It’s fascinating to observe the different playstyles I’ve indulged in over the years; from tearing through boss runs to running a roleplaying clan to hours of skills OSRS Gold, to complete some specific task.
In the present, I prefer to play slowly, rarely using anything which might increase the amount of XP I earn thus allowing me to enjoy the long haul to level up. I often read while doing so – it’s oddly peaceful to hear the clink of my mattock or pickaxe as background noise.
What keeps me returning to RuneScape is how it makes me feel like a living organism, constantly changing with new challenges and places. It is the skill and the interwoven tapestries that bring the different aspects of gameplay together, which let me go from creating runestones, to hunting dinosaurs. My personal favourite is Archaeology, because of how it combines lore-based exploration with incredible skill development.
Regarding RuneScape history, you should never forget the questlines. I’ve been there and experienced gothic horror as well as epic fantasy, and one man’s desire bake cakes. I’ll never forget the hours they spent inside The Temple of Light, even when I wish I could. Also, there’s Old School RuneScape through which I can time travel back to the game that I was captivated by.
I’ve had breaks while playing some new game or RuneScape throughout the many years. The longest was when Evolution of Combat (also known as EoC) was released rs gold 2007. the abilities and action bars were in conflict with the RuneScape section of my brain.