I started playing RS one month prior to when RS2 was officially


I started playing RS one month prior to when RS2 was officially

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Disadvantages----Takes extremely long to see drops such as a sigil from corp or torva armour from nex and can get frustrating OSRS Gold the effort is well worth it. When you've got more requirements, like extremes and turmoil or weapons that are chaotic, you won't start seeing many drops. Only then will it become simpler to join teams that are good. Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of being the boss.

I am at level 129. I started playing RS one month prior to when RS2 was officially announced. It was easy for me to find the time (or days) to play RS because I was in middle school. I'm a normal kid. I was a good student and played my usual sports, and I was educated. There's only so much you could accomplish when you're young. Also, I was the first person in my region to have DSL. My 11-year old self learned so much about computers through that game.

But I'm not here to spray nostalgia all over your faces. RS has released a number of updates that are high-level in the past year: chaos weapons, godwars and nex, corp and all kinds of other crap. I don't mind the requirements but there are a few other things I don't have but if I had enough time to play, I admit I would certainly have them.

The most important aspect of RuneScape has been the evolution in the players' community. The majority of older players, who used to be members of large clans, have grown up in the past three years since PKing was removed. There's no going back to the old era of players, and the wilderness will not alter any thing. PVP has, I have to admit, become an unforgiving competition.

PVP has become an array of insults to x, followed by an excuse for x. I find it difficult to locate PVM players that don't have LS mass for me. This is because I don't play enough to be able to afford a chaotic weapon or Buy RuneScape 2007 Gold available to purchase chaos.

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