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JAMjE

JAMjE

Member Since 30 Nov 2006
Offline Last Active Mar 04 2013 12:27 PM

#5372661 JAMjE's blog of post-mediocrity!

Posted by JAMjE on 26 February 2013 - 02:53 AM

Last post was August 2nd wow, doubt anyone really cares but I'll fill you all in on my life over the past 6 months anyway...
Evidently, I quit 'scape around the same time as my last post, I almost achieved 70 base, with the only skill missing out being summoning stuck on 65, but nonetheless I was pretty proud of the account I'd made for myself (stats are still in sig)

With the introduction of eoc, I had no intention of sticking around, especially as I was starting university in September, so it seemed like as good a time as ever to take my leave, sorry I never posted a proper goodbye, not sure how many people thoroughly kept up with my progress but if you did and wondered where I'd gone, well there's your answer.

The end of the summer for me wasn't that great, although I managed to get AAC in my A levels and secure my place at the University of East Anglia, which I started attending at the end of September.
The first term flew by, I had the time of my life, spent way too much money on shit I shouldn't have and made some great friends. Runescape never even crossed my mind. Academically I wasn't struggling with the work, I was just struggling with deadlines. I was never one who had to put in a lot of work during my formative years, everything just came naturally to me. Obviously at university this isn't the case, and I have to actually work hard to get good grades. Fortunately I only need 40% to pass the first year and then the result becomes insignificant in the grand scheme of my degree.
Oh in case you were wondering, I'm studying Film & Television studies, something I'm enjoying a lot.
This term started how the first term ended, but I quickly realised that money was going to be a problem so I took it upon myself to get a part time job at my local Mcdonald's, not great pay, but better than nothing.

This pretty much covers my life over the past 6 months, just a hell of a lot of drinking, drugs, sex and wild nights out, all that you would come to expect of a university student.
Yesterday however, I was made aware of 2007scape, and my interest in the game somewhat sparked back into life.
Today I decided to subscribe and see what the fuss was about and I found that I had a desire to play again, which is the main reason I logged on to the forum to post this today.
As of today, I have returned to runescape, in its 2007 form.

However, unfortunately, I will be playing sparingly and just for fun really, and I won't be blogging on here at the same time, aside from the occasional update I guess.

So yeah, if you're a fan of old school runescape then add me (JAMjE), or even if you vaguely knew me before add me as well because Runescape is always better when there are people to talk to, just don't expect me to be online anywhere near as much as I was in the past, socialising always surpasses Runescape in terms of priority.

Hope you're all keeping well, and I took a look at a few of the blogs I used to track on here and you all seem to be doing well which is great!