Recently, I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness


Recently, I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness

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PVP has become a series of RuneScape Gold about x, followed by an excuse for x. I find it difficult to find PVM players that don't have LS masses for me. This is due to the fact that I don’t play often enough to have a chaotic weapon or 160M available to purchase chaos.

I don’t mean to offend anyone. I'm just being a woman about it. But I feel that in the last 3-4 years people have gotten so much more serious about runescape and some even to the point of being a bit extreme. I don't have anything against anybody. I've played longer and have even had the pleasure of meeting some awesome 09ers.

It's a bit odd to me that for bossing at my level being able to purchase multiple levels that cost over 100 million is slowly becoming an essential requirement. It's a bit crazy that importing DKs with firebolt was a common practice. My level of play has been for less than 1/4 of the time that I have and they are really into runescape. I don't like being the random freeplayer that people see and say things like, "wow 99 mage you are a scumbag." However, I think things are getting too serious. I hope that people will be able to understand where I'm coming from.

Recently, I was thinking of minigames currently being played in the wilderness but are soon to be moved north to Falador. The idea in general is however, a disaster. They will just be put in a random place, rather than ensuring minigames get moved to the appropriate locations based on their backstory.

In any case I took an examination of the minigames that were played in the wilderness: Clan Wars. These minigames all RuneScape Gold 2007 to be very "wild-centred", meaning that they aren't logically discarded elsewhere.

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