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OSRS Smithing Guide: 1-99 Training - Old School Runescape


OSRS Smithing Guide: 1-99 Training - Old School Runescape

Complete Smithing guide. Including full tutorial on how to efficiently train it from level 1 to 99

From Scratch to Level 99

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Smithing allows you to make various metal items from Ores and Bars. Bars can be smelted at Furnaces, and the Items can be Crafted at Anvils. It is the complementary skill of Mining, and picking up both of these Skills will allow you to level them up very cheaply (but it will take more time than grinding both of them separately, using the fastest methods). At high Skill levels, Smithing can be used as a solid moneymaking Skill, thanks to the high demand for high-level Metal Bars. Smelting Runite Ore is one of the most profitable activities in the entire Game. It requires 85 Smithing, and can potentially net you up to 1kk Gold/Hour.

Leveling up Mining quickly can be very expensive, and it requires high initial investment (you have to buy Ores and/or Bars on the Grand Exchange), but you can get some of your money back if you sell smelted Bars and/or created Items. This means that many Players might opt for slower, but also cheaper, and/or much more profitable leveling methods. This Guide will go over the fastest, the most efficient, the easiest, and the most profitable, alternative methods of leveling up Smithing from 1 to 99. It will also cover the prerequisites, Smithing-related Quests, and some optional Gear and Items that can make skilling process smoother.

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Before You Start

There are some preparations to be made before you begin to level up Smithing Skill. Some of these preparation steps are mandatory, while others are optional but recommended. These steps take a form of Quests and Items that improve your Skilling efficiency and generally make your Leveling process much more bearable. There are also a few things you should remember when Leveling Smithing, we will cover these as well.

Quests are a great way of getting the first few Smithing Levels under your belt. Completing them is generally much faster (and quite cheaper) than Grinding through early Smithing Levels traditionally. Quests with higher requirements (and the longer ones) can be used for getting some additional Smithing Experience or as a small leap away from the boring, repeatable grind. They might be slower, but they are also certainly more engaging than using an anvil or a furnace nonstop for a few hours.

  • Recipe for Disaster; Freeing Pirate Pete subquest (Recommended, Skill Requirements: 42 Crafting, 31 Cooking. Rewards: 1000 Smithing Experience, 1000 Fishing Experience, 1000 Crafting Experience, 1000 Cooking Experience). This is a part of the 10 part "Recipe for Disaster" Quest Chain. The above-mentioned part is worth doing, especially if you plan on completing the whole chain.
  • Heroes' Quest (Recommended, Skill Requirements: 53 Fishing, 53 Cooking, 50 Mining, 25 Herblore. Reward: 2257 Smithing Experience, Attack, Defense, Strenght, Hitpoints, Ranged, Fishing, Cooking, Woodcutting, Firemaking, Mining, Herblore Experience, access to the Heroes' Guild). This is a rather long quest with somewhat low Experience rewards, but it also grants you access to the Heroes' Guild, so it is definitely worth doing at some point.
  • The Giant Dwarf (Recommended, Skill Requirements: 14 Thieving, 16 Firemaking, 33 Magic, 12 Crafting, and optionally 20 Smithing, 20 Mining. 2500 Mining, Crafting, and Smithing Experience, 1500 Firemaking, Thieving, and Magic Experience). This might be worth doing if you are leveling up Smithing and Mining simultaneously.
  • Between a Rock... (Optional, Skill Requirements: 40 Mining, 50 Smithing, 30 Defense. Reward: 5000 Mining, Smithing, and Defense Experience, a Rune Pickaxe). This is more of a Mining Quest, but it is worth doing if you meet requirements and plan on leveling up Mining as well. It also awards you with second best Pickaxe in the game (Rune Pickaxe requires 41 Mining to use), which is a nice bonus.
  • Elemental Workshop I (Recommended, Skill Requirements: 20 Crafting, 20 Smithing, 20 Mining. Reward: 5000 Smithing Experience, 5000 Crafting Experience, access to the Elemental Workshop, ability to make Elemental Shields). Short Quest with good rewards and low requirements. It is worth completing, especially if you want to do part II as well.
  • Devious Minds (Optional, Skill Requirements: 65 Smithing, 55 Runecrafting, 50 Fletching. Reward: 6500 Smithing Experience, 5000 Runecrafting Experience, 5000 Fletching Experience). Short Quest with good Experience rewards and medium skill requirements, definitely worth doing if you need a short leap away from the grind.
  • Cabin Fever (Optional, Skill Requirements: 50 Smithing, 45 Crafting, 42 Agility, 40 Ranged. Reward: 7000 Smithing Experience, 7000 Crafting Experience, 7000 Agility Experience, access to the Mos Le'Harmless, 50% discount on the Charter Ship prices). Medium-length Quest, worth doing is want to taste the everyday life of a Pirate.
  • Elemental Workshop II (Recommended, Skill Requirements: 30 Smithing, 20 Magic. Reward: 7000 Smithing Experience, 7500 Crafting Experience, ability to create Elemental Mind Equipment, ability to use Elemental Mind Equipment). Medium length Quest with rather good Experience rewards. Completing both parts of the Elemental Workshop Chain will award you with 12500 Smithing Experience, which is nothing to sneeze at.
  • The Knight's Sword (Recommended, Skill Requirements: 15 Mining, 15 Smithing, 10 Cooking. Reward: 12725 Smithing Experience, an ability so smelt Blurite Ore into Blurite Bars, a Blurite Sword). This Quest alone is enough to get you from Level 1 Smithing to Level 29 Smithing, and you should strongly consider completing it, as it is more time efficient than standard Level Grinding (requirements for this Quest are very low, so you should consider completing it even if you don't meet some of them and will have to do some additional grind).
  • Dragon Slayer II (Optional, Skill Requirements: 68 Mining, 75 Magic, 62 Crafting, 70 Smithing, 60 Agility, 50 Construction, 50 Hitpoints, 60 Thieving. Reward: 18000 Mining Experience, 25000 Smithing Experience, 15000 Agility Experience, 15000 Thieving Experience, access to the Myths' Guild, various other rewards). Very long and very difficult Quest suited for only the most experienced and dedicated Players, but it awards a lot of Smithing experience, so we are mentioning it here just in case.
Items and Equipment

If there are any OSRS Skilling rules, this is certainly one of them: If there is an item or a piece of equipment that can make your grind easier, you should use it. Below, we present you a list of items that will make your Smithing grind a little easier.

  • Hammer, Bars, Ores - Smith's Bread and Butter. These are an absolute necessity (as you have guessed). Hammer is required for Crafting items out of Bars, Bars are needed for Crafting Items, and Ores are needed for Smelting Bars. The main portion of your expenses while leveling up Smithing will come from buying all the required materials. Trivial, but still worth mentioning.
  • Stamina Potions - Energy drinks. These are not really required, but they are very useful when traveling is involved. If you plan on Skilling with the Blast Furnace, Stamina Potions may prove to be handier than you think (considering their extremely cheap price, you should always have some of them with you).
  • Goldsmith Gauntlets - Shiny, shiny experience. These Gauntlets increase your Experience gained from smelting Gold Ore into a Gold Bar by about 2,5 times (from 22,5 to 56,2 Experience/Per Bar). They are a reward from the Family Crest Quest and can be obtained by giving Magical Steel Gauntlets and 25000 Gold Pieces to NPC Avan, located at the Kharid Mine. These are flat out required if you want to earn Experience efficiently when Smelting Gold Bars at the Blast Furnace.
  • Ice Gloves - Probably made out of asbestos. These allow you to collect Bars at the Blast Furnace without the need to use a Bucket of Water, which frees up inventory space. Using them in a combination with the Goldsmith Gauntlets will allow you to maximize your Skilling efficiency at the Blast Furnace (you will have to swap between them because you can't wear two pairs of Gloves at the same time). They can be obtained from the Ice Queen, that can be found in the White Wolf Mountain.
  • Coal Bag - double the Coal, double the Fun (efficiency). This Bag allows you to carry 27 pieces of Coal inside of it, effectively doubling the amount of Coal that you can carry, greatly increasing your Smelting efficiency. It can be bought from the Prospector Percy's Nugget Shop for 100 Golden Nuggets. Grinding the Nuggets might take some time, but it is worth it, especially if you plan on smelting Ores for profit in the future.
  • Graceful Outfit - Be Light as a Feather. This set of Weight-Reducing Gear will allow you to run for longer, by reducing your Weight and providing you with a 30% boost to Run Energy Regeneration. The whole set provides a weight reduction of 25 kilograms. It can be bought in Parts from NPC Grace. Acquiring it will require ~55 Agility (needed to collect Marks of Grace from Rooftop Agility Courses). The whole Set costs 260 Marks, and you should start by buying Cape, Boots, Gloves, and Legs, as those parts provide you with the best Cost/Weight-Reduction ratio. Getting this can be quite of a hassle on its own, but it is worth it. This set is recommended for the Blast Furnace methods.
Things to Remember
  • The Furnace closest to a Bank is located in Edgeville (alternatively, you could use Furnaces located at Falador or Port Phasmatys).
  • The Anvil closest to a Bank is located in Varrock (it is also quite close to the Grand Exchange).


The Training

For the most part, leveling up Smithing is straightforward and can be done in just a few major steps. Of course, there are some alternative, more profitable, but also slower methods - we will cover those as well.

Skill Levels 1-37 ⇒ The Smithing Quest Run
  • This is done by completing all above-mentioned Recommended Quests (Recipe for Disaster, Heroes' Quest, The Giant Dwarf, Elemental Workshop I, Elemental Workshop II, and The Knight's Sword).
  • You will gain a total of 30982 Smithing Experience which is enough to advance from Level 1 Smithing to Level 37 Smithing.
  • This is the recommended way of getting the first 36 Smithing levels, as it is a lot less time-consuming than the standard Experience Grind.

Note:  The Knight's Sword Quest alone is enough to carry you straight to the Level 29 Smithing, and you should complete it even if you do not plan on doing any other Smithing-related quests.

Bronze Bar
An alternative approach for Levels 1-30 ⇒ Smithing Bronze Items
  • Bronze Bars are created by using a Tin Ore in a combination with a Copper Ore on a Furnace.
  • If you opt for this method, you should be Smithing the highest-level Bronze Items you are able to create (Axe at Level 1, Unfinished Bolts at Level 3, Dart Tips at Level 4, Spears at Level 5, Javelin Heads at Level 6, Throwing Knives at Level 7, and so on).

Note: The above-mentioned Bronze Items are currently the most profitable to make at the respectable Skill-levels, but profits from creating them are marginal.

Steel Bar
An alternative approach for Levels 30-(85)99 ⇒ Smelting Steel Bars at the Blast Furnace + Smelting Cannonballs (from Level 35 Smithing)
  • Thanks to the halved Coal consumption at the Blast Furnace, Smelting Steel Bars there results in a ~140 Gold profit per Bar (instead of a 10 Gold loss per Bar).
  • When using Coal Bag and Ice Gloves you can make up to 4000 Steel Bars per Hour, which amounts for a ~540000 Gold profit per Hour (after subtracting all the costs).
  • This is a slow, but also very profitable alternative method.

Note: From Level 35 Smithing you can turn created Steel Bars into Cannonballs for even more profit. This is not experience-effective, however.

  • Completing the Dwarf Cannon Quest is required for smelting Cannonballs.
  • 4 Cannonballs can be created out of 1 Steel Bar, for a ~260 Gold Profit per each Smelt, and a total of ~140000 Gold per Hour over just selling Steel Bars.
Bronze Dart Iron Dart Steel Dart Mithril Dart Adamant Dart Rune Dart Dragon Dart
An alternative approach for Levels 34-99 ⇒ Smithing Dart Tips
  • Darts are used for Power-leveling the Fletching Skill, so there is always a demand for them on the Grand Exchange.
  • Smithing Darts is a slower, but less costly (or even slightly profitable) alternative for power-leveling Smithing by Smelting Gold Bars at the Blast Furnace.
  • Start at Level 34 Smithing by Smithing Steel Dart Tips (~3900 Steel Bars are required for this step).
  • At Level 54 Smithing, switch to Smithing Mithril Dart Tips (~257700 Mithril Bars are required for this step).
  • At Level 74 Smithing, switch to Smithing Adamant Dart Tips (~191000 Adamantite Bars are required to achieve Level 99 Smithing).
Iron Bar
Skill Levels 30(37)-40 ⇒  Smithing Iron Items
  • Iron Bars are created by using an Iron Ore on a Furnace.
  • Level 15 Smithing is required for Smelting Iron Bars from Iron Ores (Smelting 1 Iron Bar awards 12,5 Smithing Experience).
  • If you opt for this method, you should be Smithing the highest-level Iron Items you are able to create (Two-Handed Sword at Level 30, Plate Legs at Level 31, and Plate Body from Level 33 forward).
Gold Bar
Skill Levels 40-99 ⇒  Smelting Gold Bars at the Blast Furnace
  • This is the fastest method for Skilling Smithing to Level 99, but it is also a costly one.
  • The above-mentioned Goldsmith Gauntlets, Ice Gloves, Coal Bag, Graceful Set, and Stamina Potions are recommended for this method.
  • You can gain up to 380000 Smithing Experience per Hour by Smelting Gold Bars at the Blast Furnace (while you have all efficiency-increasing items equipped - Goldsmith Gauntlets amount for the highest portion of the Experience gains).
  • To advance from Level 40 to Level 99 Smithing, you will need to Smelt 231268 Gold Ores (if wearing Goldsmith Gauntlets).
  • Gold Bars are 290 Gold Pieces cheaper than Gold Ores, which means that you will lose 290 Gold for every Smelted Iron Bar.

Note: You will lose over 72000000 Gold if you choose this method for Skilling from Level 40 to Level 99 Smithing (if you sell all the Gold Bars).

Runite Bar
An alternative approach for Levels 85-99 ⇒ Smelting Runite Bars at the Blast Furnace
  • With the proper equipment and some skill, you should be able to Smelt about 1500-1600 Runite Bars per Hour, for a total of ~80000 Smithing Experience per Hour.
  • With this method, you can make up to 650000 Gold per Hour (which makes it a very profitable alternative for gaining those last few Smithing Levels).
  • You will need all the items mentioned in the "Before you Start" chapter for the maximum efficiency (except for the Goldsmith Gauntlets, of course).
  • High Agility Skill is recommended for this method.
  • This is a slow, but also very profitable alternative method.

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This Guide has covered the basics of Leveling up Smithing Skill and should allow you to Grind Smithing experience efficiently. Please remember that all steps featured above are just raw guidelines, and you are free to develop your Skills however you want, but nevertheless, we hope that you will find this Guide at least somewhat helpful.

Please do note that this is an early version of our guide, and we will be happy to receive constructive criticism, that will help us improve it, so leave your suggestions in the comment section below. We also plan to add further, less known Skilling methods to the list in the foreseeable future.

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OSRS Smithing Guide: 1-99 Method Fast/Profitable



Smithing is a fantastic skill to train in OSRS. It can be quite profitable, and even help you gear up yourself rather than paying for armor, weapons or ammunition in the future. It’s quite the afkable skill, though of course we will cover methods that require much more attention.

Smithing Intro

Smithing in OSRS allows you to make weapons, armor and even ammunition such as arrows and bolts. Alternately, you can use the Superheat magic spell which requires 43 magic as well as 4 Fire Runes and 1 Nature rune, this will give you both Magic and Smithing experience, this will allow you to sit at a bank or a mine conveniently. Note that this only applies to Smithing bars.

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This is a list of quests you can complete to get rewarded with Smithing Experience.

Furnace Locations

Anvil Locations

Fastest Experience

If you’re not worried about much profit, and just want to get this 99 out of the way, refer to this method. It is the quickest way to get this skill maxed out, and achieve the fastest hourly experience rates.

Levels 1-29 – Questing

The fastest way to grab these first few levels is by questing. The Knights Sword is a free-to-play quest that will grant 12,725 Smithing experience once completed. This quest is very straight to the point and can be finished very quickly. Upon completion you are instantly boosted from 1-29 Smithing, skipping many early levels.

Levels 1-30 – Bronze Items

If for some reason you cannot complete The Knights Sword to get to level 29, simply smith the best Bronze Items you’re able to at your level.

Levels 30-40 – Iron Items

For these levels, simply smith the best Iron Items you’re able to at your level.

Levels 40-99 – Gold Bars (Blast Furnace)

Smelting Gold Bars at the Blast Furnace is going to be your fastest hourly experience all the way till 99, but of course you’re going to be spending a hefty amount on this method.

This requires you to have access to Goldsmith Gauntlets, after completion of the Family Crest quest. Wearing these will increase your base experience of 22.5 to 56.2 XP per Gold Bar maximizing you to up to or around 380,000 experience per hour.

  • Official Blast Furnace Worlds: 352, 355, 358, 386 and 387 – These worlds have dwarven workers operating the Blast Furnace, and require a small payment every 10 minutes below Smithing level 60.
  •  Gold Ores Required: 231,268
  • Dwarven Worker Cost/Hr: About 72K
  • Profit loss: About 68M

The Blast Furnace is a members-only minigame that can be found in Keldagrim for Smelting bars. The Blast Furnace allows you to use half the amount of coal needed normally which can be extremely convenient. It also, in the case of gold bars, allows for much faster smelting then traditional methods.

Cross-training/Fletching – Bolts

This method will require Fletching levels, as you’re making completed bolts. Not sure how to start Fletching in OSRS? Check out our Fletching Guide!

Level 18-33 – Iron Bolts

Iron bolts (Unf) can be made from Iron bars. Iron bolts can be completed with 39 Fletching and 1 Feather each.

Level 33-53 – Steel Bolts

Steel Bolts (Unf) can be made from Steel Bars. Steel Bolts can be finished with 46 Fletching and 1 Feather each.

Level 53-73 – Mithril Bolts

Mithril Bolts (Unf) can be made from Mithril Bars. Mithril Bolts can be finished with 54 Fletching and 1 Feather each.

Level 73-99 – Adamant Bolts

Adamant Bolts (Unf) can be made from Adamant Bars. Adamant Bolts can be finished with 61 Fletching and 1 Feather each.

Alternative Method / Blast Furnace / Dart Tips / Cannonballs

If you’re trying to save a bit of cash, yet still want to mainly AFK the skill, check out the method below.

Levels 19-34 – Iron Nails

At level 19, you will make 15 iron nails from an iron bar, making about 13,500 iron nails every hour.

  • Experience per hour: 25K (Double the experience than traditionally smelting Iron Bars)
  • Iron Bars per hour: 900

Level 30-99 – Blast Furnace

At level 30, you will be able to smelt Steel Bars, the first bar that requires Coal to smelt. With the Blast Furnace, you cut your normally needed amount of coal in half, this can actually make you a profit of around 150GP per bar. Check out our in-depth Blast Furnace guide for more information.

  • Required GP per hour for Blast Furnace: 72K (An additional 2,500 GP is required to pay the Dwarven Workers if your smithing level is below 60.
  • Bars Made/Hr: 4,000 (with the help of Coal Bag and Ice Gloves)
  • Bars Made/Hr: 2,500 (with neither the Coal Bag or Ice Gloves)
  • Coal Bag: This bag is a reward purchasable from Prospector Percy’s Nugget shop for the price of 100 golden nuggets. You may only be in possession of one of these bags at a time.
  • Ice Gloves: These gloves can be obtained from killing the Ice Queen living in White Wolf Mountain. A pickaxe is required to get access to the Ice Queen, as well as 50 Mining. Prayer recommended is protect from melee.

These bars can be sold to The Grand Exchange, or made into Dart Tips or cannonballs for further profit. Both methods provided below.

Level 34-99 – Dart Tips

Make sure you check the prices of equipment needed and finished Dart Tips before doing this method if you are after profit, this method usually breaks even, though sometimes you can see a small bit of profit. You must complete The Tourist Trap quest to make Darts in OSRS.

34-54 – Steel Dart Tips

  • Experience Per Bar: 37.5
  • XP Per Hour: 37K
  • Steel Bars Needed: 3905

– You can make Steel Dart Tips by using a Steel Bar on an Anvil an selecting Steel Dart Tips.

54-74 – Mithril Dart Tips

  • Experience Per Bar: 50
  • XP Per Hour: 50K
  • Mithril Bars Needed to 99: 257,672
  • Mithril Bars Needed to 74: 18,909

74-99 – Adamant Dart Tips

  • Experience Per Bar: 62.5
  • XP Per Hour: 65K
  • Adamant Bars Needed: 191,011

Level 35-99 – Cannonballs

Cannonballs can be a decently profitable way to 99, but extremely slow experience. If you have the patience, this method is for you!

35-99 – Cannonballs

*You must complete the Dwarf Cannon quest in order to make cannonballs.

With a cannonball mold and a steel bar on a furnace, you can make cannonballs.

Each Steel Bar will give you 25.6 Smithing XP and 4 Cannonballs

  • Steel Bars Needed: 507,704
  • Bars Per Hour: 540
  • XP Per Hour: 14K
  • GP Per Hour: ~150K


Congratulations! You have achieved level 99 in Smithing. Being as this is quite a money sinker skill & extremely time consuming, this is quite a feat!

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Thurgo Skillcape

With the Smithing Skillcape equipped, your Coal Bag will be able to hold up to 36 coal. The cape also acts as a pair of Goldsmith Gauntlets. This allows for post-99 experience using the Blast Furnace to become even faster!


Old School Runescape - The Complete Smithing Guide

Smithing is a F2P skill that can be trained by both F2P and P2P methods. It allows you to convert (smelt) the various ores which are obtained through Mining to metal bars. It also allows you to create items such as armor and weapons by hammering the metal bars on any Anvil.

Converting ores to metal bars requires a Furnace which can be found in various places in the game. The success rate of making these bars is 100% except for the Iron bars which have a success rate of 50%, but by using Ring of forging, Blast furnace or the Superheat spell you can increase their success rate to 100%.

In this guide, we will be focusing on the best P2P methods to get you to level 99 Smithing as efficient as possible, in addition to some money-making methods for those who are interested since Smithing is a great skill to use for money-making. Keep in mind that you will have to spend a serious amount of money to buy ores from the Grand Exchange to get to level 99 as fast as possible.

Almost all of the methods below are Semi-AFK.

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Table of Contents

OSRS Smithing 101

Normal Furnaces

Normal Furnace, Old School Runescape

Normal Furnace, Old School Runescape

Smithing is a simple skill to understand and it’s not complicated as you might think. To make metal bars, you’ll have to obtain ores of the desired metal. Getting these ores is either by mining them yourself or buying them directly from the Grand Exchange. You can still get them by killing specific monsters or by buying them from some stores, but the most efficient way is to buy them directly from the Grand Exchange.

To use the Furnace, you will have to right-click on the ore and use it on the Furnace to choose the type and number of the related item. Usually, the best Furnace to use is the one located in Edgeville as it’s so close to a bank and doesn’t require anything to use.


Anvil, Old School Runescape

Anvil, Old School Runescape

To start creating armors, weapons, and ammunition using these metal bars, you will need to have a hammer and a place with an Anvil. Right-click the bars and use it on the Anvil then choose the type and the number (depending on the number of bars in your inventory) of the item you wanna create.

After choosing the item, the game will automatically consume the bars in your inventory depending on the chosen item.

Anvil Smithing Bronze List, Old School Runescape

Anvil Smithing Bronze List, Old School Runescape

Blast Furnace

Mine Cart to Keldagrim, Old School Runescape

Mine Cart to Keldagrim, Old School Runescape

There is also the Blast Furnace which is very good in terms of saving money and time, but it has some requirements. It is located in Keldagrim which requires starting The Giant Dwarf Quest and you can access it through the mine cart near the Grand Exchange.

You need to have level 60 in Smithing which is only a recommended level or you will have to pay 2,500 coins for every 10 minutes you spend there. The Blast Furnace also gives 100% success rate to smelting Iron bars, unlike the normal Furnaces.

The Blast Furnace needs some mechanics operations that can be done by yourself and it makes the process much slower. That’s why you will have to use it while being in one of the 15 Blast Furnace Worlds where you can pay 72K coins in a coffer for each hour spent there to get the help of the dwarves. The dwarves will take care of the machine and you will only have to deposit your ores inside it.

Blast Furnace, Old School Runescape

Blast Furnace, Old School Runescape

One of the advantages of the Blast Furnace is halving the required amount of Coal pieces to smelt a specific metal bar and thus spending less money.

Obtaining Ice gloves is also recommended to speed up the process, otherwise, you will have to fill an empty bucket with water to cool down the bars so you can pick them. To obtain these Ice gloves, you either have by completing the Heroes’ Quest or by killing the Ice Queen which is located in the caverns under the White Wolf Mountain.

Keep in mind that Ice gloves require level 50 Mining to equip.

Using the Blast Furnace is simple:

1- Bring the required ores from the nearby bank chest to your inventory.
2- Deposit the ores on the Conveyor Belt of the Furnace.
3- Use a bucket of water on the bars to cool down or just equip Ice gloves and pick the bars from the bar dispenser
4- Deposit the bars in your bank chest and repeat.

For bars requiring Coal pieces: Empty the Coal bag and use the Coal pieces on the Conveyor Belt after depositing the Primary ore ( Step 2).

Blast Furnace Trip, Old School Runescape

Blast Furnace Trip, Old School Runescape

Metal Bars

Metal Bars, Old School Runescape

Metal Bars, Old School Runescape

Each metal bar requires a certain Smithing level and different ores to be smelt which results in different Smithing XP gained. To check these numbers, see the table below.

Smithing Quests

There are many quests that you can complete to gain some Smithing XP, these can be helpful at the first few levels, but the decision is up to you.

QuestXPRequired LevelOther requirements
The Forsaken Tower50020%
Recipe for Disaster (Pirate Pete subquest)1,00031
Heroes’ Quest2,25755, 53, 53, 25, 50
The Giant Dwarf2,50014, 12, 16, 33
Between a Rock…5,00050 30, 40
Elemental Workshop I5,00020 20, 20
Devious Minds6,50065 50, 50
Cabin Fever7,00050 42, 45, 40
Elemental Workshop II7,50030 20, 20
The Knight’s Sword12,72510
Song of the Elves20,00070 70, 70, 70, 70, 70, 70, 70
Dragon Slayer II25,00070 200, 75, 68, 62, 60, 60, 50, 50

Useful Smithing Gear & Items

The following items are useful and some of them are recommended to achieve the maximum Smithing XP gained per hour.

Ice gloves

Ice gloves are very recommended when using the Blast Furnace to speed up the whole process, it can be obtained by killing the Ice Queen in the caverns under the White Wolf Mountain even without Completing the Heroe’s Quest.

Using Ice gloves requires level 50 Mining.

Ring of forging

It gives 100% success rate to smelting Iron bars, but it’s only useful if you are using a normal Furnace since the Blast Furnace provides a success rate of 100% for every metal bar. The ring has 140 charges and it will crumble to dust after smelting 140 Iron bars.

Goldsmith gauntlets

A very recommended item to obtain if you are smelting Gold bars in the Blast Furnace. These gauntlets give you more than DOUBLE (2.5 times more) the


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Now I'm going to inject the soap solution. If you feel a bursting pressure, squeeze your anus around the tip. As the solution is injected, the sensation is strangely erotic.

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