These RuneScape guides are designed to help you develop your RuneScape character and complete quests in the easiest possible way. The focus of these guide are on minimising the skill training required to attempt each quest. Some of the recommendations made here only represent a single point of view and might be one of the several ways you could approach the quests. Admittedly not the most time efficient approach, the chances of you actually completing these quests are much higher if you do it in this manner and this may end up saving you some time in the long run.
One thing to keep in mind is that unlock-able content including fairy rings and dragon equipment massively facilitates your in-game progress. Additionally, completing achievement diaries will be beneficial throughout the game giving you access to features like unlimited teleports, Lunar Spells and antique Lamps. All of these rewards can save the next bit of training by quite a lot and are worth investing time in. Lastly, the books of knowledge and Experience Lamps collected throughout different events are also extremely beneficial to your game progression. This guide does not account for combat levels and it is safe to assume that it is almost impossible to defeat a Boss with the skills listed here. It is a good idea to train up your combat stats as much as you can and only enter a Boss fight when you are confident enough to win it.
Now before we jump into it, one last thing to remember is to use Player Owned Houses (POHs) to teleport through Gielinor. You can take advantage of these POHs when you get to Level 50 Construction. Not only are these the fastest way to access a fairy ring and a spirit tree, they also give you access to the Teak altar, Portal chamber and Mounted Glory. Additionally, they give you an ornate rejuvenation pool allowing you to get your Hitpoints, Prayer and Run energy back to full once they deplete.