The cooking of the meat can be somewhat beneficial

Posted February 8, 2022 by Dragonborn

The cooking of the meat can be somewhat beneficial
The cooking of the meat can be somewhat beneficial as you'll be sitting around cooking while waiting for your traps. You can also chop as well. It's personal preference on what you'd prefer to do If you decide to cook, then using the Dwarven Army Axe can come in handy.

I'm not sure what arguments you're trying to convey in your argument on pitfall hunting. There are a lot of options when it comes to getting trained as a Hunter pitfall hunting is one the options. It's very foolish to think that no one at would ever use pitfall hunting.

I just wanted to give an example in which you could use Dwarven Army Axe could be employed. Do you hold any kind of hatred against using it as a Hunter? It is true that there alternative training methods that are more efficient, but you can't deny that using the Dwarven Army Axe can help.

I carried the axe with me today to miscellania to take down some trees. Then I was using it to make tele tabs and get myself some interesting rocks. It's a great tool for whatever users are looking to use it for. Runescape is a game, its supposed to be fun. Who are you to decide whether the way people spend their time is worthwhile?

Seconded, I utilized it today to create my bizarre rocks. I used it to runecraft, woodcutting, making fire, and mining rocks (then I realized it was a steel D: ), on top of it being used for Miscellania. At all times, this is a great item for many people for various reasons simply accept that it's not to your taste. claiming it's completely useless is not just unfounded and ignorant while claiming that it's only used by people "trying to be different" is just ignorant just to say the least.

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Last Updated February 8, 2022