RuneScape is now an experience from Skyzhay's blog




Then God will bring back OSRS GP everything in Gielinor. Let it all be peaceful. Are you curious about the reason Gods cannot be killed? Let me explain my theory. I believe godship is only one aspect of a larger picture. I believe that even though their bodies have died, their minds can still be alive. For instance, Guthix has died, but there is balance in the Gielinor. Guthix can live so long as Saradomin, Zamorak keep Good and Evil in balance. Guthix is

It is interesting to hear that they are planning to create another RuneScape and I'm guessing they have not completely given up. As I saw it, RuneScape 2 was great for me because it was something you could play with any PC and you could effortlessly multi-task, and it had a simple yet complex scope to it.

RuneScape is now an experience that I do not enjoy playing. This is due to its no-trade or no-PVP focus since 2007. It is a diluted MMORPG that tries to be more than it is.

If the game were the same as it was before the Grand Exchange and all the other games, I'd play RuneScape while watching television. Instead, they took away what I enjoyed in exchange for improving it. It was not my taste anymore. The irony is, if I went back to OSRS, I would likely like it.

My issue is that I'd have to start over, and it is frustrating for someone who was active during OSRS days and I was unable to move my account to OSRS.

I was afraid of what you are afraid however, once I began Skilling I found myself hooked. I quit the day after RS3 release, and I have never logged in to the game. I have an account on Max Combat account that I share with some 99s. It's painful to login to RS3 again in 2007, but it's still a great method to achieve that Rush feeling again.

Restarting is a nightmare, however runescape gold 2007 once I began playing, I could not stop. The mobile release has really assisted. It's so simple to play from anywhere. It's great to play while taking a break for lunch.

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