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    Guide to 99 Agility

    Welcome to Zehro’s guide to 99 Agility.
    This guide was written solely by Zehro of Habboxforum aka Ohirian on Runescape.
    You might find that this guide is not the fastest, but it is the easiest.

    Items Needed

    Agility Potions.
    Boot’s of Lightness (Temple of Ikov).
    Super Energy Potions.
    Around 3,000 Gold Pieces.
    Games Necklace.
    Lots of Cakes.
    Monkey Greegree.
    Knife.
    Antipoison.
    Lobsters.
    Spotted Cape (40 Hunter) or Spottier Cape (66 Hunter).
    Teleports to Catherby, Ardounge, Ape Atoll (To quicken up Travelling).


    Levels 1-35 – 22,406 Experience

    As you start Agility, there is only one way to train it, the Gnome Stronghold Agility Course.
    The Gnome Stronghold Agility Course is a safe Agility course; you will not lose any Hit points.

    If you are coming North from Ardounge, you want to follow the yellow route,
    whereas if you are coming south from Seers, take the red route.





    If you are walking from Seers, make sure you run when you are near to the Bridge, as you will encounter Moss Giants.


    When you complete this course, 45 experience will be added on, for a total of 86.5 experience.

    Required for 22,406 Experience: Gnome Course: 260


    Levels 35-40 – 14,818 Experience

    From level 35, I suggest you go to the Barbarian Outpost Agility Course.
    Before you are allowed in, you must complete the Alfred Grimhand Barcrawl.

    To get to the course, you can follow a number of ways.
    If you are using the games necklace to the Barbarian outpost, follow the blue route.
    If you are coming from Seers, follow the red route.
    Users who have done Lunar Diplomacy can teleport to the Assault course of they are using the Lunar spell book.




    At this Agility course, you can fail on certain obstacles, and therefore you should bring a number of cakes,
    one Agility potion and one super restore potion.

    Note: The Obstacle Pipe is the entrance, not part of the actual course.

    When you complete this course, 46.2 experience will be added on, for a total of 153.2 experience.

    Required for 14,818 Experience: Barbarian Assault Course: 97 Times


    Levels 40-52 – 86,436 Experience

    From level 40, I suggest you go to the Birmhaven Agility Arena. You can fail on every obstacle here, so bring lots of cakes or if you want to, bring some lobsters.
    Also, bring two Super restore potions, 500 Gold coins and one Agility potion.
    Leave all you’re weapons and armour, but bring you’re spotted or spottier cape and you’re boots of lightness.

    To get to the Agility Arena, follow the Red route.






    From Catherby, charter a ship to Birmhaven, using some of the gold you have.


    Note: You can charter from other locations, however Catherby is the easiest as you can teleport to Camelot, and Catherby is just a short walk South.




    Then, follow the route to the Birmhaven Agility Arena entrance.
    Talk to ‘Cap'n Izzy No- Beard’ and pay him 200 coins, you will be allowed to enter the Arena.
    The object of the Arena is to follow the red blinking arrow on the map to each ticket dispenser.
    You will have 30-60 seconds before the arrow moves dispensers. If you get there in time, click on the dispenser and you will get 1 Agility ticket.



    To claim you’re rewards, exit the arena and talk to ‘Pirate Jackie the Fruit’, who is on the right side of the hut’.

    1 Ticket: 240 Agility Experience
    10 Tickets: 2,480 Agility Experience
    25 Tickets: 6,500 Agility Experience
    100 Tickets: 28,000 Agility Experience
    1000 Tickets: 320,000 Agility Experience
    Toadflax: 3 Tickets
    Snapdragon: 10 Tickets
    Pirates Hook: 800 Tickets


    Levels 52-70 – 613,967 Experience

    At level 52, you start on the Wilderness course. Start at bounty Hunter, taking out Cape, Boot’s of lightness, lobsters or sharks, agility potions and super energy potions.
    Hitpoints can be lost here.
    Also take a lightweight weapon. Although Pking has been removed from the game, watch out for high-level revenants.
    To get to the course from Bounty Hunter, follow the Red Route.



    When you complete this course, 498.9 experience will be added on, for a total of 571.4 experience.

    Required for 613,967 Experience: Wilderness Course: 1075 Times


    Levels 70-99 – 12,296,804 Experience

    I would only recommend this course if you have finished Monkey Madness.
    If not, complete it or carry on at the Wilderness course.

    You will need a Ninja Monkey Greegree, a Knife, Super restore potion, Agility restore potion, an anti-poison, teleportation runes and Lobsters or Sharks.
    As long as you have your Greegree on, you won’t be attacked.
    At level 75, you can't fail this course.

    To get to the Agility course, follow the red route.



    To start the course, cross the bridge, south of the city and follow the river.

    Note: All Obstacles can be failed here.

    You can lose between 2-7 Hit points per Obstacle failed, and therefore you should bring a near full inventory of food.

    Note: When you have run out of food, you can cut open Pineapples with your knife.

    When you complete this course, 0 experience will be added on, for a total of 580 experience.

    Required for 12,296,804 Experience: Ape Atoll Course: 21,202 Times



    Congratulations, when you see this come up, all the days of non-stop skilling will be worth it, 99 Agility.

    After, purchase your cape from ‘Cap'n Izzy No-Beard’ and show it off to all your friends.
    Last edited by Zehro; 04-09-2008 at 08:19 PM.

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    Very nice with pictures.
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    Thank's, when I can get the tables to work, the exp for each item will be added.

    Also a quests for experience will be added, stating which agility level you need to start the quest.
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    Maybe make the text colorful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Why2u View Post
    Maybe make the text colorful.
    Add color to the titles and stuff.
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    I'll talk to a moderator later, when I've got everything sorted.

    Hopefully the informations good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
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    You've wrote a guide to a skill to 99 when you don't even have that skill on the highscores?

    Why bother writing a guide for something you have no experiance in?

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