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If you are very good at flipping on the GE, you might have noticed that it can take a lot of time to buy and sell items, price check them, undercut competition and so on. To combat this, players start doing something that’s called inactive flipping. Once you’re good at that, there’s only a small step to the next step in your Grand Exchange journey - investing. While you can do it long-term, short-term investing can be just as profitable.
While you seek to buy and sell items with decent profit margins as fast as possible when flipping, investing is different in terms of time-frame. When you invest in the short-term, you seek to be able to sell off the item within 48 hours or so. Holding on to it longer can be done, of...
Collage of Laughs
Here’s one more Collage of Laughs for you. Included, you will find several things that made us giggle during the past couple of days.
With the upcoming revolution against the Jagex overlords concerning Dreadnips and Heal Other changes, this classic meme, posted on reddit by Sensiitivity, made us smile:
Poor guy… Let’s build him a memorial.
The next entry comes from Pkemon_Dork on reddit, and the ridiculousness is beyond description. Take a look here.
Such craftsmanship, much...
While trying to make money on the Grand Exchange, flipping is one of the most beginner-friendly ways to do it. There are two distinct styles of flipping, though. They are called active and inactive flipping. This article will cover the differences between the two, as well as their pros and cons.
First of all, let’s talk about active flipping. It’s a way of flipping where the player actively spends time logged in to the game, frequently checking prices, aborting trades if he sees that the price is wrong and undercutting his competition. It’s an involved process, taking up a fair amount of time but offering some great potential profits.
It’s also not very hard to get the hang of. You...
Invention is the first elite skill in RuneScape. It’s used to disassemble items, gaining new materials. You can use those to create new devices or augment your gear. While the boosts provided by augments can help you in the endgame content, this is only relevant to those players, who have trained their Divination, Crafting, and Smithing up to 80, as it won’t be available if the player doesn’t meet these requirements.
Invention was released on the 25th of January, 2016, with content from 1 to 99 being made available to players. While released, the skill’s development isn’t complete. Such features as tech trees, machines, full access to the Invention Guild and many other things are planned to be...
Weekend started, things happened. Players killed bosses, bosses killed people, dungeons were cleared, players’ hopes and dreams were destroyed. Despite the doom and gloom of unsuccessful attempts to complete this weekend’s theme content, Jagex gave RuneScape players something to look forward to on Friday. That’s what we would like to discuss the most.
First of all, some new information concerning new Invention tech trees was released. You can watch the full 10 minute video here:
However, if you don’t have the time or would just rather read about it, we’re here to give you a quick...
Jagex has let us know about a couple of interesting things that shouldn’t be missed, happening this weekend. From Chronicle, Jagex’s Trading Card Game themed after RuneScape, to a promotion geared towards giving you an opportunity to prepare for the upcoming Invention update, this weekend promises to be fascinating.
First, let’s tackle Jagex’s initiative, geared to help RuneScape fanatics (and we say that with the best meaning of the word in mind) to prepare for the Invention update that is coming up this month.
Mod Robbie urges players to go to Treasure Hunter, where they can find protean items. Those items will boost your progress in Crafting, Divination, and Smithing. Developers...
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