Runescape: Get 99 Range the Easy Way Guide

Here is the Runescape Range guide to get you 99 Range fast and easy. From this Runescape Ranging guide, you can learn how to get 99 Range the cheap way with Pest Control, or the more expensive way with the Red Chinchompa guide. Either way you choose, you are bound to get 99 Range very easily.

Introduction to Range Training

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Article ImageIn Runescape, there are many people who think following a Runescape range guide to get 99 Range is either a waste of time and money; or Runescape Range training and the entire skill is useless. Then, there are other people who think the Range is one of the most useful and powerful skills in the game.

Everyone has their own feelings towards the Range skill, but anyone and everyone can use Range in some way. Range can be used for mini-games, while training Slayer, going to house parties to attack friends in combat rings, using it to protect yourself while getting ep and doing the 26k and 76k Bounty Hunter trick, and even its most popular use – pking in Bounty Hunter or PVP worlds. However, it's the monotony of training the skill that really turns people away from even training the skill above level 70-80.

Training to 99 Range is much easier than getting 99 runecrafting or 99 woodcutting. Also, training range is more fun than training to 99 fletching, prayer, fishing, hunting, magic and cooking, since there is much less repitition involved in training to 99 range.

So, in order to let every Runescape player see that Range isn't all that bad to train and can be one of the most useable skills to have level 99 in, here is a Runescape Range guide. This Runescape ranging guide will break down levels 1 to 99 in increments and show you where and how to train to 99 Range, quick and easy.

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Level 1-15

What to Wear

Since you are just starting your journey to Range training to 99, you won’t really be able to wear and wield any special types of armor, bows, or arrows. Just grab a standard bow and an Oak bow, iron and steel arrows, and some hard leather armor. If you are a member, you can grab some spined gloves and boots, with an Archer’s helmet, if you have 45 defense and have completed Fremennik Trails. The reason you need a standard bow, Oak bow, and both iron and steel arrows, is because at level 5 you can switch from standard and iron arrows, to an Oak bow with steel arrows. It just saves you a trip to the bank if you wish to keep training and get the most Range experience as possible.

Where to Train

Article ImageArticle ImageWhen you start following this Runescape Range guide and begin training at level 1, you have to start slow. You are going to want to train on Hobgoblins until you reach around level 15. There are two recommended spots to train on Hobgoblins. The first spot is near Lumbridge, right across the bridge that leads towards the gate to get into Al Kharid. Once you cross that bridge, take a left and there will be Hobgoblins all around the walking path and in the hut to the left of the walking path. The second spot for hobgoblins is west of Varrock and southwest of the Grand Exchange. If you head west out of Varrock, walk along the path and before you cross the bridge entering into Barbarian Village, take a right Article ImageArticle Imageand there will be Hobgoblins for you to train on.

Keep reading onto page 2 to learn how to train Range levels 16-70!

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