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I've periodically checked in with RuneScape


When we came to home after school and playing onto our shared computers, and later , our own computers but leaving our bedroom doors open to yell strategies and ask for gold some of the best moments I had growing up.

I've periodically checked in with RuneScape through the years to ensure that my account from 2005 was in good condition. But it wasn't until about two months ago that I received a text from a trusted friend from my Gamer Squad* that simply said, "I want to play runescape" that I decided to embark on my journey into Gielinor.

As with any other excellent MMO, the objective in RuneScape differs from player to player. Perhaps you're looking to complete each and every one of the 200 quests and earn Legendary Hero status. Maybe you'd like to master at least one of 28 abilities to earn the famed Skill Mastery cape. Maybe you want to make billions from flipping goods at in the Grand Exchanges.

You can play the role of an asshole , and then go on to kill questing players out in the wilderness Also. Then there are the mini-games, events around the world, holiday events, and duels. The game is massive. It's also clear that Jagex hasn't stopped making updates to Gielinor. There's a multitude of new software, the most recent one being RuneScape Mobile, which launches on the 17th of June.

It was terrifying to go back to the RuneScape Grand Exchange and see people wearing armor and wielding swords that appeared to use god-killing power to smash my shiny dragon's armour, as well as my an abyssal whipped (that'd be pretty impressive if you played back in my day or even as a kid).

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Emilylowes 6 august 2022, 10:51
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