This is partly why I made the switch to OSRS

  • I mean certainly its only slightly faster than poh with butler? idk. I just make flapacks to RuneScape gold get yak track. It isn't really afk, you make 4 tables an inventory. Unless you have protean boards it will ever be afk. The take bob disrupted my apartment package making. Idk if that obtained hotfixed once I tried it. I really don't think that it disturbs if you add Take BoB to your action bar. Most activity bar stuff doesn't interrupt what you're doing. 1 team asked for opinions and community opinion, the other plonked it from the match. I believed it should have been photoshopped into make them look even more clownish. I translated it as a tongue-in-cheek kind of thing as is popular during dialogue in this game.

    OSRS feels like the actual runescape I enjoy playing than RS3. I was max prior to archeology, half way into 120 thieving, and I made the conscience decision that I'd rather re-max every skill from level 1 at osrs than play rs3 and grind 1 more 99.

    I've also moved from rs3 into osrs lately for comparable reasons. But one difficulty I have had with both games/communities is this idea that everyone wants to max or that maxing is somehow"the point" of the match. Coming out of a Dungeons and Dragons history (which much of early RS was very much based on) I've never had a campaign in which our party made it past level 10. Even with just like 3 decades of playing the exact same character. I left so many different characters back in pre-eoc since I actually embraced the Role-Playing facet of this MMORPG. I would just set myself special challenges or have a particular theme for the character. A lot of replay value. Sure, after nearly two decades there must be plenty of end game content. Nonetheless, it feels like that's all the community is focused on.

    My main account is a pure f2p in rs3 with a few 99s plus a couple more not far off. I stopped the game for a period of approximately five years and returned past October.

    I am really near my intentions of obtaining 99 Defence, Prayer, and Magic, along with my friend who has maxed twice today in f2p asked me that skill I was planning to work on next. I was like... there probably will not be a next. I'm getting these 99s because I like them or because they had been youth dreams . But I don't put any value in maxing. I'm not planning to do something I despise like Woodcutting or Fishing for hours just to see how the numbers go up. I mean, if I was a kid with all the time on earth I might. However, in my adult life I want a bit more out of my precious spare time. I want something engaging, instead of afkable.

    I moved to osrs and created an eventual Ironman. And I have set myself added thematic challenges and constraints. And while I could ultimately do the same thing in Rs3, I find that the unique equipment system of osrs makes different account builds more rewarding to perform with. Along with the neighborhood (especially YouTube content creators) is way more enthused about cheap RS gold that type of game play.