Firemaking in Old School RuneScape (OSRS) is a skill that goes beyond just setting logs ablaze. It’s about creating a source of light and warmth in the dark, mysterious world of Gielinor. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer or just starting your journey, this guide will walk you through the ins and outs of Free-to-Play (F2P) Firemaking training. From the basics to the most efficient methods, we’ve got you covered.
1. The Importance of Firemaking
Firemaking may seem like a straightforward skill, but it has its significance. In the early stages, it’s an essential skill for providing light in dark dungeons and as a source of heat during cold adventures. As you progress, Firemaking can also be profitable, allowing you to turn logs into ashes and sell them on the Grand Exchange.
2. Required Items
To train Firemaking in OSRS, you’ll need a few essential items:
- Logs: The primary resource for training Firemaking, logs come in various types and levels.
- Tinderbox: The tool used to light the logs.
Bonfires are a convenient way to train Firemaking, especially in the F2P world. Collect logs and light them all at once for increased experience. Oak logs are recommended for the best balance of cost and experience.
4. Regular Firemaking
Before you can light bonfires, you’ll need to start with regular Firemaking. Here’s how to do it: 1. Collect logs, typically starting with regular logs. 2. Right-click the logs and select ‘Light.’ 3. Repeat until you reach your desired Firemaking level.
5. Wintertodt (Members Only)
Wintertodt is a popular Firemaking training method in members’ worlds. Unfortunately, it’s not available for F2P players.