I have played RS3 periodically


  • In the end, efficacy doesn't matter. Doing creating your way, and what interests you, you're fine. As for where you should be in 35 hours of playtime, difficult for me to tell, when I began, RuneScape was much different than it is currently, and the rate of progress was distinct. Wiki and I'll continue to google the hell out of what. It's been entertaining, I only agree with RuneScape gold your article that things would be far better when I had my hands held via the UI and the fundamentals. I'll get there. I'm presuming RuneScape becomes social because you level up--it is pretty lonely right now.

    I've honestly tried to appreciate RS3. If its the artwork style but I feel like idk where I am idk. The amount of (at least me) non-user friendly menus makes it such a clutter and very confusing on how the UI functions to where id rather use the heritage one just so that I have some kind of sequence. With that I could never learn that the new combat as the UI was bothersome to use. I know what I'm doing in rs3 and in osrs its. I really do love the quality of life things and the toolbelt. The xp skipping though does disturb me as I just feel as though u can only skip the grind more or less so that which feels less rewarding. As its easier to understand person who played in the afternoon to return to it just to play OSRS.

    RS3 is really a great game that was complete, it's just packaged very poorly and immensely overwhelming to ex-players. I have played RS since Classic at 03 and played with RS3 article EOC for quite some time. I enjoy the battle and abilities but I have returned to OSRS because it is more akin to RuneScape I liked. RS3 seems to be tailored to players and stuff that I don't have any interest in. OSRS is comfortable and far more chill which is exactly what I personally enjoy in an MMO, although both are great games.

    I'm one of those osrs players after getting all elites done on osrs and simply not having time to get what I want anymore now with work. I'm just taking rs3 slow and performing it how I want rather than being crazy efficient from the gate. I see all the crazy stuff and events but I simply ignore it for now, but definitely will feel the pain afterwards when attempting to determine what I should do and what I could dismiss when I need. But I was amazed if you spend some time researching how new player rs3 is money wise. Like mix runecrafting and simple clues are not too bad starting off for you going.

    I have played RS3 periodically since 2015 later at least 5 decades of inactivity. Even to this day that I feel slightly overwhelmed by all of buy OSRS gold the attributes, pop ups and events; treasure hunter, cosmetics, the vast number of distractions and diversions etc., plus they are not even core aspects of RuneScape in my view; abilities and quests are the cornerstones. Evolution of combat took some it. I still use the legacy interface for now. I can sympathise with those OSRS players coming over and feeling overwhelmed and lost.