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So, i have been thinking, should i start playing Runescape 3, but i am one of those old schoolers who prefer older combat system. How hard is it to learn the ''abilities'' and other? I quitted RS3 in 2012 just when EOC came out. I have account lvl below 80, i have almost 80 range, 65 str 50 att and 45 def. (mage and prayer cantg remember those). Sorry i my text is little messy, its because my native language isnt english

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Moving this to Help & Advice where it's better suited :).

 

It's hard to say as some people find it easier to pick up than others. A good place to start would be the combat tutorial in Lumbridge, and setting up an action bar with Revolution, which will automatically fire off basic abilities for you. After that you can start experimenting with it more for yourself along with thresholds, ultimates, etc. Some abilities require special content or quests to unlock as well, which you'll get to eventually.


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Personally, learning EoC isn't that hard. When it was first released, I grabbed some Runes/weapons and went to TzHaar City. There are a lot of different combat styles there that can help you learn. There is also the Combat Academy in Lumbridge. If you do come back to RS3 and don't like the combat system, you can always use the Legacy interface/combat system. There's a toggle button in the settings that will allow you to use the old interface/combat system, or you can choose to mix and match new interface and old combat system, etc.

 

If you do come back to RS3, feel free to message me if you ever need help. :)

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Ty for replies guys! Is it worth grinding my dungeoneering for chaotic rapier or crossbow? I remember that those were one of the best "free" gears.

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Personally I would say no - you are better off spending your Dungeoneering tokens on support type rewards. There are an assortment of weapons available for a reasonable budget once you start to get going, and chaotic has a repair cost just like the others - either a substantial cost in coins, or a more moderate coin cost but the time to earn enough tokens to charge it back up again. If you are going to get a chaotic weapon at all I would advise spear as it has a couple niche uses (i.e. corporeal beast), in addition to being cheaper.


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My blog here if you want to check out my Times articles and other writings! I always appreciate comments/feedback.

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