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OSRS Agility Guide

by Amaan Talbot

Agility is a members-only skill that gives access to various benefits throughout RuneScape. Having high agility gives you a higher rate of energy restoration. The difference is not that much from one level to another; however, things start to make sense once you get to higher levels.

At level 1 agility, the time it takes to restore 1% energy is 7.5 seconds which goes down to 2.5 seconds at level 99. This difference changes the whole experience of the game when completing quests and training other skills. In addition to faster energy restoration, you also get other benefits like access to various shortcuts all over the game world and the ability to attain the Graceful Outfit.


Agility training requires a lot of focus and point clicking. It is always recommended to keep the following in mind while training agility.

  • Equip yourself with many stamina potions as running maximizes the experience rates.
  • You should also bring along some food if you are low on Hit Points.
  • You should keep your weight as low as possible since a higher weight will drain you more quickly.
  • Experience rates are maximum when you exclusively train agility, and training multiple skills significantly slows down the already laborious task. It is therefore recommended that after completing an obstacle, click immediately to start moving to the next block and only then train other skills.

Method 1

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The only practical option to train agility from level 1 to 10 is via The Gnome Stronghold Agility Course.


The fastest way to go from level 10 to level 20 is via the Draynor Village Rooftop Course. Learn more at chicksgold.com.


If you have access to stamina potions, Al Kharid Rooftop Course is the quickest way to get to level 25.


If you have completed the Creature of Fenkenstrain quest and have access to the ring of Charos, then Werewolf Skullball is the fastest way to get from level 25 to level 48.


If you have completed chapter 2 of Monkey Madness I, the Ape atoll Agility Course is one of the best ways to go from level 48 to 52.


The quickest way beyond level 52 is the Hallowed Sepulchre. This method is a bit more complex than other methods, but it is too profitable not to give it a shot.

Remember that you must have completed the Sins of the Father quest to access this course.

Method 2

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The pain of completing the low yield earlier levels can be mitigated by completing quests that reward agility experience. Completing the following levels will get you 19,700 experience points, enough to take you from Level 1 to level 33.

  • The Tourist Trap
  • Recruitment Drive
  • The Depths of Despair
  • The Grand Tree

Keep in mind that while these are all low requirement quests and reasonably efficient to complete, all of them involve some combat, and it is advised to attempt them only when you feel confident enough.


Barbarian fishing grants a small amount of Passive agility. Once you have completed the above mentioned quests, advancing from level 58 to 84 fishing will take level 33 agility to balance 60 agility. If you keep training fishing to level 99, your agility level at the end will be 74.


You can access the Seers’ Village Rooftop Course or the Werewolf Agility Course to get to level 99.

Method 3


Wilderness Agility Course is one of the fastest and most profitable courses below level 60. However, keeping some food and stamina potions with you is a good idea, as this course features player killers.


You can access the Seers’ Village Rooftop Course and the Werewolf agility course after level 60.


Pollnivneach Rooftop Course is a good choice for players who wish to score grace marks and cannot complete the tasks in the Kandarin Diary.


Rellekka Rooftop is only superior to the Seers’ Village Rooftop Course if you are interested in the Graceful outfit. It is an excellent idea to boost your agility level with summer pies, as this course’s fail rate is relatively high.


This course has the benefit of having the highest spawn rate of grace marks, especially if you have completed the Ardougne Diary. You can expect to make around 23 marks of grace per hour at maximum experience rates.

That is how to reach level 99 Agility in Old School RuneScape.

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