Expensive armour is crashing since they do not get destroyed on death in PvP anymore. When someone PKs full Bandos or OSRS gold something, they're likely to market it because they don't need it. With the preceding Bounty Hunter thing, the armour would instead have been destroyed and replaced with a meagre quantity of money. With Wildy PKing, expensive armour never gets ruined, they simply get transferred to the PKer that won the fight.Slayer is not worth power-training yet. Do it when you feel like it. When you hit 55 it's useful as it unlocks a few handy new things, but until you get to the point where you want that, do not bother. It will make some cash, but it is not really a money-maker. Not in a low level.\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tHunter: I found this for a fantastic moneymaker once I was a brand new member. Acquiring the loot from a number of these creatures is really worthwhile and I'd thoroughly reccomend seeing everything you could do with that ability. For a little while, that was my main source of cash. I really don't know whether it's exactly the same today, but there is a chance it's, and at the really substantial levels that's certainly the case (grenwalls etc).Hello, I've a question regarding training combat and since efficiency has never really been my thing I was expecting someone else here could give me guidance. I'm thinking about cheap RuneScape gold getting members soon and want to finally max out my combat (I have had this account for several decades, I have no clue why I haven't done this yet...). Is it overall much better to max out combat while getting 99 slayer or can it be better just to power-train the abilities at bandits or lions?