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The enterprising Cap'n Izzy No-Beard invites you to the Brimhaven Agility Arena. He has discovered an ancient cavern under Brimhaven and developed it into a fun place to train your Agility. His services are not free, however, and you will have to pay him 200 gold pieces if you wish to enter.
This ancient Agility Arena is located on the island of Karamja. You can find it just north-east of Brimhaven, under the ground. This is marked with a minigame key icon on your minimap.
Cap'n Izzy No-Beard can be found in a bamboo hut; you may ask him for information about the arena before you enter.
The arena is a huge cavern of platforms connected by traps and obstacles. There are many different routes to get around the Agility Arena and you are much more likely to fail the obstacles on some routes than on others. Some ways cannot be taken until you reach a certain Agility level (please refer to the trap levels below), so it is recommended that you are at least of level 40 Agility. Be warned: it is possible to hurt yourself while attempting this obstacle course.
You cannot enter the arena without paying your 200 gold pieces entrance fee, so remember to have this amount in your inventory. You must also remember that it is likely that you will lose life points from failing some obstacles, so take some food. In addition to this, it is wise to take a method of teleportation, such as runes or an amulet of glory if you are in need of a swift escape.
Try not to take much and wear Boots of Lightness or the Hunter falconry capes to subtract kilograms from your total weight, making your run energy drain at a slower rate: this will increase your chance of getting that extra ticket. Boots of Lightness are obtained during the Temple of Ikov quest and reduce your weight by 4kg.
Also, it may be wise to take super restore or Agility potions, should your Agility level be lowered by failing the dart obstacles.
By doing the Medium Karamja Tasks you can get Karamja Gloves 2 which allow you to get 10% more xp from obstacles inside the arena and upon exchanging tickets for experience.
The food you need for agility should be light and high healing, preferably in small bites as the damage you receive is calculated as a percentage of your current life points (The higher your health, the more damage you take.) Here are a few of the most effective foods with their advantages.
|This is an easy food to obtain and, seeming as agility generally goes well with thieving, is usually lying around in the bank. Used for the less prepared player. Light food healing 120lp in 3 bites.|
|Slightly better than cake because it heals 120lp also but in 1 bite; saving time.|
|The most efficient food for Agility, it not only heals --lp in 2 bites but also increases current agility by 5 levels and restores run energy by 10%.|
Upon entering the arena, one platform is marked by a flashing arrow. You will see this on your minimap: try to make your way to it. After one minute the flashing arrow will move to a new pillar which you will need to get to. If you tag more than one active pillar in a row then you will receive a ticket. You won't get a ticket for tagging the first pillar, but you will for every following pillar. If you miss a pillar you will miss out on the next ticket, so try to get as many as you can!
While in the arena, you can check your progress by using the indicator in the top-right of the game screen. This shows whether you were successful in tagging the last pillar as the indicator will turn green when successful and red when you have failed to reach the active dispenser before the arrow moved on. This is very useful when you are not sure whether you made it in time!
Each obstacle has a level requirement and gives a different amount of experience, which is shown in the table below.
|Level 1 Agility Obstacle||Level 20 Agility Obstacle||Level 40 Agility Obstacle|
|Obstacle||Level Required||Experience Gained|
It is also worth mentioning that if you fail the darts obstacle you will temporarily lose 2 Agility levels relative to your current level (it stacks), which only a super restore or Agility potion can return hastily.
Pirate Jackie the Fruit, who works in the reception hut of the Arena, will exchange the tickets for items or additional Agility experience.
|Number of Tickets||Reward|
|1||240 experience (per ticket)|
|3||1 x Toadflax|
|10||1 x Snapdragon|
|10||248 experience (per ticket)|
|25||260 experience (per ticket)|
|100||280 experience (per ticket)|
(Provides slightly better protection than leather gloves. Its function is mostly decorative)
|1000||320 experience (per ticket)|
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