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Pyramid Plunder World Video[OSRS] Updated 1-99 Thieving Guide (Fastest \u0026 Profitable Methods)
Will a damaged god publication protect me from that gods followers? Should I take alchs with me or just wait until I bank? And finally, roughly how many mith bolts should I take?
Will they protect me from his followers? If I take alchs with me just wait till I bank? And roughly the number of mith bolts if I shoot?
If you intend on staying for a very long time, you are going right. For an hour or two, - should be fine.
Bear in mind, Ava's attractor helps a lot if you're able to wear it. When there's a quicker way please, do tell.
I have not done haunted min no servant or fighter maddness no guards. I actually don't mind paying for meals for spiders if it is the speediest I've alrady bought both and want them bad!
But which of them is the quickest? Do not do it. Comment reported successfully. Post was successfully added to your timeline!
Looting the chest will award the player with higher value artefacts than they would find the urns nearby.
A Pharaoh's sceptre may rarely be obtained from golden chests; if a sceptre is found, the Guardian mummy will appear and escort the player out of the pyramid, ending their plunder.
Occasionally the chest may contain an aggressive level scarab swarm , which attack extremely quick and poison.
Scarab swarms will not follow players to the next room of the pyramid. Chests are often saved until everything else in the room has been looted, as scarabs can slow down the process of looting urns.
A sarcophagus can be found in each room of the pyramid. Opening sarcophagi awards the player with Strength experience and artefacts, with higher value artefacts and experience obtained deeper within the pyramid.
Opening sarcophagi can take a fair amount of time, and may awaken a level 70 mummy. Players can open the sarcophagus if being attacked without interruption.
There is a chance that Jenifurr will appear when opening this sarcophagus. She belongs to the Cats of Menaphos. Located in the eighth room, the engraved sarcophagus requires 91 Thieving and 75 Runecrafting to loot.
When opened, the player has a chance of receiving a jewelled diamond statuette , a pharaoh's sceptre , a sceptre of the gods , or a black ibis outfit piece.
Opening the engraved sarcophagus awards Runecrafting experience. Just like with the other sarcophagi, players may awaken a mummy upon opening.
The corridor to each room will contain a spear trap, taking up two game squares on each of the walls.
Clicking on either of the closest squares will attempt to deactivate the trap, allowing the player to pass by unharmed if successful.
Players will be damaged by the spears if they attempt to walk into the room without deactivating the trap, fail to disarm the trap, or click on either of the farther squares.
Four locked tomb doors are hidden in the walls of each room, only one of which leads to the next room. Players must successfully unlock the tomb doors until the correct one is found, allowing them to reach the next room.
Successfully unlocking a tomb door awards some Thieving experience. A lockpick or hair clip will significantly reduce the chance of the player failing to unlock the door, at the cost of halving the experience gained.
The door leading to the next room will change each time a player joins the minigame. It is possible for groups of players to play the minigame together and quickly search all doors in a room at the same time.
The other players can then follow the player who found the correct door. Each room has an exit door, allowing for a quick escape via the right-click menu.
Monsters will not follow players through the doors. Failing obstacle and trap attempts will result in the player taking damage; the minimum a player will take from failing to loot urns is 50 damage.
Damage is scaled, based the players maximum life points, increasing in damage as the player progresses deeper in the pyramid.
It is generally recommended for players to search urns in only the two highest level rooms they can access; to maximise experience rates the player should attempt to loot every urn in their highest accessible room, and as many urns from the second highest room as time would allow.
Players using this method should always be aware of their time spent in the pyramid; it is advisable to move on to the last room after half of their time is remaining.
When the player is in their highest level room and time is running out, prioritise looting the golden chest for a chance at better rewards.
If the player still has time remaining after, resume plundering urns until kicked out. After completion of The Light Within quest players can use of the Crystal Mask spell in conjunction with the Light Form prayer to reduce the rate of failing when checking and searching urns significantly.
Wearing Prayer boosting items and drinking a Prayer renewal potion will allow the player to do multiple trips into the pyramid without the need of banking, or recharging their Prayer points.
Unless the player plans to teleport to a bank after each pyramid plunder, food or a healing familiar is the only item necessary to play the minigame for extended periods of time.
It is possible for mid-to-high levelled players to make it through several rounds without needing to heal.
The equipment below is needed to withstand the damage from monsters and poison during a plundering trip. If the player wishes to reduce banking time, one full inventory of food and potions can last from four to sixteen games depending on how often the player consumes the items.
To save time, it is best to eat in between games unless absolutely necessary. Quick banking can be achieved by using a ring of duelling , ring of kinship , or TokKul-Zo to teleport to nearby banks at Castle Wars , Daemonheim , or TzHaar City respectively.
After, a Pharaoh's sceptre or Sceptre of the gods to return to the pyramid if possible. If the player has completed the Contact!
A summoning obelisk can be found along the east wall outside Sophanem, and an altar just southwest of the pyramid.
When looting urns, sarcophagi, and chests, players will find various artefacts which may be sold on the Grand Exchange , or traded to Simon Templeton for coins.
After completion of the quest Dealing with Scabaras , Simon will purchase noted artefacts from the player. The Sceptre of the gods.
Occasionally, players may also find the Pharaoh's sceptre in one of the Grand Gold Chests or Sarcophagi, worth 1,, coins.
The chance of finding a sceptre is 0. Players inside the pyramid will see an Annoyed guardian mummy standing beside the chest in each room when this happens, and will announce the fact.
Players may also find a Sceptre of the gods inside the engraved sarcophagus. It has the same uses as a Pharaoh's sceptre, but with 10 teleport charges 20 with completion of hard Desert tasks , and when equipped grants players a greater chance of finding black ibis clothes.
Ideally, you want to fully loot the highest level room available to your level, and if your level is 61 or higher, loot as many urns in the previous room as far as time allows.
From level 61 onwards, you will roughly spend 45 to 90 seconds to get to your second highest available room, and use the rest of the time remaining to loot as much in your two highest accessible rooms as possible.
It is advised to watch your time and move to the last room when you feel like you might not have enough time to fully loot the last room.
Since looting in a higher level room gives more experience, you always want to get everything there. You may want to choose to loot the chest in every room to increase the chance of receiving a Pharaoh's sceptre.
For higher experience per hour, the earliest chest to loot is in the third last room available to your level, while they give a lot less experience than urns they are looted a lot quicker.
Also, you will want to loot the chest at the end of looting a room before leaving to the next one so you do not get interrupted by or waste time killing the Scarab swarm.
At Thieving, you can get up to Room 6 in the pyramid. Therefore, you will run straight to Room 5, only looting the chest in Room 4, then loot as many urns and the chest in Room 5 before you deem it necessary to leave to Room 6 to loot everything in time.
A player at level will thus gain the following experience in a five minutes game on an average:. You will want to bring high level food monkfish or above and lightweight equipment.
With a Pharaoh's sceptre, fast bank trips are possible if a player combines a bank teleport with the sceptre teleport to the pyramid.
This gives the option of using lower-grade food as the bank round trip can be very fast. Alternatively, completing the Contact!
The table below lists the various thieving options and the reward associated with it. Note that the experience from checking and searching adds up when both steps are performed.
When the check step is ignored, players are more likely to take damage, but can use the check and charm time to search more urns yielding more overall Thieving experience.
Checking urns takes a fairly long time, so for faster experience, it is often better to simply search all urns. The time saved can be used to search all urns at a lower room.
A relatively simple strategy to follow is rushing to the penultimate room and looting each chest along the way. Try to loot a few urns prior to looting the chest in the second-to-last room depending on time remaining , and head to the final room and loot all the urns and the chest.
If under half time remains, then it would be best to start heading to the last room. With the aforementioned advanced setup , a round would consist of the following:.
When you loot the urns, sarcophagi, and chests, you will find various trinkets that you can trade in for coins at Simon Templeton at the Agility Pyramid not far from Sophanem.