The Best OSRS Maps List: God Wars, Slayer Cave, and More
There are so many different areas in Old School RuneScape (OSRS) and you’ll often spend your time going between these different areas. Unfortunately, the open world map built into the game isn’t that great. It takes time to find and open up the maps for areas like the God Wars Dungeon or the Slayer Cave.
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It turns out that it’s actually easier and quicker to use external maps available on the internet instead of using the maps built into the game. Here’s a look at some of The Best OSRS Maps List for the most popular areas.
OSRS Slayer Cave Map
Located under the Tree Gnome Stronghold, the Slayer Cave is where you’ll spend most of your time completing slayer assignments.
If you’re new to slayer, it can be quite difficult to find your way through the Slayer Cave. The best map to use is the Old School RuneScape Wikia map, which can be seen here. This showcases the layout of the Slayer Cave and explains what monsters are in each area.
OSRS Stronghold of Security Map
Since the Stronghold of Security is multi-leveled, it can be quite hard to find a map that showcases all of the floors clearly.
One of our favorite Stronghold of Security maps is the map from tip.it. This map showcases all floors of the Stronghold of Security and labels different areas. The entire map can be viewed here.
OSRS Underground Pass Map
The Underground Pass dungeon is one of the most challenging areas to make your way through without a map. Because of the size of the dungeon and the separate parts within it, you’ll actually need multiple maps to make your way through it.
We would suggest taking a look at the Underground Pass guide on the Old School RuneScape Wikia page. This showcases all of the maps for each of the sections within the Underground Pass dungeon. You can view the map guide here.
OSRS Fairy Ring Map
Since Fairy Rings are spread out throughout the entirety of RuneScape, a good Fairy Ring map needs to showcase the entire world as simply as possible.
From our experience, the easiest map to use was one created by a Reddit user on the /r/2007scape subreddit. The map shows all of the Fairy Ring locations and their corresponding codes so you can quickly teleport through the world with a quick glance over at the map. You can view the map here.
Trying to use the built-in map whilst in the Wilderness is pretty dangerous. By doing this, you’re unable to keep an eye on any players that may be a potential threat to you.
We’d advise using the Wilderness map from the Old School Wikia whenever you venture into the Wilderness. By using this map, you can keep track of where you are and also pay attention to what’s happening around you in OSRS.
God Wars Dungeon Map
There are two parts to the God Wars Dungeon map that players often search. One part is the map that shows you how to get to God Wars Dungeon and the other shows you how to navigate through the Dungeon.
We’d suggest the Wikia map. It can show you everything you need to know about arriving, fighting enemies inside, and making your way back out alive. Check it out here.
If you have a slayer assignment in the Catacombs of Kourend, chances are, you’re going to need a Catacombs map to show you around. The Catacombs of Kourend is one of the biggest dungeons in OSRS, so it helps to have an external map handy.
Once again, we found the Catacombs map on the Old School RuneScape Wikia to be useful. You can check it out here.
Thanks for taking the time to read our guide of the best OSRS maps. Do you think you’ll start to use these maps instead of the built-in one?