Divine potions are the relatively new potions added with the elf city! These potions increase your stats tremendously at the cost of health and a higher cost. These are worth using wherever you were using regular potions before, as they don't cost much more.
The divine magic potion can be beneficial in skilling perhaps especially for ironmen because then you can use higher level spells like plank make much earlier without having to re-pot
Holy cow man, you have a video on everything! I love it!
Thanks for the no frills video, got the info I was looking for. Liked and subbed.
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Recently found your channel; want to just say that I appreciate the content as it's very informative and concise. Thank you for making them! :D
Video idea: The cost effectiveness of spending millions of gp to get a skills level up now, to eventually profit long term.
Example. Someone levels their prayer from 77 to 99. How many prayer/super restores would they need to consume, getting extra prayer points from the 22 level increase; to break even on the cost of getting their prayer to 99. Something like that.
Okay but what is the difference between divine ranging potion and a regular ranging potion? They both boost my stats to +11 if I am between 71-79 ranged. What are the benefits? You haven't addressed that in the video.
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Recently found your channel and I love it! I was wondering if you would think about making a blowpipe version of your vorkath guide and if you could explain whether or not it is worth it to use divine potions at vorkath.
My buddy thinks diving ranging potions aren't worth it because each dose is so cheap. For example, Vorkath. He says just bring a 4 does regular range pot and sip a dose before each kill. Thoughts?
One thing to consider is that you put one of the downsides of the divine pots as it needs to be repotted if you brew down. But this is also how normal pots work, so it makes more sense for it to be a downside for either both of them or neither of them.