My idea is an opportunity OSRS GP to earn a skill as a side-quest. These side-quests are free and can only be played after you've completed the entire quest for free such as Cooking, Crafting Fishing, Firemaking Mining, Prayer, Rangeing, Runecrafting and Smithing woodcutting. These side-quests available to members can only be used if you reach a specific quest level (depending on the Runescape Staff).
Side-quest example: After you've completed all of your free quests, you have a low level of prayer . It is very difficult to obtain giants bones due to other players. But at the Monastery there is one monk who will help you.
He will offer you a random request to pray. It is necessary to purify the river around the white knights castle. Once the purifier is finished, you have to put it in the river around the castle of the white knights. You will gain lots of exp to the prayer skill once you've completed the side-quest. For every four hours you can only return to the side-quest.
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Karajama, Birmenhaven, Crandor, Entrana, Miscellania. All of these cities have something in common. All of them are islands. There are a lot islands. Most islands have dungeons and quests as well as new monsters. Now to get to these islands, you have to charter a ship, fly there or connect there. These options aren't easy often, so to resolve all your issues, just go sailing!
I've decided, based on buy 2007 runescape gold popular vote, that this skill should be called "Sailing" I'll let the poll stand to hear your thoughts. For now, to start your journey on the sea You must visit any port in Runescape. Now, you can buy the "Frame" that is the frame for your ship for a certain amount depending on its material. The frame as well as the ship is going to be made out of wood. You can pick any kind of wood, but not Magic. The frame must be purchased from the bar, or from the person who is responsible, and then purchase the wood. It is similar to construction.