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Chronicle: Runescape Legends Tips and Tricks

Chronicle: Runescape Legends Tips and Tricks

Taking a cue from Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, the good folks from Jagex were inspired to ride the prevailing tide of the gaming world and came up with Chronicle:Runescape Legends. This free-to-play MMORPG aims to carve its own legacy in the collector’s card game while capitalizing on the much-loved Runescape lore. Success in the game doesn’t come easy. For you to make a-killin’, you’ll need to remember a few basic guidelines.

Here are a few essential tips to help you dominate the competition on Chronicle: Runescape Legends.

Capitalize on AI Combats in Bronze, Silver, and Gold Challenges

While there are five legends available in the game, you will only start out with one that is readily unlocked—either Ariane or Raptor. As such, the first order of business would naturally be to unlock the rest (Ozan, Linza, and Venescula) before you progress further. To unlock them, you just need to beat them. Sounds a bit simplistic? Well, yes. The complication comes in when you realize you have to do so in various levels of difficulty—which makes the hunt worth it in the end.

But wait! There’s more! Not only will going down this route unlock legends for you, but you’ll also gain access to new class cards, gain precious experience points, rack up copper points, and unlock your first three booster packs. It’s vital to keep playing against AI until you raise your Legends to level 6 and you will be able to unlock all the basic cards including runescape gold. Now that’s what we call a quest worth pursuing!

It’s All About the Right Decks

Deck building is as essential to your success in Chronicle as air is to you. You need to practice it. First, you’ll need to gather a respectable amount of cards. Then, you can focus on gaining a competitive edge for each of your Legends. Now here’s where it gets tricky. See, every Legend has its own win condition.

Don’t be tempted to accumulate as many cards as you can; you won’t be able to use them all anyway. Try to limit your deck to about 30 cards as it is the most optimum number. Focus on the early stages of the game as it is the most crucial. Slowly work your way toward preparations for your Legend’s win condition.

Center Your Strategy Around Meta

Far too many folks simply imitate other players’ decks without putting any thought whatsoever in it. It’s a copycat game that way. However, going down that path doesn’t necessarily give you an edge. Besides, wouldn’t it be a heck of a lot more fulfilling if you came up with your own way of doing things instead of merely mimicking someone else?

The thing is, for you to succeed in this game, it’s vital to study matches and learn from them afterward. Taking down notes can spell the difference between victory and defeat. For instance, you will see patterns from previous battles emerge. Do you often face opponents with strong weapons and armor? Then add spells as Earth Blast or Earth Wave as they target those specifics into your deck!

While there’s really no “be all, end all” way to succeed in a game like Chronicle: Runescape Legends, a few tips and tricks can indeed help you get far. What matters most is that you play the game at a comfortable and effective style—and don’t forget to have fun! After all, what would be the point of playing if you weren’t enjoying it?

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Every Little Thing You Do: OSRS Magic Training Guide

Every Little Thing You Do: OSRS Magic Training Guide

One of the most useful skills in RuneScape–and of course, also in Old-School RuneScape–is magic. While it’s chiefly a combat skill, it has also a wide variety of utility-related applications, making it one of the more practical skills for players to level up. You can even use it to farm OSRS gold! Plus, it’s not exactly a difficult skill to level up in the first place, and this is true even for non-member players. Nevertheless, it’s pretty understandable to ask for help every so often.

So for your reading pleasure, here is a (not-so)short guide to efficiently raise your Magic skill level.

From 1 to 19, Then to 25

For levels 1 to 19, simply casting magic on weak monsters like goblins, cows, and monks at Edgeville Monastery would be enough. As an alternative, you can splash, which doesn’t require much attention at all. In fact, some would even do it at high levels because for the same reasons.

Once you get past level 19, use the best strike, bolt, or blast spells in your arsenal. Putting on Magic gear such as Wizard Hat, Amulet of Magic, Wizard Robes or Zamorak Robe, and Magic or Elemental Staff will make the process more efficient.

Good targets would be Hill Giants and Hobgoblins in Edgeville Dungeon, as they drop limpwurt roots; lesser demons in Wizard Tower, which drop runes and other important items, and Al Kharid Warriors.

You can also finish the Imp Catcher and Witch’s Potion quests respectively for 875 and 325 Magic experience.

From Level 25 to 55

Upon reaching level 25, you have two methods to choose from: cheap and expensive.

For the former, you can repeatedly Splash curse to gain Magic experience. Do not cast it directly at an enemy, as it will trigger the spell’s cooldown–something that won’t happen if you just splash it. Recommended gear for this would be the Staff of Earth and armor that provides negative magic bonuses, preferably up to -65 or even lower. Skeletons at level 1 Wilderness, the caged Monk of Zamorak at Varrock Place, or the caged Lesser Demon in Wizards’ Tower.

Each cast gives 29 experience; that would approximately be at 33,000 experience per hour.

As for the expensive method, start with Varrock Teleport at level 25, Lumbridge Teleport at level 31, and finally, Falador Teleport at 37. It’s recommended that you have a staff of air equipped, as using teleport costs 3 air runes.

You don’t have to commit to one particular method; you can even switch up from time to time if you think that would be better for you. Either way, regardless of which method you choose, just continue doing so until you reach level 55.

From 55 Onwards

At level 55, you’ll be doing the same thing until level 99: casting High-Level Alchemy on different items. Those who stick to this method usually go for Gold Bars, rune equipment, adamant equipment, and others. This method is often costly, but it yields 65 Experience per cast, which is definitely not bad. In addition, some players manage to make up for lost money, or even make a profit through this particular method of Magic training.

Another method to raise Magic at this level is “tele alching”, a method which, as the name suggests, combines the properties of High-Level Alchemy and Teleporting. To do this, alch an item, teleport right after, click the high alch before spawning, and click the item right after spawning. This is done so that you won’t miss a tick when performing this particular method. Do note, however, that Falador is the best target location for this method, as it yields the most EXP for the Teleportation Spell.

There’s nothing like Magic at your fingertips, so it’s best that you make the best of it. So hopefully, these tips will help you do exactly just that. After all, who doesn’t want Magic?