OSRS Most Expensive Items

OSRS is quite popular and one of the main reasons is its trading platform, which also raises questions, such as ‘what are the most expensive items, ‘how much do they cost, and ‘can they obtained without spending a lot of Runescape Gold’. Well, sometimes can be obtained from certain drops, but if you’re looking for an easy way out, then there’s no doubt that you will have to purchase them. There are even items that need to be combined together to get their true form. However, the items that we’re going to list below can be obtained without paying, so let’s have a look.

The Most Expensive Item

There are countless items that are traded on a daily basis using the Grand Exchange. However, not everyone is aware of it, because they only consider the fact that you can buy and sell items using the GE System. Just to bring it to your notice, the Grand Exchange has eight slots to trade, which are only available for members, and speaking of non-members, they only have access to the first three slots.

The top-most expensive items on the Grand Exchange are; Twisted Bow (Costing Around 1.07 billion RSGP), Elysian Spirit Shield (Costing Around 847 million GP), Elysian Sigil (Costing Around 835 million GP), Scythe of Vitur (Costing Around 741 million GP), and the 3rd Age Bow (Costing Around 542 million GP).

How To Obtain Them?

If you don’t want to spend your hard-earned money on an expensive item, there are various methods that you can obtain them. However, let’s look at the most considered ones:

3rd Age Bow can be obtained by pure luck – from the Elite and Master Clue Scrolls (Treasure Trails Reward). It is quite effective and is known to be a worthy item to obtain. The reason is that it boosts the same attack speed as Short Bows while having the same range as Long Bows. You’ll need a Ranged level of 65 to equip it.

Scythe of Vitur can be obtained from the Theatre of Blood, which is a battling arena located beneath the Ver Sinhaza Castle. The item is a two-handed slash weapon that required 75 Attacks and Strength to equip.

Elysian Sigil, which is combined with another item (Blessed Spirit Shield) to create an Elysian Spirit Shield. Purchasing it will cost you a lot of gold coins, but the alternative is to camp the boss known as the Corporeal Beast. He has a 1/4000 chance to drop an Elysian Sigil and trust me it’s worth the time and hardship for these osrs expensive items.

As mentioned above, Elysian Spirit Shield is an item that is combined using a Blessed Spirit Shield and Elysian Sigil, along with 90 Prayer and 85 Smithing (to make the item and wield it). Being close to a 1 billion mark, it’s quite obvious that the shield holds a lot of benefits. Along with providing better Melee and Ranged bonuses, as compared to the other Spirit Shields, it also has the ability to reduce standard damage dealt.

Now, the osrs most valuable item, which is the Twisted Bow, and it’s understandable because it’s the strongest bow in Old School RuneScape. What makes this bow special is that its working mechanics are in no way similar to the normal bows, and the damage output that it provides is based upon the enemy that you’re facing. Stronger the enemy, the higher the damage output. In simpler words, if you’re using Dragon Arrows, along with 99 Ranged, you can easily hit up to 89’s.

After reading this, anyone would want to obtain these osrs expensive items. However, they hold back because it’s expensive. But don’t worry, because there’s another way to obtain it, which is the Chambers of Xeric raid that has a 2.38 percent drop chance. Even though the percentage count is low, it’s still worth grinding your precious hours for this item, because it’ll help you defeat the strongest of strongest bosses in-game.

Tips on Avoiding Runescape Scams

For Runescape players out there, there is next to nothing more horrible than losing your most prized items–not because they were taken off of your slain player’s body, but because you were tricked into giving them to someone in a legal trade.
There are a few major scams that abound: the ‘Hey, give me your items real quick and I’ll give you something cool.’ scam, the ‘Drop Your Items and Hit Alt + F4’ scam, scams where one player goes into the Wilderness following a player they believe to be their friend into a trap, among others.

A scam that has worked extremely well in the past for many a scammer is the one that goes like this:

Someone advertises a Rune Scimitar certificate for trade. You’ve been looking for a Rune Scimitar for a while, so you go to the player and tell him you want to trade. He offers a trade with you, and you accept. He puts the Rune Scimitar certificate on his side, and just when you’re about to put your money, the scammer will switch the Rune Scimitar certificate for a Mithril Scimitar certificate.

When you confirm the trade, you’ll find that you just bought a Mithril Scimitar for the cost of a Rune Scimitar–something of a 300% overpaying.

A variation of this trade scam works basically the same way, except instead of switching the certificates at the last minute, trying to time it before you accept the trade so that you don’t notice, the scammer will put the Rune Scimitar up on his or her side of the trade, and you’ll accept it, having checked time and time again that it is, in fact, the Rune Scimitar, because you’ve heard of this scam before. But this time, the scammer will exit out of the window and claim that his computer froze or something, and will re-initiate the trade with you, the idea being that you will be in a hurry, put your money up quickly and accept the trade, without noticing that the scammer has switched the Rune Scimitar certificate item he had been trading earlier with a Mithril Scimitar.

These scams work because the Rune Scimitar and Mithril Scimitar look very similar to the new player or hurried player. These two scams work on rushedness and impatience. Always be careful with who you trade with and make sure you inspect the trade carefully. If a trade goes bad, and you have been scammed, report the scamming via the Report button in your game screen.

Another very well-established scam is this:

A player goes around advertising that he is starting a clan (or faction, or club, or party, or whatever you want to call it.), and that one of the requirements is that you have X item. For the purpose of this example, let’s call Item X a Mithril Scimitar. The would-be clan-leader that is a scammer also advertises that, if you join his clain, he would be willing to take your Mithril Scimitar and give you a Rune Scimitar–just for being in the clan.

Because you’re a cautious player, you’ll wait for one of the others that are being invited and initiated into the clan to exchange the Mith for the Rune first. You see the two players go toward each other, trade initiated, and a few seconds later, the person supposedly receiving the Rune Scimitar exclaims something to suggest that they are extremely satisfied. They go show everyone that they did, in fact, get their Rune Scimitar. Now, you’re convinced for sure.

You go give the guy your Mithril Scimitar, and then he runs away with it, without giving you any Rune.

Here’s the trick: all or most of the people supposedly joining the clan are friends of the scammer. They pretend to exchange Mithril for Rune, and show everyone to prove it; then, when they ask you to give them your Mithril, they do. They then run off with your Rune and Mithril Scimitars.

In an even more advanced measure of this scam, once the trade has been completed, the main scammer who is supposedly dealing out Rune items will log off, and then his comrades will exclaim that they’ve all been scammed! They then all claim to report him, and tell you that they’ll go log into the different Servers/Worlds of Runescape to go look for the revealed scammer.

They will try to get you to log out and check another World as well; but once you do this, it becomes impossible for you to report him, because your event log and screencapture from that logon session have been cleared!

Be very careful who you trade with, Runescape players.

For a game, it’s a very treacherous world.

Runescape HD – a Unique Review

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Compared to other games, Runescape offered a lot of content for free. You could play a majority of skills, and level them to the highest level possible, 99. You could play some quests, though you could play far more in the paid version of the game. The accessible areas were very large. There was an advertisement at the top of the page, but it was a small banner advertisement, and in no way effected the quality of the game. If you are not interested in paying for a game, Runescape is a very good choice.

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