Guide to Wilderness PKing in Old School Runescape
If you’re an experienced player in Old School RuneScape, you might be interested in the Wilderness, where PvP (player vs player) combat is allowed. PKing in the Wilderness can be both profitable and dangerous, so it’s important to know what you’re doing. In this guide, we’ll explore a genius way to trick players and maximize your profit.
First of all, you need to know about the PK score prevention setting. This setting was added over a year ago and makes it impossible to skull (become attackable by anyone) if enabled. However, if you can find a way to make a player turn off this setting and attack someone in the Wilderness, you can take advantage of the situation.
One way to do this is to crash someone’s PvM (player vs monster) session, where they’re killing a boss. This is where your mate Jake comes in with his Iron Man account, which looks innocent and real. Pretend to attack Jake while the player is fighting the boss, and they might turn off their PK score prevention setting to rush and skull Jake. Then, Jake can tile block and entangle them, preventing them from logging out.
This is where you come in, with your complete max setup, to demolish the player and collect OSRS GP. It’s important not to attack Jake during the process, as it will ruin the trick. Be careful not to get skulled yourself, as it can lead to losing all of your items.
One Wilderness boss that could work well with this method is the Spiders, as their special attack reduces your HP and prayer. This creates a potential for smites, where you can take advantage of the player’s lowered prayer points and take their expensive items. However, it’s important to be careful and not get smitten yourself.
Overall, PKing in the Wilderness requires skill and strategy. With this genius trick, you can maximize your profit and have a great time playing the game. Just be careful not to break any rules or ruin the experience for others. Happy PKing!