Diving into OSRS Quest Guides

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By |2018-07-12T19:43:19+00:00April 17th, 2017|Categories: RuneScape|

With Old School Runescape’s (OSRS) unclear player objective, it could be hard to figure out what to do in the game. There are quests, but the sheer number of them is intimidating. How do you know which one is useful? Perhaps you started the Legends quest but can’t seem to finish it? Maybe you’re curious about which pursuit certain OSRS quest rewards are from.

OSRS Quest Guides

Here are the top three hits on Google search for “OSRS Quest Guides.”

The OSRS Wiki:

A reliable platform with many things related to OSRS, including quests. It’s ideal for general questions of “Where/How” do I find something.” As for OSRS quests, the site has the list of available expeditions and sorts them under various classifications, such as whether they are free-to-play or pay-to-play, difficulty level, and by required skill rank. There’s information about each quest, the requirements, where to find them, how to finish, and so on.

RuneHQ:

A simpler portal with a list of all available quests. You can sort missions by difficulty, length, the number of quest points received according to completion, and whether the mission is available only for members or nonmembers. When a quest is selected, the site shows more details, including the requirements, what items you receive while doing the quest, the rewards, and even a walkthrough. One advantage with RuneHQ compared to wiki is that there are large pictures in the walkthroughs. The OSRS wiki has pictures too, but they are not as clear unless you click them. The comments part of the section on the quest pages is better, too. Other players can give tips or suggest alternative methods for completing the expedition.

2007 RS Help:

Created by Zybez, it’s a database similar to the wiki, with guides for skills, minigames, towns and dungeons, and miscellaneous tasks. There are prices, items, monsters, shops, and books. Lastly, the website has some useful tools, such as a skill calculator and a coordinate locator. The quest guides also include the same information as the others, with a summary of actions for that step that helps if you’re in a hurry. Otherwise, it’s very similar to the wiki, except for an FAQ at the end.

Unsatisfied or Satisfied?

There are more guides than the ones we reviewed. If the OSRS guides aren’t your cup of tea, then there are more pages online, including other forums and blogs. The next time you get stuck in OSRS Waterfall quests or can’t quite figure out how to finish the Heroes quest OSRS, go back to use article.
Guides can only do so much! If you want to step up your OSRS game, check out the offers for gold, accounts, power leveling, items, and CD keys at PlayerAuctions.

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