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Trading Sticks in Old School Runescape


OSRS players have various ways of obtaining trading sticks: buying them at the Grand Exchange or earning them by completing the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame are two viable methods. You could also try killing Jogres or Gout tubers that drop them regularly, as these monsters often drop trading sticks as drop rates vary between drops.

Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup

Old School Runescape provides many methods of earning trading sticks, from minigames and quest completion to random events and rewards. One popular way is through the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame; this members-only activity involves cleaning up Tai Bwo Wannai village by cutting jungle bushes, repairing village fences, fighting threats off, and clearing away junk piles – completing it will earn favor for players that can then be exchanged for trading sticks.

Players wishing to participate in the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup should approach Timfraku, the Chief of Tai Bwo Wannai. He will ask players for assistance. One method would be talking with Murcaily and fixing his fence south of him; doing this will earn them trading sticks as quickly as gaining favor with Timfraku.

At Tai Bwo Wannai’s wilderness area lies another way of earning trading sticks: killing jungle spiders will net you one or two trading sticks per killed spider and is the second fastest method for making trading sticks within 10 minutes.

Finally, players can obtain trading sticks by fishing in the ponds at Tai Bwo Wannai. These ponds can be found east of the village and contain trout, bream, catfish, and more – even rarer varieties like Karambwanji can be caught for unpoisoned spear production for the Gout Tuber minigame.

These three strategies for gathering trading sticks can be precious if a player meets the participation level requirements. With enough trading sticks accumulated, a player can purchase various items and rewards at Tai Bwo Wannai Store, such as machetes, iron spears, and other goodies. They may also use trading sticks to teleport directly to Tai Bwo Wannai village instead of trekking into Karamja first – perfect for those with limited patience!

Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative

Tai Bwo Wannai’s residents aren’t too pleased about how fast the jungle grows around their run-down and neglected village, but you can help them clear away some of it by hacking back. Your efforts will earn you trading sticks as rewards – this member’s minigame provides a fantastic way to sharpen woodcutting skills as you venture deep into the forest! Plus, who knows what treasures await discovery as you go through its depths!

The first step to get you ready is purchasing machetes at Jiminua’s Jungle Store northwest of the village. Next step? Heading over to Murcaily, who will initiate the minigame by charging 100 trading sticks as admission into an area with Teak and Mahogany trees.

Once inside, you can explore three levels of the jungle: light, medium, and dense. Each group gives a different amount of favor you can trade with the villagers for additional trading sticks. Furthermore, using your machete, you may even be able to cut down a unique Gout Tuber Tree that gives an extra amount of flavor!

Cutting trees is only one activity available in a village; other activities include talking to locals for more trading sticks (dependent upon your Tai Bwo Favour rating), purchasing clothes at Gabooty’s Cooperative located near the middle of fenced-in area (also selling machetes, villager clothing and buying semi-precious gem rocks and tubers from you), as well as engaging with Gabooby on behalf of his Cooperative in trade for semi-precious gem rocks or tubers from them.

Rionasta, the local postmaster, offers an alternative service that allows you to send items without traveling back to Ardougne or Shilo Village for only ten trading sticks. Items deposited with him cannot be withdrawn, nor will he accept currency; also, only five items can be sent at once – making this option suitable for those needing to quickly store some goods before sending them off later.

Karamja Gloves

Old School Runescape gloves and bracelets provide many advantages, from helping to level specific skills to offering unique effects or making your character more special. There are various gloves and bracelets, some offering powerful offensive bonuses. In contrast, others are simply cosmetic, with OSRS offering plain leather gloves with small defensive benefits and metal ones with significant melee and ranged offensive bonuses in their glove slot.

Ferocious gloves are the ultimate melee gloves, available as rewards from Recipe for Disaster and providing defense and attack bonuses. Ideal for any melee weapon type and ideal for F2P players due to higher defense bonuses and being curse-free, they offer unparalleled melee performance.

Karamja Gloves 3, awarded as a reward for challenging achievements, can be claimed from Pirate Jackie the Fruit in Brimhaven Agility Arena. They allow access to TzHaar fight pit – an innocuous minigame where players battle other players for small amounts of experience; you may also use these gloves if lost; their replacements can easily be obtained if lost! So it is worthwhile claiming these GE rewards if possible!

Gloves and bracelets can be obtained in various locations, with most available online through high-level players’ guilds. Guild membership provides members with numerous rewards, including free membership and access to exclusive content; additionally, tips may also be used to purchase more items in-game – enabling you to get new clothes faster while increasing the experience for leveling up more quickly in the game.

Waterbirth Island

Trading stocks are an indispensable resource used in Old School Runescape’s Tai Bwo Wannai village of Tai Bwo Wannai, providing drinks, villager outfits, gem machetes, tropical gems, and gout tubers in exchange for them. Players can obtain trading sticks by participating in the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, as villagers reward players with trading sticks as rewards. They may also be purchased on Grand Exchange or traded among players.

Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative can be found within the wooden fence of Tai Bwo Wannai Village and offers a variety of items, including gem machetes, tropical gems, gout tubers, and cocktails for purchase. Villagers also offer trading sticks in exchange for a favor; the amount may diminish with your level increase, but you could earn up to 30 trading sticks daily through interaction with them and their villagers!

Gabooty’s Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative sells trading sticks at the Grand Exchange for a small cost, and these trading sticks can then be used to purchase goods at Gabooty’s Tai Bwo Wannai. Items available here include opals and other gems ranging in type and quality; cut opals are worth 30 trading sticks, while uncut ones cost 12 posts.

Waterbirth Island can be reached from Rellekka by speaking to Jarvald. It features several rock crab spawns, hobgoblins, and the Dagannoth guardian dungeon – making it an excellent place for training crafting skills or finding items. As it’s filled with dangers, however, adequate defenses must be maintained at all times to enter safely.

Reaching Waterbirth Island requires 65 Magic and 60% Arceuus favor to cast. Another way is through Lunar Isle by boat via Rionasta’s Seal of Passage; once in Rellekka, speak to Jarvald and ask him for directions; they will take you directly there!