The completionist cape – the ultimate goal for almost all players in RuneScape. And currently, I can almost taste it.
As you can tell, the only requirement I have left is level 120 Dungeoneering and unlocking the rest of the combination potions in Prifddinas. The latter will be finished before 120 Dungeoneering, as the only recipes I have left require to be found in Dungeoneering first, then bought later on. As I’ll be spending the majority of my time at Dungeoneering, I will have many opportunities to unlock the remaining recipes and get it over with. Not to mention, there are other ways to get the recipes that require much less effort than the normal route, so it’s not a problem.
Now 120 Dungeoneering is sort of the same boat, but since it will take a long time to get to 120 from my current stat, I will have to focus the majority of my attention to actually training it.
However, let’s do some math.
I currently have 44,058,329 XP needed for 120 Dungeoneering. Dungeoneering Daily Challenges normally gives around ~155k XP at my level, and with it extended it gives around ~310k. Add ~20k more from the two floors I do for the challenge to bring that up to ~330k XP per day just doing at least two floors. Sinkholes are also an available option for me to get good XP per day, as I average ~300k per day doing my daily Sinkholes. So ~630k XP per day with only small degree of effort: Divide 44,058,329 by 630,000 and I get 69.9 days until I get 120 Dungeoneering. With that in mind, I would get my completionist cape on March at the latest.
However, just doing a bit of dailies and therefore waiting for the 120 to pop up is boring in my opinion. Therefore, I’ve decided to take it into my hands to get at least 2,000,000 XP per day, so I can cut that amount to 22 days. It’s ambitious, but I desperately want that cape for its amazing combat boosts, so it’s time for some Dungeoneering first thing!
~ Evil Lucario