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Start date 11-07-20 - 14:38
End date 31-07-20 - 14:38
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    MTX gets updated on a weekly basis with content. Arcaheology is this year's update, we will not get anything some time. I would suggest something else. The battle system seems laggy due to the tick system + skill based combat. The bossing is really boring compared to other MMOs. The questing is pretty average compared to much more fleshed out lore in other MMOs.

    The problem is that the pay. The most effective way to perform RuneScape is to simply spend money on MTX. Some people don't mind that, but from somebody that enjoys efficacy it's a bit annoying knowing that the biggest variable in your efficiency is how much you are willing to spend. That as well as the dreadful graphics/awful makeup. If you're trying to sink cash into a match then it's definitely for you.

    Stopped playing Runescape at 2005, only started playing a Couple of Days back and I forgot how entertaining RuneScape was.

    So servers are down and today I'm bored, so I might as well post something about the way I have been feeling while playing for the last five days after being out from RuneScape for roughly 15 decades. First up was that the sensation of being overwhelmed. There is really no other sport like Runescape when it comes to what to do if make your personality. I legit didn't know where to begin because it had been so open. Level battle skills? Level magical? Teleporting seems fine.? That may be beneficial.

    It was pretty fun although I opted to do a little bit of everything, which probably wasn't efficient. I will say I'd forgotten how that the stock in RuneScape is, and it took a while to recognize what I want to be picking up and what I need to just ignore. Additionally, I realized I know next to nothing about RuneScape. I don't know if that's because I was 13 when I last played and therefore very dumb, or if a lot has changed since then, but there's so many things I do not recall. Being able to note half the quests, things, and also the exchange that is grand proved new to me, and there's end game raids or something? Like real supervisors with mechanics? Something to anticipate.

    Speaking of quests though, I realized how tedious and interesting they are. And I know this will be hated by some people since it ruins the experience or anything, but following a couple quests I just started looking up exactly what the requirements were. I know, I know, the entire point of RuneScape is to research and learn things as you go, but guy running back and forth over and over for different pursuit items is much more debilitating than simply buying everything ahead of time and getting it done quicker. That being said that the quests are fun, the conversation is really nice and although there are not lots of 2 play quests I did not believe any of them were badly made or designed.

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