There are many people playing OSRS online.
There are many content creators on Reddit, YouTube, and other sites showing off the latest updates, playing pranks on others, or just doing interesting jobs.
Some YouTubers enjoy great popularity in the community and also have a good reputation among OSRS players.
I watch some OSRS YouTubers for fun, to learn new and interesting training methods, or just to get ideas for fun things to do in the game.
Source Reddit: Here's a list from the Reddit community. The most popular OSRS YouTubers by number of views
So which OSRS YouTube accounts are the best to watch?
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Let's start and see:
Table of contents
- 12. MyNameIsB0aty
- 11. Flipping Oldschool
- 9. 25 bastards
- 8. Slayermusiq1
- 7. Wow
- 6. Theoatrix OSRS
- 5. Mr. Pugger
- 4. Sparc-Mac
- 3. C-Engineer
- 2. Off the handset
- 1. Done
MyNameIsB0aty, a fascinating YouTube channel with a variety of content.
Led by the charismatic and experienced B0aty, this channel offers an exciting experience with a variety of videos.
He is a great content creator who does a lot of different things. He or she often tells us about new updates and new content being added to OSRS.
11. Flipping Oldschool
Meet Flipping Oldschool, an immersive YouTube channel that brings you a variety of content.
Led by the dynamic and determined Flipping Oldschool, this channel features thrilling flipping videos, immersive Ge Only series, and insightful progress updates.
Prepare to be amazed as Flipping Oldschool embarks on an epic journey that begins with just 1 GM on the grand exchange and relentlessly flips items to accumulate riches, with the ultimate goal of acquiring the most expensive items in each slot.
Join the adventure and experience the rise of a master pinball player on the extraordinary Flipping Oldschool YouTube channel.
10. Link's Ocarina & Rargh
These two YouTubers make most of the videos together and often challenge each other to special PvP battles.
You've only been on YouTube for a short time, but you've already made quite an impression.
Usually prizes are also offered for these YouTube fights.
They often set goals that require them to obtain many items or equipment through random quests. When all these players have done their job, they will fight to the death!
Both have a lot of personality and are fun to watch.
9. 25 bastards
One of those YouTubers.
With a name like "25buttholes" it's easy to guess what kind of things this person does. And if you can't imagine it, you can just watch his show.
Most of his content is written in "Google Voice" and he often pokes fun at serious problems in OSRS, such as scamming or botting.
On YouTube, he's almost an anti-hero.
But he also made some very funny RuneScape music videos that you should all check out.
"Hello and welcome to my guide!"
You've probably heard these words before if you've watched Slayermuiq's guides on YouTube before.
This man is a gift from God. He is responsible for most of the YouTube quest guides and there is a guide for them on his channelevery questwhere he walks through the quest explaining all the necessary items, the requirements and methods to complete each part.
If you really need help finding it, start here.
I think most of the OSRS community has used its guides at least once. So if you're planning on making Mourning's End Part II, make sure you check it out!
Woox is just crazy.
He's unofficially the best OSRS player because he's done things most people can't even comprehend.
This guy must also have a supercomputer in his head because he does things that no one else would think of.
He actually teamed up with Jagex to make the Theater of Blood attack, one of the hardest in OSRS. Then he was the first player to go it alone, although people said he couldn't do it alone.
He also defeated six Jads without praying.
Woox was the first player to master the most difficult task in the game called "Inferno". This made it possible for the rest of us to do it. He is a player that will really blow your mind.
His YouTube page showcases all of his insane PvM feats. So if you really want to be impressed, I recommend watching his show.
He doesn't post often, but everything he posts is fun.
6. Theoatrix OSRS
Theoatrix is a great content creator who does many different things. He or she often tells us about new updates and new content being added to OSRS.
He looks at the content himself and tells us what he thinks in a video.
He also has many skill guides for levels 1-99, all of which are very helpful and up to date. Plus, some of his boss tips look great too.
He's also talked about things like bots and nerfs. But mostly he works on things that help people move forward with their accounts.
Just browse through his library and you'll find plenty of useful tips and tricks. I would tell new people to play with him.
5. Mr. Pugger
Sir Pugger has been trying to stop bots and gold farming in OSRS for a few months now. He has made many films showing where bots are and what they do.
He's even helped JMods ban some bot farms lately.
All these movies are very interesting and informative, especially when he prepares to take them off.
He has also made movies about exploits and pk'ing, all of which are very entertaining to watch.
I think his movie, in which he acts like a lever in the wilderness, is quite funny and clever.
Check out his YouTube account if you want to see funny and interesting videos.
The guys in the group know all about Sparc Mac's tricks.
He recently reached level 100 after a very long battle and the whole group came together to celebrate.
He often streams on Twitch and posts fun videos on YouTube. Most of these are just for fun with the community.
He's thrown big PKing parties, house parties, drop parties and probably been in the dueling ring once or twice.
Sparc Mac is well known in the community and has a lot of money. This way he can try out new things and buy what he wants with his money.
His bank currently has tens of billions of dollars.
And it's also a lot of fun to watch his Deadman fashion videos. So if you have time, be sure to check it out!
Without a doubt, C Engineer is one of the most original and creative OSRS content creators.
He was the first to complete your in-game challenges. In fact, you would write a challenge for his latest video and if you were lucky he would try it.
Some of them were very funny and very interesting to watch.
He recently started the trend of imprisoning HCIMs in PvP worlds and then went on a killing spree of sorts where he killed most of the people who did what he was doing.
He also created a new HCIM for PvP only. At the time of writing, he has $2 billion in prize money up for grabs. Let's see how long he can live.
But whatever happens, this person is a very good PKer. And I really like what he writes.
He also posts a lot so following his feed is a good idea.
2. Off the handset
Torvesta is always and only a horseman. And he is also one of the best Pk players in OSRS.
The man with the bird's nest as a head can switch gears perfectly and puts you at the table faster than you think.
He's also very laid back and one of the funniest things he does is troll OSRS streams.
I'll admit that the "Skill Specs" videos of him targeting another Pk'er may be the best I've seen on YouTube.
And Torvesta created a lot of accounts and tried a lot of different ways to pk. In the last few months he has created his own HCIM and even done Pk'd with it.
All in all what he does is fun and interesting and you should see his opinion.
Most people think people who start an Ultimate Ironman are crazy, but Settled made one, which is an amazing feat that only a few hundred people could pull off.
But that wasn't enough for him.
So he started the most famous OSRS series on YouTube called Swampletics centered around an ultimate Ironman.
He was an ultimate Ironman who had to stay in Morytania to complete the Theater of Blood.
The show had some issues, but in the end it was a lot of fun to watch. And people kept talking about it.
He recently returned to his Ultimate Ultimate Ironman with a new goal:
To get the weirdest and most powerful items in OSRS for his Ultimate Ironman. This would make him one of the few players in the game to have such crazy items in an ultimate fashion.
This man is engaging and very nice. If you like Old School RuneScape, you should check out its feed.