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For your chest piece you need to start with Leather Armor


  • Armor/legs/gloves - For your OSRS GP chest piece you need to start with Leather Armor. When you reach level 20, Ranged/Defense, you can switch it to Studded Leather and after level 30 , you are able to wear Snakeskin Armor. From level 40, you can begin wearing D'hides. For green which is weakest you'll need to do the Dragon Slayer quest.

    If you're unsure whether you'd like to wear it, wait until you are at level 50 before you put on Blue D'hide. After that , every 10 levels switch to the next ones which are red and black. If you're willing to pay in the range of 70, you could begin wearing Armadyl, which is the top Range equipment for the sport. Greatest is also the cost as you will need to pay nearly 100mil to purchase the entire set. When it comes to gloves you should wear the finest Vambraces which you can get and when you've completed Recipe for Disaster quest you are also able to purchase Barrows gloves that are among the top in the game.

    Cape - Ava's device is always your best option as it will greatly boost your Ranged stats . It will also help you pick up some of your bolts, arrows, and other weapons. It is possible to unlock it by completing the Animal Magnetism quest. Prior to reaching 50 Ranged, you'll receive Ava's Attractor , which later can be upgraded by Ava NPC to Ava's Accumulator. When you have completed Dragonslayer 2 quest you can also purchase Ava's Assembly which is the most powerful Ranged cape slot item available in the game.

    Helmet - In the beginning it is recommended to begin with old school runescape buy gold Cowl which you will be able to replace at level 10 with Coif. At level 30 use Snakeskin Bandana. When you reach 45, you'll be able to wear Archers Helm, but it will need some quests to complete before you can do that.