runescape membership

United States
October 19, 2007 9:34am CST
Im gonna become a member in like 1 month. What should my combat lvl be at? its 58 rite now. What about other stats? and what should i do first?
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@uath13 (8204)
• United States
19 Oct 07
Ok, I'll give you some tips to help your transition into membership. 1. Stockpile logs until you become a member, these will be used to start off your fletching skill. 2. Your first members quest should be Druid ritual. This quest starts off your herblore skill. 3. While in taverly head north to Burthrop & get your first slayer assignment from the slayer master there. That will start off your slayer skill. 4. Work on your hunter & fletching skills by multitasking. Take a woodaxe, knife & snares to the jungle & catch birds. You can buy the snares you'll need in yanille. As you wait for the birds to be cought by the snare cut logs & fletch arrow shafts, you can then use the birds feathers to fletch the headless arrows. Keep making arrowshafts till you can make steel arrows( Its not worth the effort of attaching bronze or iron heads to them ). 5. You'll also want to dedicate some time to working on your agility. Raising this will allow you to run longer 7 use the shortcuts. 6. As soon as you can do the tears of guthix quest. Its reward is a minigame you can play once a week. Playing the minigame gives you xp in you lowest skill ( which will likely be one of your new ones ). 7. Plant crops every time you pass by one of the farming patches. Don't bother staying with the crops, thats a waste of time. Leave them & come back later on. Oh, on a side note. Members can't afford to neglect ANY skill. If you ignore one it will come back to haunt you later on.
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• Canada
19 Oct 07
Good advise - wish you were around when I first got my membership :) If you don't like watching the crops (like uath said, it's a waste of time to stand there, unless you have some high alching to do), you could always plant the crops in catherbury, and then work on fishing. You can fish for 15 minutes, run and check the crops, then head back to fishing, etc. If you get sick of that, there's always fletching - seer's is just up the road, with a spinning wheel and a flax field right there. I'd also do Gertrude's cat quest, so you can start "growing" your kitten. You need a cat for several of the members quests, and a full grown cat is an advantage, since they're much better at catching rats. I'd also train your mage as much as possible. A lot of the higher lvl quests require high mage lvls, so it'll be a big advantage in the long run.
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• United States
23 Oct 07
Get some money because when you become a memeber you're going to want to buy everything you see (trust me it happened to me :-p) Try to get your woodcutting up to cut yew logs and magic up to cast high alchemy. Get a bunch of yew logs and nature runes. Once you become a member pick flax and string it into bowstring or just buy to bowstring. String whatever you can and sell it to the General Store until yew shortbow. Make a bunch of yew shortbows and cast high alchemy on them. You just made some extra money. You're welcome!
21 Oct 07
Also be sure to quest. new quests can open up a host of different things for you from Dragon weapons to new areas. =) Also - u can merchant/Pk and now duel. be sure to check them out. 58 cb is a good starting point for mems.
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• India
19 Oct 07
See whatever ur lvl be you should enjoy runescape as easy as possible! I recommend ur lvl but u should have dragon slayer completed with that i say start with agility skills bcoz its gonna help you a lot! Please comment
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@Joopa20 (138)
• United States
5 Nov 07
When you're a member you get a wide variety of skills and new places and items, and quests! So I would recommend if you are the player that wants to be very challenging Recipe for Disaster! But train up to level 100 or higher, because the monsters will kill you! Have fun in runescape, but don't play for long hours, and keep fit!
• United States
4 Nov 07
you should do the quest monkey madness and lost city quest
@darkaeon (466)
• Portugal
26 Oct 07
hi i think you dont need to have a combat lvl to fite in a runescape member world... because watever´s your combat lvl there are too many monsters in member world that you can train there!!! and you should start by doing fletching because its the skill that makes you earn more money!!!