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Dungeoneering Report Card: One Year Later

Posted by Troacctid, in Runescape, Reviews 13 April 2011 · 1,212 views

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One year ago, I wrote this overview of the things that bug me about Dungeoneering. Well, it's been a year, so let's look back at the issues that annoyed me at my first impression and see how I feel about them a year later. Here we go!

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Wow, my formatting looks pretty crappy, huh? Sorry about that.




Good read. I agree with you on alot of points. :thumbup:

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Troacctid began adventuring in Runescape in early 2007, and has since traveled all across Gielinor and accumulated healthy amounts of knowledge, wealth, and power. She enjoys undermining evil world-domination schemes, defending the innocent from oppression, wrestling sharks out of the water with her bare hands, and Magic: The Gathering. Her friends call her "Pi".

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