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StevenCao Feb 11, 12:11AM

I, unfortunately, missed out on the first Runescape, joining in 2004 when Runescape 2 went live (which attracted 3D graphics and other substantial updates )back when I was a teen in school. I don't even need to runescape gold for sale know the amount of hours and friends lost to Runescape across multiple accounts -- it would be well in the thousands.

The beauty of Runescape then was the very low system requirements and incredibly addictive grind-like gameplay. The MMORPG makes complete use of a power system that requires experience points (EXP) to rise in amounts up to a total of 99 in every skill. Skills cover many areas, from combat to prayerwood cutting into fishing, and smithing to crafting. There was enough content to keep us entertained, whichever skill you preferred.

The neighborhood was massive. Servers were continuously filling up and mini-games needed more than enough players for several rounds to be enjoyed. You may even hang out with different players and simply talk a load of crap while spending hours at a time mining iron for this succulent 100,000 gold coin to get 1,000 units of ore trade. We enjoyed PK'ing (player killing), questing (occasionally ), and general activity grinding to see who would be among the very first to strike 99 at a skill.

You can establish a new account called"magicdong400xXx" because that is the limitation of adolescent creativity, grind tools, develop combat skills adhering to a specialist"pure" PK manual, make money, purchase cool-looking gear (black trimmed addy armor anyone?) , then lose it in the jungle. Rinse and repeat, and meant making a new account because we wanted to test out new approaches (that sucked).

To me, Runescape is still going strong and there is even a mobile variant along the way. It's drawing in tens of thousands of gamers each and every day with servers carrying countless people.So I logged in and picked a host to combine.

It had been hard to think I really had to download a customer to perform Runescape. This was unheard of, especially considering the fact that we just had Internet Explorer and Firefox at our disposals back from the how to make money fast on runescape day to access the game. But boy has this game evolved. It's no longer the cute Java game with a poor resolution and clunky UI. There is full-screen manner with a few really good visuals for what is essentially a browser game.