OSRS Agility Guide, Fastest 1-99

04.04.2024 - 15:47:00
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OSRS Agility Guide, Fastest 1-99

There are over 20 skills to master in Old School Runescape and each of them carries its own weight when it comes to your adventures in Gielinor. Although they're all important to invest time in, there's no doubt that some skills give you access to more and better rewards on your adventure. Of them all, one of the most important in our opinion is Agility.

What is Agility and why does it matter? This OSRS agility guide will help you understand why it's a must to keep your character agile on its feet at all times.

Note: OSRS received a major content update last March 20. This updated guide features all of the changes made to Agility training and more.

Why You Should Train Agility In Old School Runescape?

Agility is a skill that's accessed only by members of OSRS. It's one of eight members-only skills but it's also undoubtedly one of the most important ones as well. This gives you the ability to access various shortcuts around Gielinor. Aside from that, Agility also affects run energy restoration and access to certain outfits in the game.

Improving agility includes taking shortcuts. In most cases, however, you’ll need to do agility training to level up this skill.

What Are OSRS Shortcuts?

Of these, the most important of course, is the access to shortcuts. There isn't always a guaranteed reward at the end of shortcuts. However, they save you a lot of valuable time when you go through them. There are a ton of shortcuts scattered throughout the game. If you want to check where they are and what skill levels you need, check out this table.

Skill  Level Required

Shortcut

Location

N/A

Stile

Stile at Fred the Farmer's sheep field and the stile at Falador cabbage patch. (F2P)

Agility - 1

Stepping stones

Lumbridge Swamp Caves stepping stones

Agility - 1

Basalt rock

Lighthouse basalt rocks

Agility - 1

Bridge

Outside Nature Grotto

Agility - 5

Crumbling wall

Falador Agility Shortcut

Agility - 5

Climbing rocks

Yanille

Agility - 8

Strength - 19

Range - 37

Broken Raft

(Mith grapple) Over the River Lum to Al Kharid

Agility - 10

Rocks

Corsair Cove shortcut

Agility - 10

Ropeswing

Rope swing to Moss Giant Island

Agility - 11

Strength - 37

Range - 19

Wall

(Mith grapple) Scale Falador wall

Agility - 12

Stepping stones

Stepping stones in Brimhaven Dungeon

Agility - 13

Fence

Varrock south fence jump

Agility - 14

Tight-gap

Scale Goblin Village wall

Agility - 15

Pillar jump

Corsair Cove Dungeon shortcut

Agility - 15

Monkey bars

Monkey bars under Edgeville

Agility - 16

Underwall tunnel

Yanille Agility shortcut

Agility - 17

Crack

Catacombs of Kourend southern crack

Agility - 20

Log balance

Coal Trucks log balance

Agility - 21

Underwall tunnel

Grand Exchange Agility shortcut

Agility - 22

Pipe

Pipe contortion in Brimhaven Dungeon

Agility - 23

Strength - 28

Range - 24

Rocks

(Mith grapple) Scale the Observatory cliff

Agility - 25

Rocks

Eagles' Peak Agility shortcut

Agility - 25

Rocks

Wrecked ship near Port Phasmatys

Agility - 26

Underwall tunnel

Falador Agility shortcut

Agility - 28

Stones

North-west corner of the Catacombs of Kourend

Agility - 29

Rocks

Lower Mount Karuulm cliffside climb

Agility - 30

Rocks

Rocks in the Corsair Cove Resource Area

Agility - 30

Log balance

South-west of the red dragon area in Brimhaven Dungeon

Agility - 30

Stepping stones

Stepping stones near the waterfall east of Shilo Village

Agility - 31

Stepping stone

Draynor Manor stones to Champions' Guild

Agility - 32

Strength - 35

Range - 35

Rocks

(Mith grapple) Scale Catherby cliffside

Agility - 32

Rock slide

Cairn Isle rock slide climb

Agility - 33

Log balance

Ardougne log balance shortcut

Agility - 34

Crack

Catacombs of Kourend northern crack

Agility - 34

Pipe

Pipe contortion in Brimhaven Dungeon

Agility - 36

Strength - 22

Range - 39

Crossbow Tree

(Mith grapple) Escape from the Water Obelisk Island

Agility - 37

Rocks

Gnome Stronghold shortcut

Agility - 38

Rocks

Al Kharid mining pit cliffside scramble

Agility - 39

Strength - 38

Range- 21

Wall

(Mith grapple) Scale Yanille wall

Agility - 40

Balancing ledge

Yanille Agility Dungeon balance ledge

Agility - 40

Stepping stones

Kourend lake isle jump

Agility - 41

Rocks

Trollheim easy cliffside scramble

Agility - 42

Narrow crevice

Dwarven Mine narrow crevice

Agility - 42

Underwall tunnel

Draynor narrow tunnel

Agility - 43

Rocks

Trollheim medium cliffside scramble

Agility - 44

Rocks

Trollheim advanced cliffside scramble

Agility - 45

Stepping stones

Kourend river jump

Agility - 45

Log balance

Tirannwn log balance

Agility - 46

Jutting wall

Cosmic Temple - medium narrow walkway

Agility - 46

Narrow crevice

Deep Wilderness Dungeon narrow shortcut

Agility - 47

Rocks

Trollheim hard cliffside scramble

Agility - 48

Log balance

Log balance to Fremennik Province

Agility - 49

Obstacle pipe

Contortion in Yanille Agility Dungeon small room

Agility - 49

Boulder

Dense essence mine boulder leap

Agility - 50

Stepping stone

Stepping stone into Morytania west of the Nature Grotto

Agility - 51

Obstacle pipe

Pipe from Edgeville Dungeon to Varrock Sewers

Agility - 52

Rocks

Dense essence mine eastern scramble

Agility - 53

Strength - 21

Range - 42

Strong Tree

(Mith grapple) Karamja Volcano

Agility - 54

Dark tunnel

Motherlode Mine eastern wall shortcut

Agility - 54

Dark tunnel

Motherlode Mine southern wall shortcut

Agility - 56

Rubble

Rock climb in the Temple of the Eye

Agility - 55

Stepping stone

Stepping stone by Miscellania docks

Agility - 57

Monkey bars

Monkey bars under Yanille

Agility - 57

Broken Fence

Rellekka east fence shortcut

Agility - 58

Weathered wall

Port Phasmatys Ectopool shortcut

Agility - 59

Rocks

Elven Overpass (Arandar) easy cliffside scramble

Agility - 60

Rocky handholds

Wilderness from God Wars Dungeon area climb

Agility - 60

Little crack

Squeeze through to God Wars Dungeon surface access

Agility - 60

Stepping stone

Estuary crossing on Mos Le'Harmless

Agility - 60

Gap

Pillars in the Wintertodt's Prison

Agility - 61

Spikey chain

Slayer Tower medium spiked chain climb

Agility - 62

Crevice

Fremennik Slayer Dungeon near basilisks

Agility - 62

Rocks

Upper Mount Karuulm cliffside climb

Agility - 62

Rocks

Stepping stones in Necropolis

Agility - 63

Loose railing

Taverley Dungeon lesser demon fence

Agility - 63

Wall

Darkmeyer north-eastern wall

Agility - 64

Rocks

Trollheim Wilderness Route

Agility - 64

Rope

Rope to the Fossil Island Volcano

Agility - 65

Ornate railing

Temple on the Salve to Morytania shortcut

Agility - 65

Pillar Jump (Easy)

Revenant Caves

Agility - 66

Jutting wall

Cosmic Altar advanced narrow walkway

Agility 66

Wall

Taverley Wall shortcut located near Tree Farming Patch

Agility - 66

Stepping stone

Lumbridge Swamp to Kharidian Desert

Agility - 67

Crevice

Heroes' Guild tunnel

Agility - 67

Pile of rubble

Yanille Agility Dungeon's rubble climb

Agility - 68

Rocks

Elven Overpass (Arandar) medium cliffside scramble

Agility - 68

Rocks

Ice Mountain western scramble

Agility - 69

Rocks

Dense essence mine northern scramble

Agility - 70

Obstacle pipe

Taverley Dungeon pipe squeeze to Blue dragon lair

Agility - 70

Hole

Fossil Island hardwood shortcut

Agility - 70

Rock

Rope descent to Saradomin's Encampment

Agility - 70

Big window/Broken wall

Al Kharid Palace southern window

Agility - 71

Stepping stone

A stepping stone shortcut to Nardah

Agility - 71

Spikey chain

Slayer Tower advanced spiked chain climb

Agility - 71

Crumbling wall

Eastern Gu'Tanoth

Agility - 72

Wall

Barrows wall jump shortcut to get to the west side

Agility - 72

Tunnel

Stronghold Slayer Cave narrow tunnel

Agility - 72

Tunnel

Asgarnian Ice Dungeon tunnel

Agility - 73

Rocks

Troll Stronghold wall-climb

Agility - 73

Rocks

Dense essence mine western descent

Agility - 74

Stepping stone

Lava Dragon Isle jump

Agility - 74

Cave

Meiyerditch Laboratories tunnels

Agility - 75

Strange floor

Forthos Dungeon jump

Agility - 75

Pillar Jump (Medium)

Revenant Caves

Agility - 76

Stepping stone

Island crossing near Zul-Andra

Agility - 77

Stepping stone

Shilo Village stepping stones over the river

Agility - 78

Tight gap

Iorwerth Dungeon northern shortcut

Agility - 79

Vine

Kharazi Jungle vine climb

Agility 79

Tight gap

North Shilo village shortcut, located between trees at the eastern corner

Agility - 80

Strange floor

Taverley Dungeon

Agility - 81

Strange floor

Fremennik Slayer Dungeon near pyrefiends

Agility - 81

Wall

Located inside Dagannoth Kings tunnel in the first 'Giant Rock Crab. It’s on the far wall

Agility 82

Ladder

Asgarnia Ice Dungeon shortcut from ladder. This gets you to the Skeletal Wyvern area.

Agility - 82

Stepping stone

Lava Maze northern jump

Agility - 83

Stepping stones

Brimhaven Dungeon eastern stepping stones

Agility - 84

Tight gap

Iorwerth Dungeon southern shortcut

Agility - 84

Rocks

Located on the south side of the Island’s peak in Crandor Rock

Agility - 85

Rocks

Elven Overpass (Arandar) advanced cliffside scramble

Agility - 85

Rocks

Helps you skip thrownaxe + pet rock section. Located on Waterbirth Island rock climb, just south of the Lunar spell book teleport.

Agility - 86

Crevice

Kalphite Lair wall shortcut

Agility - 87

Vine

Brimhaven Dungeon vine to baby green dragons

Agility - 88

Mysterious pipe

Karuulm Slayer Dungeon

Agility - 89

Pillar Jump (Hard)

Revenant Caves

Agility - 91

Rocks (Viyeldi caves)

Viyeldi Caves cliff climb

Agility - 93

Cave

Meiyerditch Laboratories tunnels

Agility - 86

Cave

Viyeldi Caves shortcut from the main room closer to the relevant Clue step.

A Guide To Training Agility

While it’s one of the most useful skills, the Agility skill is also one of the hardest to train out there. Its training methods are fairly limited. However, if you know what to do, you can gain a ton of XP per hour.

The good news is that you can undertake agility courses which is a click intensive training option that gives you a huge XP boost. As tiring as it may be, doing this click intensive training option is one of the best and fastest ways to reach level 99 in Agility.

What Are Agility Courses?

These are key spots in Gielonor that are focused solely on improving your Agility. To complete each course, you’ll need to run through a series of obstacles. Failing to pass through an obstacle can result in getting damaged.

While equipping heavy armor to improve your defenses might seem like a good idea, it’s always better to carry lighter equipment instead. This will drain your run energy slower than heavy armor so you can finish the course with ease. If you’re still having trouble with the course, you should bring food to keep your health up when needed.

Speaking of food, you should bring Summer Pies whenever you want to train Agility. Each Summer Pie gives you two bites that heal 11 HP. Additionally, you get +5 to your Agility level, as well as boost to run energy which is very important for this build.

There are a few types of courses.

  • Regular Course - Standard courses that require you to complete a set of obstacles.

  • Rooftop Course - Regular courses that reward you with a chance at Marks of Grace.

  • Special Course - These are courses that have unique mechanics and obstacles. They’re typically harder as well.

Aside from loot, you can also get Marks of Grace inside any of the Rooftop Agility Courses. We’ll detail what you can do with these later but make sure that you get them whenever they drop. They disappear after 10 minutes after being picked up. Here’s a look at the agility courses in the game.


Agility Required

Course

Category

Experience per hour

1

Gnome Stronghold Agility Course

Regular Course

9,250

1

Brimhaven Agility Arena

Special Course

67,000

5

Shayzien Basic Course

Regular Course

8,750

10

Draynor Village Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

9,000

20

Al Kharid Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

9,360

30

Agility Pyramid

Special Course

44,750

30

Varrock Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

13,000

30

Penguin Agility Course

Regular Course

30,000

35

Barbarian Outpost Agility Course

Regular Course

18,200

40

Canifis Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

19,200

48

Shayzien Advanced Course

Regular Course

28,000

48

Ape Atoll Agility Course

Regular Course

53,300

50

Falador Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

27,200

52

Wilderness Agility Course

Regular Course

47,500

52

Hallowed Sepulchre

Special Course

75,000

60

Werewolf Agility Course

Regular Course

69,500

60

Seers' Village Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

45,600

70

Dorgesh-Kaan Agility Course

Special Course

63,000

70

Pollnivneach Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

52,300

75

Prifddinas Agility Course

Regular Course

66,000

80

Rellekka Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

55,000

90

Ardougne Rooftop Course

Rooftop Agility Course

62,300

With the recent content update to OSRS, the developers have announced a few key changes being made to some of the Agility courses in the game. First up, let’s talk about the Hallowed Sepulchre.

In the first change, you’ll now have the chance to unlock an instanced version of the course. This is a good update as it allows you to maximize your XP gain without having to get the initiative to start the Floor’s trap cycle.

The developers are also moving some of the XP you get from Floor 5’s completion to Floors 3 and 4. This makes the journey through those levels more worth it.

There are also proposed new XP rates for ertain Agility courses in the game. If you’re planning on doing these methods, take note of the following:

Level Requirement

Course

Current XP/hr

Revised Proposed XP/hr

60

Seers' Village with Diary

56,000

56,000

70

pollnivneach with Diary

(52,300, no diary option)

60,000 + Better Marks of Grace than Seers' Village

72

Hallowed Sepulchre Floors 1-3

66,700

~71,000

80

Rellekka with Diary

(55,000, no diary option)

65,000 + Better Marks of Grace than pollnivneach

82

Hallowed Sepulchre Floors 1-4

76,000

~81,000

90

Ardougne

62,300

70,000

92

Hallowed Sepulchre Floors 1-5

90,000 - 108,000

90,000 - 108,000


OSRS Agility Training Guide From Level 1 To 99

We know what you’re here for, getting from level 1 to 100 Agility as quickly as possible. In this part of this OSRS agility guide, we’re going to share the best way to rummage through those levels with ease.

Levels 1-33

You can skip a huge portion of the levels by doing quests that give you Agility experience first. With this, we are referring to Recruitment Drive, The Tourist Trap, The Depths of Despair, and the Grand Tree.

Quests That Grant Agility Experience

  1. Recruitment Drive

This is the initial quest for the Temple Knight series. It requires you to solve a few puzzles using your wits. To start this quest, you’ll need to speak to  Sir Amik Varze on the 3rd floor of the White Knights' Castle's western tower in Falador. 

  1. The Tourist Trap

This is an intermediate-level quest that’s located in the Kharidian Desert. This is an exciting quest that walks you through an undercover rescue mission to save a woman’s daughter. To start this quest, speak to Irena by the Shantay Pass, south of Al Kharid. 

  1. The Depths of Despair

This quest is a part of the Great Kourend series quest so it will be a bit of a journey before you can get here. To start this quest, talk to Lord Kandur Hosidius at his home in Hosidius, northwest of the Vinery.

  1. The Grand Tree

This exciting quest tasks you with protecting the Grand Tree and preventing it from dying. You can start this by talking to King Narnode Shareen in the Grand Tree.

By doing these four quests, you can earn a total of 19,700 experience for your Agility. That should be enough to get you from level 1 to 33 without any problem. These quests are fairly easy to do as well and little preparation is needed. This is just one part of your journey to train in Agility though.

Although there are other agility quests in the game, these net you the most XP gain so they’re worth doing.

Levels 34-99

From levels 34-99, you should focus more on the Agility course areas throughout Gielonor. The process will still be long but this is the most optimized way to train agility. Below, you’ll find a chart featuring all of the agility course areas you can find in the game, as well as a few key details. We’ll dive deeper into each area in the next section.


Agility Level Recommended

Course

Agility Requirement

Estimated XP per hour

1-10

Gnome Stronghold Agility Course

1 - Agility

8000

10-20/30

Draynor Village Rooftop Course

10 - Agility

9000

15-40

Monkeybars (Edgeville Dungeon)

15 - Agility

13,200

20-25/30

Al Kharid Rooftop Course

20 - Agility

9360

25-48

Werewolf Skullball

25 - Agility

Creature of Fenkenstrain

Ring of Charos

18,000

30-40

Varrock Rooftop Course

30 - Agility

13,200

40-48/50/52/60

Canifis Rooftop Course

40 - Agility

17,800 (no fails)

48-52/60

Ape Atoll Agility Course

48 - Agility

Monkey Madness I (Chapter 2)

Ninja Monkey

Greegree or Kruk Greegree

45,000-,50,000 (no fails, stam pots)

50-60

Falador Rooftop Course

50 - Agility

26,400 (no fails)

52-99

Hallowed Sepulcher

52 - Agility

Sins of the Father

90,000 -95,000 (level 92+)

If you’ve done the quests that will get you to level 33, you can skip straight ahead to Werewolf Skullball. Doing most of the courses with low Agility can be tough as it can cause you to fail most of the obstacles.

If you don't and prefer doing only agility courses to train agility, you should start with the Gnome Stronghold Agility Course and follow this guide as intended.

Levels 1-10: Gnome Stronghold Agility Course

If you’re going to start at the base level directly, the only recommended training course is this one. You can earn around 8,000 XP per hour. This entire part of the leveling system can take you around 13 laps to reach level 10.

We highly recommend going through each of the courses at least once because you might as well start familiarizing yourself with how the levels work.

Levels 10-30: Draynor Village Rooftop Course

This special area nets you around 9,000 XP per hour. From level 10, you can get to level 20 in around 28 laps. This area might be challenging if you don’t have stamina potions but if you do, you can take it up a notch and get to level 30 in this area. It entirely depends on what items you have with you. If you have Summer Pies getting to level 30 should be a breeze.

Levels 15-40: Edgeville Dungeon Monkeybars

This is the first wilderness agility course that you can try at early game. It takes a lot less work than the previous two agility courses. You can keep the mouse cursor in one spot and continuously click to earn more XP. 

The downside however is that since this is a wilderness agility course, you could be exposed to player hunters within the area. Any wilderness course in OSRS will put you in danger of PVP so keep that in mind.

Level 20-30: Al Kharid Rooftop Course

This is currently one of the best spots to get to level 30 if you want to focus on rooftop agility courses. It nets you 9,360 XP per hour if you have stamina potions. This is a good alternative to Werewolf Skullball just in case you don’t have access to that area yet.

Levels 25-48: Werewolf Skullball

This is the fastest way to get to level 40 Agility. The problem is that you’ll first need to complete the Creature of Fenkenstrain quest and have the Ring of Charos to gain access to the area. If you haven’t done any of this, you can either focus on Al Kharid Rooftop Course or the Varrock Rooftop Course instead.

Don’t bring any Summer Pies or any food for that matter for this course. You’ll need to brace yourself though as the course itself is very click-intensive. It can be tough but once you get the rhythm, you can breeze through the course easily.

Levels 30-40: Varrock Rooftop Course

If you want something that takes less work to do but gets you a good amount of XP as well, you can choose this over the previous two courses on this list. With luck and skill, you can get up to 13,200 XP per hour on this rooftop course. Even if you fail on some obstacles, you’re still getting a ton of XP.

The Varrock agility course is fairly easy to do. Even if you fail obstacles here and there, you’re still getting a good amount of XP.

Levels 40-60: Canifis Rooftop Course

If you’re planning on collecting Marks of Grace, then this is one of the best courses to choose. That’s on top of the fact that this is a good alternative to the Werewolf Skullball when it comes to XP gain. Still, you can expect to get 18-22 Marks of Grace per hour on average. If you’re wondering how much that can get you in terms of coins, that’s 313,720 coins.

If you consistently train in this area, you can earn enough XP to get to level 60 Agility with ease. Each hour on the course can yield you around 17,800 XP. If you fail in some areas, you can expect to get around 14,000-16,000 instead.

Levels 48-60: Ape Atoll Agility Course

If you’ve done Monkey Madness I - chapter 2, then you should’ve unlocked this course. This course can give you around 30,000-35,000 XP every hour. With stamina potions you can greatly increase that to 45,000-50,000 per hour. The problem though is that your XP gain can suffer drastically each time you fail so make sure to be very careful and thorough in this course.

Levels 50-60: Falador Rooftop Course

A single lap on this course takes around one minute and this is why people love the Falador Rooftop Course so much. It has a maximum hourly XP gain of 26,400 without fails. In total, you can average at around 22,000-24,500 per hour. What’s great is that you can get a decent amount of Marks of Grace in this area as well.

Levels 52-99: Hallowed Sepulcher

You’re going to be spending most of your time in the Hallowed Sepulcher once you hit this part of your agility training. It provides the best XP gain out of all the other training courses in the game. It’s also one of the hardest but your efforts are well-rewarded in this training course.

You need good timing and concentration to get through this course without failing. If you’re very active on this course, you can get to the Grand Hallowed Coffin on the final floor and nab the ring of endurance. However, you’ll need to be at level 66 Thieving if you want to loot the coffins.

Additionally, make sure that you’ve finished the Sins of the Father quest as this area won’t be accessible if you haven’t yet.

Keep in mind that these aren’t just the agility courses in the game. Some of the other courses include the Pollnivneach Rooftop course, Ardougne Rooftop Course, the Seers Village Course, and more.

Other Useful Agility Training Information

Although this is the most optimized agility training method you can find, it will still take hours before you can get to 99. You don’t need to dedicate yourself completely to this guide as there are other training methods that you can try out. Here are a few more tips to consider for training Agility.

  1. Take Your Time

Raising your Agility skill is honestly taxing. You’ll start to get reckless and clumsy once you’ve done a few rounds of the rooftop courses. Whether it’s the challenging Canifis rooftop course or any other rooftop course, you need to take your time. 

If you want to train agility as optimally as possible, you’ll want to focus on getting more successful obstacles over failed ones. Failing can result in huge penalties which can make training agility take longer.

  1. Invest in Energy Potions

Aside from Summer Pie, you should also bring stamina potions or energy potions when training Agility. An Energy Potion can give you that extra boost you need to keep your Agility training as smooth as possible. If you don’t have the Herblore skill, you can purchase this from a merchant in Varrock.

  1. Switch It Up

Agility training can be very redundant. Don’t be afraid to switch up your rooftop courses or wilderness courses from time to time. There are a ton of courses in the game. Rooftop courses are typically the most challenging but they’re also the most fun to do so they’re far less boring. 

  1. Wear Light Gear

Light gear doesn’t increase your chances of succeeding obstacles in courses. However, they make your character lighter, thus allowing them to spend less run energy. As such, you should do your best to avoid wearing heavy gear when doing agility courses. You won’t need the defenses much but you’ll need a lot of energy to get the most out of each run.

Quests That Grant Agility Experience

Aside from agility courses, you should also consider doing quests that reward you with Agility XP. The good news is that there are plenty of them in OSRS. However, some of them require other skills too.


Quest

Experience

reward

Agility

requirement


Other requirements

Recruitment Drive

1,000

-

Quest Points -12

The Depths of Despair

1,500

18

20% Hosidius favour

The Fremennik Trials

2,812

-

Fletching -25 

Woodcutting -  40 

Crafting - 40 

Underground Pass

3,000

-

Range - 25

Icthlarin's Little Helper

4,000

-

 

Cold War

5,000

30

Construction - 34 , 

Crafting -  30 

Hunter - 10

Royal Trouble

5,000

40

Slayer - 40

Cabin Fever

7,000

42

Crafting - 45 

Smithing - 50

Range - 40

Darkness of Hallowvale

7,000

26

Construction - 5 

Mining - 20 

Thieving - 22 

Crafting - 32 

Magic - 33 

Strength - 40

The Grand Tree

7,900

25

-

Troll Romance

8,000

28

-

Land of the Goblins

8,000

38

Fishing - 40 

Thieving - 45 

Herblore - 48

Recipe for Disaster

(Awowogei subquest)

10,000

48

Cooking - 70

Regicide

13,750

56

Crafting -  10

Grim Tales

25,000

59

Farming -  45 

Herblore - 52 

Thieving - 58 

Woodcutting - 71

Song of the Elves

40,000

70

Construction - 70 

Farming -70 

Herblore - 70 

Hunting - 70 

Mining - 70 

Smithing - 70 

Woodcutting -70

Dragon Slayer II

50,000

60

Quest Points - 200 

Magic - 75

Smithing - 70 

Mining - 68 

Construction - 62 

Thieving - 160 

Construction - 50 

Hitpoints - 50

Beneath Cursed Sands

50,000

62

Crafting - 55 

Firemaking - 55

Making Friends with My Arm

50,000

68

Construction -  35 

Firemaking - 66

Mining - 72

Mourning's End Part II

60,000

-

-

Monkey Madness II

60,000

55

Slaying - 69 

Crafting - 70 

Hunting - 60 

Thieving - 55

Secrets of the North

60,000

69

Thieving - 64 

Hunting - 56

Alternative Training Methods

If you want to change the pace of your training or you’re bored of Agility courses, here are other methods you can consider.

Barbarian Fishing

An alternative to getting more XP once you hit level 33 is Barbarian Fishing. This method can grant you enough XP to reach level 74 XP with ease. What’s great is that you’re able to level up your character’s Strength with this as well.

It’s a good alternative if you’re sick of doing the courses in the game. 

Blast Furnace

This is a minigame that requires you to transport ores into a furnace. You can get a maximum of 6,000 experience per hour. The downside of Blast Furnace is that it quickly drains your energy so it’s hard to maximize what you earn per hour.

Gnome Ball

If you want to increase your Ranged skills as well, you should try out Gnome Ball.In this minigame, your aim is to score goals against gnomes, by throwing a ball into the goal. You can get Ranged and Agility XP each time you throw the ball. 

Toy Mouse

If you have high Crafting, you should make a toy mouse through a Crafting table.  Winding and releasing, and then catching the toy will net you 3 Agility XP. It’s a tiring process but it’s more fun than running through courses again and again.

Underwater Agility and Thieving Trading

As the name suggests, this requires Agility and Thieving. To start it, you’ll need to head to the Underwater area of Fossil Island. You’ll need to swim around the area and look for chests and giant clam shells. You need to look for mermaid’s tears and glistening tears specifically. You can exchange these items for Agility or Thieving experience.

Important Items To Train Agility

You’re still going to want to snag a few more items to help you make training agility a lot easier to do. Whether it’s to increase your run energy or to increase your agility temporarily, it’s definitely a must to get these items.

  1. Agility Cape

This is a substitute for the Graceful Cape. You can use the Agility Cape once a day which can then restore your run energy to 100%. It can also provide the effects of a stamina potion for one minute. It also increases agility by 1.

  1. Elven Dawn

Elven Dawn increases your Agility by 1. Unfortunately, it decreases your Strength by a level but it gives you a bit of HP.

  1. Agility Potion

Increases your Agility by 3.

  1. Agility Mix

Increases your Agility by 3. It also gives you 6 HP per dose but you need to finish Barbarian Training to gain access to this. 

  1. Spicy Stew

Can give you 0-5 Agility and can heal you for up to 11 HP as well.

  1. Summer Pie

Easily one of the best items you’ll learn of in this OSRS Agility guide. It boosts your Agility and enhances your run energy restoration significantly as well.

While the Agility boost for these items is temporary, they’re still pretty helpful. They’re particularly great if you’re going to a course that’s higher than your intended level and you want to get a bit of a boost. The temporary increase in Agility will of course, improve your chances at successfully passing the obstacle.

What Are Marks of Grace?

While doing some of the Rooftop Agility Courses, it’s very likely that you’ll come across Marks of grace. These are used to buy pieces of the graceful outfit, recolor any existing pieces you have, and even purchase amylase crystals.

If you’re wondering how much amylase crystals cost, they’re worth a whopping 14,260 coins so you can use that to increase your money significantly. But of course, you should aim to get a graceful outfit first.

If you want to farm Marks of Grace, here are some of the courses that you can get them from.

  • Draynor: 10-13.8 per hour

  • Al Kharid: 8-11.5 per hour

  • Varrock: 8-11.3 per hour

  • Canifis: 16-18.0 per hour

  • Falador: 10-12.1 per hour

  • Seers: 11-13.8 per hour 

  • Pollnivneach: 9-11.9 per hour

  • Rellekka: 13-15.5 per hour

  • Ardougne: 16-18.1 per hour 

Getting The Graceful Set

If not for the coins you get for selling Marks of Grace, you should hoard them to build the graceful set. You can trade in the Marks of Grace to Grace an NPD inside the Rogues Den. The full set of this outfit will require exactly 260 Marks of Grace which isn’t a lot especially if you’re doing a lot of Agility training through the courses.

Item

Price

sold at

Price

bought at

Weight

reduction

Run energy

restoration rate

Graceful hood

35

28

-3 kg

+3%

Graceful top

55

44

-5 kg

+4%

Graceful legs

60

48

-6 kg

+4%

Graceful gloves

30

24

-3 kg

+3%

Graceful boots

40

32

-4 kg

+3%

Graceful cape

40

32

-4 kg

+3%

The set looks good enough already in our opinion. However, if you want to fully max out your style with this build, you can also recolor each of the pieces of this set. You’re looking at 90 Marks of Grace to recolor the full grace outfit. That’s 15 Marks of Grace per piece just in case you’re wondering.

Keep in mind that recoloring your set won’t add to its value or stats in any way. This is purely cosmetic, so you might want to save your Marks of Grace for more important things.

The Rogues Den rewards for getting Marks of Grace is definitely worth it. As you can see from the chart above, you can get significant bonuses for weight reduction, as well as energy restoration. With that, you can significantly improve your runs. The graceful set is definitely a must for those who want to focus on Agility training.

Extra: Fastest Way To Get The Full Graceful Outfit

Farming for Marks of Grace can be tiring. Once you reach level 40 on Agility, we suggest farming for the item on the Canifis Rooftop Course. You can get the entire outfit in around 13-16 hours. While long, this is still the fastest method available.

May This OSRS Agility Guide Help You Out

That concludes this OSRS Agility guide. We’ve taught you about the importance of Agility, stamina potions, marks of grace, and so much more with this guide. Give it time and patience, and your character will be one of the most agile characters in all Gielonor. 

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