Attack is the most critical skill, determining how often you hit your opponent and how much damage you deal with.
Looking for ways to improve your Attack skills in Old School RuneScape (OSRS)?
Continue reading to learn the quests and the monsters that give Attack experience as a reward.
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Quests For Attack Experience
In OSRS, fifteen quests give set XP in Attack, ranging from 40 to 50,000.
The total amount of Attack experience you can get from these quests is 470,962.
Some of the quests with the highest Attack experience rewards are:
1. Mourning’s End Part II
The Mourning’s End Part II quest is one of the most complex and challenging quests in OSRS.
The quest requires a high level of Agility, Prayer, and Runecrafting, as well as the completion of several other quests in the series.
Contrarily, the quest rewards the player with 60,000 Attack experience, enough to level up from 1 to 50 or 75 to 77.
Further, it grants access to the Death Altar, where the player can craft Death Runes and the Dark Beasts.
2. Monkey Madness II
Monkey Madness II is a grandmaster quest in Old School RuneScape that is the sequel to Monkey Madness I.
The quest involves tracking down Glough, the war criminal who wants to destroy the human race and take over Gielinor with his army of monkeys.
The quest rewards the player with 60,000 Attack experience, 50,000 Slayer experience, and 40,000 Crafting experience.
Further, it rewards 35,000 Thieving experience, 25,000 Agility experience, 20,000 Hunter experience, and 15,000 Firemaking experience.
It also provides access to the Crash Site Cavern, where players can fight Demonic gorillas and hunt Black chinchompas.
3. Dragon Slayer II
The quest rewards the player with 50,000 Attack experiences, 50,000 Slayer experiences, 40,000 Crafting experiences, and 35,000 Thieving experiences.
Like Monkey Madness II, it rewards 25,000 Agility experience, 20,000 Hunter experience, and 15,000 Firemaking experience.
Additionally, it provides access to the Myths’ Guild, where the player can fight Vorkath and use various facilities.
4. Beneath Cursed Sands
Beneath Cursed Sands is a quest in the Desert quest series that introduces the lore of Tombs of Amascut, the third raid in Kharidian.
The quest involves investigating the Menaphite Guard, the Ruins of Ullek and the Necropolis, and the Champion of Scabaras.
The quest requires completing other quests and items and rewards the player with 50,000 Attack experience, among other things.
5. Song Of The Elves
Song of the Elves is the final quest in the Elf quest series and the final step to access Prifddinas, the elven city.
The quest involves rescuing Elena, confronting Lathas and Iorwerth, and sealing the Temple of Light.
Generally, it rewards the player with 40,000 Attack XP, enough to level up from 1 to 42 or 70 to 71 in OSRS.
Like Dragon Slayer II, it grants access to the Myths’ Guild, where players can fight Vorkath and use various facilities.
Best Monsters To Fight For Attack Experience
Depending on your level, gear, and preferences, there are many monsters to fight for Attack XP in OSRs.
Here are some of the best monsters for each level range:
1. Levels 1 To 10
Cows are an excellent option for low-level players, as they have low Defence and Hitpoints.
They drop cowhides that can be sold for some profit. They can be found in various locations, such as Lumbridge and Falador.
You can use any weapon, but a scimitar is recommended for its speed and accuracy.
2. Levels 10 To 60
Sand crabs are one of the most popular training spots for melee combat.
They have high Hitpoints and low Defence and Attack and are aggressive for 10 minutes.
They can be found on the southeastern coast of Zeah, near Hosidius.
After completing Monkey Madness I, you can use the best scimitar or sword you can wield and upgrade to a dragon scimita I.
3. Levels 60 To 99
Nightmare Zone is a minigame that allows you to fight bosses from completed quests.
It is the best way to train Attack and other combat skills, as you can use potions, prayers, and equipment to boost your stats and damage.
You can use the best weapon you can afford, such as an abyssal whip, a saradomin sword, or a blade of saeldor.
You can also use a black mask or a slayer helmet if you are on a slayer task, as they provide a 16.67% boost to Attack and Strength.
The Bottom Line
Attack is a skill that determines your accuracy and damage in melee combat.
You can train it by choosing the accurate Attack style and using weapons that give Attack bonuses.
However, many quests give Attack experience as a reward.
Contrarily, you can use potions, such as Attack and combat potions, to temporarily boost your Attack level and hit more accurately.