The most important aspect of RuneScape has been the evolution in the players' community. The majority of older players, who used to be members of large clans, have grown up in the past three years since PKing was removed. There's no going back to the old era of players, and the wilderness will not alter any thing. PVP has, I have to admit, become an unforgiving competition.
PVP has become an array of insults to x, followed by an excuse for x. I find it difficult to locate PVM players that don't have LS mass for me. This is because I don't play enough to be able to afford a chaotic weapon or 160M available to purchase chaos.
I'm not one to openly attack anyone. If anything I'm just being an honest woman. I'm sure that in the last three to four years, players have taken runescape seriously. I have nothing against anyone, I've played for longer than most people and I've met some very cool players in the 09er years.
However, it is strange that my boss being able purchase multiple levels for more than 100 million dollars is now a necessity. I remember when launching DKs with firebolt was considered normal, but now it's ridiculous. The players at my level have played for half as long as me and are very into runningescape. I'm not a fan of being the random freeplayer who people look at and say things like, "wow 99 mage you are a scumbag." However, things have taken on a seriousness that is beyond me. I hope that people will understand where I am being.
I was thinking recently about minigames that are currently in the wilderness, which are scheduled to be moved to a "Gamer's Grotto" north of Falador. Unfortunately, this is the general idea. Instead of making sure that minigames go to the correct places, according to their origins, they will simply be assembled in an unimaginative place.
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