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Agility training on an Ultimate Ironman is not very different from training it on a regular account. A variety of agility courses can be used, with the majority of them requiring little to no inventory or equipment considerations. As a skill, Agility is very useful to train for its passive energy restoration effect, which speeds up many training methods, quest completion, and travel around the world in general. Agility also provides access to the graceful outfit, one of the best all-around equipment sets for almost any non-combat situation. Because Agility has very few inventory requirements to train, it is a good skill to train in tandem with other skills that use the inventory space, such as Farming or Fletching.

Early training: Quests[edit | edit source]

Because early Agility training courses are particularly slow, it is recommended to use Quest experience rewards to skip many of the early levels. Completing the following three quests gives enough experience to get level 32 Agility, at which point training can be started at the Varrock Rooftop Course.

Levels 10–72/99: Rooftop Agility Courses[edit | edit source]

A player training on the Seers' Village Rooftop Course.
Main article: Agility training

The primary method of training Agility is through Rooftop Agility Courses, which can be started as low as level 10 Agility. These courses require no inventory space or resources to use, can be done in almost any gear, and provide marks of grace for the graceful outfit and amylase crystals.

It should be noted that the Seers' Village Rooftop Course is faster xp/hr than both the Pollnivneach Rooftop Course and Rellekka Rooftop Course, if using Camelot Teleport to teleport to the Seers' Village bank with completion of the Hard Kandarin Diary.

Because of the lack of inventory requirements, Agility is an excellent skill to train in conjunction with other skills that require significant inventory space. Magic training with High Alchemy can be done with just a few inventory spaces, and alching between course obstacles does not negatively impact the Agility experience rates. The same can be done with Fletching by adding feathers to dart tips in between obstacles.

Agility is also a good skill to combine with Farming training, which oftentimes fills the inventory with plenty of seeds and produce.

For more information, see Ultimate Ironman Guide/Farming.

Levels 72–99: Hallowed Sepulchre[edit | edit source]

Main article: Hallowed Sepulchre

The Hallowed Sepulchre offers the fastest experience from level 72 onwards. This method is a lot harder compared to other training methods, and it requires good concentration and timing. Even though the activity becomes available at level 52, players are advised to use other methods up to level 72, as they are a lot easier and players are more likely to get faster experience using those methods.

Players must have completed Sins of the Father to access to this course.

With good performance, players can gain up to around 62,000 experience per hour at level 72, increasing to around 69,000 experience per hour at level 82 and 85,000 experience per hour at level 92. Below level 72, players can gain up to 39,000 experience per hour at level 52 and 52,000 experience per hour at level 62.

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Levels 75–99: Prifddinas Agility Course[edit | edit source]

A player training on the Prifddinas Agility Course.

The Prifddinas Agility Course offers a less click-intensive training option from level 75 onwards. Players must have completed Song of the Elves to access this course. Instead of marks of grace, players can find crystal shards by using portals that randomly appear around the course, which act as shortcuts. These portal shortcuts are unique to each player, and grant the player a crystal shard roughly 1/3 of the time.

Players can gain up to around 59,000 experience per hour at level 75, increasing to around 66,000 experience per hour from level 90 onwards. Players can also expect to find roughly 12 crystal shards per hour.

Passive training: Barbarian Fishing[edit | edit source]

Training Fishing with Barbarian Fishing gives small amounts of passive Agility and Strength experience. For every 100,000 Fishing experience gained through Barbarian Fishing, the player should expect about 9,000 Agility experience as well. This means that if the player trains Fishing to level 99 exclusively through Barbarian Fishing, they would get more than one million Agility experience as a byproduct.

For more information, see Ultimate Ironman Guide/Fishing.