2 2 1 Runescape bonus points can be earned by completing the various bonus activities and completing quests.
These bonus points are split into two categories: XP and Runescape gold.
You can use the xp and gold from completing the daily activities, and you can spend them to upgrade your characters.
You cannot spend XP and gold directly from the game’s in-game store, however.
This section will explain the difference between the two.
XP The amount of XP you receive for completing the game daily.
The amount that you earn for completing quests is equal to the total number of XP points you have.
The higher the XP value, the better.
For example, if you have 8,000 XP points, you will earn 8,500 XP for completing a daily quest.
If you have 10,000XP, you’ll earn 10,500XP for completing daily quests.
You earn XP for each level up, which can be used to buy a new item, a new quest, or even an additional character.
If the game runs out of XP, it will tell you so by displaying a message.
Runescape Bonus XP If you are playing as a character from the previous game, you receive XP for reaching level 60 or higher in the game.
If your character was level 50 or above, you also receive XP.
The difference is that XP from running out of experience is no longer awarded.
Instead, your XP gains from completing daily activities and quests are added to your character’s XP.
XP earned from daily activities increases by an amount equal to your level, which increases by one for every five levels.
The more levels you progress, the more XP you can receive.
You do not need to be level 60 to receive XP, and XP from completing quests does not increase your character level.
The same applies to upgrading your characters from level 50 to 60.
Runescount bonus xp The amount earned by running a quest.
XP is also earned for completing certain quests that require you to have a specific item, such as completing the “Gem Store” quest.
You will earn the XP from these quests for completing those quests, as well as any other quests that you choose.
This amount is not increased by the level of your character.
For instance, if your character has level 40, you do not receive any XP for running the Gem Store quest.
These XP gains are also used to purchase items, such to a player’s new character.
You also do not have to be at the current level to receive the XP.
For more details on these bonuses, see XP and XP for Runescape.
Runscount gold The amount gained by running various daily activities.
Gold earned from running daily activities is equal the total amount of Runescamp XP that you have at the time you earn gold.
Runecount gold can be purchased from the in-games store, but it does not award XP.
Runepoint gold earned from completing a particular quest can also be bought from the store.
The XP gained from completing these quests does increase your XP level.
Runestepoint Gold earned is the amount of gold earned that you will get when you run a daily activity for the day.
You get the gold from the daily activity if you are level 50, or above.
XP and runescount gold are the same, but runescamp gold is a bit more rare.
Runegold gold earned is gold earned by defeating bosses and defeating bosses with the highest level, and runscape gold earned for defeating bosses.
These gold can also purchased from in-stores.
The gold earned during a runegold quest is the same as that earned for the daily quests, but you will not receive the Runescaul gold from a runescold quest.
Runeworth gold earned while participating in an event or mission is the XP earned while running the mission.
The total amount earned during the runeworth quest is equal both XP and Gold.
This gold is not added to the XP that the player gets for completing each of the daily missions, but instead, is divided equally between the player and Runescounty.
Runefount gold earned will not be added to XP earned when you complete a runeword.
Runework gold earned does not add XP to the player’s XP, but rather, it is divided evenly among the players.
This can be helpful for when you are farming XP from farming.
You could potentially spend gold from runework gold to purchase a new piece of equipment, but this could be considered a waste of gold.
The Runeworth gold is added to any XP earned, and this gold is used to upgrade a character.
XP from runeworths quests is added automatically to the character’s level.
XP gained during a Runeword quest is not applied to XP from the Runework Gold.
XP received from running runework is not affected by the Runewors gold and cannot be spent to upgrade or purchase an