Thieving is stealing from NPCs to gain gold or other resources to assist you on your journey. Thieving doesn’t come with any negative consequences other than potentially taking the victim to injury if you fail. It’s a requirement for numerous diaries, quests, and particularly benefits Ironman because it is a way to get early game gold.
For a large number of Old Schools of RuneScape players One of the objectives for the sport is to reach maximal level (99) on all the skills that are possible. To achieve this goal players will seek out the most efficient and fastest methods to accomplish this, regardless of how convoluted they appear. It can also be said for stealing in OSRS because the most effective method to go from one to 99 in the role of a thief is a strange sequence of actions.
Why is it beneficial to steal?
Thieving is an incredibly profitable and profitable art. The more skilled thieves are likely to earn more than 1 million per hour or more, based on their technique. Furthermore the ability to pickpocket ardy knights an excellent method of earning money for Ironmen before they acquire the ability to raise alch. Additionally, you can acquire a high amount of herb seeds when you choose to rob master farmers, receive the ability to heal during battle if you steal blood shards from vyrewatches or have unlimited teleports in the elven lands by thieving from the elves.
Turning off attack options
While you are stealing, you will meet NPCs which are not attackable like master farmers. They are easy for you to steal as you simply click them. Additionally, there are NPCs with an attack option. You will have to right-click, and then pickpocket. This could be a hassle. I would suggest disabling attack options in the options menu, changing this option into hidden. This will let you instead be able to left click any NPC effortlessly, making stealing them much easier.
Place npcs in the same square as is feasible.
You can put certain NPCs in one place which makes them unable to move, thus trapping them. This is helpful as you’ll be able to save time by not having to run around and potentially missing your clicks. When an NPC is unable to move, they will despawn and respawn in a flash which will cause them to be unlocked. It is important to ensure that it is made sure that your NPC shifts one tile per five minutes to ensure they do not disappear. To help move the NPC into place, you could decide to use a dragon’s spear to force them into a specific spot. This will only work with NPCs that have one of the attack options. Common NPCs to get stuck are ardy knights as well as master farmers.
Thieving bonus gear:
Ardougne diary bonus
The Ardy diary is a bonus diary with the medium or hard finish. Medium completion awards a 10% bonus to successful pickpockets who have made it through Ardy. The hard bonus is extended to 10% to all locations. It is a great bonus to consider prior to making the decision to commit a crime because it’s a 10% Exp increase and will help you save time on banking, as well as the use of less food.
Outfit of Rogues
A Rogues outfit is a MUST. It will increase the value of your purchases for all pickpockets. If, for instance, you were getting a blood share from vyrewatches but stealing them and then the blood share, you would get the two blood pieces. Since blood shards measure 7m each, you’ve gained 14m in just one pickpocket. The Rogues costume takes between one and three hours to acquire and is required to be level 50 in thieving. The process is completed by visiting the rogues ‘ den in the pub in Burthorpe. You will need to navigate through a series of puzzles to get to the end. It takes around five minutes to complete. There is a chance of winning one of the five pieces in the set. The complete set is required in order to get the bonus.
They need a hunter with 54 hunters to wear. They can increase your chances of being a thief by 5%. This isn’t a match alongside the Ardougne medium diary in Ardougne the medium diary, and is then obsolete as you move to the Ardougne hard diary is completed. The gloves are made with two dark kebbitfurs and 600 coins in the Fancy Dress shop in south Varrock. The gloves will need repair the gloves which will require you to craft 64.
They are made by enchanting the Opal necklace. They offer the chance of a 25% increase to protect you from being struck and injured when you are unable to stop a pickpocket. Each necklace has 10 charges. One charge is consumed when it procs. They cannot be used during blackjacking.