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Smelt some ore and store it in the bank. Grab a hammer from the general store before you go too!85
Ahh you'll need to learn to smith. You can use bronze bars on the anvil outside with a hammer.74
You'll need to have mined some ore to smelt first. Go see the mining tutor to the south if you're not sure how to do this.71
But for the best advice, go to Varrock. That's where my master, the Smithing Tutor, plies his trade. Ask him to teach you how to smith.68
I see you have some ore with you to smelt, so let's get started.22
Click on the furnace to bring up a menu of metal bars you can try to make from your ore.20
Ahh you'll need to learn to smith. Go to Varrock, that's where my master, the Smithing Tutor, plies his trade. Ask him to teach you how to smith.20
When you have a full inventory, take it to the bank, you can find it on the roof of the castle in Lumbridge.19
If you have a hammer with you, you can smith the bronze bars into equipment on the anvil outside.18
I'm afraid the weather over the years has rusted it down, so it can only be used to work bronze.18
Alternatively you can run up to Varrock. Look for my Master, the Smithing Tutor, in the west of the city, he can help you smith better gear.16
I find it useful to stockpile my ore before smelting it in one go, or even do it on the way to the bank in such places as Al Kharid or Falador. But you can do it anyway you want, one load at a time is fine too!7
Not too much can go wrong with smelting.7
Hello there, Zanik! You look like you know your ores!7
There are all sorts! Mithril, adamantite, runite... shall I tell you about them?7
What about you, %USERNAME%?7
Alternatively you can run up to Varrock and smith your metal immediately after smelting it. Look for my Master, the Smithing Tutor, in the west of the city.3
You will lose some iron when smelting that ore, but a Ring of Forging or the Superheat Item spell will soon solve that.2