Set it up. OSRS Gold enter. You can camp right in front of it. Choose the fire and it will kill all Aviansies. Now grab all the Spoils! These include bonus bars, clue scrolls Nex keys and limbs Rune legs and daggers, Law and Nature runes Dragonstones and Pure coins (up to 9,916!)
The xp amount is devstating, more than regularly killing them, more if acctually combating them. Be sure you keep the ranged bonuses up to a high level for the cannon. Although you can alch the limbs or daggers I would rather sell them. The greatest aspect is that you could stay here for a few weeks without getting bored. It's all thanks to you, Tcmp3. No copying permitted. This is my property. OK, I have changed the spelling. It is still possible to use the cannon. However, sometimes, monsters will smash it to pieces.
Why do people hate farming
A lot of RS players dislike the Farming Skill. They either learn it using tears of Guthix or use it for requirements in quests, such as Fairy Tale Pt 2. If I ask them why they dislike Farming and their responses tend to be "too boring". These claims are not true.
I find Farming to be one of the most fascinating abilities. It offers many options for training, a change in the scenery, and also allows you to communicate in a cc, while learning. It's not something you do repetitively that is done in the same place for long periods of time. Instead, you are able to take a long break between Farming runs and do whatever you like.
Slamming Farming is like saying that Slayer cost hundreds of millions. Just look at the prices for Bandos Fury, Potions, Cannonballs and more. There are many price/xp ratios available in Farming and it's easy to choose the best way for you. Personally, I don't really have any desire to gain fast XP from Farming, since there's really nothing left to get besides a skillcape, so I do runs of Pineapple and Willow trees and earn more money than what I lose.
It is possible to make some decent profit from herbs while making a little XP. Profitable herbs are those that are not able to be botted at Sorceress's Garden. Additionally, I do many other things that I can profit from farming by buying and acquiring items to sell on GE.
Unfinished Broad bolts from Sumona and Battlestaffs of Naff, Sand From Bert, Flax from Geoffrey, Sand from Bert and Pure ess (although this isn't as bad since it isn't stackable).
Additionally, you can boost your Kingdom approval by planting a Spirit Tree on Etceteria. This will allow you to fill the Dry Patch and farm the bush patch, while increasing your Kingdom approval. The XP rate for farming can't be calculated per hour, with the exception of some minigames. It depends on the time you spend playing. Although I limit myself to one tree run per day, should you choose to do it, it will add to your XP daily.
If you're not playing playing the Real Life MMORPGTM, you can log in to RS to run farms with no longer than 30 minutes. But, you'll get a RuneScape 3 Gold amount of XP in farming. You can earn an equivalent amount of XP by when you log into RS if you only do Farming. However, before Willow Trees were released, the XP rates were not very high, which might hinder new players from farming.