Glad to see all of the invasive mtx to get rs3

That is the reason it pays to wait until the Q&A planned for now since today this post does not age as well. That boss seems like exactly what the game needs to spice up fishing. As an OSRS player, I don’t understand why players still play rs3 if that bugs them much. Plus the notion that you’re already paying for RuneScape gold. Am I missing some thing? Hey we’re getting new mtx promotion! Take that OSRS.

Rs3 is a joke anyway. Don’t worry, we’ll get another MTX material copy-paste shortly enough.

At this time if it would speed up things, I’d rather see them begin to rewrite RS3 from the bottom up. We got the upgrade to dwarf mine and some people reported broken banks. If a graphical upgrade breaks core characteristics of our character, Jagex seriously needs to consider building a (largely ) future proof code on the game’s base level. No more”engine work” excuses, no longer”spaghetti code”, and no longer tick speed explanations. It would be quicker and cheaper to rewrite it vs months QA’ing something just for something unexpected to crack on release. Osrs actual game.

Otherwise for OSRS Runescape would have likely been shut down completely by now, how bout rather than complaining try being thankful that our game still exists. Get off the sinking boat. Cut your losses and start playing with OSRS. I believe OSRS and RS3 both squander their potential in terms of skilling. This can be cool, but OSRS still has a long way to go just like RS3.

RS3 does progress, it simply is not valued as much I’d say. Mahogany houses is trendy, but can it be better than, say, Shifting Tombs? The thing is that no one cares about Shifting Tombs because it’s high effort. Even if rewards are solid or it’s adequate for training – which simply does not matter to Old School RS Gold many people. Why would they bother doing a top effort method when they could AFK?

Dingbest Asked on September 19, 2020 in Awards.
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