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  1. Sent you a private message.
  2. What are Pet Thresholds in OldSchool RSPS? Pet Thresholds will increase your chance of receiving a pet after reaching a certain number of kills on a specific boss. For example, once you reach 1,000 killcount on Kree'arra, the pet drop rate goes from 1/3000 to 2/3000 (1/1500). Once you reach 2,000 killcount for Kree'arra, the rate goes from 2/3000 (1/1500) to 3/3000 (1/1000). Once you reach 3,000 killcount for Kree'arra, the rate goes from 3/3000 (1/1000) to 4/3000 (1/750). This is separate per boss, meaning 1,000 kills on Kree'arra will only boost the rate for Pet Kree'arra. You will need to reach 1,000 killcount (or whatever threshold) for each boss to receive the boosted drop rate for that specific pet. Note: Your ::droprate will NOT affect your chance for a pet. You can buy a book from the General Store or Ironman Shop to see your progress for each boss. Pet Thresholds: Kree'arra: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) General Graardor: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) K'ril Tsutsaroth: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Commander Zilyana: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Dagannoth Supreme: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Dagannoth Prime: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Dagannoth Rex: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Dusk: 400 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 800 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 1200 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Kraken: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Cerberus: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Thermonuclear Smoke Devil: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Alchemical Hydra: 750 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 1500 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 2250 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Zulrah: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/4000 (1/2000) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/4000 (1/1333) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/4000 (1/1000) Vorkath: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Giant Mole: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Kalphite Queen: 500 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 1000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 1500 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Corporeal Beast: 400 Killcount: Rate 2/5000 (1/2500) 800 Killcount: Rate 3/5000 (1/1666) 1200 Killcount: Rate 4/5000 (1/1250) 1600 Killcount: Rate 2/5000 (1/1000) The Nightmare: 500 Killcount: Rate 2/4000 (1/2000) 1000 Killcount: Rate 3/4000 (1/1333) 1500 Killcount: Rate 4/4000 (1/1000) King Black Dragon: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/3000 (1/1500) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/3000 (1/1000) 3000 Killcount: Rate 4/3000 (1/750) Vet'ion: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/2000 (1/1000) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/2000 (1/666) 2500 Killcount: Rate 4/2000 (1/500) Scorpia: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/2000 (1/1000) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/2000 (1/666) 2500 Killcount: Rate 4/2000 (1/500) Venenatis: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/2000 (1/1000) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/2000 (1/666) 2500 Killcount: Rate 4/2000 (1/500) Callisto: 1000 Killcount: Rate 2/2000 (1/1000) 2000 Killcount: Rate 3/2000 (1/666) 2500 Killcount: Rate 4/2000 (1/500) Zalcano: 500 Killcount: Rate 2/1850 (1/925) 1000 Killcount: Rate 3/1850 (1/616) 1500 Killcount: Rate 4/1850 (1/462)
  3. We actually offer duo slayer for group ironmen that are in the same group. I'm personally not in support of adding this for regular ironmen.
  4. Gizmo

    Hey

    Welcome! Hope you enjoy your stay
  5. Gizmo

    Wassup

    Hey, I remember seeing you on Indova, welcome back
  6. Hey, I'll do CoX sometime with you too, I don't mind teaching. My ign is Gizmo
  7. Click the link below and make a post explaining your phone situation. An admin should be able to sort it out for you https://forum.oldschoolrsps.com/index.php?/forum/22-general-support/
  8. Thank you for reporting, I will pass this along to other staff. Make sure you change password and enable 2fa. If you aren't sure how to do either of those things, go to the store (or type ::store in-game), sign in, hover over your name in the top right corner, and click "My Account." You'll see options for both changing password and enabling two factor authentication.
  9. We will look into it, thank you. I believe you said you changed password and enabled 2fa, but if you haven't yet make sure you do asap.
  10. What are Server Events in OldSchool RSPS? Server events are special events that can be triggered from the Well of Good Will (WoGW) or from voting. What is the Well of Good Will in OldSchool RSPS? The WoGW is a fountain found west of Home. You can donate to this well to trigger events for the entire server to enjoy. I'll detail the different methods of donating to the well down below, as well as what events each currency can trigger. OldSchool Tokens: Raid Coins: Diversion Coins: Events from Voting: Special thanks to @Piefor helping me gather information
  11. What are the different point systems in OldSchool RSPS? There are Vote, PvM, Skilling, and Affinity Points. This forum post will include how to earn each type of point and what you can spend these points on. Check out the Useful Links spoiler tab at the bottom of this post! Note: The pictures of the minimaps are taken from the spot the ::shops command takes you to. Vote Points: PvM Points: Skilling Points: Affinity: Useful Links: Special thanks to @Wingdragon for helping me format this post
  12. No, you can use it on bosses or whatever you choose.
  13. It's a new weapon that has charges. You can add more destabilisers to the weapon, and each will give 50 more charges.
  14. You attach an empty Ghost buster 500 to any color destabiliser to make the Ghost buster weapon. The destabiliser you attach will be the color of the attack the weapon shoots. You have a chance of getting the Ghost buster/Destabilisers, as well as a few other things, as a reward for turning in 15 treats to the Killer at home. If you have any other questions let me know
  15. Hi, I've been saving up my skilling points for a while now, and I figured sharing my loot would be a fun thing to do. I ended up buying 286 crates for a total of 100,100 skilling points (they cost 350 skilling points each). I'll post a spoiler with all of the loot in text form. Also, for my first 2 inventories, I forgot to check which seed was which. First inventory I got a stack of 16 seeds, and the second inventory had 1 seed, but I'm not sure if they were ranarr/snapdragon, so those 17 seeds were not included in the total (scuffed I know smh). Thanks for checking out my post : ) Loot in Text Form
  16. Shame you didn't get any rares, but very impressive nonetheless. Glad to be there during the journey, and best of luck with your future clues!

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