Then the Killerwatt appears. It is lvl 190 monster, however, regrettably, his max hit is 10, and he's got a minimal defence lvl. Use the Special Attack of the sword (explained later) and get him to half of your health. Then equip your scimitar and get it into OSRS gold with no health. Take advantage of your b-axe onto it and he should die. He drops a Thunder Chainbody. Pick it up. There are now many people around today. Ajit ought to be there. Speak with him and he will congratulate you on killing it. He will purchase the Thunder Chainbody from you for 50k.
Access to the Land of Lightning-speak to Aubury to get there. Thunder weapons have the very same stats as weapons, but a little better. Requires 60 atk. Costs 100k. Thunder Longsword- Blue Blast: Always hits. Randomly hits 40. Prices 90k Thunder B-Axe- Sonic Boom: Knocks enemy rear 10 squares, drains electricity to 0, and bargains 15 to you. Costs 110k
Thunder Mace- Thunder Crusher: Consistently deals 25. Costs 90k. Thunder Warhammer: Shockwave: Enhancing your stamina, and lowers attack and defence. Costs 100k. Thunder Bow- Paralyzer: Same result as Snare spell. Costs 120k. Armour is just like dragon armour, but somewhat higher. Thunder Chainmail: Costs 70k. You Can Purchase Thunder equipment from Scala, in the Armoury at the Land of Lightning.
Ok guys everyone with this forum complains about randoms, personally, they arehere'susually I believe they're kinda cool. Before you call me a noob, nearly all of my thoughts are generally well accepted on this forum and I am a longstanding slammer(well longish).
How, well here's my idea in general events need to make harder but higher rewards, these can be explained in detail. Mysterious Old Man. Ah this men good, his teleport hints are perfectly fine, but what bothers me is that you open a box for a drop which you fall. A gem while your fishing and usually has dropped also. My idea is simple, he gives you an option for it to be routed to Buy RS gold the lender, if your bank is complete it gets dropped or on your place in your stock.