The first Guild I would love to talk about would be the Cooking Guild. In here you may find a financial institution which can be used if you've completed Varrock's Achievement Diary, their is the Head Chef who owns the Cooking Skill Cape, a salesman who sells pops, some supplies that may be utilised to create pies for example applies and pie tins, a Dairy Churn, a wheat field from the trunk, and a bark mill.
Thus far, the Guild is pretty good. What would make the Guild better is if their could be something like a restaurant mini-game. To begin with, the Guild would have to be enlarged a bit. If you ask me, it is very small. When it was expanded, along with a fourth floor has been added, it could be utilized a restaurant mini-game location.
To begin this mini-game, you must have a white apron and a Chef hat on. Following that, you have to speak with the Head Chef and he will take you to the fourth floor. He will inform you that you have to take the equipment on the table and await folks to order. When they purchase, you must make their meals before they get mad and leave. Some customers will get more angry at a quicker rate. The more clients you serve, the greater expertise reward you will receive. Here is a chart that will demonstrate the different customers and the problem level.
If all clients are served, should be half total, you may receive fifteen million experience. Just spend the amount of customers you served divide it by 2 then multiply by 1000. Next is that the Ranging Guild. This isn't a very fun Guild at all. I believe the only thing you can do here is to play with a mini-game in which you take a target for a number of tickets that may be used to buy items which you could purchase at the Varrock Ranging Store.
There are a few shops where you could buy some simple range gear, but just about everything there can be bought in Varrock. This doesn't look to be an excellent place at all if your attempting to train range. It simply seems like a basic yard with a few targets to shoot. Nothing like a Guild.