Upgrading agility skills is a painful task in Old School RuneScape because you have to kill enemies and the experience points you get for killing enemies aren’t great for quick leveling up. Despite this, players are looking for the fastest way to 99 because agility is a useful skill. There are many ways to train the agility skill but this agility guide OSRS features fast yet profitable methods to reach the maximum level in no time.
Items for Training
Agility potions provide you with temporary agility level boosts that you can have to complete a quest effortlessly. Equip the graceful set for the energy restoration effect. Getting the graceful set is pretty hard so you can equip boots of lightness instead to lose some extra weight.
Quests for training
When it comes to training any skill in the Old School RuneScape, you need to complete quests and each quest will reward you with experience points. Below are some quests along with their experience points that you can complete to level up the agility skill.
• Recruitment Drive: 1,000 EXP
• The Depths of Despair: 1,500 EXP
• The Fremmenik Trials: 2,812 EXP
• The Underground Pass: 2,812 EXP
• Regicide: 13,750 EXP
• Dragon Slayer II: 15,000 EXP
• Mournings End Part 2: 20,000 EXP
• Monkey Madness 2: 20,000 EXP
• Song of the Elves: 20,000 EXP
Levels 1-10 – Gnome Agility
You can complete the course at the tree gnome in the stronghold northwest of ardougne to reach level 10. If you have the option, complete the Recruitment Drive, The Tourist Trap, and The Grand Tree quests in the given order to jump directly to agility level 32.
Levels 10-30 – Draynor Rooftop
For most of the agility training, you will be on the rooftops and your journey starts from the draynor rooftops. You need to go through the map 28 times to reach agility level 30. Take some food with you to regenerate health points from fall damage. The course starts from the wheat field on the north side of the map and ends at ned’s house.
Levels 30-40 Varrock Rooftop
After hitting level 30, go to the general store in Varrock city and scale all the other familiar buildings in the town. You will get more than twelve thousand experience points per hour on this agility course. There are a lot of big gaps between courses so jump accurately or take some food with you in case you lose some health.
Levels 40-50/60/70 – Canifis Rooftop
For training between level forty to level sixty, there are some other courses available in the game but this course is the best as it features marks of grace. Some jumps are difficult on this course especially if your current level is 40 so it is better to avoid them until you reach some good level.
Levels 50-60/70 – Seers’ Rooftop
As soon as you reach agility level 60, go to the seer’s village and take the agility training course as it features marks of grace along with all those experience points. The course starts from the bank of the village and ends near the church next to yew trees. You will find many other players in this course as it is relatively easier and beware of them as they can attack you if you get in their way.
Levels 70-80 – Pollnivneach Rooftop
The Pollnivneach Agility Course is optional and you don’t have to do it if you have recently completed the kandarin diary. Start the course by climbing the basket near the bar and each lap will reward you with around nine hundred experience points. If everything goes according to plan, you will end up with more than forty-five thousand experiences by spending an hour on the course.
Levels 80-90 – Relekka Rooftop
The Relekka Agility Course rewards you with around fifty-four thousand experience points per hour which is quite an upgrade from the previous agility training course. This is a relatively short course that starts at the rough wall and ends at the pile of fish. If you lost some health points during the course and don’t have food, buy some from the fish vendors.
Levels 90-99 – Ardougne Rooftop
Being at the end doesn’t mean that something is rewarding compared to others. The same goes for the Ardougne Agility Course which gives you around fifty-five to sixty thousand experience per hour based on your performance and some OSRS Gold.
Complete the ardougne diary quest to increase your chances of finding marks of grace. You can use these marks to craft a graceful set but players who already have this set can sell them in the market at a good price. Use summer pies at level 85 to start this agility training course earlier but the experience points you will receive will be less.