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Start date 11-12-21 - 09:20
End date 31-12-21 - 09:20
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    The bandos armour/ fire capeor chaos weapons increase the chance of being killed and thrown in teams. They can also assist you save money when it's time to buy party caps. It is possible to save money by investing in the effigies of bosses (ONLY SOLO’S) to more expensive abilities such as herblore. People with low levels of expertise can be trusted to do massive jobs for their bosses. They can also get great lootshares.

    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. It is not common to see a lot of drops before you gain more requirements, such as extremes, turmoil and chaotic weapons to be able join good teams. Discuss more disadvantage or benefits in bossing.

    I am currently level 129. I began playing RS about one month before the official launch of RS2. Since I was in middle school at the time, it was simple to locate the time (days) to play RS. I'm a normal kid. I was a good student and played my usual sports, and was educated. But when you're than young there's only so much stuff you can do, and I was among the first people in my county to get DSL in the early days (Still are using it fuuuu.png) So what was wrong with having my scapes on? God only knows what this game taught me about computers.

    However, I'm not here to spread nostalgia all over you. Over the past year, RS has released a plethora of high level updates: turmoil (which I hate) chaos weapons godwars, godwars, nex corp, all kinds of crap. The requirements don't bother me but there are a few other things I don't have however, if I had the enough time to play I'm sure I'd definitely have them.

    The community is what has made RuneScape an enjoyable experience. The majority of older players who were members of large clans have grown up over the three years since PKing was eliminated. There is no way back now. The next generation of players is here and there's no way back. PVP has turned into a competitive nightmare I'm sorry to say.

    PVP has become an array of insults to x, followed by an excuse for x. It's difficult to find decent PVM teams that don't have LS masses for me, because I don't play frequently enough to be a chaotic weapon or possess the extra 160 million to purchase chaos.

    I'm not openly insulting anybody, if anything I'm being a woman about this kind of thing. However, I believe that people have become more committed to runningescape in the past three or four years. I'm not judging anyone for having played more and even met some pretty chill 09ers.

    It's a bit odd for me that being boss at my level and having the ability to buy multiple levels that cost over 100 million dollars has become a necessity. Since the practice of magning DKs using firebolt is considered normal, it's absurd. My level has been playing for less than 1/4 of the time that I've had and they're really into runescape. I'm not a fan of being the random, unpaid player that people say stuff such as "wow 99 mage your life is over." But, I feel that things are becoming too serious. I hope that people can see the ramifications I'm coming from.

    Recently, I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness but are soon to be moved northwards to Falador. But so it appears the overall concept is a disaster. Instead of making sure that minigames go to the right places based on their backstory they will simply be put together in an absurd place.

    To be honest I did check out the minigames found in the wilderness. Most of them appear to be incredibly "wild-centred" which is to say that they aren't logical to be placed in a different location.

    Since it's located in the far north The Mage Arena can be dangerous and it is possible to be attacked. Additionally, you cannot fight with the same gear in the event you get assaulted. Stolen creation is a camp dedicated to the worship of and reincarnation of ghosts who haunt the godwars battlefields. The fist is guthix, an ancient battle site which is maintained and guarded by the Druids of Guthix, is where many warriors meet to fight every day, and to gain the arena's's's's's's's's.

    I'm aware that the actions 2 and 3 will remain. However, I also know that Clan Wars is not always restricted to the wilderness. Clan Wars' ability to engage in combat for training purposes can easily be moved to the famous Al Kharid duel zone. Set up a few interdimensional rifts using the same magic used to make POHs (yes there's a story behind it that is worth a read ) and that is fine and fun.

    The possibility of taking the creation could be possible given that the revenants have been confined to a cave. In my opinion, the mystic's camp should be situated at the center.

    Fist of Guthix must go however, why is that? It's located in low level wilderness. There is no need to bring anything. Players have the option of Teleport this is great as it is possible to be killed, but you won't lose anything. Personally, I wouldn't mind.

    You know, I'm wondering whether Sir Amik Varze really is a knight. The White Knights (By Guthix they are better known as the Kinshra) is a political and military organization. But in feudal society (yes, RuneScape does not pay any attention whatsoever to how nations were run or the size the land... places aren't big enough...) a knight is at the bottom while the king is the top and only gets defeated by an Emperor.

    Amik is a peer in the event that he was the head of the king's horse. This could also make Burthorpe an official principality. I'm guessing the actual principality is bigger than the city.

    For the Kinshra they were exiled the Kinshra from Falador and on the mountains (I'm thinking there's an enormous mountain range that separates Asgarnia and Misthalin from the Wilderness... it seems odd to have a single mountain standing on its own) so I'm guessing that is what makes Daquarius the chief of the Kinshra, an aristocratic.
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