Smithing cannonballs

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Smithing cannonballs
RequirementsCannonball Smithing.gif
35 SmithingSmithing icon.png

Ammo mould
Steel bars
Ghostspeak amulet if using Port Phasmatys' furnace
2 Ecto-tokens to enter Port Phasmatys unless Ghosts Ahoy is completed


Dwarf Cannon
The Fremennik Isles to access Neitiznot (optional)
Ghosts Ahoy for free passage to Port Phasmatys (optional)
Prince Ali Rescue for free passage to Al Kharid (optional)
Song of the Elves to access Prifddinas (optional)

ProfitExperience gained
255,96013,824 SmithingSmithing icon.png
Inputs (234,360)Outputs (490,320)
540 × Steel bar.png Steel bar (234,360)2,160 × Cannonball.png Cannonball (490,320)

After completion of Dwarf Cannon, players can smith cannonballs, which is profitable since one steel bar at 434 coins produces four cannonballs worth 908 coins total, thus 474 coins profit. Depending on which furnace the player chooses, one can produce between 2160 and 2400 cannonballs in an hour. That means the profit margin falls between 255,960 and 284,400 hourly.

Edgeville furnace is the closest furnace to a bank which has no requirements. Prifddinas furnace is the technically the closest to a bank but this requires the completion of Song of the Elves. Shilo is the second closest to a bank but players must pay 20 coins to use it. Neitiznot is the third closest, but it requires The Fremennik Isles. Port Phasmatys is fourth and requires two Ecto-tokens for entry unless the player has done Ghosts Ahoy.

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