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I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness

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I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness

The bandos/fire cape armour/ chaotic weapons can Buy OSRS Gold your percentage in getting kills and getting into teams. It can be a huge help when trying to afford things that are valuable, like party hats. You can save money by using effigies that bosses will drop (ONLY SOLO'S). People who fear being bossed because of their low level are still able to do great for their bosses and might even be able earn a lot of money by using the amazing lootshare system.

Disadvantages----Takes extremely long to see drops such as a sigil from corp or torva armour from nex and can get frustrating but the effort is well worth it. When you've got more requirements, such as extremes and chaos, or chaotic weapons, you won't start seeing many drops. Only then will it be easier to join good teams. Discuss the drawbacks and advantages of being bossy.

I am level 129 and began playing RS 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 RuneScape 3 Gold minigames are moved to correct locations according to their background.

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