Five Gold Rocks
    Map Location:
    South-East Varrock Mine
    Located just to the east side of Varrock and is close to a bank. The iron
    will attract a lot of people and the tin and copper rocks are popular amongst
    other users so it does tend to get crowded.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Six tin rocks
     - Nine Copper Rocks
     - Four Iron Rocks
    Map Location:
    South-West Varrock Mine
    To the west of Varrock and is close to a bank. It offers a few different kinds
    but watch out for the mugger that hangs around it. This area is very close to a
    bank and is often crowded on Free worlds.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Three Clay Rocks
     - Eight Tin Rocks
     - Three Iron Rocks
     - Three Silver Rocks
    Map Location:
    Asgarnia & Islands
    Arzinian Mines
    Only available after the completion of the "Between a rock..." quest.
    You must speak with Dondakan and be wearing a gold helmet to gain access.
    EASILY the best spot to mine gold.
    What's There To Mine:
     - One hundred and forty six gold rocks
    Map Location:
    Crafting Guild Mine
    Just south-west of Falador. To gain access to this guild you need 40 crafting
    and must be wearing a brown apron from the Varrock Clothing store.
    It's the ideal spot for your clay, silver, and gold needs as a bank isn't that
    far away.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Four Clay Rocks
     - Six Silver Rocks
     - Seven Gold Rocks
    Map Location:
    Crandor Island
    This is the island you access during your quest to slay the dragon in the 
    Dragon Slayer quest. It is located in the realtive center of the world map 
    and is full of monsters and rocks.
    It can be accessed through the secret accessway in the dungeons under the
    volcano in Karamja.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Ten Coal Rocks
     - Three Gold Rocks
     - Eight Mithril Rocks
     - Three Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Dwarven mines
    Located totally underground. This mine is the largest for the free worlds and
    is a great location for all miners. Careful of the scorpions and king scorpions
    at the southern tip in the mine.
    The mining guild can be located to the south, you'll require 60 mining to enter
    but check out the guilds section for details.
    It can be accessed through the secret accessway in the dungeons under the
    volcano in Karamja.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Three clay Rocks
     - Ten Tin Rocks
     - Eleven Copper Rocks
     - Nine Iron Rocks
     - Eleven Coal Rocks
     - Two Gold Rocks
     - Two Mithril Rocks
     - Three Adamant Rocks
    What's In The Guild To Mine:
     - Thirty-Seven Coal Rocks
     - Five Mithril Rocks
    Map Location:
    Hero's Guild Mine
    In the underground of the Heros guild (to the north of Taverly). There are many
    decent rocks here and also a blue dragon to train on.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Seven Coal Rocks
     - Two Mithril Rocks
     - Two Adamant Rocks
     - Two Runite Rocks
    Map Location:
    Ice Caves
    Located at the southern tip of Asgarnia (below Port Sarim), this area usually
    holds players who are hunting the level 57 Ice Warriors. There is only one
    type of ore, bluerite, which is only needed in "The Knight's Sword" quest.
    This area is near useless, except for EXP training.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Three Bluerite Rocks
    Map Location:
    Jungle Mines
    Deep within the heart of the Karamja islands, this mining site is rarely used.
    Why? It's too far away from a bank.
    What's There To Mine:
     - One Iron Rock
     - One Coal Rock
     - One Silver Rock
     - Two Mithril Rocks
     - Two Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Karamja Volcano
    Four Gold rocks within the Karamja island's volcano.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Four Gold Rocks
    Map Location:
    Rimmington Mine
    Just to the south of Falador, this mine is popular for all. It once acted as
    my favorite mining site (that is until I found many more that were better).
    This is a good spot for all miners but the "mining whores" will occasionally
    come here.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Two Clay Rocks
     - Two Tin Rocks
     - Five Copper Rocks
     - Six Iron Rocks
     - Two Gold Rocks
    Map Location:
    Taverly Mine
    Slightly to the south of Taverly and near the mining guild. It's a lengthy walk
    to the Falador bank (which is the nearest bank)
    What's There To Mine:
     - Two Clay Rocks
     - Six Tin Rocks
     - Three Iron Rocks
     - Two Coal Rocks
    Map Location:
    Ardougne Sewers
    The entrance to these Sewers is just west of the south Ardougne bank. You
    will need 31 thieving to pick the lock in order to access this area.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Five Iron Rocks
     - Five Coal Rocks
    Map Location:
    Coal Trucks
    Coal Coal everywhere - come and help yourself! With a few bats flying around, 
    Mr Stanker the dwarf runs this mine just west of Seers' village across the 
    log bride which needs some agility to cross. He allows you to load your ores 
    into his trucks on your side of the river. You can then cross the log bridge 
    and unload your ores from the trucks (located behind Seers' Village) and bank 
    them. The trucks can hold upto 120 coal ores.
    (The above extract was taken word-to-word from tip.it/runescape)
    What's There To Mine:
     - Eighteen Coal Rocks
    Map Location:
    East Ardougne
    Just to the east of Ardougne and south of the Legend's Guild. This mine is a
    favored of many and is rather close to a bank. The only downside is that it may
    get crowded at times and an occasional bear walks around the area and will go
    for low combat level people.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Eleven Iron Rocks
     - Thirteen Coal Rocks
    Map Location:
    Grand Tree Mine
    In the basement of the tree-gnome stronghold. One of the most useful mining
    spots hands-down. This section is only available upon completion of the quest
    "Grand Tree". The bank (on the first level of the Gnome tree stronghold) is
    very close and this area is popular and useful for all.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Nine Clay Rocks
     - Eight Iron Rocks
     - Four Silver Rocks
     - Ten Coal Rocks
     - Four Gold Rocks
     - Four Mithril Rocks
     - Three Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Port Khazard Mine
    Located just North East of Yanille and south of Ardougne. Not that good due to
    the lack of coal but it's not bad in the overall standings.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Four Clay Rocks
     - Seven Tin Rocks
     - Four Copper Rocks
     - Nine Iron Rocks
     - One Coal Rock
     - Three Mithril Rocks
    Map Location:
    PREWARNING: These mines are situated in the wildernes (player kill player area)
                and there is ALWAYS the risk of being hurt OR EVEN killed within
                these areas. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. You have been warned!
    Hobgoblin Mine
    Located in the level 32 wilderness. This mine offers some great variety with
    a lot of hobgoblins to boot. There's a furnace just to the north crawling with
    Red Spiders which is good for mining, smelting bars, and combat training!
    The major downside: It's popular for player killers to hang around (or "camp)
    and wait for a high miner to enter. BE CAREFUL!
    What's There To Mine:
     - Twenty One Iron Rocks
     - Twenty Seven Coal Rocks
     - Ninteen Mithril Rocks
     - Seven Adamant Rocks
    Map Location:
    Pirate Mine
    Located in the level 52 (member) wilderness. I wouldn't recommend this to any
    person above combat level 60, you're in the firing line of many Player Killers.
    Also, if you have a low combat level (like 20), you're toast if you meet
    somebody that is or within 52 levels of your own. So don't use this unless you
    have a death wish or a *very* high combat level.
    What's There To Mine:
     - One Iron Rock
     - Four Coal Rocks
     - Four Mithril Rocks
     - One Adamant Rock
    Map Location:
    Runite Mine
    Located at the tip of the lava maze in 48 wild and surrounded by red spiders.
    The areas to the west and east are multi combat levels but the mine itself is
    not. Be careful.
    My recommendation is to mine the rocks, switch world, mine on that world, then
    What's There To Mine:
     - Two Runite Rocks
    Map Location:
    Steel Mine
    Located at the level 6 area (north of edgeville). Full of skeletons with little
    to actually mine. Try using the superheat spell for quick bars.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Two Iron Rocks
     - Three Coal Rocks
    Map Location:
    Skeleton Mine
    Level 9 wild, north west of Edgeville. It's good if you are a member because
    you can mine a full load, then use a glory amulet to teleport to the edgeville
    bank. Just watch for the Player Killers who frequent here and you'll be fine.
    What's There To Mine:
     - Thirty-four Coal Rocks
    Map Location:
    Oh my, that's every one of the twenty-mine mining spots in RuneScape added.
    Phew, that took me a long time!
    I decided to include some random events that can happen whilst mining to save
    those annoying emails.
    A random event is exactly that. It occurs from time-to-time.
    "Smoking Rock"
    If you mine the same rock too long it will eventually start smoking. If you
    keep hitting it, it'll explode and you're pickaxe will break along with 10hp
    BACK AWAY FROM THE ROCK. If your pickaxe does break per chance, head to the
    pickaxe salesman in the dwarven mine and he'll fix it, for a fee.
    "Rock Golem"
    This rock golem will appear and attack you whilst mining. The combat level of
    the beast depends on your level so it ranges from 14-170.
    Run away for five seconds until it disappears or kill it. It drops stouts and
    ores and sometimes pickaxes.
    "Pickaxe Splitting"
    Your pickaxe head will fly off the shaft and land a few feet away.
    Pick up the head and re-attach it by 'using' the head with the handle.
    b. Smithing                                                              [0011]
    Sort of goes hand in hand with mining. This is the source to all the weapons
    and armor (except dragon, mage, and range equipment of course) come from. Yes,
    it's the art of making stuff.
    It's a long skill, it takes a lot of time, and at the start, the rewards are
    poor. But from 85+ (when Rune items can be made), the rewards are somewhat
    So anyway, there are heaps of items to be made. Below is a table of what types
    of bars can be smelted at a certain level. ALso included within this table is
    the required types and amounts of ores to make the bar in question.
    --------             ---------------------             -------------
    Bronze Bar                   1                         Copper (1), Tin (1)
    Iron Bar                     15                        Iron (2)
    Silver Bar                   20                        Silver (1)
    Steel Bar                    30                        Iron (1), Coal (2)
    Gold Bar                     40                        Gold (1)
    Mithril Bar                  50                        Mithril (1), Coal (4)
    Adamant Bar                  70                        Adamant (1), Coal (6)
    Runite Bar                   85                        Runite (1), Coal (8)
    There are many items you will need to get familiar with before smithing as they
    all play a crucial role. Please ensure this part is read THOROUGHLY.
    The first part of smithing is known as smelting. This is the process of
    converting your ores to bars. To smelt an ore, you need to "use" it with the
    furnace. So you click on the main ore, then the furnace, and your character
    will put the ores in and in return you get a bar and a little smithing exp.
    However the exp doesn't end there. The next stage is hammering the bars into
    an item or weapon. Now you can't just bang out full bronze with a level 1 in
    smithing. You need to start off by making the basics, then when your level
    advances, you work on the next item in question.
    So how do we make items from bars? Simple! Here's an example.
    Let's say Fred has level one smithing. He just made his first bronze bar and is
    ready to make an item. He heads on over to an anvil and "uses" the bar with the
    anvil. Uh-oh, he needs a hammer!
    So Fred buys a ahmmer for 2gp and then returns to the anvil. He uses the bar
    once more and a list pops up. Fred, who is excited of this, clicks "Bronze
    Full Helm".
    Uh-oh, not enough bars or required level! You see, for some items, you need a
    certain amount of bars. See the next part for pictures of this "list", furnace
    and anvil.
    So Fred realizes that the "Bronze Dagger" is written in white. This means he
    can make it! He clicks it and watches his character bend down and hammer the
    bar into shape.
    Congratulations to Fred, he just made his first weapon! Now I know that sounds
    boring, and it is. But over time (like when you can make full mithril and more)
    it is a lot more fun and offers more profit.
    There are required items in smithing. Now this part hasn't appeared in any
    sections (because simply put: they weren't needed) but for skills such as this,
    they will be included.
    The first part to the entire motion of Smithing. It's a big grey box shaped
    item with a small door in the side (where the ore goes).
    Item Picture:
    Small box item. This is also required so you can hammer the bars into shape.
    There are a fair few dotted across the map.
    Item Picture:
    Found at any general store. You need this to hammer the bars into items.
    Item Picture:
    Smithing Menu
    This is the menu I'm talking about. When you use a bar with the anvil, this
    menu will pop up with the corresponding bar type.
    Item Picture:
    Thanks to tip.it for the images!
    So as you can see, smithing is rather straight forward. I could ramble on for
    hours as to how to level up, but I won't in this section. See the main level up
    section (which is coming soon) for details.
    EDIT: I lied, here's a small way on how to level up.
     1. Mine say 100 copper and 100 tin ores. BANK IT ALL.
     2. Take 13 copper, 14 tin, and 2gp and head to the Falador general store.
     3. Purchase a hammer for 2gp.
     4. Head to the furnace (near the entrance to the castle) and "use" the copper
        with the furnace. Keep doing it until you have 13 bronze bars.
     5. Bank it in the nearby bank.
     6. Keep doing this until you have 100 bars.
     7. Head north slightly to the hut of Doric the dwarf. Complete this easy quest
        (see quest section) for access to the anvil.
     8. Take 27 bronze bars, a hammer, then head to the anvil. "use" the bar with
        the anvil, right click on the Bronze Dagger and click "make 10". When you
        have made 10, repeat until all bars have been used.
     9. Head back to the bank, deposit items and withdraw bars, repeat until you've
        made 100 bronze daggers.
     10. Now go to the general store and start selling them.
    You will have leveled up to around 7 or 8. This is all there is to smithing.
    I'm most sorry for the lack of details but there isn't really anything to say.
    More advice is though: WHen you can make a new item: Make it. It'll earn you
    more exp. Also, when you hit 15 smithing, make iron daggers. This will give you
    better exp.
    Note on smithing IRON:
    With iron, there is a %50 that the iron will fail to refine. This can be fixed
    with the "ring of forging" (member item) that will guarantee you'll get all of
    your iron bars back. The %50 is totally random.
    I've had a lot of emails about this, so I've mentioned it here.
    b. Woodcutting                                                           [0012]
    Woodcutting is a great skill which opens up many more skills to use the logs
    with such as fletching and firemaking. All your arrows and bows come from this
    particular skill.
    So anyway, woodcutting. It's just that. You cut logs with a hatchet (or axe)
    and then bank them. That's the whole reason to it all. Power training isn't
    actually any quicker than just walking to the bank.
    So what is a hatchet? A hatchet (or known in game as an axe) is what you need
    to either have equipped or in your inventory when cutting trees. The axes are:
    AXE                         COST                      WEILD LEVEL (attack)
    ---                         ----                       --------------------
    Bronze axe                   20gp                      1
    Iron Axe                     400gp                     1
    Steel Axe                    500gp                     10
    Black Axe                    2,000gp                   15
    Mithril axe                  1,500gp                   20
    Adamant Axe                  3,000gp                   30
    Runite Axe                   20,000gp                  40
    Dragon Axe                   (currently) 1-7million    60
    In my personal opinion, the dragon axe is a rip off. It's only a little better
    than rune and costs A LOT more.
    So anyway, what kind of trees are available in Woodcutting? There's actually
    quite a selection.
    TREE            REQUIRED WOODCUT LEVEL                EXP GIVEN
    ----            ----------------------                ---------
    Normal                   1                                25
    Oak                      15                               37.5
    Willow                   30                               67.5
    Maple                    45                               100
    Mahogany                 50                               125
    Yew                      60                               175
    Magic                    75                               275
    Believe it or not, woodcutting is a good way for free players to make money,
    especially yews. The most popular type of logs at the moment (and has been for
    quite a while) are willows. These are good fletching logs and are as common
    as normal logs when it comes to the fletcher's trade.
    So how can we level up? Simple, read on!
     1. Head a little North-West of Varrock. There are HEAPS of trees around here.
     2. Armed with your trusty bronze axe from tutorial island, click on a normal
         tree to "cut" it. Watch your character hack at that tree!
     3. See the log in your inventory? There you go, you cut your first log! Keep
        doing this until you have a full pack, head to the Varrock bank, deposit
        your logs and head back to the spot and cut again. Do this until your
        woodcutting is 15.
     4. Now that you can cut some oaks, head to the Draynor bank then go EAST. You
        will see four oak logs. You know that to do, start cutting! This is a good
        spot but it does get crowded from time to time. Cut oaks and bank until
        level thirty.
     5. Now you can cut willows. By now you should have a better pickaxe. I'd
        recommend a rune woodcutting axe, it makes a big difference, even if it
        does cost a lot more than an addy one.
     6. Start cutting willows until level 60, it's a long process, but keep banking
        the willows and when you hit 60, you'll be able to start making some real
        gp with yew cutting!
    Random Events
    I decided to include some random events that can happen whilst mining to save
    those annoying emails.
    A random event is exactly that. It occurs from time-to-time.
    "Tree Spirit"
    The Tree Spirit will appear and attack you if you have been woodcutting 
    for too long. It's level varies according to yours. Varies between 14-170.
    Just run away until it stops chasing you, unless you want to kill it. It can 
    drop axes, bananas and nature runes.
    Sometimes when you're chopping trees, the tree you're cutting will turn into 
    an Ent, who will take your axe and break it.
    Right before the tree turns into an Ent, you might notice the tree shake. If 
    this happens, stop chopping and move away from the tree. If the Ent does 
    manage to break your axe, you can get it fixed at Bob's Axes in Lumbridge.
    "Axe Splitting"
    Your axe head will fly off the shaft and land a few feet away.
    Pick up the head and re-attach it by 'using' the head with the handle.
    "Bird's Nest"
    While woodcutting, a bird's nest drops out of the tree you're trying to cut 
    down and lands behind you.
    Pick up the nest and search it. It might contain some useful or valuable items, 
    such as gold, sapphire, emerald, ruby or diamond rings, and seeds for farming.
    Tree Images
    Self explanatory, just images of the trees.
    Axe Breakages
    If by chance your axe breaks, head to the Bob's axe store in Lumbridge. The
    costs are:
    * Bronze: Free
    * Iron: Free
    * Steel: Free
    * Black: 10gp
    * Mithril: 18gp
    * Adamant: 43gp
    * Rune: 427gp
    b. Firemaking                                                            [0013]
    All I'll say for this is "meh". Firemaking is near useless, it's pretty much
    a boring and clicky clicky way to get rid of your logs. I wouldn't recommend
    this skill but since this is a FAQ with a skill guide in it, I'm honor-bound to
    include it.
    So firemaking is exactly that. You use a tinderbox (like a box of matches) with
    logs and burn them. With these fires you can use them to cook your food over.
    Now as for burning the logs, you require the following level to burn a certain
    type of log:
    --------            -------------------------
    Normal                        1
    Oak                           15
    Willow                        30
    Maple                         45
    Yew                           60
    Magic                         75
    Relativly simple, yes? Now, if you're a Free player, fletching the logs you
    cut are out of the question so you'll have to burn them (unless you're becoming
    a member, then you save them this way).
    So here's how we can level up in firemaking.
     1. Head to any general store and buy a TINDERBOX for 1gp. You'll need this
        with you at all times for log burning.
     2. Withdraw 27 normal logs from your bank and head to a relativly large, clear
     3. "use" the tinderbox with a normal log. Watch your character bend down and
         light the logs. Well done, you just made fire!
     4. Keep lighting the logs until you've used a whole pack, then head back to
        the bank and withdraw more logs, keep doing until you have 15 firemaking.
     5. Still got those oaks we cut before? I hope you do, cause you'll need them.
        Withdraw 27 oaks at a time, light them, then go get more, repeat. Do this
        until level 30 firemaking.
     6. Now you should have a decent firemaking level, but there's no use in rising
        this level much further. However it's entirely up to you if you want to
        burn the willows you cut before.
    This is honestly all there is to firemaking. I'm most sorry for the very small
    guide to it, the firemaking section will be updated again.
    [0025]                     ~ Q U E S T S ~                               [0025]
    Another big part of the guide. Quests add another huge element to the game.
    From memory, there are close to 100 quests. Only a very small preportion of
    these are open to free players.
    a. Quests?                                                               [0026]
    So what can a quest earn us?
    There are many rewards a quest can earn us. From XP in a skill to the ability
    to wear/weild new stuff, there's a lot open to it.
    Now, quests range from ridiculously easy to ungodly hard. Within my quest guide
    will be the following rating-levels, they are in order from easiest to hardest
    ranks also...
    1. Very easy
    2. Easy
    3. Normal
    4. Hard
    5. Ungodly Hard
    6. True Legends only
    Now, skills will range in length as well as difficulty, they can be rated from
    the following:
    1. Super Short
    2. Short
    3. Average
    4. Long
    5. Very long
    6. So god damn long it's annoying
    Simple enough to understand, eh? So enough gibber from me, quest time!
    b. Cook's Assistant                                                      [0027]
    DIFFICULTY: Very Easy
    LENGTH: Short
    REQUIREMENTS: A pot and a bucket (both buyable from a general store)
    REWARDS: 300 cooking experience, One (1) quest point
    STARTING LOCATION: The chef at the lumbridge castle
     1. So start off by heading to the lumbridge castle kitchens and speak with the
        Chef. You will need to collect THREE (3) items, an egg, milk, and flour.
     2. Let's get the milk and egg first. Head to the cow area and "use" the bucket
        with the dairy cow. There you go, that's the milk!
     3. Now head across to the chicken coop and kill chickens until you get an egg.
     4. Now for flour. When I was a newbie, this was hard for me as I had no idea
        of where flour was obtained. But head to the windmill near Draynor and pick
        some grain. Head on up to the topmost part of the windmill and use grain
        with the hopper.
     5. Operate the hopper and head on downstairs. Now use the pot with the flour!
     6. Or you may want to buy the flour from Port Sarim's food store.
     7. Head back to the chef to obtain your quest point and cooking exp!
     See how you got a "quest point"? Don't worry, you can't buy stuff with them.
     These points are used for access to other quests and eventually the guilds.
    c. Doric's Quest                                                         [0028]
    DIFFICULTY: Very Easy
    LENGTH: Super Short
    REQUIREMENTS: Level fifteen (15) mining (I'll explain why later)
    REWARDS: 180gp, 1300 mining experience, one quest point (1) and the ability to
             Use Doric's Anvil any time.
    STARTING LOCATION: The Dwarf inside the hut between Falador and Goblin Village.
     1. Talk to Doric and start the quest. You will need to collect for him a few
     2. With your pickaxe, head down to the mining site below Falador.
     3. Mine six clumps of clay, four copper ores, and two iron ores (for the iron
        ores you'll need 15 mining!)
     4. Now head back to Doric with the stuff and gain your rewards!
    This quest is the shortest one in the game, and the reward of using his anvil
    will unlock the quickest mine > smelt > smith process across the whole map.
    Make good use of this anvil!
    d. Black Knight's Fortress                                               [0029]
    LENGTH: Long
    REQUIREMENTS: Cabbage from the monastary, Twelve Quest Points, iron chain mail,
                  and a bronze medium helmet.
    REWARDS: 2500gp, three quest points (3)
    STARTING LOCATION: Sir Amik Varze (upstairs in the western tower of the 
                                      White Knights’ Castle in Falador).
    RECOMMENDED LEVELS: You'll fight level 33 BLACK KNIGHTS, whilst only needing
                        To fed them off for a short while, they can do some damage
                        to you. I recommend having Attack: 40, Defence: 40, and
                        Strength: 40.
                        However if you're a ranger or magician, you'll want, say,
                        Level 45-50, along with a relatively high prayer and HP.
      1. It appears those nasty Black Knights are up to no good. You've been hired
         to spy on them and find out their evil scheme. You'll need to blend in
         with the other black knights, so you'll need iron chainmail and a bronze
         medium helm.
      2. Head on over to Wayne's Chains in SOUTH FALADOR and purchase one, then to
         The helmet shop in Barbarian village, and purchase a Bronze Med. Helm.
      3. Then go to the monastery (north west of the Barbarian Village) and take a
         few cabbages from their cabbage patch. You only need one, but take a few,
         I'll explain why later.
      4. Let's go to the castle and do business! Put on the iron chain mail and
         The bronze helmet. Next go to the Black Knights’ Castle - it’s at the base 
         of Ice mountain, on the north eastern side
      5. Master of disguise! The front door is locked so you need to use the side 
         door -the Guards’ entrance-, which isn't hard to find.
      6. As the Castle is pretty complicated, so I’ll direct you through. 
         Upon entering, push your way through the fake wall directly in front of 
         you. Go up two ladders and you’ll find yourself on the wall walk (roof.) 
      7. Go down the other ladder, through the two doors to the east and then up 
         and down the next two ladders to get over the fence. You’re now in the 
         altar room. Go out through the door onto the balcony and quickly down the 
         ladder so the knight doesn’t hurt you too much. 
      8. Sneak along the secret passageway and listen at the ventilation grill.
         You discover that the Black Knights are brewing up an invincibility
         potion to use against the White Knights! Oh no!
         But that you can save the day by plopping the cabbage you’ve collected 
         into the cauldron.
      9. Go all the way back to the door from which you entered, and this time go 
         through the door to your east, move quickly up the ladder onto the outer 
         wall. Proceed around the corner and push your way through another wall. 
      10. Now, RIGHT CLICK on the cabbage and ’use’ it on the hole in the floor.
          Make sure you don’t eat it, or you’ll have to go and get another. See,
         this is where we needed multiple cabbages, in case you accidentlly ate
      11. You chuck the cabbage down the hole, the potion froths and bubbles, 
          and the potion is ruined. That'll teach you, Black Knight fiends!
      12. Head back to Sir Varze again and recieve a low 2500gp reward.
    e. Witch's Potion                                                        [0030]
    DIFFICULTY: Very Easy
    LENGTH: Super Short
    REQUIREMENTS: None, but you will have to collect a few items in the quest.
    REWARDS: 325 Magic Experience points, one quest point (1)
    STARTING LOCATION: Speak with Hetty the witch inside her hut in Rimmington
     1. Hetty is working upon some potion and needs YOUR help! You are required to
        Grab the following for her:
     - Burnt Meat
     - Eye Of Newt
     - Onion
     - Rat's tail
     2. Start with the burnt meat. Kill a bear, rat, cow, whatever, and cook the
        Meat. If it burns, keep it, if not, eat it and try again.
     3. Head on over to the Port Sarim magic store, and purchase one. It's only
        a few gp anyway.
     4. Onion time. Heard north from Rimmington until you see an onion farm. Just
        pinch one, easy.
     5. Head back to Rimmington and kill a SMALL rat, and take the tail. Note you
        can't get this item until you begin the quest.
     6. Head back to Hetty and claim your reward.
    f. Demon Slayer                                                          [0031]
    DIFFICULTY: Normal
    LENGTH: Average
    REQUIREMENTS: 1gp, Bucket (or jug) of water, twenty-five regular bones
    REWARDS: The Silverlight Sword, three quest points (3)
    STARTING LOCATION: Speak with the Gypsey in the tent within Varrock Square
     1. Head north from the tent to the castle. Head slightly north-west and speak
        with a man called Sir Prysin. He's meant to give you Silverlight, but, in
        all his wisdom, has misplaced it.
     2. Head to the North-West corner of the castle, up the staircase twice and
        speak with Captain Rovin. He'll eventually give you the first key.
     3. Head back down to the castle and to the kitchen. Go through the door to the
        courtyard. Just to the left of the exit you'll see a drain. Use your jug of
        water (or bucket) on the drain and the key will fall into the depths of the
        Varrock Sewers.
     4. Head north to the "!" symbol on the maps, to the sewers. Head over the
        North-Western path and then you'll see your key. Pick it up!
     5. Make your way to the Wizard's Tower which is far south-west of Draynor
        Village. Stop at the bank and fetch the 25 bones, or kill weaker beasts
        on your way (goblins are a great way)
     6. Once there, head up into the tower and up the ladders and speak with the
        Wizard Traiborn. Speak with him for the third key.
     7. Once you have all three keys, go back to Varrock Castle and talk to Sir
        Prysin again. He will somehow have the Sword.
     8. Make your way to the stone circle just south of Varrock, where the demon
        and Dark Wizards.
     9. Attack Delrith the demon! THE CORRECT INCANTATION IS:
                - Carlem Aber Camerinthum Purchai Gabindo -
    *NOTE* If, by somehow, you lose Silverlight, you can purchase another one from
           Sir Prysin for 500gp. Say, how did this legendary sword duplicate?
    Coming Soon Notes
    This part was added nine hours after version 1.4 was uploaded to GameFAQs. It
    was useless to include it within the update history at the top.
    Now, there's been a bit of confusion over how my guide just ends with the line
    below this part. THIS IS NOT THE END FOLKS. I have yet to add more! So this
    part will include what's coming within the next update!
    Coming within the next update: Adding more quests!
    Everything within this document is the work, hence property of Richard Wise.
    Some things from OTHER PEOPLE have been used, therefore credit has been given.
     - GameFAQs
     - GameSpot
     - IGN
     - Neoseeker
     - Humanvegetable.tk
     - Geocities.com/imationm320.