OSRS Wiki: Old School RuneScape Guides, Quests

The OSRS Wiki is the Wikipedia for the game Old School RuneScape, and it mostly features information authored and maintained by players. Since the game’s inception in February 2013, it has become a hotspot for all things Old School.

OSRS is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that is mostly played using a point-and-click interface. Interaction with NPCs, items, and creatures in the game environment is possible by left-clicking or picking an option from the object’s right-click menu, although a player can only control one character.

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Furthermore, many items have more than one interaction option. OSRS, like RuneScape, allows players to freely play the game when they purchase a membership subscription (one of the game’s revenue streams) rather than the full pay-to-play content of the game. There are also several modes to play in the game, such as the Ironman mode, Deadman mode, and various other Leagues.

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OSRS Guides

Some OSRS gamers prefer to play in alternate accounts to earn money while honing their abilities on the main account. It enables gamers to maintain riches despite continually employing costly strategies with high experience rates. Purchasing an item at a low cost and selling it at a higher cost is a method of progressing in the game (known as merchanting). 

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There are 14 guides which haven’t been released yet but will be updated once it’s released.

OSRS Quests

There are 21 free-to-play missions in OSRS, as well as 126 pay-to-play tasks, for a total of 236 quest points. The quest’s difficulty is determined by each player’s talents and shortcomings.

That’s all you need to know about the Old School Runescape guide and quest as I’ll see you in the next guide.