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This page is about making money with the Firemaking skill. For methods of training this skill, see here.

Effectiveness Firemaking level requirement Details Other requirements
***** None Players who train Firemaking near banks or at the Grand Exchange will often leave the ashes behind. You can gather the ashes of other players' fires, or just pick up your own ashes after you burn logs. Ashes sell for 10 coins each, but this will not give you a profit if you buy the logs you burn (execept if using willow logs).
***** None

In some locations where fires are helpful but hard to come by, you can "sell" fires to the players there by bringing a tinderbox and some logs and offering to light a fire for a fee. A common location for this is the fishing spot at Musa Point on Karamja Island on free-to-play worlds, where there are only a few regular trees on the top of the volcano and there is no nearby bank. There is no good way to make money with this skill in f2p. But it is still an important skill to have so you can burn logs and cook your food. This is a skill that is just generally useful.

***** 30 At the Grand Exchange, buy as many willow logs as you can, then go down in a line and light them on fire. After you are done, collect the ashes from them, and sell them on the Grand Exchange for a profit of 2 to three coins each. Though this method is slow, and you will not make much money.
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