Nov 16 2021
Safely buying gold on OSRS
Here at luckycharmgold, buying and selling gold is our bread and butter. We have been servicing the community for years, with combined decades of experience in the black market of Runescape from our management team. Our highest priority is making sure you, the customer, are happy with your services and can safely buy and sell gold at our website by absolutely minimizing the risk of a real-world trading ban.
A majority of RWT bans are focused on sellers, not buyers. Even after Jagex’s recent announcement of rule changes, this has changed very little. A vast majority of RWT activities go unbanned – we have never had a single ban on our trading accounts since starting up gold services over 3 years ago, as we take every precaution possible to avoid this. As a buyer or seller, rest assured that we take the security of our customers extremely seriously and do everything in our power to keep you and your account safe, but to stay as safe as you possibly can be following these instructions when purchasing or selling GP.
Contrary to popular belief, a VPN will NOT make your safer – in fact, using a VPN will make you more likely to be banned. This is due to the IPs used by VPNs being flagged by Jagex as it is extremely common for Gold farmers to use these VPNs to circumvent their own flagged/banned IP address. On top of that, your account changing IP and instantly trading large amounts of wealth will instantly flag on Jagex’s system and get you caught. The safest thing to do is to trade on the IP address and device that you normally play the game on, as this will not flag your account within Jagex’s systems and will keep you safer.
Some customers may be inclined to use an alt account, a pure or a fresh account to use as a mule for their transaction – this also is a bad idea, unless this account is also played frequently alongside your main. A fresh account is monitored heavily, as well as alternate accounts that do not play the game but are logging in and out to trade large sums of wealth. This will actually increase the likelihood of your main being banned, as Jagex is far more likely to flag an alternate account used solely for RWT and trace the wealth transfer back to your main.
Low-level accounts with low playtime and trading on free-to-play worlds will also increase the likelihood of being flagged, as these are the accounts Jagex looks out for and monitors. At Luckycharmgold we only use high-level accounts with good playtime and membership to absolutely minimize the risk of our trading accounts being flagged and caught, and we suggest that, if possible, you do the same - A level 3 fresh off tutorial island trading large amounts of wealth is far more suspicious than a high level main with hundreds of hours of playtime.
Methods of transfer
For low amounts, less than a few hundred million GP, trading another player outside of the GE or in Lumbridge is more than fine. Jagex tends to not monitor these low-level trades, as many players will transfer wealth between alts and lending items to clan members and friends, to avoid false banning players for RWT when they are simply borrowing or lending items.
For higher amount trades, we at Luckycharmgold are more than happy to transfer through different methods. Previously, staking was an excellent way, as imbalanced and thrown stakes have never resulted in a ban for RWT, but since the removal of uncapped stakes we now offer PVP world and wilderness services – simply kill one of our accounts with the GP in its inventory or have the account drop the GP on the floor, having it appear immediately, loot the items and teleport away quickly. If you are not confident entering and leaving a PVP area with a large sum of GP on you, we also offer Tip Jar transfer – placing the GP in the tip jar in your house to once again avoiding the flags of high imbalance trades.
Why not bonds?
Bonds are a way of directly buying gold off of Jagex, with absolutely 0 risks of a real-world trading ban. Though some overly-cautious players choose to purchase their gold this way, it is highly recommended to avoid buying bonds. They are extremely expensive for the amount of gold you get, costing around 4x as much as black market gold, whilst the actual risk of purchasing gold is extremely low – our workers and suppliers are the only ones truly at risk of a ban, and we haven’t seen any yet within our discord or our gold site.
How safe is it?
Although Jagex has been increasingly threatening to crack down on RWT, the sheer volume of gold traded means it is exceptionally unlikely you will be caught. We have never had any customers be banned from buying or selling gold through our services, and the ones we have spoken to about bans have only been caught due to sloppy methods from other sites less concerned about the safety of their customers – doing extremely large transactions through trades on fresh level 3 free to play accounts. With Luckycharmgold you are as safe as you can possibly be with your transaction.
How do I buy?
To purchase gold or sell gold, our website is super simple and easy to use. Simply follow the instructions on the screen, entering the amount of gold you wish to buy or sell, your in-game username and email address, and your payment methods. We accept a wide range of payment methods but require verification on card transactions to avoid chargebacks and other scams. One of our dedicated site managers will be with you as soon as they can, assisting you through live chat if you have any confusion about what you need to do. The manager will give you a world and a location, most commonly the grand exchange on a member’s world. Simply trade the account and verify that it is you through the live chat and accept, or follow the worker’s instructions if you are doing an alternate method for wealth transfer. We aim to serve customers as soon as possible, but due to the personal lives and time-zone restrictions of our site managers, we may not be able to transfer instantly 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We hope this guide is helpful in assisting your purchase or sale of OSRS Gold. If you have any further questions about our methods, security, and speed, please message us through our discord or through the live chat of this website.
Nov 11 2021
B0aty’s hardcore ironman deaths
B0aty is one of the legends of OSRS – one of the most mechanically skilled players in the game, and a pioneer of the Ironman game mode with his One-Man-Army series. His HCIM streams have remained some of the most popular streams in the OSRS section on twitch, showcasing b0aty’s insane click skill and in-game knowledge. Unfortunately, no matter how much skill Adam has in the game, deaths on a HCIM are inevitable – either due to lag, disconnects, or minor mistakes in some of the hardest content in the game. Here listed are all of b0aty’s HCIM deaths since the game mode was launched
B0aty’s first HCIM, the name a reference to his Twitch sponsor and chat meme Tayrocs, was the first of HCIM’s to die to the unfortunate disconnect. Whilst killing bandos, b0aty disconnected on stream and sadly logged back into Falador in October of 2017
Another death to disconnect, b0aty was unfortunately lagged out whilst killing Sire on stream in February of 2019. A continuing pattern for b0aty was that whilst his game skill was great enough that he’d avoid chances and play perfectly, his internet would always let him down in the end and cause his death
The saddest and most avoidable of all of b0aty’s deaths, this HCIM is the furthest into the game he’s ever been. Unfortunately, a freak accident of his phone hitting his mouse as he was AFK at Corporeal beast led b0aty to step in without noticing, dying on stream in front of thousands of viewers. Feelsbadman in the chat, at least this time it wasn’t to a disconnect
B0aty’s first death whilst playing the game, Sacred Trial was a gauntlet–rush account that sadly died whilst fighting Hunllef, stacked out by the boss as he tried to escape the room with zero food left. B0aty was almost happy with this death on stream, as it was the first time in 6000 hours of playing the game mode that he had died in a situation that was completely his fault
B0aty’s most recent death was to another unfortunate disconnect. A major loss for b0aty, as this account had an arcane spirit shield and a Theatre of Blood pet in the bank, b0aty’s internet unfortunately disconnected whilst killing Vorkath – in the same stream that he was chanced extremely hard by one of Vorkath’s attacks. This is the last death of a Hardcore that b0aty has had, and we hope to see him playing the game mode again soon on stream – only this time we hope his internet stays alive long enough for him to keep playing until the end
Nov 11 2021
OSRS Main PVP world PKing guide
OSRS Pking is some of the hardest and most rewarding content in the game. The true endgame, PKing involves not only being skilled at the game, but being able to outplay and counter your opponent in order to send them back to Lumbridge and claim their loot. Nostalgic to many but completely fresh to a lot of players, Edge Ville style honour PKing on mains is some of the easiest and most profitable PKing to get started on, as it does not require a fresh account and is relatively mechanically simple, compared to pure PKing and NH deep wild PKing
The most common location for this kind of PvP is the grand exchange on the current PVP world. Every Wednesday, the world switches between w539 (US West) and w560 (UK). It is best that you only PK when the world is on your ping, especially if you are new to PvP and trying to learn. A cheese, but viable, strategy is to play on these worlds during times when people on the other side of the world are online – if you are UK, PvP at around 2 a.m., as most players online will be American and you will have a big advantage due to ping.
When logged into these worlds, make sure you have protect item prayer on at all times, even when banking, to bring your chance of losing your +1 to an absolute minimum
Something to look out for in PVP worlds is rushers and PJers. An easy way to limit your chance of being rushed or Teleblocked is to stay inside the safezone, located on the stone tiles of the GE, and ask other players inside to fight, only stepping outside to fight your opponent. If you are skilled enough to get a Kill, run straight to the bank and take out a full invent of food – I recommend 3 brews, 3 restores, 3 karams and the rest anglers, as well as a looting bag – and then loot, so you can’t be killed by any mager hoping to take advantage of your low food count in your inventory.
The easiest and most basic setup to learn edge-style PKing is the rune setup
If you do not own an Infernal cape or Fighter torso, replace it with a fire cape and a rune platebody
Any inventory layout will work, whatever you feel most comfortable with - as long as you bring the key items
Any high healing food will work – anglers, manta rays, sea turtles, dark crabs or tuna potatoes. Whatever is cheapest on the GE. The eats always go in the same order
Food – Potion – Karambwan
Make sure you don’t get eat stuck – it is better to Food/Brew than Food/Karam, as you are still able to eat the extra karambwan without delay
Small eats are a great way to stay at a safe HP without safeing. Most people will hover around 75-80hp when their opponent has spec left, as this HP cannot be 1 hit by special attacks. Pineapple Pizzas heal 11hp and guthix rests heal 5hp eat sip. Guthix rests can also be used mid attack without losing momentum, so are a great way to slightly nudge up your health without your opponent noticing.
Before stepping out, make sure you eat an Angler to be at 121hp
The best special attack weapon to use in these fights is an AGS. Whilst claws are fantastic for holding momentum in deep wild fights and big hits on pures, they are much easier to survive and far less accurate than an AGS spec on mains.
Once you are more confident, you can bring a granite maul as well. Although inaccurate off armour, its special can be devastating and finish off your opponent when the AGS doesn’t hit quite high enough
Once you have chosen your opponent, its time to fight! A lot of the main part of the fight comes down to practice and instinct – the more you PK the better you get.
Whilst starting, focus on the main two points – not dying, and getting kills. Try and read when your opponent specs, and make sure you eat up above hittable HP without safeing, and if possible, pop your venge on their spec to set yourself up for a devastating combo. In your first few fights, focus more on not dying than getting kills – risking it for a KO will often backfire if you’re not fully capable
Try and stack your special attacks with a vengeance combo to increase your chances of stacking your opponent out
In this clip, I time my AGS spec to land at the exact same time my vengeance is proc’d by my opponent’s whip hit. Even if my opponent knew I was venged, he would not have been able to survive the attack.
In this clip, I react to my opponent hitting my venge with a quick AGS Gmaul. I also eat to minimise my risk of dying, although my opponent also venged and pulled out his ags – I would have died if I did not kill him. This is the risk vs reward of “risking” to kill your opponent
Ultimately, The best way to learn pking is through practice
The only way to get good and get kills is to practice, and the only way to practice is to go and PK, so gear yourself up and good luck sending noobs back to Lumbridge!