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wolfmon56

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About wolfmon56

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  • Birthday 09/23/1992

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  1. So Suomi is sitting 1 exp off of 99 Divination instead of 1 exp off 200m Divination? Besides the fact he wants to "troll" (no flame intended), as well as let Jake be #1, is he not going for 200m-1 exp just for the sake of Divination being such a slow skill?
  2. Firstly, I'd like to say that every time I Google "Crystal Math Labs," it always thinks I want to learn about meth labs... I'm probably on the list now. :cry: lol Anyways, Jebrim, these questions may have been asked before, but I either don't remember them or missed them. With that said: 1) Do you plan on going for 200m all or back to 1bil agility (or both)? 2) Are you still worried about doing hunter with all the bot busting (Even though Jagex knows who you are)? 3) Why save Con until one of the last 99s? Is it just so you could make money to pay for it, or also because plank prices were high? 4) Why did you not max range right after finishing cmb/slayer? 5) Have you ever been tempted to bot something? You don't need to answer this, but with some skills being so click intensive, I'd imagine this thought had come up before. 6) When you have time, would you ever post the methods you used, exp rates you got, and gp/exp used to get your 99s? Thanks if you answer these, I'm interested to read the replies. Edit: Added another question
  3. While I agree that Jmods who develop content should play the game to some extent... imagine: You work 9-5 making cabinets. When you come home after work, do you want to spend another 5 to 6 hours making more cabinets? No, you wan't to relax and do something else that you enjoy. I think its really unfair and unreasonable that so many people expect Jmods to work on the game all day and then come home and put in 10 hours towards maxing their account. It's really not.. humane, almost. That's not quite right though. It would be more like coming home to use the cabinets for a few hours. Making Runescape isn't the same as playing it, remember. Unless you're QnA, but loljagex having that. I agree with both of you. Going along with Musica, I can actually relate very well. All summer, I worked at Ashley Furniture building night stands, dressers, etc. It was terrible and when I got home, I didn't want to touch a piece of furniture, power tools, or anything. Outside of work, I didn't want to deal with anything that reminded me of work. However, going along with Grand Lord Dan, Runescape is a game. When you're at work, you code, test, and so on. But when you get home, you could pretty easily play leisurely and maybe inadvertently find something that you could fix at work the next day. Putting both of them together, if you code/design/etc for a game, you would probably enjoy playing it because YOU had a part. The downside is it still reminds you of work (even if you love your job). We ourselves get bored of Runescape, so I wouldn't doubt the employees get the same way. They most likely play some, get bored and play something else, and then play some more. If I was a Jmod, I would honestly not have a high total level/exp amount. I would do (what I did when I played actively) and get the levels I need good clan pking stats/quests that help with pking done. After that, I would only war with my clan on Runescape. If people saw my low exp level, they would assume I "don't play much." However, I could have many hours logged in play time (pking), but not gain that much exp. A lot of people that build cars still like to drive them when they get off work. This is off topic, but my dad actually works for General Motors. :razz: He likes cars/trucks, but hates to think about anything dealing with the building of the cars themselves outside of work. When you drive a car, it's more than just "driving the car," you also get to sight see which makes this example have a variable that makes it a poor comparison to playing a game.
  4. While I agree that Jmods who develop content should play the game to some extent... imagine: You work 9-5 making cabinets. When you come home after work, do you want to spend another 5 to 6 hours making more cabinets? No, you wan't to relax and do something else that you enjoy. I think its really unfair and unreasonable that so many people expect Jmods to work on the game all day and then come home and put in 10 hours towards maxing their account. It's really not.. humane, almost. That's not quite right though. It would be more like coming home to use the cabinets for a few hours. Making Runescape isn't the same as playing it, remember. Unless you're QnA, but loljagex having that. I agree with both of you. Going along with Musica, I can actually relate very well. All summer, I worked at Ashley Furniture building night stands, dressers, etc. It was terrible and when I got home, I didn't want to touch a piece of furniture, power tools, or anything. Outside of work, I didn't want to deal with anything that reminded me of work. However, going along with Grand Lord Dan, Runescape is a game. When you're at work, you code, test, and so on. But when you get home, you could pretty easily play leisurely and maybe inadvertently find something that you could fix at work the next day. Putting both of them together, if you code/design/etc for a game, you would probably enjoy playing it because YOU had a part. The downside is it still reminds you of work (even if you love your job). We ourselves get bored of Runescape, so I wouldn't doubt the employees get the same way. They most likely play some, get bored and play something else, and then play some more. If I was a Jmod, I would honestly not have a high total level/exp amount. I would do (what I did when I played actively) and get the levels I need good clan pking stats/quests that help with pking done. After that, I would only war with my clan on Runescape. If people saw my low exp level, they would assume I "don't play much." However, I could have many hours logged in play time (pking), but not gain that much exp.
  5. User will easily be 2nd. It's never worth it to cut willows. You should only do teaks, either at Ape Atoll or Tai Bwo Wannai. I find the latter to be more convenient. When dropping, you should spend only 2 ticks dropping before clicking back on the tree. There are 4 ticks between each log and so when you drop you don't want to lose any potential logs (and Xp). One tick is for you to register you obtained a log (with timing in your head, you can also drop during this one if you're good), the next two are for dropping, and the last one is required to give time for your click on the tree to register. With mousekeys, you can drop 5-6 in the 2-tick gap at once. Without mousekeys, you're limited to 2. I also highly recommend using world 1 and not sharing trees with anyone. Thanks for the swift response. What would you say is the best level to begin cutting teaks? I'm only level 60 right now, so I'm just trying to gauge it. 35 Really? The exp rates of Teaks are the best exp you can get per/hr right at the level you can cut them? Surprises me.
  6. There's a human behind every script. No matter if an account that is "mass farming" gold is a scripted bot or a human, there is ALWAYS someone who is in control of the account, the content on it, and what happens to that content.
  7. Does anyone have information on all the fastest ways to gain exp as well as the costs (per exp) that go with them?
  8. If you went for a build like that, you'd be 97 combat once maxed out. (70 atk/def, 1 prayer, 99 everything else). Dying in the wilderness would be expensive and the kills you get would be of little value since you can't even smite for a whip. This is a staker build, not a pking build since the value lost would most likely outweigh the value gained by pking. However, this would do well at the arena if you know what you're doing.
  9. I'd vote no if a vote like this came. I dealt with getting prayer up prior to auto-alters, I can do it again. lol
  10. Thanks for the update Gemeos! Now that Suomi only has 21 hours left until 200m all, do you think he will hold off getting it until the 21st like he planned the party for or will he move the party to an earlier date?
  11. I'm still not quite sure how the "delay" on runetrack works, but I think those exp gains are off because some exp carries over from what was gained the day before. Could someone explain to me the delay? When I did my thieving levels, exp seemed to be exact on runetrack as they were in game.
  12. The amount of facepalms I just had... :wall: On a topic worthy note, what does the numbers inside the curly brackets mean? Ex. (55). Does that mean increased hours?
  13. Maybe I'm just not understanding the point, but If this 0day is so dangerous, why don't they just either fix the exploit in any form possible? (Changing coding slightly, updating java, etc.)
  14. Random question, but I was looking at the exp gain records and A Lv too low gained 186,649,277 attack exp in 1 day. How is that possible?
  15. He isn't on pace to get it in 35 days. Don't trust what you see under day tracker. 6 weeks is more likely, minimum. Even though the daily tracker on his exp gains always seem to be around the same?
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