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The combat is dull. No, actually. EoC should make this much more fluid and dynamic but still allow minimal interaction if you want with OSRS gold the momentum ability.

The robots are everywhere. Sort of fixed... kind of.

The sport is actually grindy. Even for an MMO.

That is among the worst stuff. The time that it takes to train abilities, which are necessitated, and the absence of use of these skills once you train them except to do quests. Let's take two modern MMOs which are well-played: Star Wars: The Old Republic and Guild Wars two. A bit of googling reveals a max SWTOR character takes approximately 150 hours, give or take. A Guild Wars 2 character was lately maxed in 36 hours. No exploits.

So how much time does it take to get maxed combat stats from Runescape? Let's discount Prayer and Summoning, since those require massive inputs of cash from elsewhere, but keep magical since maxing the other skills should pay for the price of the. Let's also discount Constitution, because that is trained mechanically. In a very rough estimate, let us provide a generous 150k xp/hr throughout the board for all the skills. Each ability is 13500k xp, that is 13,500,000. That is 90 hours to acquire a single combat skill to 99. Attack, Power, Defence, Magic, and Ranged are 5 skills, so now you have 450 hours 'max' your personality without non-combat skills.

The Zombiefication. I have a theory about zombies and their allure. We identify with them. They are voiceless. They live to eat, to eat. They perish. Zombies are the 99%. Let us detour past Lord of the Rings until we head over to Runescape. We disappear into novels as we do to some good game. The heroes each voice their thoughts. The heroes choose to oppose the Ring. And then we return to Runescape. Runescape a magical land where all are equivalent.

Where all can have a state to the game makers. In Buy old school runescape gold we could choose. To skill, to kill, or chat, or be a pure, or foruminate, fish for a little while, quest, or dancing for gold or even a laugh. We have voice and choice. Or do we? Lord of the Rings has been around for sixty decades, it outlived its founder. It appears to be thriving. What of Runescape? Your pick.

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