I've not played many MMORPGs sincethen from sage's blog

Instead of OSRS gold being a single combat, RuneScape is a painstaking combat that's difficult and long, and that never really ends. It can also be satisfying if you're willing to put the time into it, as I was. It was at least for a year or so.

I've not played many MMORPGs sincethen, due to my constant loss and shame. The demands of real life are immense and I just don't have the time to let them take over my life. In all the games I've played that I've played, RuneScape is by far the most time-consuming, with endless levels to attain as well as items to collect. Many have died as a result of hours-long binge sessions of RuneScape's more youthful but well-known sibling, World of Warcraft, which I guess also makes it an eerie game.

On a typical day, I typically find me having fun playing Quake and Half-Life or playing Team Fortress 2 - games which are in full force leave their marks and then vanish. It's wonderful to play games that I enjoy and go on to forget about it quickly, and not worrying about how many logs of wood are in my inventory or the location I'm planning to go fishing in the coming session.

But I'm still missing a bit of the endless grind and long-term commitment (and the pain) that is RuneScape. In its third edition called 'RuneScape3' (from 2013) with additional content and a graphic revamp, there's a hint of hope that maybe I'll return to it to see how it's getting up to speed, as I would with an old friend.

Publisher Jagex cheap RS gold made it clear earlier this year that RuneScape would come out of early access on mobile this summer. As of today, anyone can dive into the long-running MMORPG across iOS as well as Android.

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