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RuneScape Money-Making Guide: Fishing Trawler

Are you tired of people calling you a noob in RuneScape? Have you always dreamed of having that santa hat to match with your santa suit? Are you tired of being the only one in your clan without a godsword? Do you want people to stop calling you a “noob” when you walk around? Well, you can make over 500k per hour playing fishing trawler, a fun and easy way to make money! You don’t need any skills other than fishing, so fishing trawler is a great way to make fast and easy combat away from the keyboard most of the time.
Here’s what you need:

• 81+ fishing highly recommended

• 100+ swamp tar (can be bought from Port Khazard general store)

• 2-10 bailing buckets (can be bought from Port Khazard general store)

• ropes (can be bought from Port Khazard general store)

What’s so good about this method?

With a high fishing level, players can get a great haul of manta rays and sea turtles through fishing trawler, the only way to obtain these fish. If a team’s trawler manages to survive for 10 minutes, each haul can bring in as much as 100k, for over 500k per hour. Fishing trawler is a relaxing way to make money; you can be AFK most of the time.

Where do I go?

The Fishing Trawler minigame is located at Port Khazard. Fairy ring D-J-P brings you to the Tower of life, which is extremely close to Port Khazard. Upon getting there, buy the required materials for the minigame, and wait on the fishing trawler for the next game to start. Be sure to play on the official fishing trawler world so there are enough people to maintain the ship so it does not sink. If your ship is unfortunate enough to sink, you will be deposited on the coast near the tower of life. Follow the coast south to return back to Port Khazard.

Useful tips:

There is no need to work other than to keep your activity bar up if you are playing on the official world with other people maintaining the ship. Try to bail as much as possible to save swamp paste and rope. Don’t try to fix the net with rope every time it is ripped, as someone will usually beat you to it. After the game, you have 30 seconds to inspect the net, drag your haul into your bank deposit box, and reload on supplies. This is why I recommend you buy 500+ swamp paste to start off so you do not miss a game.

I hope this guide has been useful; good luck and have fun with your newfound wealth!

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games

The Sega Dreamcast seemingly came and left the console world in the middle of the night like the ninja of video game consoles. Dreamcast fans were disappointed that its life was so brief but that brevity is what makes some Dreamcast games a collector’s item today. These are 10 Sega Dreamcast games that might be worth a pretty penny or two if you should decide to sell your games.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Cannon Spike
When Cannon Spike was released it was pretty clear that the Sega Dreamcast’s time was coming to an end so Cannon Spike did not get much promotion. Cannon Spike is an overhead shooter and has cameos from Capcom stars from games like Mega Man and Street Fighter.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 isn’t as uncommon as some of the other Sega Dreamcast games on the list but it will sell for a lot because of its popularity. The Sega Dreamcast version is also not as common as the PS2 version.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Project Justice
Project Justice was the sequel of a fighting game called Rival Schools. The fighting series pits students from rival schools against each other. Project Justice was not released until after the Sega Dreamcast had been discontinued.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Ikaruga
Ikaruga is a popular Japanese shoot em up. Many collectors actually predicted ahead of time that Ikaruga would be a collector’s item so they hoarded every copy and kept several copies unsealed. Since so many copies remained in good condition it actually prevented Ikaruga from being worth as much as expected.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Under Defeat
Under Defeat was one of the most popular shoot em ups on the Sega Dreamcast. At one time Under Defeat was known as the last Dreamcast game ever but there eventually would be a few others that would take away the title.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: SegaGaGa Box Set
Segagaga is a roleplaying game that parodies the Sega Dreamcast’s actual fate. The player is recruited by Sega to try and overcome the larger console companies. Segagagag was rare because it was not available in stores and could only be bought on Sega’s online store.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Space Channel 5 Part 2 LE
Space Channel 5 is a series of music video games. In the Space Channel games the player must copy the computer’s dance steps. This is done with a regular controller and not with other equipment like Dance Dance Revolution or Rock Band. The limited edition version of Space Channel Part 2 was released in Japan and came with a carrying case and head phones.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Border Down LE
Border Down LE is a rare game because it was produced after the Sega Dreamcast was “dead”. There were 5,000 copies of the Border Down limited edition.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Border Down
The regular version of Border Down also had an initial production of 5,000 copies but isn’t worth quite as much as the limited edition because it has since been reprinted.

10 Most Valuable Sega Dreamcast Games: Bangai-O: Prize Edition
There were only five copies produced of Bangai-O: Prize Edition. The five copies were given out as prizes at a tournament in Japan. One copy of Bangai-O: Prize Edition was sold for $500 but collectors say it would sell for $1000 today.