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Crafting nature runes through the Abyss
Profit Nature Altar inside
1,434,300 per hour
Skill requirements

91 Runecrafting-icon recommended (44 Runecrafting-icon required)
21 Mining-icon (70+ Mining-icon recommended to mine through the rocks - optional)
70+ Hitpoints-icon and Agility-icon(optional)

Item requirements

Small through giant Runecrafting pouches
Multiple Amulets of glory (≥27 recommended)
Ring of dueling (optional)
Mithril pickaxe(s)
Protective gear mixed with weight-reducing clothing

Quest requirements Inputs

Enter the Abyss
Heroes' Quest (highly recommended for charging glorys)

2,700 x Pure essence (24,300)
4 x Stamina potion (4) (31,304)
5.5 x Taverley teleport (3,459.5 + scrolls of redirection)
10 x Monkfish (for healing, 4,610)
10 x Abyssal bracelet (5) (optional to prevent skulling, 23,290)

Other requirements Outputs

6,000 Nature rune (1,524,000)

Location Experience gained

27,000 Runecrafting-icon experience

Abyss Routes

Fastest routes to the Abyss.

Inner ring of the Abyss

The inner ring of the Abyss.

At average speed, one can do about 50 trips to the nature altar via the Abyss per hour, using the amulet of glory to teleport back to Edgeville, and using an equipped pickaxe to mine through the rocks in the Abyss. You need to recharge your pouches every nine trips, at the Dark mage, to prevent the giant pouch from degrading.

Using the small through giant Runecrafting pouches, you can hold up to 54 essence per trip, resulting in a profit of 26,946 coins per trip (ignoring other expenses). This assumes at least level 91 Runecrafting – without making two nature runes per essence, this is not as good a money making method.

The Mage of Zamorak is located low-level Wilderness, near the source of the River Lum. This is a fairly safe area, but there might be player killers, so it is advised not to take expensive items on the trips to the Abyss. The best setup would be cheap but protective gear (e.g. dragonhides). Use of weight-reducing clothing and abyssal bracelets is also recommended. Falador shield can be useful to negate the loss when killed by a player, as it can recharge prayer instantly (once or twice per day) which can be used to activate Protect Item. Inside the Abyss, the creatures there will be aggressive and might do fair amounts of damage. See Abyss#Inside the Abyss for more information on how to navigate the Abyss. Once inside, enter the nature rift and craft the essence in your inventory and your pouches. Teleport back to Edgeville with an amulet of glory and repeat.

A ring of dueling is optional, but it helps in case players forget to swap out an exhausted glory for a charged one. If all the glory teleport charges run out, however, teleport to Taverley or Burthorpe with a tab or games necklace, and recharge the amulets in the Fountain of Heroes. A Charge dragonstone jewellery scroll can be used as a much quicker alternative.

Assuming all pure essence is bought on the Grand Exchange for 9 coins each, you can make approximately 1,347,300 coins per hour using this method (ignoring other expenses).

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