OSRS Guardians of the Rift: RuneCrafting Mini-Game Guides
Guardians of the Rift is a RuneCrafting mini-game that brings a fresh perspective to this skill. This guide will help you navigate this mini-game, explaining its mechanics and how to make the most of it. Before we dive in, keep in mind that you need to complete a quest to participate in this activity. You can access the game by teleporting through mini-game teleports or venturing into the basement of the Wizard Tower. If you have at least 53 Agility (56 for the large Guardian remains), you can mine more Guardian fragments.
- The Basics of Guardians of the Rift
- Gathering Guardian Fragments
- Crafting Runes and Feeding the Guardian
- Maximizing Efficiency
- Rewards and Earnings
↖ The Basics of Guardians of the Rift
Guardians of the Rift is all about converting Guardian fragments into Guardian Essence and choosing which runes to craft. While some players might find RuneCrafting tedious, this mini-game has rekindled the interest of many by offering a more engaging experience.
↖ Gathering Guardian Fragments
Your journey begins by mining Guardian fragments. You'll come across these scattered throughout the mini-game area. Afterward, you'll need to choose between water or death runes to craft, based on your preferences. Keep in mind that banking all runes is not always possible, so focus on the most valuable options like Law, Nature, Cosmic, Air, and Fire runes.
↖ Crafting Runes and Feeding the Guardian
After gathering Guardian Essence, proceed to craft your selected runes. Use the Rune Altar to transform them into runes and collect your rewards. To maximize your efforts, you can also use Guardian Stones to heal barriers or pile up essence. When choosing your runes, think about which ones are more valuable to you or in higher demand.
↖ Maximizing Efficiency
The mini-game is not just about crafting runes; you can also mine Guardian remains. These mining opportunities are particularly useful when you have a catalytic rune available. To make the most of your time, prioritize runes like Nature for high alchemy or Cosmic for enchanting, while also utilizing Cosmic Talismans for portal access.
↖ Rewards and Earnings
At the end of the hour, you can expect to gather various rewards. The number of points you earn depends on your RuneCrafting proficiency, with the maximum points per round being around 10. Opening the rewards Guardian can grant you items like the pet, catalytic talismans, and different dyes. You can also acquire pearls, which you can spend on outfit pieces, including the boots, robe bottoms, hat, and top.
Guardians of the Rift is an engaging way to enhance your RuneCrafting experience in OSRS. In just an hour, you can make a decent amount of OSRS Gold while enjoying a less tedious approach to RuneCrafting. Remember that as you level up your RuneCrafting skill, you'll unlock more lucrative rune options and have the potential to increase your earnings. So, venture into the rift, mine those Guardian fragments, and enjoy a more enjoyable and profitable RuneCrafting adventure.
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