different people assign different jobs, and i am hoping a list could be made.
I have been assigned jobs of gold bars, steel war hammers, willow logs, oak logs, logs, ashes, coal, coif, gold ore (I wouldn't bother), silver ore, leather chaps. many of these items can be purchased on the grand exchange at a small price. advantage is this is very close to the lumbridge bank, and all can be completed (if all items are noted) without any additional bank/killing runs. These may not be all the jobs he assigns.
He also assigns unstrung symbols and leather cowls
prayer tutor for example wants logs, willow logs, oak logs, pizza, cake, apple pies, leather boots, leather gloves, unstrung symbols, bone burying.if you ask for an easier job on the crafting items (leather and silver items), you'll be assigned balls of wool. I found it useful to buy the items on ge at lowest price (or make pizzas yourself, chop willows yourself in draynor), bring a full inventory of noted items, your task list, 2 empty slots, and the rest bones to limit trips to lumbridge bank. You'll only be reimbursed for the low price in ge, so unless you are willing to take a loss, only buy at ge low.
fred the farmer
fred the farmer, whom i have not used much, assigns: gold ores, gold bars, bone burying, steel war hammers and more.
hans assigns: cakes and more:
I used the prayer tutor for bone burying as it is close to bank, but there are people closer to bank who i have not tested.
why hang out in varrock central square, hanging out in lumbridge sounds better. with the 25*skill lvl xp lamp (80 prayer would be 2000 xp), its a nice boost to higher lvl slow skills like runecrafting and prayer. waste prayer chopping willows in draynor on tree spirits? home tele restore prayer, do jobs, cabbage teleport back.
I got 22 meat pies assigned today, at cooking 25, but i'm not sure if that's just scaling with my high (compared to all my other levels) cooking level, or a new high for meat pieas 22.214.171.124 23:24, 8 September 2008 (UTC)
When was this update done? I find It's a fun way of training skills without letting things get monotonous, and also getting paid for it (leather goods will not sell in large numbers on the grand exchange), etc. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk).
- This update happened on September 17th, 2009. Yeah, it was a major change on a number of things, and most of the I found that Ned from Draynor Village still offers jobs. I don't know if that is a glitch or something intentional. I'm not sure if he still gives out experience lamps or not, and I'm not sure if he is the only one to offer jobs either. --Robert Horning 16:28, September 18, 2009 (UTC)
- I must say that it's too bad there aren't any more of the tutors. They aren't even acknowledged as being gone. Pretty sad. --Canifis 06:50, September 24, 2009 (UTC)
I hate that they removed Donie's jobs, I liked having little goals to train random skills, and the lamps were great for boosting experience in a skill you really hate training02:22, September 6, 2010 (UTC)