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Yoko Kurama

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  1. OSRS mobile seems to have viability and is extremely successful at the moment. RS3 hasn't been released, but I have doubts whether it could be successful. I actually hope that it isn't, because RS3 doesn't deserve to be successful anymore, even though I play it.
  2. Although I still check in from time to time, this forum is pretty much dead and will not be resurrected no matter what actions are taken. We should just accept that, soberly. I would prefer that the organizational integrity be maintained, instead of collapsing everything into one garbled mess. It's mostly an archive at this point, and I'm okay with that.
  3. The numbers for OSRS are astounding. Before mobile released, it had peaked at 90K online players. Afterwards, it has peaked at 150K players. Meanwhile RS3 peaks at 30K-40K most nights.
  4. Reddit is a lot more fast paced, ephemeral (most threads basically die after a few days, and are lost by the 1000 thread limit), and has strong elements of 'popularity contest', and the large number of people present in more popular subs prevent the formation of a close knit community. It certainly has disadvantages when compared to traditional forums.
  5. Judging from his posts, he seems like he'd be a great addition to Reddit: he can join the hordes of people there who have a meltdown anytime someone levies even the mildest of criticisms of the game or Jagex.
  6. Its definitely reddit but also the fact that fansites did a poor job of getting osrs players. zybez had a pretty healthy userbase when they were the site for trading before ge It's the monopolization and centralization of the Internet. No one wants to go to multiple sites anymore, they want a one-stop place for everything, and for most people, that one-stop is Reddit, sadly.
  7. Came back for DXP weekend after semi-quitting over the summer; back where it all began and got some last minute makeshift goals right after DXP ended:
  8. It's mostly Reddit, and the decline of players in Runescape itself. I still treasure this site as an archive, there's a lot of historical knowledge here still, and the memories are priceless.
  9. Is that Runescape Classic or something?
  10. Unless maintaining the servers is costly and unsustainable to the admins, I would prefer it be kept in its current state, even if it's mostly just a mothball time capsule state.
  11. I don't have them anymore, I used the basic windows note-taking gadget, and cleared it once I was done. I ran into a few people who tried to skull trick me via avatar (none were successful), and a few CPK'ers, though no one notable. My world choices were pretty good, if I do say so myself, and I only got Pked 2 times during the several weeks I was there, and both times were avoidable, I was just tired and stupid. I was able to telly away/run away from 99% of the Pkers who showed up.
  12. cmonBruh and you realize most real pkers hop around inside, and there's 2 entrances to come in from :} I actually made semi-extensive notes and profiles of all the various PKers I encountered there lol. I spent so much time there, it was necessary to do this to survive. I also made several friends and ran into one old friend who were also hunting the title, we and used to trade notes/tips on Pkers, in an FC. What worlds particular PKers frequented, what time zones they operated in, how long they PK'ed for. Quite a lot of them were pretty pathetic to be frank. Many of them were skulling tricking with avatars - which is literally bug abuse. Others were just more or less griefing. I don't really consider this to be a worthwhile activity or way to PK, so I can't say I have sympathy for these people.
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