OSRS - everything you need to know about air raids

Raids play a big part in many online games. Games like Destiny, World of Warcraft and others have this gameplay feature that encourages players to team up in a long boss fight and take on other challenging tasks. Old School Runescape also includes the rallies we are talking about today. So if you're looking for OSRS gold and glory and want to take part in one or two heists, here's everything you need to know.

What are OSRS raids?

When it comes to raids into OSRS, they serve as a high-level group activity for you and your colleagues. The purpose of this is to close many meetings. At the end of these meetings, he will be an extremely difficult boss that requires a lot of cunning to defeat. However, by beating this boss you can expect a lot of rewards.

Raids are scaled to the skill level of the team you're playing with, and are also based on combat levels and skills required. This, in turn, affects the resources in the raid areas and how difficult the bosses are.

Which Raids are there in the OSRS?

There are two different raids to choose from in the OSRS. There is a Chambers of Xeric attack in which players explore a large underground cave system under Mount Quidamort. There is also the Theater of Blood in which players are tasked with surviving the vampire attack in Meiyerditch.

There are several bosses in Chamber of Xeric you will have to deal with. There are nine in all, including Great Olm as the final boss. The Great Elm is a great white blind salamander classified as a Xeric prey, so needless to say, a tough fight awaits you. Meanwhile, the Theater of Blood attack has six bosses, with Verzik Viture as the final boss, the vampire who rules Ver Sinhaza.

As for the reward system in Chamber of Xeric, you receive them based on a system known as participation points. The more points a team collects, the more likely it is to receive more unique OSRS items. This method also determines how many typical OSRS courses are awarded. For example, if a player dies during the heist, he will lose 40% of the points earned before dying. If a player still dies and the robbery ends with a small number of points down to 0, it will affect the team's overall score. The approach of the second heist involved five crates, and players can choose one.

How do I find raids?

If you are looking for raids, you can locate the activities with the brown star icon on the map. If you are looking for players to join your team, there are several resources available on the Internet to help you find players to play with. You can use clan recruiting resources on the game's official forums, as well as many other places around the Internet.

That's all you need to know to start raids. As with other games, raids are a daunting task for players to take part in, but they also offer a lot of cool rewards that make it all worthwhile.