We've got much info at the Wiki now. But there's one thing we're really missing... we don't have alchemy (Neither high-alchemy or low-alchemy prices)! So... Could anyone help alching stuff? There can be created a list at this page with alch prices we already have. I have 45 mage at RSC, so I can add some low-alch prices myself, but help will be appreciated. Just because I don't have big amount of Nature runes myself. :)13:42, April 10, 2011 (UTC).
|Mithril battle Axe||1,014gp||676gp|
The low alch is the general store sell price I belive and the high alch is the speciality store aswel e.g selling a steel long at the sword shop is 300gp but at the general it's like 225gp or something so the high alch would be 300gp and low alch would be 225gp for example —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs)
- I'm not sure if that's the case for RSC though, there are some big differences between modern RS and classic. Nex UndiqueTalk 20:29, April 15, 2011 (UTC)
I just did a test on a Mithril battle Axe, bought one at Brian's store, try to sell it back to him and he only offered me 946gp, versus the high-alch price of 1,014gp. However, when I then took the item to the Varrock General Store and try to sell it, it was 676gp just like the low-alch price says...
I believe the high-alch price may not be accurate though as it was not done by me and I'm just trusting that source on info. If I had the magic level to high-alch it to see the real price I would, but I don't sadly. It is safe to say though that all low-alch prices are the same the general store offers if you decided to sell it to them. Heracles85 21:06, April 16, 2011 (UTC)
Forgot to mention also, the low-alch price with the general store offers only works if the general store has none in stock, if it has 50 Mithril battle axes in stock already I think it offers 0 coins for selling it, or half price if it has just a few in stock etc. Heracles85 21:16, April 16, 2011 (UTC)