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Returning to runescape. How good is it now? What are the differences?
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Location: SICHUAN, 710005
Country CHINA
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Start Date: Fri, August 28 2020
Expire Date: Thu, December 31 2020 00:00
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I have not played in a very long time. I quit right after the grand exchange was inserted. I lost interest and burnt out on it. I have a couple questions. Back when I played with RS gold, you did not really require a membership until about level 45 (I believe ), is this still correct? Is this wilderness? There's a literally not enough words to explain how you have to catch up (if you want that ofc). I'd suggest seeing a returning player guide to RS3 from youtube.

There are a great deal of new quests, player abilities, new areas to explore and new pvming supervisors. Btw yes RS3 is more of a pvm sport than pvp. So unfortunately pvp in this game is quite dead because no one wants to risk more valued items that required them 15 hours to get from a boss. If nostalgia or pvp articles is what youre looking to get out of the experience, I would recommend OSRS. If however, you are open to the new changes in this game or if u fancy lore, updated/modernized gameplay vs the notorious old runescape ability beats then RS3 is Runescape for one to stay.

If you really like the PVP and the nostalgic feel of this 2007 design Runescape system, I'd say go with OSRS. You like the EOC system and if quests and PVM are important for you, I would say RS3 might be the better choice for you. You may even swap into the heritage program in RS3. I swap when I get tired of play with and RS3 OSRS and then when that gets boring, I continue playing with RS3. Individuals who argue to be exceptional are delusional. They waste time but in the close of the day, everyone constantly will have their own tastes and opinions. Do not get sucked into it and play any version of Runescape, so you can choose for your self, which variant you would like.

You may anticipate a dramatic decline in players overall from G.E days, at least RS3. The upsidedown, is RS3 has more going for it up to endgame goes, and the street getting there is easier in comparison with older school rs. Regrettably, microtransactions have entered Runescape as you could just basically purchase your way in such a manner that trivializes training annoying that was certain skills. If microtransactions get your platelegs / skirt at a spin, you can always play Ironman mode where there is no option for buying your way to some 99, but you can't trade players. Overall the reason I don't play with school, is because I have sunk nearly 10,000 hours in this game. I really don't feel like doing this again just for the nostalgia.

Take a look at 2007 Runescape - your accounts advancement will still be on runescape 3 though, you can play a version from buy RuneScape gold back in the day (using lots of additional updates by today, however same heart gamplay and graphics) everyone made a new start on 2007scape servers. This would be the runescape how you remember it, in case you're searching for engaging pve content I would totally take a peek at RS3 though.


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