• Hunter is one of the skills in RuneScape which RuneScape gold can be upgraded by members-only players by hunting various creatures around Gielinor. These creatures grant experience and sometimes , items (chinchompas for instance). Lower hunter levels mean that the player can set only one trap. When you get to 20, you'll be able place 2 on 40-3/3, on 60 - 4 and 5, at level 80.

    There's also an additional benefit of hunting in the open spaces as it offers the opportunity to set up an additional trap. Many people train their Hunter skills to be able to catching chinchompas , which is an very profitable while playing OSRS. As skill is quite click-intensive there aren't many user-friendly techniques for it. In our guide you will discover a comprehensive list of the most effective ways for training as a Hunter.

    Let's examine the easiest way to a highly skilled hunter. As you begin your quest with this skill, you will not require any equipment. Go to the Varrock museum to meet with Orlando Smith and for completing one of his mini-games, he'll offer you 1000 exp in Slayer and Hunter skills. Hunter and Slayer skills. A little bit to make it to level 9.

    In that time, you'll be looking to catch Copper Longtails. They can be found just south from Piscatoris Fishing Colony. Bring with you several bird snares. You can begin by putting each one in the middle of the beach. You need more than single bird snares, as sometimes you might lose it.

    The goal is to hunt Ruby Harvest butterflies with a butterfly nets and jars. To find them just head to the south-east, a few steps and you will see paw icon in the top map. Every when you capture a butterfly you put them in a jar. After that just click on a container to release your catch. Remember to take with you few bird snares to keep on the hunt for Copper Longtails and inventory full of RuneScape Membership jars in case they may break.