OSRS GP with Combat in Tombs – OSRS players are almost done waiting for the most anticipated PvM upgrade. The unofficial release date for Tombs of Amascut will be in mid-August. This means you’ll soon be able add another activity to your OSRS earning methods and your favorite group activities in RuneScape. You’ll gain lots of OSRS gold from this, considering Nex’s rapid rise to be one of the most successful bosses.
The Works is the best BiS weapon
A magic staff called Shadow of Tumeken is the future’s best in slot (BIS), magic weapon. Although it will greatly increase your magic accuracy, you won’t be able to use it in PvP minigames like Soul wars and Castle Wars.
Unfortunately, we don’t know how much OSRSGP this weapon will fetch. It is unlikely that it will sell for more than a billion OSRS Gold, considering its rarity and power. It is interesting to learn that Tumeken created it using the power of another great weapon in order to protect his land from the Ruinous Powers. It is powered by the sun, and it has a proportional shadow. Jagex said, “With the brightest light, comes the darkest shadows.”
Jagex Working on
Now, the dev team is working to balance and polish the raid so you can have fun while facing its challenges. We don’t like being challenged by game bugs so we have Jagex on hand to fix most, if not all, of the bugs before release.
Jagex is also sneaking a peek at the bosses you might encounter in Raids 3. Speaking of bugs, you will face a scarab and her swarm as bosses in Raids 3. The bug room is their room.
OSRS Bosses Expect
Zebak is the first boss shown in the teaser. Zebak is an enormous, hungry crocodile who can’t be contained in his room. He grew to such an extent that the walls surrounding him crumbled, creating the cavern in which you will soon be able face him. The cavern has a dark green tint and the middle is surrounded by ruins, green water, and sand islands. The room also has miniature red pyramids and red vegetation.
Another boss you will face is one who is hungry for knowledge. Kephri, a boss that resembles a giant scarab in the lecture theatre, is Kephri. She is unable to understand the hatchlings she has, even though they are constantly trying to teach her valuable knowledge. What must it be like? Soon, you’ll be able face her rage and figure that out. Although the multi-level room is reminiscent of Theatre of Blood’s, the wall art will take you back to the desert. In the bug room, you will also see the same red pyramid as in the crocodile cave.
Filling the Tombs of Amascut
Jagex wants to keep the mystery about the bosses’ mechanics a secret for now, but only the concept and the artwork. Even though you don’t know the exact mechanics of the bosses, there are some things you can do. First, ensure you have completed all quests that will give you access Tombs of Amascut.
- Prince Ali Rescue
- Gertrude’s Cat
- Icthlarin’s Little Helper
- Get in touch
- Under Cursed Sands
These skills are also required:
- 62 Agility
- 55 Crafting
- 55 Firemaking
- High combat level
It might be helpful to have completed the fairy ring system. With the final quests in desert series, you will be able unlock and use a new fairy ring south of Raids. The elite desert achievement diary is also a good idea. You’ll receive unlimited teleports from Nardah as well as free carpet rides. The teleport to Nardah will take you to Raids 3 and will also bring you to a rejuvenation pool which will heal you.
The Pharaoh’s Sceptre is another useful item that you might consider purchasing. It is worth considering investing some OSRS gold in it, unless you are an Ironman. The Sceptre’s price has increased by more than a million OSRSGP. It might be a good idea to increase your combat stats and get your hands on general BIS items like the ancestral set.