A database of Old School Runescape (OSRS) items in JSON format available via a JSON API or used in a Python package. This project provides access to metadata about every OSRS item in the game! Receive data about items including name, alch values, examine text, and combat bonuses.
Are you a treasure hunter? Trouble managing your rewards from clue scrolls? This tool provides an online, graphical platform for keeping track of your unique treasure trail items.
Ever wanted to know where Jad will spawn? Having problems with getting that fire cape? Don't know the spawns and what to pray? This tool will help! The Fight Caves spawn predictor will map the entire fight caves mob rotation - when and where each and every mob spawn.
Do you want to know the ID number of a specific item? Would you like to keyword search a complete and up-to-date database of OSRS items? This tool provides access to an online database of OSRS items to identify the name or ID number of specific items.
This post presents an analysis of damage taken at Wintertodt at varying Hitpoints and Firemaking levels. After starting an Ultimate Ironman account I wanted to kn...Continue Reading »
This post covers how to setup RuneLite to run multiple accounts without the need to type in your username over and over again, and to also keep RuneLite configura...Continue Reading »
Love it or hate it - the Old School RuneScape (OSRS) subreddit in the life of the party! Since the OSRS release, the /r/2007scape subreddit has been the dominant ...Continue Reading »
This post discusses and provides code examples of how to author a simple RuneLite plugin with an overlay. This post is part of a series about writing RuneLite plu...Continue Reading »
A few days ago I wrote a post about Extracting and Converting OSRS Models. The post went into detail including the background research, overview of a new tool I h...Continue Reading »
This post discusses and outlines how to extract 3D models from the OSRS cache, then convert the extracted models to a different file format to allow you to open t...Continue Reading »
This post discusses the development process of a strange RuneLite plugin I authored to scrape players! Say what?! Simply put, the plugin scans a specific player a...Continue Reading »
This post discusses an analysis of the equipment of 20,000 Old School RuneScape players who were bank standing at the Grand Exchange. If you are interested in the...Continue Reading »
This post outlines instructions for building (compiling) the open source OpenRS project that has the functionality to parse the OSRS cache. Bundled with the proje...Continue Reading »
This post discusses a collection of new tools that I recently wrote and released on OSRSBox (website and GitHub). The OSRS Item Search tool is a web-based applica...Continue Reading »
This post discusses and provides code examples of how to author configuration menus for RuneLite plugins. This post is part of a series about writing RuneLite plu...Continue Reading »
NOTICE!!! PLEASE READ!!! It has been over 3 years since I originally wrote this guide. It is out-of-date. Check the RuneLite Wiki for more up-to-date instructio...Continue Reading »