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Agility Course Details

I think we should port the information about the Barbarian Outpost agility course from the agility article to here. This article needs expansion anyway. Endasil 03:51, 6 March 2007 (UTC)

OK, I've done just that. By the way, I know the numbers don't add up in the lap table, but I thought we'd give someone a chance to do the research before just copying what other guides say, so I left it for now. Endasil 04:56, 6 March 2007 (UTC)
If my caluclations are correct, the swing gives 22.5, the log 13.5, the net 8, the ledge 22, and each wall gives 14. Then there is a 46 XP bonus for doing one lap. This brings us to a total of 154. I may be wrong, can someone please doubl-check before editing? Liferunebufar(talk)Death rune 04:44, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

advanced agility course needs map

either one that matches the style of the basic course or a set of two new maps would be ideal in order to maintain a consistent look and feel within the article. User:Kytti khat/sig 00:18, 13 July 2009 (UTC)

How do you get fast lap time

I only get 45 seconds per a lap on the advanced course and that's with a seamless lap. I lap many of the other players often yet can't even get close to 37 seconds. I did an hour and got about 58k for it wish I had got 66- 72k. Dose anyone get that?

You might not be using some of the less known tricks, like running to the catapult and walking diagonally to the climb section after the wall jump. I do those, but I still average 42-43 seconds. I will add those to the wiki.

Tips and Tricks

I just added the tips and tricks section, but I'm afraid I don't know how to format the pictures very well, so if anyone can move them more towards the center of the page, I'd appreciate it. Otherwise, they still function, so I guess I'll survive. Thanks! Black Fedora 17:34, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

I'm not sure 36-37 seconds is still possible.

I've been attempting to get perfect laps for the same time, but I think the biggest thing holding me back is that the balance beam can't be jumped off as easily. I've seen videos where players hit the haystack and then smoothly cartwheel across the balance beam, almost directly into a jump off onto the roof. I'm not sure why, but no matter how well I time it, I (and everyone else there) always get stopped at the end of the beam, and have to wait a tick or two to hop off. I'd say, with that in mind, the fastest lap time is probably closer to 39-40 seconds (I was noticing 40.8 average, just timing based on the fact that I did 58 laps in 40 minutes of using Greater Surefooted, but it wasn't completely exact). I'll see about timing a single lap perfectly and we'll find out what I can come up with.

Summoning-icon Zack Buster Small obelisk (POH) 20:29, August 1, 2012 (UTC)

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