Involving people from the RuneScape communities

  • In the early aughts in the early aughts, when the internet set the world of gaming with LAN games, a kind of fantasy-based experience was born as the MMORPG, or Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game for all you newbies with OSRS Gold.

    There were games such as World of Warcraft or Guild Wars which allowed you to talk and play with players from all over, and all you required was an internet connection. My preferred fantastical game of choice was RuneScape which involved me and my brother joining forces to take on the Corporeal Beast as well as learn to cook the most delicious monkfish and play a few rounds Gnome Ball.

    That time of getting to home after school and playing on the shared computer and later our own computers but leaving our bedroom doors wide open to shouting strategies and beg for gold, were some of the best memories I remember having as a kid.

    I've periodically checked in with RuneScape over the years to verify that my account created in 2005 was still in good shape. It wasn't until two months ago that I received a text from a dear friend in my *Gamer Squad*, which simply read, "I want to play runescape," which I began on my journey into Gielinor.

    Like any good MMO, the objective in RuneScape changes drastically depending on the player. Maybe you'd like to finish each one of the more than 200 quests in order to earn Legendary Hero status. Maybe you'd like to master one of the 28 talents required to obtain the famous Skill Mastery cape. Perhaps you'd like to make billions by flipping things on the Grand Exchanges.

    You could be an asshole or go to the slaughter of questing players out in the wilderness You could also be a hunter. And that's not even including the mini-games, world events battles, holidays, and duels. The game is massive. And it's obvious Jagex has not stopped developing Gielinor. There's an array of new shit, the latest being RuneScape Mobile, which launches on the 17th of June.

    It was awe-inspiring to go back to the RuneScape Grand Exchange and see people with swords and armor which looked like they could make use of god-killing power to destroy my old, shiny dragon's armour, as well as an abyssal whip (that'd be awesome if you played it back in my days children).

    Even the menus were different, though it turns out the nice people at Jagex put in place a great deal of support for older players which included a traditional menu mode with Buy OSRS Gold. In another nod towards old players, I ecstatic to find out that when I went to Lumbridge and spoke to Hans the legendary NPC from the beginning, Hans would reward me with a five-, 10 15-year veteran cape. The 15-year cape is something to look at; it's got fire burning in the top.