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Spoiler alert: You get to the doctor and they tell you that you have special mutant powers and can probably control fire. Suddenly, the CIA and FBI shows up to have you work with on a joint spy mission that probably involve taking on Russia so we can keep a better eye on China.
I'll tell my reason to why I became P2P a year and a half ago. Hopefully it will help you answer these questions.
I became P2P firstly, because I was able to afford it. I always could have in some way even in high school but after my first few years of college, I was able to narrow down what I really spent my money on and found I could afford to pay $8 for RS. Secondly, I found that F2P had nothing more for me, because it lacked the incentive for to skill. I didn’t start a new account because I’m not the type to have many account and I had enough levels to have a lot of content to do when I got it, like having combat requirements for GWD. That really gave me an idea of if I’d enjoy P2P because I was able to try a lot more than starting off a new account. Later, I renewed P2P because I discovered of all the games I own, I play RS the most. I have plenty of other PS3 games to play, I’m looking to getting Minecraft soon, and I almost always abandon RS for the new MGS, FF or Mortal Kombat titles. But with RS so accessible I play that almost all the time. Also, the continuous update and additions to game keeps me playing. RS has a lot to offer in P2P, so much that it can be overwhelming for the few months you first play P2P.
I would say evaluate your time on RS vs. other games. Put a value on how much an hour on RS is worth in real money to you, like $1. If you play more in hours a week than the cost of P2P, say 15 hours, then I would get a recurring membership. If you play less, say 6 hours, I would explore bonds and 1 month of P2P. Then you can pay only when you play.
As far as to make your old account P2P, I can’t really answer that. I would guess if you know you’ll regret it more than value it, and you spend enough time on RS, then don’t do it and start new. If you can’t (or don’t) devote a lot of time to RS then you might want to make your main P2P.
Funny. I'm reading about bonds in game while sitting in my Economics class about the currency market. It's like getting a healthy double dose of economics in one sitting.
Personally I like this idea. I do agree with a few people here. It doesn't get rid of the money, rather changes the hands it exist in. I still find that a major improvement, as now they hand you are buying from is an avatar in game than a shady website.