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  1. 97 prayer and 94 mage >_> wat What's wrong with that? I'm 99 prayer and 96 mage.... Just an odd order. 99 mage is cheaper and IMO more worth getting, considering it boosts mage defence and accuracy.
  2. I'VE HAD 3 ZAMMY PLATES FROM THAT SAME LOCATION! A pattern is emerging...
  3. *Looks at stat signature and sees 99 wooductting at 92 combat* that damn bot. You excluded the dog? [bleep] you, sir. [bleep] you.
  4. *Looks at stat signature and sees 99 wooductting at 92 combat*
  5. When i'm muted and less able to screw about... I make progress... 3 levels and 1 quest = Turmoil tomorrow :D!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. Because THE RULES ARE THE RULES HOW DARE YOU QUESTION THEM?
  7. There is no option to teleport via spells or teletabs(spells are cast, tabs are broken). But I would guess that you have said/say teleport or tele when talking about the act of casting a teleportation spell or breaking a teleport tablet. Also, Then you would technically be incorrect. I don't like using that argument, i much prefer the "i just dislike the word" argument, but the rules of the forum say i need a valid one... So there you go...
  8. To Sip Therefor the argument you are trying to prove in this rant is that drinking 1/4th of a potion is considered a large quantity in runescape. What is the average quantity you drink in runescape in a given action? A whole jug, a whole bottle, etc. Therefor in comparision to average quantities of drinking, a dose of potion is considerably smaller by comparison. So in the world of runescape where everyone drinks full jugs/bottles/buckets of drink someone who drinks 1/4th of a tiny bottle of potion would be SIPping it. Also dont strawman this argument by saying "Well in real life that would be a big drink" because this isn't real life and all laws of the universe dont matter. In runescape a whole shark could be a snack and your character can drink jugs/bottles/barrels/buckets of drinks in one action. [/thread] I don't see where in those definitions it said anything concerning "large quantities." Also, i'm fairly sure there are a lot more potions than jugs. So your 'average' theory is pretty baseless. You seem to have missed the fact that both of your definitions of 'sip' referred to drinking, so drink would still be correct... And since there is not a sip option, in Runescape, drink is correct. Not sip. Give up, [bleep]ing lol.
  9. Know what makes me rage? Arrogant, belligerent PKers who think they actually matter in the grand scheme of things. Also, this. +9001 times this. The grand scheme of TIF? Someone, please, fill me in. I was more referring to how so many PKers (this may or may not include you, I really don't know) constantly whine at Jagex for updates, even though Jagex spent the better part of a year trying to accommodate them. PKers make up a pretty small portion of active members, so to see so many updates go to a minority of players who are mostly ungrateful is frustrating, to say the least. So you're whining about how Jagex listens to other players that whine to them and not you? He has a valid point, there haven't really been many non PvP or quest updates in the past few months.
  10. It honestly doesn't, but it makes me giggle that people are getting so involved in the worthless argument :D
  11. Sip is still incorrect as i have previously explained. Repeatedly defining sip doesn't change that.
  12. or tired people that fall for phishes on tipit or ect... tho they usually do a good job of taking them down immidiately people make sites that look exactly like the rs site.........and people accidently put thier pass inthem:P edit:i never got hacked but almost fell for one of those pHish and seen plenty of links to a fake rs site here on tipit so im sure they are at other places where they dont get taken down quick It is still idiotic to fall for a phisher, tired or not. It is extremely easy to tell the difference between the real Runescape website and a phishing site. Of course, people make mistakes. I understand that, but people refer to mistakes as 'stupid mistakes' for a reason. The only times i have ever been hacked are when i was a [wagon] 12 year old who was too trusting of other people and when i didn't think my family were stupid enough to get our family computer infected. It was stupid of me to think that and it was stupid of me to trust people, and i realise that. I have never downloaded a virus, been on a java driveby site and accepted the applet, fallen for a phisher or shared my account with someone i shouldn't trust (excluding that one time when i was a handicapped 12yo). Even in the instances where i wasn't able to avoid my account being hacked, i had mitigated against it and was able to prevent any of my items from being taken or my account being stolen/locked. If i am able to avoid it, along with MANY others, i see no problem with calling out those that aren't and saying it is entirely their fault.
  13. It is never referred to as a sip by Jagex, but attacking a monster or player until it reaches 0lp is frequently referred to as 'killing' it. Drinking is to take a liquid into the mouth and swallow, which is what the drink action makes your character emulate. Not sipping, drinking. Drinking a portion of a liquid is frequently referred to as sipping it, similar to attacking a monster until it reaches 0 is referred to as killing it. Drinking/sipping can look identical, but because we can't see the vial, we cannot determine this. Frequently referred to as sipping, but not by Jagex.
  14. It is never referred to as a sip by Jagex, but attacking a monster or player until it reaches 0lp is frequently referred to as 'killing' it. Drinking is to take a liquid into the mouth and swallow, which is what the drink action makes your character emulate. Not sipping, drinking.
  15. True, but i dislike the one that is used. So i rant about it. Why do people not understand the point of the rant section? http://forum.tip.it/topic/221628-rants-forum-rules-and-posting-guidelines/ It annoys me, so i rant about it. Yup. And I think personal preference of syntax hardly constitutes a valid reason. Valid argument provided. But wats a synonym. Not personal preference, to say you 'sip' a potion is incorrect. There is no 'sip' option. Synonym or not, it is technically incorrect to use the word 'sip' in the context of using the 'drink' option in Runescape. Yes, i do personally prefer 'drink' to 'sip', but that is not the valid argument i provided for this rant. Then you'd better go out and edit away every instance you said to "kill" a monster or player. You can't "kill" a monster, you can only "attack" it. k brb
  16. True, but i dislike the one that is used. So i rant about it. Why do people not understand the point of the rant section? http://forum.tip.it/topic/221628-rants-forum-rules-and-posting-guidelines/ It annoys me, so i rant about it. Yup. And I think personal preference of syntax hardly constitutes a valid reason. Valid argument provided. But wats a synonym. Not personal preference, to say you 'sip' a potion is incorrect. There is no 'sip' option. Synonym or not, it is technically incorrect to use the word 'sip' in the context of using the 'drink' option in Runescape. Yes, i do personally prefer 'drink' to 'sip', but that is not the valid argument i provided for this rant.
  17. True, but i dislike the one that is used. So i rant about it. Why do people not understand the point of the rant section? http://forum.tip.it/topic/221628-rants-forum-rules-and-posting-guidelines/ It annoys me, so i rant about it. Yup. And I think personal preference of syntax hardly constitutes a valid reason. Valid argument provided. Ahh. I thought you were simply assuming i was a PKer and were taking a dig at me. I am perfectly satisfied with all PvP updates =] Never really disliked the old system... And since the new one is an improvement, not much to criticise in my opinion.
  18. I think that some sort of reward system could help. Inb4peoplewouldspamreport.... I feel that, for example, a reward such as a bot-busting equivalent to the wildstalker helm could improve the likelihood of players actively taking action against bots. A simple, but decent reward for numerous successful macroing reports. To be honest, other than having a minute impact on the botting community that honestly does absolutely nothing i the grand scheme of things, players have no incentive to go and report bots. Maybe the occasional player who gets annoyed by a bot stealing their resource/monster, but not much else is done. Perhaps Jagex could implement a formal way of signing in and out of these bot busting events, and if a player gets an amount of time/number of reports while clocked in, they could unlock a new piece of gear to show it off. The fact Jagex are visibly taking hits at the botting community is awesome, but at the same time, may not be long lived if their is little player support. What do players love more than shiny things to put on their character? Nothing. Maybe icecream, but mostly nothing.
  19. Tbfh it isn't hard to make a password with letters and numbers that would take weeks to brute force and be impossible to guess. Not the best, but damn good enough unless you are a [developmentally delayed] who throws their password at every "friend" they've known for more than 2 days or someone who claims to "never download anything", excluding those 4 Runescape DDoS tools on your desktop. Getting hacked is for idiots.
  20. Wish i could give more, but still working on my dream list, overloads and then onto divine :)
  21. So would I =[. But my ISP is taking the piss, and my Dad works such long hours he never bothers to switch. So eh, not much i can do right now. Probably going to be uploading a video of kills/loots from the methods in my guides. And yes, it is somewhat underhanded, but it is PvP... It is rare you would find anyone who wouldn't do the exact same thing if they had the know-how. Thanks for the comments guys.
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