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Posted by Hedgehog on 07 March 2013 - 02:11 PM
Posted by Auror on 18 February 2013 - 05:52 PM
Finally Suomi decided what he will say. He rubs it with his right hand, he enjoys it very much, then he rubs the lamp with his right hand, and says "[bleep] yeah", with his Finnish accent. Then, he finally sees the xp drop, everyone can see it: 1 xp, 5b Total xp, finally someone achieved it. Everyone can feel the ground shaking, everyone keeps jumping of joy, everyone keeps shouting, the Russians shout "Перейти Финляндии!", the Germans shout "Gut gemacht Suomi!!", the australians don't say anything, because they're sleeping, and the loudest joy cry heard is the one made by the Finns: "TORILLA TAVATAAN!! TORILLA TAVATAAN!"
Then, Zarfot comes in, with a bigass horse cart, he tells Suomi to hop in, and he did. Then they drive out of the colosseum, where hundreds of people are waiting for the great Suomi to come out. Suomi is cheering like a basic Finn, he keeps it cool "Jeah, dat was not big problem, haha". THey then drive to the Draynor Market (TORILLA TAVATAAN), where hundreds of thousands of Finns are waiting, holding the Finnish flag, and cheering and shouting as they see Suomi.
Suomi then sees a statue, a statue, a statue made for him. He can't resist, he can't hide his feelings, he starts cheering like there is no tomorrow, which is absolutely not what the Finns do, but it doesn't matter, because, today, history was written, and we all are here to witness it, but not just we - Everyone: legends like Zarfot , Zezima and Yogosun, Andrew Gower, jdfg8dfhd6, dfgdf0gd68, and not to forget, Green098! It will be a great day
SUOMI, 3 PÄIVÄÄÄ!!!!!! <333333
Posted by Suomi_Finland on 20 October 2012 - 01:18 AM
Main reasons: The game isn't anything like it was over 10 years ago when I started. I have no trust in Jagex anymore. I got pretty much everything and even more than I wanted from this game, it was amazing. So many great memories/moments, it was a pleasure reading this thread too long time ago. Of course it's a shame this game ended up this way but nothing I can do about it.
Also I don't wanna ruin it for other people, other people deserve a chance too to get 200M all Skills first.
This thread and RS was so much more interesting for me when I wasn't maxed yet and people didn't think I was going to be there first.
I still log in sometimes to do Farm runs when I feel like it but going to Lapland to skii soon so won't be doing those either.
Probably uploading video at some point explaining more reasons but I doubt I am going to change my mind.
But honestly it was amazing reading this thread long time ago. Thanks so much to everyone for all the support and everything, I never thought I could make it this far.
In my opinion it will be very interesting to see who will make it to 200M all Skills first if it wasn't me. Of course I will still be following RS updates and this thread like I have before.
Not going to disappear anywhere like Zarfot and many other people did when they quit. I understand why they did it though.
But honestly thank you so much, I still hope to see someone get 200M all Skills someday.
Might be hard to understand why I would stop like this when I am so close but just gotta do what feels the best for you.
Posted by MageUK on 07 July 2012 - 10:43 PM
Welcome to the most recent version of IP.Board. I'm sure you'll notice there have been plenty of changes and improvements which you'll be keen to explore. A few things have also changed which we need to tell you about:
- The "Like" button has been enabled for posts, this makes it possible for you to agree with what someone is saying without having to make a post if you have nothing further to add to the dicussion. You cannot like your own posts, and you cannot see a cumulative counter of how many likes you've obtained, although in theory, you could go through every post you've made and count them up if you wanted.
- A filter for image links has been enabled. This has been done for your protection and has been something we've wanted to do for a while. Without it, it's always been possible for someone to harvest IP addresses from the forum by putting an image on a custom host into their post, or signature or whatever and then use the fact that it was hosted on a server they control to log the IPs which visited the image. To combat this, all images are now filtered and we've added most of the large image hosts, but I'm sure we will have missed some, so if you notice an image host is blocked who shouldn't be, then feel free to tell us in this thread and we'll see about adding it. Note that we will not be accepting submissions of personal websites for the reasons listed above.
- When editing a post, the link colour in posts on the Deflection & Tip.It skins is not easy to read (the bright blue), we'll get around to sorting this as soon as possible but it's proving to be a little more tricky than originally anticipated.
- View New Content should now be completely up to date with the latest posts and should never lag 5 minutes behind actual posts like it used to.
- Tagging is now enabled and when creating a topic, you can choose from a list of predefined tags which categorise your topic. This makes it much easier to find similar topics that may also interest you.
- Gallery is now re-enabled and fully compatible with all of our skins.
- Tracker is now fixed in Tip.It Skin.
- Massive improvements to handling of notifications.
- Plus loads of other new features and bug fixes.
Posted by MageUK on 09 May 2013 - 09:53 AM
On Tuesday evening at around 21:40 UTC, one of the routers at the datacenter was hit with a large DDoS. This attack wasn't aimed at us at all, but rather at the router itself (motives unknown), and along with a few other clients, caused our IPs to stop routing correctly. This was the initial cause of the downtime.
Within 5-10 minutes, we were back up again after the router had recovered from the attack and then our primary networking controller on the server physically failed. We have redundancies built in to combat situations like this, and what simply should have happened is that the connection fell back to our secondary networking controller, and the server continued as normal until a hardware replacement could be sourced for our primary controller. What actually happened was that the network connection fell back to our secondary controller, and then within 15 minutes, our secondary controller failed as well, leaving us completely without networking, and in what was, given the chance of these failures, an unprecedented situation.
This was diagnosed and our ISP informed us the server would have to undergo a full rebuild as the networking is contained on the motherboard. They completed this pretty quickly (it was diagnosed and rebuilt within 16 hours), but they then informed us that the server room we are located in was full and they were having trouble finding a spot for a new box. This is what took all of the further time, while we were waiting for them to free up space. Eventually they found us a spot and re-provisioned the server, and here we are back again.
So, apologies for the downtime, but it was a little out of our control!
Posted by Ned on 27 July 2012 - 11:14 PM
The entire Tip.It Staff is super thrilled to announce that we will be partnering with SwiftKit and SwiftIRC. With SwiftKit, we will be the new providers of their client data. In exchange for our data, they will bring Tip.It traffic through links in the client to "full versions" of quest guides, item pages, and more.
As part of our agreement, we will be moving our official IRC channel from our own server to SwiftIRC. From this, SwiftIRC get the additional users from Tip.It, and in return they will make announcements regarding some of our news and such for all of their users to see.
You can connect to the IRC channel either by using our IRC Chat Page or by pointing a client to connect directly:
Server: irc.swiftirc.net Channel: #tip.it
In light of these changes, we have created a new forum below the RuneScape and Clan sections for all SwiftKit-related matters. Check out the new forum here. If you have any questions about the SwiftKit client, encounter any bugs, or would like to make suggestions, please post in the official SwiftKit board!
The Tip.It Staff and I are really excited about these partnerships and feel that they will heavily benefit everyone involved.
New Tip.It Feature: DGSweeper!
Over the last few days, we have been working with one of our staff members, Stev, to move his DGSweeper tool over to Tip.It! If you're not familiar with this tool, here's some brief information:
The DGSweeper is a dungeoneering tool designed by Stev to redefine your dungeoneering experience. What began as a small project from a close friend, Andy (Cheeesy), quickly turned into over a year and a half of reshaping the way dungeoneering is played.
Dungeoneering takes concentration and focus to train efficiently. Let the DGSweeper take some of that load, allowing you to focus more on more important aspects of the floor. Trust me, you won't regret it!
This tool will now officially be hosted by Tip.It and will continue to be maintained by Stev with the aid of our staff. We have a brand new forum available for all your DGSweeper needs. If you need help with the client, have any questions, or would like to offer some suggestions, please check out our DGSweeper forum.
Note on Third-Party-Client Rules
As you know from this announcement, Tip.It is officially supporting two RuneScape-rule-abiding third party clients. Therefore, you are now free to discuss and link to these approved clients (SwiftKit and DGSweeper). However, we are still not allowing links to any other third party clients. SwiftKit is a well known and trusted third party client and DGSweeper is hosted on Tip.It so we are able to monitor the code and ensure that it is safe. We cannot guarantee the safety or security of any other third party clients, which is why we do not allow advertisements or links to them. Please remember this when posting!
Posted by Bxpprod on 22 March 2013 - 01:56 PM
Runescape 3 came 20th of november last year, dunno what are they talking about. Glad I can keep playing Rs2
I wonder when jagex actually realizes that updates like this, actually kills the game.
Only one thing sealed the fate of the game, and that was it's beginning. Now stop it with the RS IS GOING TO DIE IT'S KILLING THE GAME etc bullshit please.
Every update is killing the game. Miniclip was the end of Runescape, remember?
Posted by Quorra on 01 March 2013 - 03:35 PM
We're also making some changes to the way that run energy affects the game. All players will soon find themselves spending far less time walking as we reduce the drain rate and weight penalty, and increase the restore rate for all things run energy- related. We’re also adding an auto run feature that will automatically put you into run mode once you have the necessary energy to do so. Leveling your Agility skill will still be the best way to keep on running, even more so at lower levels, but everyone should see a marked improvement.
Don't know about you guys, but I haven't ran out of run since the last run update.
Posted by Alg on 27 January 2014 - 03:49 PM
Posted by Blyaunte on 27 May 2013 - 08:01 PM
How do you think the Player Moderator team could be improved?
Eliminate the redundancy of the Player Moderator role by eliminating the role of the Player Moderator entirely.
What would you like to see Player Moderators doing more of? (Events, Competitions, Q&A's, ect.)
Oh - I don't know - how about a mass resignation?
Do you agree with the current Player Moderator's role in the community? (Explain)
No. The Player Moderator is a redundant role in today's Runescape. They have little or no function whatsoever, at the present time, and what little functionality they do have, they're generally handcuffed and unable to perform it. It's time for Jagex to simply eliminate the role altogether.
Are there any current issue's in the community you feel Player Moderators should be addressing?
None. Any of the roles they once performed are no longer relevant.
Any other thoughts on Player Moderators?
I think I've pretty much summed it up.
Thanks for asking. Have a lovely day!