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|Posté le: Sam 27 Oct - 07:08 (2018) Sujet du message: What did I last do all those years ago? How can I do today?
|The beauty of Runescape at that time was the low system requirements and incredibly addictive grind-like gameplay. The MMORPG makes full use of a power system that requires experience points (EXP) to increase in levels, up to a total of 99 in every ability. Skills protect many areas buy RS gold , from battle to prayer, wood cutting into fishing, and smithing to crafting. There was enough content to keep all of us entertained, no matter which skill you chosen.
The community was enormous. Servers were continuously filling up and mini-games needed more than enough players for many rounds to be enjoyed. You could even hang out with different players and just talk a load of crap whilst spending hours at one time mining iron for that juicy 100,000 gold coin for 1,000 units of ore trade. We enjoyed PK'ing (player killing), questing (at times), and standard action grinding to find out who would be among the very first to strike 99 at a skill.
You can set up a new account called"magicdong400xXx" because that's the limitation of teenage creativity, grind tools, develop combat skills adhering to a specialist"pure" PK guide, make money, purchase cool-looking equipment (black trimmed addy armor anybody?) , then lose it in the wilderness. Rinse and repeat, and yes that meant creating a new account since we wanted to test out new strategies (that sucked).
In my surprise, Runescape is still going strong and there's even a mobile version along the way. It is drawing in tens of thousands of players every day with servers holding countless people.So I logged in and selected a server to join.
It was hard to believe that I actually had to put in a client to play Runescape. This was unheard of, particularly considering the fact that we only had Internet Explorer and Firefox at our disposals back in the afternoon to get the match. But boy has this game evolved. It is no longer the adorable Java game with a poor resolution and clunky UI. There is full-screen mode with some excellent visuals for what is basically a browser game.
It was actually incredibly confusing at first. What did I last do all those years ago? How can I do today?
Everything is so different. There are currently costumes OSRS gold , which can be essentially cosmetic items that can modify the appearance of your character without swapping out armor. This threw me off guard, as no longer was I able to quickly glance at a player and determine what he had been wearing.
There's also the addition of the Solomon Store, which is the home of micro-transactions from the sport. You can spend in-game bonds that are got through playing the game or use real money to purchase items. I'm not a fan of this at all, particularly given that this is a paid subscription match for many. (It's free-to-play, but you'll need to fork out for a subscription to get premium regions of the game and is completely worthwhile.)