When I log onto OSRS gold I do so regular
No need to be concerned about food, since the skiller doesn't tank... ("HEY 105, get here, we need a high level to tank the strikes, while we take no harm and catch food that's on the floor once you simply tanked 10+ blows. Oh , no food for you either, since we are lower level than you, we want food more even though we don't get hit". No need to worry about which boss the party's confronting, since the skiller isn't fighting. No need to worry about keys, since someone else besides the skiller is ordinarily the keyer. Free training of abilities within the dung. Appreciated in a celebration for lowering the mobs combat level.
The only cons I see for being a skiller are. Struggling to dungs. Not much use for the benefits (grav and tome). However, this is only from one experience I have had. What are your general adventures as a skiller in f2p dungs? In members they've more of a use (I believe ), but by the pros listed above, it appears to me a skiller in dunging is rather carefree role.
Watchtower teleport，Sand out of bert，Runes from magic shop in enchanting guild，Varrock teleport，Purchase B-Staves，Miscellanea - Make sure I'm around 100% approval, Ardy Teleport，Get Pure mine and essence a full stock, filling up my components too ，Karajama Gloves teleport. Buy feathers from fisherman near the ladder to Duradel. Buy stuff to earn bolts from slayer master
Camelot Teleport, Get flax from geoferry, Talk to Arhein and receive my pineapples and chamomile, Start a herb run. It's a fairly short term thing since I can turn around and sell this material onto the Grand Exchange for more than I paid or got for free. Weekly: Penguins, Tears of Guthix, Just curious to see whether you have any actual routines or just get on and perform with Buy rs3 gold.