Pest Control RuneScape

Pest Control RuneScape is a co-operative members-only combat-based minigame. Players must defend an NPC known as the Void Knight from an onslaught of monsters, while at the same time destroying the portals from which the monsters spawn. It is advisable to have some players stay at the Void Knight and some at each portal. Players board landers, which transport them to islands under invasion. To use the intermediate lander, a player must have a combat level of 70 or higher, and to use the veteran lander, a player must have a combat level of 100 or higher.

Some players attempt to recruit Pest Control RuneScape players into their clans, in the hopes that high level players will join the clan and help to win a higher percentage of games in a short amount of time. These players state the clan name to join. Although any level players can join such a clan, the clan may kick out players who are lower level than the clan wants or who do not perform well in the Pest Control RuneScape games. Other players try to get high level players to switch to a world where a clan of high level players plays Pest Control RuneScape, again in the hopes that high level players will help to win a higher percentage of games in a short amount of time. By opening the trading interface (no items need be exchanged), the advertising player can verify the trading player's combat level and, if it is high enough, will then disclose the world that the clan is playing Pest Control RuneScape on. In order to receive commendations, a player must inflict 500 points of damage before the end of the game. You can get 50 points of damage from repairing gates on any level boat. A game of Pest Control RuneScape can be played by 5 to 25 players. Multiple games may be played at once by many groups of 25 players. If the lander fills with 25 players, the game will begin automatically. Otherwise, players must wait 5 minutes for the game to begin.

Pest Control RuneScape

The landers carry a combat level requirement of 40, 70 or 100 to board. Packed worlds such as world 2 are difficult to enter, so players often avoid these worlds for activities, hence the lack of players on the lander. A lander leaves soon after it has 25 players on board. After priority level 4 has been reached, the game will simply repeat "You have been given priority level 4 over other players in joining the next game." Destroy all 4 portals before the Void Knight is killed (very commonly done). Monsters are the beasts that spawn out of portals to kill players or the Void Knight. Brawlers will never attack the Void knight. Be aware, players run by bots will usually automatically attack these lured Brawlers, and new players may need to be told not to attack. Defilers are fast, agile creatures in the Pest Control RuneScape activity. It is therefore recommended that players kill the Spinners first before attacking the portal, especially if more than one Spinner is present. Some players find amusement in exploiting the splatter's detonation. Splatters will never attack the Void knight, and if killed near it, no damage would be dealt to the Void Knight. As hordes of Shifters tend to cluster behind the Void Knight, luring a splatter to the Void Knight and killing it would cause massive damage.

A portal is not technically a monster, but it is attackable by players. Upon the destruction of a portal, the Void Knight will gain 500 life points back. Beware of spinners, as they can heal the portals, and will poison all surrounding players if the portal is destroyed before them. If a portal is destroyed then the Void Knight will receive a small amount of health. Note that the Void Knight only has a maximum of 2000 lifepoints so destroying a portal will not always heal the knight 500 lifepoints. For example, if the Void Knight has 1723 lifepoints, destroying a portal will only bring his health to 2000 lifepoints rather than 2223 lifepoints. Destroying portals is an important objective of the game. Some players specialize in attacking the portals. Some players assume attacking portals is the main is main objective. If players ignore the Void Knight and only on attacking the portals, the Void Knight could take some serious damage resulting in a loss if the NPC would die which WILL happen if left undefended. Players naturally split on tasks anyways so if the defense of the Void Knight is lacking; help out. Some players attack monsters inside the gates while others outside the gates protecting either the Void Knight or the gate itself.

Gates stop some enemies from attacking the Void Knight for however long they survive for. Winning players are rewarded with coins and commendation points, the amount of coins you receive is your combat level times 10. For example: a player with a combat level of 110 will receive 1100 coins per game won. Intermediate Boat: 3 points per game won. Veteran Boat: 4 points per game won. If a player trades in 100 points in one go, they get an extra 10% experience per point. nother form of reward a player can obtain, with commendation points, is Void Knight Equipment. The Equipment includes the following items; Three Helmets (Magic, Range and Melee), Void knight robe, Void knight top, Void knight gloves, Void knight deflector and the Void knight seal. If you board a boat while holding 500 points, a warning will be given to the player to trade the points in. If a player continues to play with 500 points, subsequent games will not award any commendation points.

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