How to set up auto-composting in Runescape3?

In Runescape3, the auto-composting feature on the Tool Leprechaun has been available since December 2005.

Even the most experienced gamers are confused by the tool leprechaun and its oddities.

Given how useful the auto-composting tool is to all gamers, here’s how to set it up properly in under a minute.

Why Use Compost? and How to Use the Auto-Composting Feature

The primary advantage of applying compost, super compost, or ultracompact to your farming areas is that it increases productivity while also protecting it from illness.

Using any of the three compost types, for example, increases the minimum crop yield from herb or allotment areas.

Regular compost is the least effective and cheapest option, whereas ultra compost is the most effective and most expensive alternative. Super compost is the most accessible and cost-effective compost for the majority of players.

Composting your patches regularly improves your quality of life. At the cost of only a few GP, the feature saves you a few seconds with each farming patch you plant.

In Runescape 3, how do you set up auto-composting?

While the process of setting up the auto-composting tool is a little confusing at first, after you figure out what the Tool Leprechaun doesn’t describe, it’s fairly straightforward.

Visit any farming place in Runescape 3 and speak with the Tool Leprechaun to set up the composting of your choosing.

Alternatively, players can right-click the Tool Leprechaun and choose “Compost” to start the appropriate conversation immediately.

The Tool Leprechaun then goes over the cost of automatically composting your patches and how many charges you have left on each of the three composts. From here, you can also modify which patches the Leprechauns use your composts on, which most players can safely ignore.

Players, on the other hand, correctly anticipate that after they have paid the amount to compost the farming areas automatically, everything is ready.

The chat ends with no explanation as to why the Tool Leprechauns refuse to compost your farming patches.

To make the auto-composting function, the Tool Leprechaun should explain the following.

The players realize they must provide the compost themselves in all of the Tool Leprechaun dialogue options. Many players assume that the fee includes the cost of the compost because of the cost and charges the Leprechaun discloses.

To make composting work, you must first load your goods into the Tool Leprechaun’s “Farming Store” menu. The Farming Store menu may be accessed using the Tool Leprechaun’s “Exchange” option, after which they can store noted or un-noted compost with the Runescape Leprechauns.

The auto-composting system is then set up and ready to go. Keep in mind that you’ll need to check in with the Tool Leprechaun regularly.

This is to guarantee you have enough compost and money to cover the cost of the composting quality of life upgrade.



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Peter Graham
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