I am level 129 and began playing OSRS Gold around a month prior to when RS2 was launched officially. Since I was in middle school at the time, it was simple to locate the timing (days) to play RS. I'm referring to the fact that I was a normal child with good academics. I also did regular sports. As a young person, there's only so much you can do. I was the very first person in my county to have DSL. (I still have the file fuuuu.png). So what's wrong in me getting my scape on. God only knows what that game taught me about computers.
However, I'm not here to nostalgia. RS has issued a huge number of updates over the past year, which includes chaos, godwars (which I hate) godwars, godwars, nex and corp, as well as mounds of other high-level information. While I don’t mind the demands but there are a lot of things I don’t possess, however, if I had the time allowed, I would most certainly have them.
The community has experienced the biggest changes in RuneScape. The majority of players that were part of large clans over the last 3 years have grown up. There is no turning back now. The new generation of players is here and there's no way to go back. The PVP community I must say is now a nightmare for competitive players.
PVP has become nothing but a trade of insults about x followed by and excuse for x. I find it difficult to locate PVM players who aren't LS masses for me. This is due to the fact that I don’t play often enough to have a chaotic weapon or 160M to buy chaos.
I'm not offending anyone however I am an adult woman in this matter. However, I believe that people are becoming more committed to runningescape in the past three or four years. I have nothing against anyone, I've played longer than the majority of players and I've met some very chill players in the 09er years.
It's odd to me that being boss at my position and being able to buy multiple levels that cost over 100 million dollars has become a necessity. While maging DKs by firebolt was once considered normal but now it's ridiculous. People who are at my level have played for half as long as me, and they're really into runescape. I'm not a fan of being the random freeplayer people might see saying things like "wow 99 mage you don't have a life." But, the situation has become way too serious for me. I would like people to see my point of view.
Recently, I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness but will soon be relocated northwards to Falador. The general idea is, however, a disaster. The minigames will be placed in some random location, rather than ensuring minigames are moved to correct locations according to their background.
To be fair, I did decide to look at the mini-games that are available in the wilderness. These minigames all seem to be "wild-centred", meaning that they're not logically put away elsewhere.
The location of the Mage Arena in the far north is frightening because you could be attacked traveling. In addition, it doesn't permit you to utilize the full range of equipment in the event the event of an attack. All the actions take place in the wild. To remove it is not logical since it's an attempt to show that wilderness safeguards work. Stealing Creation is a place to the worship and resurrection of the spiritres who recur haunt godwars battlefields.
The activities 2 and 3 remain, but I also know that Clan Wars doesn't necessarily need to be a wilderness-based game. The possibility of fighting one another for training purposes could be easily transferred to Al Kharid's famed duel arena. The mages could create an interdimensional rift employing the same method to create POHs (yes, there's a backstory:D) and it's everything nice and classy.
Maybe the idea of stealing creation can be moved, given that the revenants have gone into a strange cave. I believe the central location of the mystic's camp is best.
Why is Fist of Guthix required to leave? It's located in low-level wilderness therefore you don't need to carry anything. You have the option of teleporting to other members. While you may get hurt, it is not impossible to lose your stuff. I wouldn't mind, personally.
I'm curious to find out whether Sir Amik is really a knight. The White Knights (By Guthix they are better known as the Kinshra) is a political and military organization. But in feudal society (yes, RuneScape does not pay any attention whatsoever to the way countries were run or the size land... areas are too small...) A knight is at the bottom and the king is at the top and only gets defeated by an Emperor.
Amik, if he was in charge of the king's horse then surely he would be a peerage like the Grand Duke? Also that would make Burthorpe an official principality (I'm thinking that the principality is huge and that the town is the capital).
As for the Kinshra they were expelled from Falador as well as on the mountain ranges. (I'm thinking there's a massive mountain range that divides Asgarnia/Misthalin from Wilderness... It seems odd to have one mountain that is its on its own.) I believe this is what makes Daquarius the leader of Kinshra and a marquiss.
It makes sense because he is a Lord. Also, Sir Amik is a knight and not a lord as Daquarius. What do you think? What is the best way to allow a knight the power to rule a nation? Sorry for a few bits that aren't related, I copied and pasted it directly from a blog article I wrote on the RSOF.
The grave issue makes the most sense to me, for those who aren't aware this, it's the argument that grave stones aren't blessed because thieves will take your treasure. It's hard to believe that this was the case prior to 2007. You didn't have a grace period of 6 minutes to collect your items.
One argument has been made is that bosses who are new hires are a requirement for graves. Does that really hold? Tormented Demons was an incoming boss in 2008 and I'm not aware of any. However, when I duo me with my partner I pray for him (well he blesses mine, and he's not yet dead). I am able to make it back in just 3 minutes. The whole argument about gravestone blessing is irrelevant. It's not really a matter of if your grave has been blessed. You can still get back.
Corpreal Beast, on contrary, was deliberately designed to avoid the gravestone mechanic, I hope Jagex looked at it and hung there heads with shame on the bear bosses without chance of a risk, and therefore created a system to ignore gravestones. Now you only have 2 minutes to go back to your belongings. It's not possible to leave the area before it's the public's loot.
Finally Nex I'm not yet to take on her, so forgive me if I'm off. You can argue that Nex would have had these mechanics because most people believe that Jagex was working on the update for a long period of time. While a blessing can help bring back to where you were, it is strongly thought that Nex would have had this feature.
All other bosses were created to be played with no gravestones. You can get things back from Bandos KBD, Chaos Ele and Mole when you have a grave that doesn't contain bless. DKs and Sara are found in graves with bless.
Also, graves greatly reduce the chance of RS. We know that someone will not bless your grave so that they have the chance to spit on your fury, this is the point. They aren't a penis, it's the way in which the RS death penalty works and has been distorted by graves.
The bless was always meant to be a substitute for a person taking items and giving them back to you. It was not as a generic "nerf death" button. It has evolved into an item for a friend to help you out in the event of your death. Here's the solution: you have three options. It is best to only take risks that you can afford to loose. We're hoping to see a reduction in bosses who have gear that is overloaded because they have a very slim possibility of losing it.
Bossing with friends - This is what people used to do before they died, if they wanted to take less risk. Boss as you like, but remember that If you fail to bless, it's only you to be accountable to. This absurd debate has ended.
The PKing Community in RuneScape was an acceptable community back in the past, when the wilderness of old was present (this was years ago). We first asked "dm?" or "fight?" Before we attacked or fought someone. We wanted to make sure that the person was prepared and we could have a fun, clean, fair fight.
People also have dm'ed. Too often, in RuneScape these times, I'll request anyone "dm?" You'll get a reply of "sure", or "yes" within minutes.
We also pinted our best accounts to one another, our mains. This was more fun because the stats were balanced, so it was an actual battle, and it was it was fun to watch range beat magic, mage beat melee, etc. Now we have these pures that are totally unbalanced, and this has made PKing less fun.
Is it me, or have the PKing communities lost their integrity in the past? These are just some of the instances I've come across however I'm sure there's others. Do you think that this integrity will be restored by the old wilderness returning or do you think it will be just an area for RuneScape annoyances?
Many people aren't aware of all the items, and not just those which have changed since 2007. One thought that occurred to me was that in 2007 I believe we had a very small screen, which meant that the view field was not as large. The camea was constantly changed. Players can now see others without worrying about the camera.
Wilderness wall. Items dropped everyone can see instantly. It is just the way technology has improved. People with faster or better connections. YouTube was extremely popular back then. But, it has really increased in its popularity since. A lot of users are trying to make videos to "compete". Duel arena is now available for no cost. It will be the same if staking is back.
The bone yard that was my favorite was taken. I hope this is renovated. Are you aware of any old locations for battles that are still available for new players? The castle in the dark was not occupied. I had a more extensive list of things to add, but now I am blank. There could be more things that I can add.
The guide: We often see these merchanting clans always pick specific items every couple of days to purchase and wait a designated period to offer the items at a more expensive price. By now you should be aware of. These people actually sell these items a day before everybody else does so that they only make a profit and everyone else is trapped in a state of inflammation.
What are these leaders of clans taking a look at? What do they consider when deciding on the most profitable item to offer? It's very simple. Jagex has the solution. Go to the Grand Exchange section of this website. This section gives information on the changing prices in the in-game runescape markets.
It's likely that the 'Price Drops section will be the one you'll be looking through. It is here that you'll find the best products for sale. It is the most simple and reliable method of earning money. Other players also know about it. The more you purchase and the more players purchase more, the more the profit increases.
Here are some guidelines for using the Top 100 biggest item drops. It is important to know about items like "air runes", which are too many available to purchase for yourself. You can reserve your money for certain items such as armor, ores, and fish (raw or cooked) as well as other raw materials.
After you find the product you want make sure that it hasn't dropped in value over the last 180 days. This is because, unless it's a unique type that I will discuss later, the price of the item will likely to continue falling. Since I've lost a lot of money for items that have dropped by more than 4 percent in the past seven days, I will never buy them.
Special Items(Usually not listed in the list of top 100) There are some particular items, like certain kinds of fish or ores that most people will never see in the top 100 list because as they do decrease at a fast rate, they aren't enough to make it onto the list. Merchant clans earn their money by selling these items. They'll spend around an hour looking up the cost of certain items that have been reported to rise from a low to a high within three days.
You can use on the internet for these items (I will provide an overview for those who are interested) or you can use a program that finds the most popular merchandise to purchase for the week. (I have seen one. It's on my laptop, as it is homemade lol). These items aren't easy to find, even though most of them are necessities like food as Old School RS Gold as "skilling". Here's a list of what I find to be the most valuable items to sell over short amounts of time. Just get some of your friends on board to assist you in raising prices by buying more of one type of an item!