Free-to-play Firemaking training
- 1 Training
- 2 Level 1-99
- 3 Other methods
- 4 See also
Firemaking is considered to be one of the easiest skills to train in free-to-play given its fast experience rates and low cost. It can be trained in conjunction with Woodcutting by burning the logs cut from trees. With bonfires, training Firemaking is one of the least attention-intensive activities.
Training[edit | edit source]
Equipment[edit | edit source]
The only equipment needed for training Firemaking in free-to-play is a tinderbox to light logs on fire. One is automatically stored in every player's tool belt so it is unnecessary to buy one or keep one in the bank.
Overview[edit | edit source]
|Log type||Experience||Experience per hour||Cost||Profit|
|Per experience||Per hour|
|Regular||Bonfire (solo)||Bonfire (with ≥4 others)||Regular||Bonfire (solo)||Bonfire (with ≥4 others)||Regular||Bonfire (solo)||Bonfire (with ≥4 others)||Profit/loss per log burnt||Profit/loss per hour|
|Maple||135||135 to 175||140.4 to 182||162,000||128,250 to 166,250||133,380 to 172,900||1.28||1.28 to 0.989||1.23 to 0.951||164,350||-4||-4,400|
- ^ a b c Assumes that 950 logs are burnt per hour.
- ^ Assumes that 1,200 logs are burnt per hour.
- ^ a b If creating individual fires and collecting ashes. Profit/loss per hour assumes that 1,100 logs are burnt per hour.
- ^ The experience rate of maple logs is dependent on the player's Firemaking level. The table shows two numbers, the first being the experience gained at level 45 Firemaking and the second being the experience gained at level 99 Firemaking.
- ^ a b Mahogany and magic trees cannot be cut by free-to-play players.
Current prices[edit | edit source]
|Icon||Item||Price||Direction||Low Alch||High Alch||Limit||Members||Details||Last updated|
|Ashes||169||1||1||10,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Logs||399||1||2||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Oak logs||486||8||12||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Willow logs||461||16||24||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Maple logs||173||32||48||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Mahogany logs||913||20||30||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Yew logs||230||64||96||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
|Magic logs||414||128||192||25,000||view||2 hours ago|
General notes[edit | edit source]
- Firemaking should be trained next to a bank for quick withdrawal of logs and thus fast experience.
- World 29 is the official free-to-play Bonfires server, but in practice it is more likely to find bonfires, or better, Portable braziers in the Grand Exchange on World 3 due to its high population.
- Players can add logs to an existing fire to create a bonfire. A log is burnt every 6 game ticks (3.6 seconds) rather than every 4 game ticks (2.4 seconds) when lighting fires the normal way. However, experience per log is increased, and further increased by up to 4% for every other player (up to five) using the same bonfire. With at least 5 players, the experience/hour for bonfires is slightly less than lighting the logs individually, but bonfires are semi-afkable and do not require running to and from banks and are therefore recommended.
- Players can use the eternal bonfire in the Land of Snow after completing Violet is Blue which provides the effect of 4+ players in a bonfire and is 6 squares away from the bank chest on the east side.
Combining Woodcutting and Firemaking training[edit | edit source]
Woodcutting and Firemaking can be trained side by side by cutting logs, then burning them. The most effective free-to-play logs for use with this method are willow logs. There are willow trees in many locations. South of Port Sarim, and between Port Sarim and Rimmington have clusters of willows that are usually almost never crowded because there is no bank nearby, but are useful for cutting and burning on the spot.
Cutting and burning yew logs would result in slower Woodcutting and Firemaking experience per hour because of reduced Woodcutting speed.
The Daemonheim Peninsula resource dungeon is another popular place in which to train Firemaking in this manner, as it is the only place in the free world where maple trees are found. You can cut and burn maples and willows there, and the only requirement is 30 Dungeoneering. Cutting and burning willows at level 75 Woodcutting yields around 70,000 experience per hour (40,000 for Firemaking), 30,000 for Woodcutting). It's recommended to swap to Maples at level 90 Woodcutting as this yields approximately 90,000 experience per hour (51,400 for Firemaking, 38,600 for Woodcutting).
Level 1-99[edit | edit source]
Level 1-15 - normal logs[edit | edit source]
- Experience needed - 2,411
- Logs needed - 46
- Time - 3 minutes
- Logs cost = 18,354
Level 15-30 - oak logs[edit | edit source]
- Experience needed - 10,952
- Oak logs needed - 160
- Time - 8 minutes
- Logs cost = 59,778
Level 30-45 - willow logs[edit | edit source]
- Experience needed - 48,149
- Willow logs needed - 437
- Time - 27 minutes
- Logs cost = 201,457
Level 45-60 - maple logs[edit | edit source]
The best way to get from level 45 to level 60 is by burning maple logs on a bonfire to which five or more players are contributing, which grants 140.4 experience per log at level 45 (the experience receiving from burning maple logs is dependent on the player's Firemaking level).
- Experience needed - 212,230
- Maple logs needed - 1,512
- Time - 1 hour 30 minutes
- Logs cost = 261,576
Level 60-75 - yew logs[edit | edit source]
- Experience needed - 936,679
- Yew logs needed - 3,466
- Time - 4 hours
- Logs cost = 797,180
Level 75-99 - magic logs[edit | edit source]
- Experience needed - 11,824,010
- Magic logs needed - 36,951
- Time - 37 hours
- Logs cost = 15,297,714
Other methods[edit | edit source]
Level 45-99 - maple logs[edit | edit source]
Maple logs are the cheapest logs and give decent experience. Burning maple logs on a bonfire to which five or more players are contributing grants an average of 161.2 experience per log (the experience receiving from burning maple logs is dependent on the player's Firemaking level).
- Experience needed - 12,972,919
- Maple logs needed - 80,477
- Time - 80 hours
- Logs cost = 13,922,521
Level 60-99 - yew logs[edit | edit source]
- Experience needed - 12,760,689
- Yew logs needed - 47,218
- Time - 47 hours
- Logs cost = 10,860,140
This method will take approximately 6 hours longer than using magic logs from 75-99 and will cost 1,867,784 less than using magic logs from 75-99, this works out at an effective saving per hour of 311,297.33.
See also[edit | edit source]