Have you ever been wondering who the players with the fancy helmet icon on the chat? Perhaps you've seen some who appear different from OSRS Gold most of the players in the base, sporting strange set pieces that do not coincide with their appearance. They are the Ironmen the most committed players of Old School RuneScape that decided to complete everything in the game entirely on their own.
Since Ironman players are restricted to be self-sufficient (which means they are unable to trade or trade on an exchange like the Grand Exchange), they must depend on creating. Making the most of what you've got is the aim of one Ironman gamer, so we will help you with this. When you're crafting hides for boots and bodies or working on your uncut orb, forging steel to make new legs, forming silver jewelry, or using a grinding machine to crush some herbs - each of them is a form of crafting within the game.
Adventurers choosing to make their game harder than it already is may want to raise its level of difficulty by turning into an Ironman. There are currently three types of them in OSRS
Standard Ironman is required to be completely self-sufficient. This means that they won't have the ability to access any goods or items created or obtained via other player. This includes stealing drops, trading, entering their house as well as receiving EXP when they kill them, etc. Hardcore Ironman - Same as the above, however, death in this mode is punished by reducing Hardcore Ironman to the Standard Ironman. This does not apply to safe minigames, such as Nightmare Zone.
Ultimate Ironman - Just like above, they're given Standard Ironman restrictions with some additional restrictions. They are restricted from Cheap RS Gold using banks of RuneScape and are not allowed to use Managing Miscellania, or use an online seed vault. Furthermore, they will lose their possessions upon their the death of their loved ones (although they will be able to keep tradeable items).