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Ideas[edit source]

Pest control points[edit source]

It would be nice to know how much pest control points we need to a lvl or how much lets say 73 of them would give _MasterChiker

I have a working version here, but since I made it I now understand more about coding on the wiki so I will re-write it to be more accurate and otherwise make it more polished. Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 02:57, April 6, 2011 (UTC)

Vis Wax Profit/Loss[edit source]

A calculator that allows you to set the primary rune, select the 3 current secondary runes then show the projected profit loss of 100 vis wax at current GE prices for combinations of runes.

Alternatively, just select 3 runes and it will show a projected profit/loss for 50/75/100 vis wax produced using current GE prices for the runes and using their usual wax generator quantities.

It would be best to do this by simply having the user input the rune types used, the number of tries, and how much vis wax they would get. The user can then compare the profit of each of their chosen options because it varies so much between players. Anyway, this is a great idea- support!

Calculator:Other/Rune Goldberg Machine, Calculator:Rune Goldberg Machine 2. Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Extreme set calculator[edit source]

A calculator to find the gp/xp of making a full set of extreme attack, strength, defence, magic and range potions. This would be useful for people getting to 96 herblore making sets of extreme potions.

This isn't really a calculator, but here it is, just add all the ingredients' price and divide by the xp for all. So, Something like This. Iam666 (talk) 21:51, March 27, 2014 (UTC)

Fixed. Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:58, March 28, 2014 (UTC)

46.73 Gp/Xp

Tokkul -> Stores -> Ge[edit source]

Would be nice to have a calculator to show the best profit item to buy from the tzhaar stores with tokkul to sell on ge. Get quite a bit from slayer tasks and never know what to buy (still quite a way from onyx though).

That information is already on the Tokkul page. Stewbasic 19:16, July 3, 2012 (UTC)

Citadel XP Calculator[edit source]

I would like to see a calculator for the amount of xp you can gain from doing various tasks at the citadel. This would have an option for which resource you are gathering. Your current level. Your current fealty level. Your citadel level. Your skill plot level. And how many of the resource you plan to gather.

A Sack/Basket filling/emptying + one more![edit source]

A Sack/Basket filling and emptying profit calculator would be nice. I made alot of money doing this, but found it annoying to have to check all prices to see which one does best. Also, I dont know if its possible, but a cheese profit calculator, where you enter your level, and it gives you an average for how much cheese you will earn per wheel, as well as profit from buying milk off G.E.

This should help with your first request. I don't have the proper information for the second. Dsctatom (talk) 19:15, January 29, 2014 (UTC)

String jewellery[edit source]

Calculates the profit/loss of buying unstrung gold amulets and astral runes (assuming that a mud stuff is being used) and strung amulets are sold to a Rogue for low alch price.

I'm not sure if this has already been made.. I couldn't find it anywhere.  I apologize in advance if this is a repeat!

Calculator to show the profit for opening various armour sets (and vice versa) and selling them; all at GE standard prices.

String Jewellery. Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

An herblore calc that would take into account making unfs by yourself[edit source]


It would be totally awesome if it could also take into account the use of a Scroll of Life.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 07:16, April 20, 2014 (UTC).

Calculator:Herblore/Unfinished potions. Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Citadel Tick Change Calculator[edit source]

At the moment, changing the tick means (I think) having 2x upkeep resources. I'd love a tool letting me know at a glance if it's safe to move the Tick.Good i snipr (talk) 16:48, May 2, 2014 (UTC)

herb timer[edit source]

a timer for normal and vine herbs

all locations are specified so you can enter the seed type what u are planting at that moment

the end of the line will be a countdown till the herb is fully grown

Ammunition and combat spell costs[edit source]

Calculates the cost per regular attack when using ranged and magic in combat. Includes

  • Regular ammo (eg. arrows and bolts, assuming the player does not use Ava's device and leave them on the ground), cost = GE price
  • Degradeable weapons which do not use ammo (eg. crystal bow), cost = [repair cost / number of hits]
  • Degradeable weapons which use ammo (eg. Ascention crossbow), cost = [repair cost / number of hits] + GE price of ammo (might need some modifications since some weapons also degrade when player is hit)
  • Combat spells, cost = total cost of runes used

Money Making Calculator[edit source]

It would be cool to have a calculator for the money-making guide that takes your runescape stats into account. You would pull the info from whichever runescape acount name you put in or manually put your desired stats (or all stats) in and click calculate. It would then only show the money-making methods that you qualify for. You could also put in completed quests form (optional) for added optimization of fields for the money-making method display. Additionally, you could color code the boxes in relation to how difficult that method would be (in consideration of skill levels involved, possibly separated into different categories, such as:

  • Combat Level Range
  • Each Involved Skill Separated Into It's Own Row
  • A Total Difficulty Based Upon The Above Skills Involved 

Each of these could be displayed on a graphical representation with black being too early of a level and green being the point at which the skill can be used most efficiently, possibly somthing like - Black = Impossible, Red = Very Difficult, Orange = Difficult, Yellow = Slightly Difficult, Yellow-Green,= Average Difficulty, Green = Easy.

Of course, some skills would end up going from black directly to green and could be possibly omitted from the graphical representation afterward as they are reached and mentioned elsewhere, such as in the guide for that money-making method. You could then, sort the methods via multiple options such as money spent, time inviolved, bank trips, initial investment, involvement, etcetera.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 16:50, 3 June 2014 (UTC).

While you may think this is a good idea, it's not. Calculators are often made with JavaScript, and therefore require some knowledge of programming. This is a very extensive idea, and would take a very long time; not to mention, the upkeep required for this sort of calculator would be ludicrous. This idea would not only require tons of upkeep, but would also be almost entirely opinion-based, i.e. what would be good enough money for a given level, etc. GEMW and Wikia's scripting would probably not be enough to handle this, making JS a requirement. Dungeoneering master cape.png TheLunarFrog Talk Dungeoneering-icon.png 16:22, June 3, 2014 (UTC)

Bump. Here is a similar comment on Talk:MMG, and here is a reddit post discussing the same thing. Personally, I would love using this - I spent several hours fishing sailfish yesterday before discovering I could be making kwuarm sticks for money at a much, much better rate. 05:05, 28 October 2021 (UTC)

Charm transmutation calculator[edit source]

My suggestion is to design a calculator that shows how many lower-level charms, and how much money, you need in total to get a higher-level charm. For instance, if I have a lot of gold charms and want crimson charms, I need gold charms and one type of energy to convert them to green; then I need the green charms and another type of energy to convert them to crimson. Options should include what you want to convert (six options: gold to green, gold to crimson, gold to blue, green to crimson, green to blue, crimson to blue), and how many of the higher-level I want to get - or perhaps alternately, how many of the lower I want to convert, since that is limited by how many I actually have.

So, basically, the calculator would answer a question like: "I have 1340 gold charms; how many crimson charms can I get for that, and how much will it cost me? Also, what is the unit price - i.e., how many gold charms and how many coins am I sacrificing for each crimson charm?"

Ideally, the assumption would be that all energy is purchased at the suggested Grand Exchange price (as a reminder, if you have the energy yourself, you still have the "opportunity cost" of not selling it). In the above example, for each crimson charm the calculator would need to add up: (1) the gold charms and money (to purchase the required energy) to get 3 green charms, and (2) the money (again, to buy the energy) to convert the 3 green charms into one crimson charm. Similarly, to convert green to blue, the calculations need to be done for the two transmutation levels, while a conversion from gold to blue requires three levels.

I've made something like this here for personal use: Worth of a blue charm by Transmutation but if I figure out some stuff and get bored enough training Fishing I'll make one that you can change variables of and choose charm start points, as it were.
Always remember to sign on talk pages please.
--TheNinth (talk) 11:36, July 30, 2014 (UTC)
OK, sorry about the signature... I am new here, in the sense that I haven't done much editing. That was me, hilmarz. Is there some special code to add the signature?

Ore Respawn Calculator[edit source]

This Calculator will be very helpful to miners. The player can choose X number of worlds, and the ore they will be mining. Since most players know how many ores they will be mining each world jump, perhaps an additional option could be selecting how many ores the player will be mining as well.

The calculator will figure out how long it will take for that ore to respawn, depending on the population of the world. It must update every so often to provide accuracy. If possible, it would be nice if there was a timer for each world as well, with the message "Ore Respawned" displayed upon hitting 00:00. Of course, the only way for the calculator to know when to begin counting down, the timer must either be activated by the player or must connect to the players account to know when s/he has logged out of which world (assuming they have mined the ores just before logging out.)

Getting this calculator to work with the concentrated coal/gold deposits would be helpful too. Thanks a lot guys, and good luck! 00:50, July 9, 2014 (UTC)Dreke13

Such a calculator is now obsolete. Bronze dagger.png: RS3 Inventory image of Bronze daggerElven CoreRSDragon dagger.png: RS3 Inventory image of Dragon dagger 22:03, 4 February 2019 (UTC)

Warband level calculator[edit source]

Given a starting level and a desired target level, calculate the number of warbands (assuming the max 25 items are looted and no extra items are taken from other players) it would take to get to that desired level. Could either be iterative (while not at level, add xp from another warband) or somebody could properly calculate the formula based on the xp/lvl and warband xp/item formulas. (It probably wouldn't be hard to adapt this to xp lamps and fallen stars as well, but I'm not sure of the usefulness as you can only very indirectly influence getting more of those.)

As I write this another thought occurred to me. Does dropping some supplies, turning in just enough to get to the next level, picking up the drops and turning those in at the new level get you more xp?

It would probably have to be iterative, I don't think the discontinuities in the warband xp function could be captured easily in a formula. It doesn't seem to simplify either due to the exponential growth of xp/lvl but only quadratic growth of xp/warband: the number of warbands to get from level L to level L+1 is apx. ceil((3 x 1.110409 ^ L) / ((L(L-2))/2 + 50)). At L=1, this value is 1 (ceil(.067)), whereas at L=98 this value is still only 11 (ceil(10.334))

A Slayer task calculater which calculates the chance of getting a specific task based on the weighting[edit source]

A Slayer task calculater which calculates the chance of getting a specific task based on the weighting of each Slayer master (Example: Kuradal)

The chance to be given a certain assignment is calculated from a weighting system. Each assignment has as specific weighting (different per Slayer Master). To calculate the percentage chance of obtaining a slayer task, you have to add up all the weightings for assignments you can have access to that aren't blocked from the table above.
Then the formula to calculate the percentage chance to get a certain assignment is:

  • A = The weighting of the assignment you want to calculate.
  • B = the total weighting of the tasks you can be assigned added up.
  • Y = The percentage chance a particular assignment has to appear.

How Many Overloads - How many other Potions do I need to make?[edit source]

Starting with the Ability to Make Super Attack Potions - The Lowest Requirement - and Ending with Overload Potions as your final result. This calculator should take in the following into the equation. 

Bonus EXP - Current Super Potions - Current Level and Desired Level being the Ability to Make Overload Potions. 

Current Super Potions would be.

I have 1k Super Defense Potions - 500 Super Strength Potions - 600 Super Attack Potions - 200 Super Ranging Potions - 200 Super Magic Potions. 

How many of each potion (minimum) will need to be made to balance them out and start making Extreme Attack - Str - Def - Range and Mage Potions.

Where the end result is Just enough of the Extreme Potions to be Made at a 1:1:1:1:1 Ratio to make 1 Overload at the required Herblore level.

Where when I hit level 96 Herblroe I will be able to make 1600 Overloads and that will gain me "x" experience and my final result will be Level: X - with Y exp until Level : Z and y-exp until Level : 99.

If the end result is 1600 overloads with my current Potions I will need.

600 More Super Defense - 1100 More Super Strengths - 1000 More Super Attack - 1400 More Super Rangin Potions - 1400 More Super Magic Potions.

I will need to make no more of those potions to get my level.

Then say I adjusted my Super Defense Potions from 1k to 1,600 (Buying them because they're cheaper to buy than make)

It would account the weight of it's importance as compared to the others and also the end result. Where it might adjust the End REsult Number of Overloads down to 1595 as compared to 1600 where I would still make 1600 instead of 1595.

Combining charges[edit source]

Add a profit calc for combining charges. That's as detailed I can get :p

Some more info: Done by the NPC Murky Matt

Burn Rate Calculator[edit source]

I was wondering if we could do a calculator based on the burn rate of cooking foods in RS? Like, a percentage rate of how often you'll burn things at your current level, including the factors such as cooking gauntlets and method of cooking (fire, standard range and Lumbridge ranges are the main ones, right?), as well as stating an average amount of burnt foods in a full inventory. I've been trying to find one everywhere, but no luck.

Legacy Max Hit Calculators[edit source]

Find a formula to calculate the max hit in legacy for ranged, mage, and melee.

Untitled[edit source]

Quest calculator: Show what quests you have completed, Have not completed, are in progress, what quests you can do, can not do, 

Using highscores to figure out levels 

Using public adventurers' log for quests  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 20:05, August 20, 2014 (UTC).

Untitleeed[edit source]

I'm gonna make this one quick.

Enter weight value

Recieve tick energy rate number.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 20:06, August 22, 2014 (UTC).

Portables[edit source]

New calculators ideas based on the portable things. Portable forges, portables wells, portable ranges, etc. It would be pretty much a copy of older spreadsheets (for example the Ore Smelting one or the Smithing items one) but with every addition the portable things give. I know for the range it cooks an additionnal fish, you can save bars when smithing as well. It would be calcs to say how much exp and profit made on those portables. Thanks!

Made a start for the portable range here: Calculator:Portable range DutchGabber91 (talk)

Add Urns as options to calculators[edit source]

Add Urns as option to calculators



Experience or level?

Current level/experience (per above choice)

Experience or level?

Target level/experience (per above choice)

Using Brawling Gloves?

Using the Full Golden Mining Suit?

USING MINING URN? Here there would be a list of the different urns for this skill. Used in conjunction with the other options. To calculate how many of any one type of ore needed to mine in order to get to the desired level.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 00:11, September 10, 2014 (UTC).

Spirit Gem Calculator[edit source]

I think it'd be great if there was a way to tell how many charms I'd need to get to a certain level of summoning if I used a certain number of spirit gems (sapphire emerald etc)...

like right now i'd need 755 green charms to get to 46 summoning but I have several spirit sapphires and emeralds so I know I'll need a few less charms than 755... I'd love to know how many I'd most likely need if I used all of my spirit emeralds, sapphires and rubies.

It would probably only be an estimated reduction due to the charm saving only being a chance, not a guarantee, but someone might be able to work something out. Small recharge gem.png AnselaJonla Slayer-icon.png 03:15, October 10, 2014 (UTC)
I think I see how it could work, but I don't know the coding necessary to make a calculator. The way I see it, it's [starting number of charms]+10*[number of spirit sapphires]+20*[emeralds]+30*[ruby]+40*[diamond]+50*[dragonstone]+60*[onyx], as each charm saved by a gem would be a +1 to the total number you can use to make pouches. Small recharge gem.png AnselaJonla Slayer-icon.png 03:22, October 10, 2014 (UTC)

Best combat gear/equipment for level[edit source]

The basic idea is to provide combat levels and get an output of the best gear (maximum bonus) for a specified style at the given levels. You'd be able to select things like "melee defence," "ranged strength," "prayer," and it would use the provided levels to determine which set of gear would provide the highest bonus for the selected style.

Inventory worth Calculator[edit source]

Have users create whatever sort of an inventory that's possible ,and calculate how much that single inventory is worth. Could be useful for people who want to gather multiple resources for a single trip etc etc. Have this already?

Caches[edit source]

The brand new divination d&d "Guthixian Cache" has come out and is set to spawn every 3 hours. I'm not sure if this would be considered a calculator, but have a timer for when the d&d will start would be very helpful.

Spring cleaner[edit source]

Spring Cleaner Calculator

Fetch price of spring

using 'dismantle' mode, which categories are profitable? 

rune armor is certainly profitable, but steel bars are not. so what about everything else?

Calculator:Other/Spring cleaner Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Cremation[edit source]

I know I should probably have tried elsewhere but this seemed like the most logical place - simply put Calculator:Prayer needs an update for the ability to cremate bones. User talk:InvalidCards.png: RS3 Inventory image of User talk:InvalidCards InvalidCards Special:Contributions/InvalidCards.png: RS3 Inventory image of Special:Contributions/InvalidCards 12:32, November 13, 2014 (UTC)

It's now done on Calculator:Prayer. niconoe 01:27, March 24, 2019 (UTC)

Ironman[edit source]

Now that ironman gameplay is available, there are a lot of possibilities for calculators for them.  For example, kingdom management calculators that compare the possible xp earned with all workers gathering a particular resource.  How can an ironman know what is the best balance of workers?  Grand exchange values dont really answer the question.  It might get complicated trying to compare the xp value of herbs, but perhaps potential xp with given skill levels? 

A calculator for summoning pouches comparing high alch and shard swap values that allowed you to input your own value for nats might be useful...  i'm sure there's lots more possibilities for ironman calculators.

Money Maker Calculator[edit source]

You put in all your levels and the calculator tells you the fastest way to make money for your levels. This can be taken from other wiki pages such as skilling pages or the money making list.

Untitled[edit source]

Caculate profit/loss of opening impling jars and comparing the cost of the impling to how much the items are worth on the Grand Exchange.

To make such a calculator, the probabilities of receiving the various loot need to be known, and only for a few impling types has this been collected so far... Generally each impling page should have a drop table which can tell you the basic information. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 14:27, December 18, 2014 (UTC)

Money/XP Per hour[edit source]

just a basic calculator that tells me how much money/xp per hour if I grind *insert sepecfic item* enough. I don't how you'll make but if you do pull it off I'll be impressed and extremely happy.

Hit chance[edit source]

A hit rate calculator with a list of different weapons.

Ascension crossbow[edit source]

A calculator which gives real time G.E updates of the price of keys/dragon crossbow(s) to calculate how much an ascension crossbow would cost to make given a variable amount of each key/crossbow. For example, if i input 1 dragon crossbow and 100 of each key, it would calculate the total price of all of these, then calculate the net profit or loss for the amount of crossbows intended to be made. This would be very helpful for those intending to try to attain an ascension crossbow manually.

Calculator for 3 to 4 dose potion decanting[edit source]

Calculator for calculation the profit/loss of decanting 3 dose potions into 4 dose potions. Ability to put in X amount of 3 dose potions and get the number of 4 dose potions it would produce aswell as weather it would turn a profit or loss based on the Grand exange price. 

This would be of great help when selling potions made from herblore and you are unsure if you would profit more if you would deacant them or not. 

Every potion article should meanwhile have a table listing the 'price per dose' for the various doses a potion exists in based on the current GE price. Decanting a potion into the version with the highest 'price per dose' will give you the most profit (as always, assuming it actually sells at GE med). IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 13:43, December 31, 2014 (UTC)
Decanting Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Combination potions[edit source]

Crystal flask/combination potion calculator: 

You gain herblore experience from mixing already made potions into crystal flasks. The only cost of this XP is the initial upfront cost to unlock and the cost of the flask.

I don't see this yet put into the herblore calculators, and this could be a viable way to further train herblore with existing potions.

A calculator to show the cost of armours and weapons repair combined per hour in total to calculate your gp/hr needed to make a profit.

for example a greater profit could be made by swapping out degrading gloves(pernix) in a set to a similar pair and save some gp

if it's already out ignore me or source a link;p

a calculator which counts how much it cost to create each of the combination potions so you know if its smarter to use those or stick to extremes for example in terms of cost

Calculator:Herblore/Combination potions. Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Coin of balance[edit source]

I was wondering if someone could make an emulater of the Coin of balance with the random selections and categories. Imdill3Zanik old.png 07:30, January 31, 2015 (UTC)

Max hit[edit source]

A Max Hit calculator!

Combat Level-Up Calculator[edit source]

A calculator that allows you to input your current levels and select skills (with checkboxes?) that tells you the necessary levels (or xp) necessary to get to the combat level desired. 

For example: 

Play inputs current levels and decides they want to level summoning and prayer to get to combat level 10. The calculator shows them how much summ xp and prayer xp they need to get, possibly weightable (e.g. 20% summoning 80% prayer, configurable with preset being 50/50 for 2, 33.33/33.33/33.33 for 3, 25/25/25/25 for 4, etc)

Muddy chest calculator[edit source]

I think a calculator is needed to calculate the profit/loss per trip if you enter how many keys you bring, what you drop,alc and take and if you take a gem bag/familiar. The calculator could possibly also show maximum gp/h.

Money making guide/Opening muddy chests, [[Money making guide/Opening muddy chests with the canoe]] Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Combat xp calculator[edit source]

xp/kill/LP/spawn calculator

enemy has 100 LP, kill rewards X xp per kill, Y number of enemies spawn in area

work out how much xp you can earn how quickly from how many kills in certain areas

Daily challenge xp reward calculator[edit source]

It would be nice to calculate beforehand how much xp a daily challenge would give to decide whether we want to do it or not. In some cases this could include the activity (e.g. "Cut 30 elder logs" would be 30x325=9750 xp for doing the challenge itself) but my main focus is the xp reward which you will get from Fara/Heriau.

You would need to select the skill and your level (possibly the challenge itself too if that matters for the amount of xp you gain) and the calculator would tell you how much xp you would get for handing in the challenge. There would be an option for extended challenges too (probabily in the section where you select the challenge itself).  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 09:17, February 26, 2015 (UTC).

While not a calculator, the tables with the values known so far can be found at User:Cook Me Plox/Daily Challenges. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 11:47, February 26, 2015 (UTC)


I believe that a new calculator for Player Owned Ports would be good.

This calculator would help plan voyages. One reason people would use this would be to see the result from adding a certain effect. Hopefully this calculator could be able to pull information about a specific Player-Owned-Port. If not, then possibly a user could input relevant info

The calculator should be able to:

  • Calculate percentage of success based on stats
  • Calculate length – length range should be relatively easy to include

Possible Helpful Inclusions:

  • Chance of random event
  • Xp gain by success/partially complete
  • Penalty for failure
  • Amount of goods received if successful

This calculator would ALWAYS be useful, but these types of voyages would use less of it:

  • Story Voyages
  • Goods Voyages
  • Clue Voyages
  • Standard Voyages that unlock new crewmember or trait

The Voyages could be organized as such:

    • Farthest Region Unlocked
    • Region Focus
    • Unlocked Adventurers

 —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 20:40, 2 March 2015 (UTC).

Combination potion profit/loss calculator[edit source]

It would great to have a combo potion profit/loss calculator. These tend to make a decent profit, especially when made with the dungeoneering reward that saves ingredients.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 03:43, 25 March 2015 (UTC).

Calculator:Herblore/Combination potions Quest.png Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 00:28, August 26, 2015 (UTC)

Thalers: BXP/Point[edit source]

Since you can buy prismatic stars with thalers, and also the rate varies per level, can a calculator be made for this? --Jlun2 (talk) 21:23, May 18, 2015 (UTC)

Simple combat[edit source]

  1. I would like a calcualtor with basic inputs of ethier Attack,strength,ranged,magic
  2. Current level or expirence in that selected skill
  3. Input for your desiered level
  4. Selectable pre loaded monsters via drop or search, both f2p and p2p, such as hill giants, moss giants, dragons ect.
  5. End reslut how many of selected monster to kill to obtain desiered level
I apologize if I missed this calculator on the page.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 08:36, 30 May 2015.

Delve into Daemonheim[edit source]

This calculator would calculate how many days it would take to achieve a desired Dungeoneering Level based off of Cook Me Plox's Daily Challange XP per Challange completed. This calculator would also take into account off using Vis wax to extend a daily challange, rewarding in double experience.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 03:49, 5 June 2015 (UTC).

New Herblore Calulator: # of grimy Herbs to Clean[edit source]

A calculator to give # of grimy herbs to clean for lvl up and profit  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Seadragonz (talk) on 20:32, 10 June 2015 (UTC).

Calculator:Herblore pWkk5s5.pngConstitution.png 21:50, January 24, 2018 (UTC)

xp Lamps[edit source]

how about a calculator to compare the xp gained from one size lamp to another. this would be to determine which size our gp or reward points are best spent on. thank you  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 02:53, 22 June 2015 (UTC).

Calculator:Other/XP Lamps by TheCosmicNebula | CosmicNebu1a Ranged.png 09:30, January 16, 2023 (UTC)

Food Restoration[edit source]

There should be a calculator where you enter a Constitution level, and it tells you how much health each type of food would heal at that level. Runecrafting.png Soad Kraken Armadyl symbol.png 00:49, June 26, 2015 (UTC)

player owned ports[edit source]

player owned ports best voyage load-out setup calculator

a calculator for player owned ports where you get to input how much morale, combat, seafaring a voyage cost and then the the calculator will calculate the best type of crew and the best kind of load-out possible / available for that player.

The player might need to enter what crew members he has and which ship parts and that kind of stuff he/she has unlocked. and it would be usefull if we could save that information. like have a save this setup option so the player would not have to re-enter all that information again the next time they use the calculator.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Maxizni (talk) on 08:54, 22 July 2015 (UTC).

This does already exist though here:  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Dark-Xiomax (talk) on 10:35, 11 January 2019 (UTC).

Guthixian Caches calculator[edit source]

Guthixian Caches calculator

As many people train Divination only with caches, I believe a calculator will be a great addition to the wiki!

Since you are awarded Divination EXP based on the amount of points you gatherd in the cache, and we know how much EXP you get per point in each level (there is an accurate table on the caches wiki page), it is a rather simple math to calculate how many caches POINTS will be needed in order to reach one's desired skill level.

Also, as there is a 200 points\day cap on these, and only 100 per cache (meaning you need to do at least 2 each day for max points), the calculator should be able to inform the player the MINIMUM amount of caches needed to the desired level, assuming 100 points are gathered each time, or the minimum amount of days needed, assuming 200 points are gathered each day.

Now for the hard part; the calculator should know when the player will level up and fix it's calculations accordingly.

Let me explain:

The EXP you get per point increases with every Divination level you gain; so a level 26 player will get much less EXP then a level 62 player, assuming both have the same amount of points. The calculator should know when will your player level up (lets say after 542 points, which is 6 caches, or 2.5 days), and for any calculation after that level will be gained, the calculator will use the the corresponding EXP-per-Point.

To make it simpler to program, the calculator should count how many points are needed from the player current level untill he levels up, remember this number as an integer, and do the same thing for all of the next levels after that. After the desired level is reached, it is possible to to add all of these integers, and the result should be the accurate number of Guthixin cahces points needed for the desired level.

Wish i was able to program this thing myself :(

Thanks for taking the time to read my calculator idea!

~Sheivot.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 14:34, 1 January 2016 (UTC).

Invention Cheapest Energy for Divine Charge[edit source]

To create a divine charge in invention, you need materials and energy. Higher tiers of energy require a smaller amount of energy than lower tier energy. Although sometimes it's cheaper to use lower tier energy. A calculator could easily calculate the cheapest option based upon the g.e. prices.

Asbakkie (talk) 23:41, January 26, 2016 (UTC)

Cost per Component Calculator (Invention)[edit source]

I know this may appear to be complex but.....IF I somehow wanted to create an excel styled list of items that disassemble into a specific component listed in order of junk chance/cost how would I go about doing this... and how do I link the GE prices to automatically update?


Items that disassemble into Enhancing components

Item                        Junk Chance %       Current GE Price         Cost per chance of receiving component

Anchovy Pizza             39.5%                              419gp                                       X

I know it may be slightly more difficult as some items are often, rarely etc. and if the list was too big, could maybe make a section for items with less than 97% junk chance or whatever.

Yellowchese (talk) 14:36, February 9, 2016 (UTC)

Yellowchese, I have the formula for that:

☀([Current GE Price]/(1-[Junk chance/100]))/[Total materials received]

SecretX33 (talk) 17:30, March 19, 2016 (UTC)

Hey, take a look at User:Yellowchese/Component Calculator Yellowchese (talk) 13:45, March 20, 2016 (UTC)

Fashions cost calculator[edit source]

(How to make barrows dye malevolent, use one barrows dye to each item.)

Helmet slot Body slot Legs slot Boots slot Total cost
Malevolent helm.png: RS3 Inventory image of Malevolent helmMalevolent helm Malevolent cuirass.png: RS3 Inventory image of Malevolent cuirassMalevolent cuirass Malevolent greaves.png: RS3 Inventory image of Malevolent greaves Malevolent greaves glaiven boots.png: RS3 Inventory image of glaiven boots glaiven boots 54.7M
Malevolent helm (Barrows).png: RS3 Inventory image of Malevolent helm (Barrows)Malevolent helm (Barrows) Malevolent cuirass (Barrows).png: RS3 Inventory image of Malevolent cuirass (Barrows)Malevolent cuirass (Barrows) Malevolent greaves (Barrows).png: RS3 Inventory image of Malevolent greaves (Barrows)Malevolent greaves (Barrows) glaiven boots.png: RS3 Inventory image of glaiven boots glaiven boots 829M

(How to make elite ranger, use one golden thread to each item. Don't forget you need a needle)

Helmet slot Body slot Legs slot Boots slot Total cost
Robin Hood hat.png: RS3 Inventory image of Robin Hood hatRobin Hood hat Robin Hood tunic.png: RS3 Inventory image of Robin Hood tunicRobin Hood tunic Robin Hood tights.png: RS3 Inventory image of Robin Hood tightsRobin Hood tights ranger boots.png: RS3 Inventory image of ranger bootsranger boots 2.9M
Elite Robin Hood hat.png: RS3 Inventory image of Elite Robin Hood hatElite Robin Hood hat Elite Robin Hood tunic.png: RS3 Inventory image of Elite Robin Hood tunicElite Robin Hood tunic Elite Robin Hood tights.png: RS3 Inventory image of Elite Robin Hood tightsElite Robin Hood tights Elite ranger boots.png: RS3 Inventory image of Elite ranger bootsElite ranger boots 62.5M
Robes Parasol Gaze Cape Aura Boots slot Total cost
Replica infinity robes icon.png Replica infinity robes Rainbow parasol.png: RS3 Inventory image of Rainbow parasolRainbow parasol Rainbow gaze token.png: RS3 Inventory image of Rainbow gaze tokenRainbow gaze token Rainbow cape.png: RS3 Inventory image of Rainbow capeRainbow cape Rainbow aura token.png: RS3 Inventory image of Rainbow aura tokenRainbow aura token Fancy boots detail.png Fancy Boots 60K loyalty points (For replica infinity robes), Complete of Stronghold of Security (miniquest) (for Fancy boots) and In total cost with everything else: 276.8M.
Head slot Warpaint Gaze Cape slot Total cost
Santa hat.png: RS3 Inventory image of Santa hatSanta hat Goebie Warpaint (Red) equipped (male).png Goebie Warpaint Divine gaze aura detail.png Divine gaze Max cape detail.png Max Cape 812M (for santa hat), complete of Call of the Ancestors (for Warpaint), 18K loyalty points (for gaze) and 2,673,000 coins for Max cape you do also need 99 in all skills.
Body slot Legs slot Boots slot Amulet slot Gloves slot Total cost
Tuxedo jacket.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tuxedo jacketTuxedo jacket Tuxedo trousers.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tuxedo trousersTuxedo trousers Tuxedo shoes.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tuxedo shoesTuxedo shoes Tuxedo cravat.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tuxedo cravatTuxedo cravat Tuxedo gloves.png: RS3 Inventory image of Tuxedo glovesTuxedo gloves Full outfit GE price is 2,724,684 coins (street price of all items is 15,7M)

This is some of the ideas from players on runescape of fashions, But you are more then welcome to use this to create one of your own. Or maybe make yourself a nice one with parts of this calculator. There is plenty of guides on youtube for fashions, some are cheap and some are more expensive.

Behave Toxic (talk) 02:51, 5 September 2019 (UTC) Yak Barro

Demon Flash Mob Calculator[edit source]

Demon Flash Mob calculator use this spreadsheet for inspiration 02:14, December 20, 2017 (UTC)

Invention part calculators: Show prices including divine charges for using auto disassemblers[edit source]

It would be a wonderful addition if all of the invention parts calculators (e.g. Calculator:Disassembly_by_material/Crafted) had another column that was cost per material including the cost of divine charges for use with auto disassemblers. PeaceBear0 (talk) 04:34, January 22, 2018 (UTC)

Grapevines/God wine[edit source]

A calculator to estimate whether it's more profitable to turn god grapes into wine and sell it as is or make super brews (calculating how much profit is made per dose for vials with 1-4 doses and for brew flasks with 6 doses). Jampolo 20:41, February 9, 2018 (UTC)

Audo disassembler calculator[edit source]

Invention calculator cost/mat/item when using auto disasemblers  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

gp/xp for Portable well potions with scroll of cleansing[edit source]

gp/xp for Portable well potions with scroll of cleansing starting from scratch (vial of water grimy herb and secondary)  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Dragonsyear (talk) on 04:34, 30 June 2018 (UTC).

A smithing calculator that also calculates high alc values[edit source]

This could actually just serve as an update to a previously existing calculator.

The only calculator showing profit/loss for smithing right now, only shows the GE value. I'd like it to also show the High alch value(or both high alch and low alch) in addition to the GE price.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Stormk (talk) on 16:04, 13 October 2018 (UTC).

Skill Pet Chance[edit source]

The math behind skill pets is available. We can already look up your level, and all the information needed is available (tick time and other multipliers). This would be beneficial as it would give hope to those of us who have level 99 in skills without the pet that sees other users that have the pet within a few million xp.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 285matt (talk) on 19:36, 7 November 2018 (UTC).

It's available already on Skilling pets, sans combat pets Ciphrius Kane (talk) 19:38, 7 November 2018 (UTC)

While it is already available, I would like to expand upon it. Using the calculator, I found I have a 0.001200% chance at getting the firemaking pet. Doing it 10000 times doesnt give me a 12% chance. But using the bernoulli process (haven't used this math in a few years), we could take the probability of not getting the pet, 99.9988%, and multiply itself by the number of attempts(.999988^10000 gives roughly .8869, or an 88.69% chance of not getting the pet after 10,000 attempts, and a 11.31% chance of getting it. While 11.31 is nearly 12, the bigger the scale, the wider the margin will be. Numbers like this may not be useful for everyone, but I believe it is worthwhile to show the realistic chance over time, rather than just showing the fraction of a percent chance you have to get it over 1 try.

I also believe the calculator can be improved, by using a lookup feature to get a players level,, and a dropdown to select the task you are doing that has the tickrate saved.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 285matt (talk) on 13:46, 19 November 2018 (UTC).

Springs needed to obtain certain cash input[edit source]

Simple calculator that you input how much you want to make, example 10m, that will tell you how many springs you need and how many items it would take to get there. Have a chart of all the items, and it lists its profit/loss Bronze dagger.png: RS3 Inventory image of Bronze daggerElven CoreRSDragon dagger.png: RS3 Inventory image of Dragon dagger 01:55, 14 January 2019 (UTC)

This has been added for all salvage items.Bronze dagger.png: RS3 Inventory image of Bronze daggerElven CoreRSDragon dagger.png: RS3 Inventory image of Dragon dagger 19:57, 5 February 2019 (UTC)

Adding gem tips to bolts profit/loss[edit source]

I suggest a calculator that shows the profit or loss of adding different gem bolt tips to bolts. It should probably also indicate the level at which each item can be made. Stormk (talk) 03:28, 18 February 2019 (UTC)

Time to make Smithing Items[edit source]

Based on the progress to complete, and possible modifiers such as Smithing cape, Lumite injectors or level, calculate the time for completion of a smithed item, and the expected xp per hour depedning on the level of heat it is kept at.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 18:31, 19 February 2019 (UTC).

Pet Chance Calculator[edit source]

Whilst there is a formula for each pet type, I think it may be a nice idea to have a working calculator to calculate the average pet chance. For example for mining, a player can input what they are mining, and their current level. They then select if they are fully afk mining, if they switch for rockertunities or if they are 4-tick mining. From that, the calculator can give an estimated drop chance for the pet.

Not everyone understands how the ticks work, or what the values should be to work it out themselves, and whilst a lot also depends on rng, it would be nice to know what an average chance is depending on what a player is doing.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 2a02:c7f:da7e:ea00:c076:a307:ee0e:3d89 (talk) on 12:28, 16 March 2019 (UTC).

It exists on Skilling pets#Drop formula, excluding combat pets as those rates are unkenned Ciphrius Kane (talk) 12:29, 16 March 2019 (UTC)

again, not everyone knows what the tick process is for the skills that require a tick value, whilst it works ok for xp, a preassigned tick value within the calculator is needed  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 2a02:c7f:da7e:ea00:c076:a307:ee0e:3d89 (talk) on 18:12, 16 March 2019 (UTC).

Farming calculator-player owned farm-feed cost[edit source]

I would like to see a project that calculates the cost of making the different kinds of mush, shows you the current cheapest feed ingredients in each category and calculates the cost of making so many mush. NaginiFay (talk) 18:32, 2 April 2019 (UTC)

Stone Spirit Mining Profit Calculator[edit source]

Very simple, a calculator that will tell you the gp/ore or gp/hour of each ore while buying stone spirits.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Camellia (talk) on 09:23, 8 July 2019 (UTC).

dungioneering xp/hr[edit source]

ok so first time doing this i hope i can get enough details in. my idea is to have a calculator that analyzes each floors possible xp bases on previous/current prestige and to be able to calculate around how many floors you will have to do based on what floor your starting on and what your highest floor available is. for instance if you have 80 dung and you want to know how much xp you will get by prestiging and starting over at 1 and going to 40. with 40 being your previous highest.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Killerzu1st (talk) on 00:25, 17 July 2019 (UTC).

Calculator:Firemaking/Incense sticks Leveling And Profit loss[edit source]

would adding a calculator that calculates how many are needed to level firemaking (and Prayer if you do the ashes route) and the profit loss of doing such be possable if so could someone either do it or give me a link to instructions on how to do such a thing making insence sticks is a nice way of leveling firemaking and prayer and i would love the ability to keep track of how many i need to reach a certian level The Real Vampired1988 (talk) 22:07, 13 September 2019 (UTC)

(remaining) quest reward[edit source]

Imagine to read out the public adventures log details on uncompleted quest and use this information to summarise the remaining reward xp a player can expect, by linking them to quest skill xp reward tables. Additional to all skills it would require a section skill choice.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 2a02:908:108a:cd60:9815:ecf8:9410:a26 (talk) on 19:29, February 27, 2020 (UTC).

Profit calculator by clan for pickpocketing priff elves[edit source]

There is a calculator for xp / hr for the different elven clans, and a moneymaking guide which is coins only. Creating a calculator with the itmes you expect to get and the GE price would let people decide which clans to target Icclebeccy (talk) 14:51, 22 March 2020 (UTC)

Archaeology collections calculator[edit source]

A calculator that allows you to input the number of times you would like to complete a certain collection and it will give you the experience gain from completing the artifacts involved in the collection and the total amount of materials needed to complete this collection. It would be very difficult to account for experience gained from gathering the materials and artifacts, so we would only show the experience gained from restoring each artifact.

Likewise, the calculator could also show the user how many times they could complete a particular collection to get input amount of experience, much like the prayer calculator showing us the amount of bones we would need from each bone type to get input experience.

I feel this would be a comprehensive calculator for Archaeology.

Dogfoger (talk) 21:10, 1 April 2020 (UTC)

A Boss Kills Simulator[edit source]

Hi, I don't know if its possible to make a calculator that simulates the drops obtained by killing a specific boss a certain number of times.

I've seen one done for clue scrolls which i've linked below. It would be nice to see something similar for bosses. Thank you.

Animal trait re-roll[edit source]

Show what traits you can roll for depending on slot and animal (i.e. second slot for Yaks). Jampolo 01:33, 18 August 2020 (UTC)

Ultimate Elder Overload Salve (from scratch) Calculator[edit source]

I know we already have the dynamic calculator that tells us what potions we need to make in order to make elder overload salves, but what I'm after is a calculator that lists ALL ingredients needed to make X elder overload salves from scratch.

So in effect, you'd be able to input the desired number of overload salves that you want to make, as well as inputting any ingredients you already have, and then the calculator would spit out a list of all ingredients needed and how many, for every potion, from scratch, that you need to make elder overload salves! Hope that makes sense. :)

Peaceful Jim (talk) 09:55, 19 August 2020 (UTC)

Max cap calculator per xp[edit source]

There's a In game calculator for max cape, but it goes for levels, not xp, witch is much more of an indication. Whude be a fun addition, thx! 21:11, 27 October 2020 (UTC)

Protean calculator[edit source]

I lack the lua know-how to write one but apparently a protean calculator (that is a calculator which tells you how much XP you have in a given number of proteans of various types) is sought after, going by to Special:SearchDigest. According to one Reddit user there used to be such calculator in an unfinished state on the wiki, but I can't locate it. 5-x Talk 22:44, 1 February 2021 (UTC)

Archaeology Screening Profit Calculator[edit source]

Screening soil can be very profitable and be split into tiers Low level Arch Outfit Master Arch Outfit

The profit will vary from each type of soil so this calc can help people who are using the luna spell identify what soil to buy and then shift for profit. this way you can display a rough range of profits i.e. if a user buys 100k of ancient vis it can then take the lowest mats price x1000 to give the min profit and the highest price mat x1000 to give a min max range, additionally you can add an average less the costs of astral runes.

Taken from the Wiki "Experience from screening is initially 1 experience per a heap of soil, and is increased at Archaeology levels 38, 71, 93 and 111, to 3, 5, 12 and 20 experience respectively. Screening takes three ticks per item equivalent to three minutes per 100 heaps of soil. Wearing the master archaeologist's outfit reduces the ticks per item by one, and the Sift Soil spell also reduces the ticks per item by one. Using both the outfit and spell will stack, making each heap of soil take one tick to screen."

parameters are as follows: soil so the types of soil and prices arch outfit no outfit arch outfit master arch outfit arch level i.w. 115 for more mats porters what type of porters are used if any mats profits so the mats they can expect and rough gp for said mats xp rates for arch luna spell if using sift soil spell runes costs mud staff astral runes (or if for some reason they are using water and earth runes) expect number of artefacts this is just me in my head have not done much more on this anyways tag me with thoughts it should not be too difficult if we fork the other calcs 11:41, 20 March 2021 (UTC)Cyphergod 20/03/2021

Chance of materials vs nothing from soil varies by archaeology level. Unless I've misunderstood something about this request, it should be impossible to calculate profit due to a missing function for how level correlates to material find chance vs nothing, which additionally seems to vary by soil type. It might be able to be done for strictly level 120 if tens of thousands of each soil type are screened to determine a rudimentary % chance, but a calculator that only functions at level 120 sounds like it wouldn't be a very useful calculator for the wiki. This might possibly belong as a Money Making Guide, but the result would still need excessive testing and have a level restriction of 120 archaeology for full profit.
MrFluffums (talk) 20:53, 24 April 2021 (UTC)

Chance of receiving a material and the chance of a certain material both vary by level, which we don't currently have a function for, though we have collected some data we need a lot more to make accurate predictions. Seers headband 2 chathead.png Elessar2 (talk) 14:14, 1 May 2021 (UTC)

Archaeology Best Collection Calculator[edit source]

Since various artifacts are used in different collections, it is sometimes hard to tell which collection returns the most xp/rewards for the artifacts on hand.

Input your list of artifacts on hand and the calculator determines:

1) what collection(s) you have all of the necessary artifacts for

2) the best collection to turn in based on your criteria of Xp, chronotes, or recurring rewards

3) the number of complete collections you can turn in based on the number of artifacts you have submitted to the calculator

Range calculator[edit source]

I was hoping to find a range calculator, so i would know how many of one particular monster i would need to kill in order to achieve a specific level(just like all gathering skills). In addition it would be nice to get an idea based on hours of play what the total money made could be. I know there is a guide to top 50 or 100 ways to get money based on particular skills, so something like that, but related to specifically the range skill and monsters. Even a range(see what i did there) of money made while killing this creature would be nice.

spirit shards to gold rs3 Calculators[edit source]

some items are above max cash stack, people r using spirit shards to buy thoes items. A spirit shards to gold rs3 Calculators would b usefull to pervent people getting scamed, cause i see alot of playes getting scamed.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Djmarshmallo (talk) on 23:55, 18 January 2022 (UTC).

Doesn't seem like a very useful calculator, since it would simply be quantity of shards multiplied by either their current GE median price or a fixed value in coins. The former can already be done via the quantity box in the infobox for spirit shards, and the latter would require them to supply both the quantity and the coin value (at which point they ought to just slap a "*" between the two and do a Google search). MrDew (talk) 12:29, 19 January 2022 (UTC)

Hit mitigation calculator[edit source]

A calc that takes into account all aspects of player damage reduction, incoming hit style (either its style, soft/hard typeless, poison, etc.), armour rating, Defence level, use of defensives and powerbursts to test total damage taken from a potential attack(s). If possible, a measurement could be added to calculate multiple hits under these effects (such as 3 10,000 hits or 2 hits of 4,000 and 7,000). Exio (talk) 05:45, 8 February 2022 (UTC)

Ability damage calculator[edit source]

I see a few that would roughly fit this description, but not any that fit it perfectly--essentially, a calculator that would return hypothetical ability damage based on weapon tier and style bonuses. Exio (talk) 18:38, 6 March 2022 (UTC)

Anachronia resources[edit source]

Calculate how long it will take to reach a custom target for resources when allocating a specific amount of workers. I.E. how long will it take to collect 150k wood if I allocate 60 workers to wood. There's a calculator for Anachronia resources, but it is geared towards gathering resources for base camp structures and doesn't leave room for custom targets; if anything, this one would be geared towards gathering 'sources for the Dream of Iaia. Jampolo 02:48, 12 July 2022 (UTC)

Budget Gear Calculator[edit source]

The table would look something like this:

Weapon | Damage | Accuracy | Cost (GE price or price to make if untradeable) | Gp per Total (Ge price/Damage + Accuracy) | Gp per Damage (GE price/Damage) | Gp per Accuracy (GE Price/Accuracy) | Augmentable? (Yes/No) | Notes |

There would be a dropdown to choose between showing tables of magic, melee, and ranged weapons. Another dropdown would then let the user choose between 1h, 2h, or offhand weapons. The notes section would list things such as if the weapon provided infinite runes or special moves. With the insane economy and prices of gear nowadays, this would be incredibly useful for anyone trying to find the best gear within their budget. A similar calculator could be made for armor.

Xp/Hour Calculator[edit source]

Simple idea, can't seem to find a quick and easy calculator for it. We know the experience per action for everything, and we know the ticks/action for everything. So it would be useful to add to existing calculators or have it as its own calculator. Example, any item production/hr. Xp x actions/hr, you could include general banking as an option or not. All the current calculators take cost into account, but not time. From there you could include time to target and what not.