User talk:Joshua 24 7

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I'm happy to have you here, and look forward to working with you! Temujin 11:01, March 14, 2014 (UTC)

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Please refrain from adding speculation to articles. Thank you. Temujin 11:02, March 14, 2014 (UTC)

Dragon axe[edit source]

The previous revision (which is now the current revision) was based on actual data gathering comparing a rune axe and dragon axe and that's the resulting math. I don't know where you got 15% from, but coming from the fact that you stated it to be speculation, caused it's removal. If it is to be put back in, you'll need a valid source proving it is indeed 5-15%. -- Recent uploads SpineTalkContribs 20:56, March 14, 2014 (UTC)

From here:
Dragon axes are approximately 5 to 10% better than rune axes. This depends entirely on what sort of tree you are hitting and what your current Woodcutting level is, but it’s roughly 5-10% better. Having a better axe means more logs and therefore more xp. The nice thing about dragon axes is that they are rare enough to hold their trade values – this means you can be relatively safe in the knowledge that you can buy one and resell it. Any extra logs you did get from using it would more than pay for any money you might lose from a shifting resell price, assuming you used it efficiently while you were trying it out.

Mod Roderick – Even if you only notice a small difference between two tools, over time the difference will really add up. It's always pleasing to find threads which discuss such issues, where people take the effort to test items and publish their findings on the forums.

-- Recent uploads SpineTalkContribs 21:04, March 14, 2014 (UTC)