Killing creatures is one of the most popular methods used to make money in RuneScape. This skill is also part of the members, Slayer, where you kill creatures for profit. Players who train and make money from the Slayer skill are simply called Slayers. While raising Slayer levels, you can make a profit. Also in non-member worlds, the style of killing even the most basic creatures can have profits. For example, beginners at combat in RuneScape can kill chickens or cows.
Cow hides can be sold to Crafters who use to level the crafting skill, and sell their armor designed for the Rangers. Slayer monsters such as jellies, Nechryaels, abyssal and Demons drop items for people to take advantage of runescape gold in the game. The following table includes the best monsters to fight for profits. Cooking is a difficult skill to make money, mainly because raw foods generally sell for higher prices than cooked foods.
An element that would cook most foods are the kitchen Gauntlets of the Quest family crest, you are given a boost at the invisible to help prevent combustion seafood. Another method is to make wild pies. These pies are very cheap to make, but are quite profitable once you sell them. You are usually around 800 gp each pie. Their materials can be easily obtained. The table below shows what items you need and where to get them. Besides Metallurgy, The craft is the only other skill that players can use to make a variety of armor with.
On armor available to be made (leather, snakeskin, and dragon), the dragon gives the most profit. Out of the dragon, you can do three things: Vambraces, the Chaps, and a body. It can be sold as a set (all three items), or individually. Usually, the body sells more than armbands or Chaps and buy runescape gold. One of the only ways to make money with this skill is to fish and cook your fish and sell them. The feathers of chickens can be sold for 5-15gp each, to Fletchers and fishermen.
To Battlestaffs, you must first level a minimum of 54 crafts. You are able to buy battle staffs from Baba Yaga on Lunar Isle, and Zaff, staff in the shop in Varrock. For more information on creating battle staffs, see Making Guide Battlestaffs. Buy black Dragonhides the Grand Exchange (currently they sell for 3500 gp). Then go to Al Kharid and tan the skins (20gp each) at the tannery. You can then sell the tanned on the Grand Exchange for 400gp a profit of 300 per skin.