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|Posted: Tue 8 Sep - 03:04 (2020) Post subject: I have a ton of super nooby moments in memory
|Back in 2006 I'd like to go round to my friends house and we'd play with Runescape together. I thought RuneScape gold was amazing and received a ring of zest to the very first time, however I didn't understand it degrades when I realised it had disappeared I accused him of falling it because I believed he was covetous, when I moved into the toilet. I had a full blown argument with him and we did not speak for fourteen days.
Hours on tut Island making a bunch of bronze daggers and swords thinking I could use them simply to find it out all disappeared when you teleport to mainland. Got lost my first time didn't realize you have to talk to the mage striking on a chicken so I walked all the way back to the beginning before somebody told me to Speak to the mage
I convinced my mum to get me membership after school one day when I first started murdering cows playing. I went to Taverley gate where I saw people stealing cakes, because that is the only way to a members place I knew at the time, pushed through catherby and white wolf mountain and ended up in ardougne market. I went back into the booth and trained my thieving and after a couple of Inventories of cakes a playermod began talking to someone from the chat.
I know I was young but I don't really get how I chased the functions of thieving and participant moderators in RuneScape but. I logged out after and stated something along the lines I ran out from the marketplace and'm really sorry. I ass believed a participant moderator was going to ban me. I was told by my cousin about the wilderness. I wound up running away from them once I discovered, thankfully until we got there.
I have a ton of super nooby moments in memory, but some favs - in'06/07 - being a f2p noob and thinking that abyssal whips were actually sausage links and wondering why so many people were running about wielding sausage links also, the classic trading away my whole mithril to get it trimmed and never seeing it and being heartbroken. Rather than knowing how combat lvls functioned and needing mine to seem"red" (higher lvled) to people if they right clicked me. So I recall walking around lumbridge as a lvl 11, asking people"whats my battle? Is my lvl reddish?".
And THEN in 2015 - I came back into RS(3) temporarily after not having touched RuneScape whatsoever since 2011. So I went to grab some gear, I wanted to train a bit of slayer. Obtained bandos chestplate and then I noticed"bandos platelegs". Bandos platelegs are something now?! And they are so cheap?! dank." So I purchased them. And wore them until I realized that they were just platelegs?? (thanks to this RS3 graphics and me being high and most importantly, ugh). And then eventually I was like"wait, why the hell am I even enjoying with this and not osrs?"Runescape needs players put RuneScape on steam and Epic games store
You understand the two these places take cuts from the revenue generated by sales through their platforms? They don't do it for charity, and jagex is more than large enough not to receive any status from them. Steam require epic take 12% and a 30% cut. There's not any way they don't attempt to create money from revenue runescape creates through their shop. Thus from jagex's position, they need to understand that being on these shops would make them more cash than it is going to cost to get them on and go through each of the logistics needed for that. It is probably better just to spend money buy RS gold and keep the profits in house.