I think the speed of obtaining logs should be cleared up a little. I thought I'd better... say before changing it.
"They are faster to cut than Maples but slower than Yews."
Maples are faster than yews anyway... so I beleive it should be "They are faster to cut than Maples but slower than Willows." But they might not be faster than willows, so anyone who knows could confirm this? - Gaz Lloyd 20:08, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
- It should actually be: "They are faster to cut than Yews but slower than Maples." Golduin 06:43, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
Eucalyptus logs are quite slow to be honest, when I was doing As a First Resort... , It took rather long to get each log. They definitly aren't worth training on. I suggest willows if you are going for 99 and for cash I suggest yews starting at 70 wc. MonsterMan RS Name theskk 2 22:08, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
(Kivandien...) This does not clear up the speed issue at all. We are all guessing. I found the xp quite fast, almost similar to willows, experientially. Also, I did get a birds nest so I will fix the page.
- @MonsterMan: Perhaps when giving advice to people on what to train on for a particular skill only give advice for those skills which you are good at (you are level 72). At level 97 woodcutting going for 99 I find these trees very good exp with a nice cash reward for my troubles and have had dozens and dozens of nests. One of the main benefits for not using yews is because there are always so many people cutting them so you have a constant battle for logs. At oo'glog you might find yourself the only person chopping there for hours and never need to wait for trees to respawn. Coupled with full lumberjack and a beaver to your side the exp you get is great. The logs are also good money and I sold a few thousand only yesterday for about 390 each. You gotta find the happy median of profit to exp, if you only wanted profit on your way to 99 woodcutting then youd be cutting magic logs and if you just wanted fast exp then youd be on willows. Trees like yews and eucalyptus are nice because they are good exp and money but in my experience of woodcutting (of which I have 10,600,250 exp more than you, more than your total exp) I find eucalyptus better. Feel free to carry on chopping yews though, means I can get loads of eucalyptus trees all to myself. Sorry to sound harsh but if you arent qualified to give training advice, then don't give it. I mean no personal offence. -- Mercifull (Talk) 14:34, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
Any number entered into the exp calculator returns NaN, which is rather unhelpful