Yew Logs OSRS Botting Guide

Another very common OSRS free to play botting method is woodcutting yew logs. This method, as all free to play botting methods, require moderate skill requirements and 7 quest points to enable free trade before you can start earning money.

Requirements

The skill levels required to cut yews are very easy to obtain. You will need 60 woodcutting and a runite hatchet to gain a decent amount of yew logs a hour.

You also need to get 7 quest points that lets your account use the grand exchange and trade other players. The free to play quests I recommend doing are;

  • Sheep Shearer
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Cooks Assistant

These quests only take a skilled player 10 minutes to complete, or a well programmed bot 8 minutes to complete.

Scripts

For this method you an use any AIO woodcutting bot that supports banking. The only serious choice you need to make is what botting client you want to use. A few good botting clients that have a low ban rate are Tribot, RSPeer, and OSBot. As always, if you employ proper botting practices and use your brain while botting you should be fine using any decent bot.

Profit

Woodcutting yew logs lets you around 50k gold per hour at level 60, this moves up to around 70k an hour when you are above 75 woodcutting. This means if you run 30 bots at once you can expect around 2.1m an hour. This at current market rates ($0.71 per mill) makes you $1.49 per hour. If you run these bots non stop for a day you should earn around $35.76 per day or $250.32 per week. In total, you can expect to earn around $600 a month running 30 yew bots 24/7 when you take ban and proxy costs into account.

Conclusion

In conclusion, botting yew logs is one of the oldest methods in the game. For this reason competition is very high and ban rates are quite high as well. As always, be sure to check the figures posted in this article before trying any of the methods as prices are always fluctuating.

Be sure to check out our guide on botting iron ore.

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