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Member Since 31 May 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 19 2011 04:10 AM

In Topic: Tip.It Times - 11th September 2011

17 September 2011 - 06:34 AM

And this is not to single out the person who wrote this article.
It was not only her there were a few posters who rabidly defended every single decision Jagex made on these fan forums.

It just floors me to see the person who wrote this article bash Jagex though.

It's like someone who has a massive crush on a guy, and actually ends up dating them for the last two years of high school and they fall in love. But when the relationship ends in the natural course of things and they break up to go to college in different states she decides to hate the guy and bad-mouth him and to claim "oh I never even really liked him, what a jerk."

For me her rabid support of Jagex and her rabid criticisms of Jagex come from the same place, it's not someone who thinks things through and sees both sides of the story. You don't have to absolutely love something or absolutely hate something life just is not like that. Her opinions are just too immature.

In Topic: Tip.It Times - 11th September 2011

17 September 2011 - 06:25 AM

You might have some bearing...if the person in question did not ALWAYS take Jagex's side...not matter what. Big difference then changing from being a bears fan to a Packers fan. Logic. TIF lacks it.

Finally someone who remembers how overbearing and obnoxious the "person in question" used to be in championing jagex.

I have no problems with new players joining the community what I do have problems with are new players who blather on and on about how great every single update is even when they can't even access most of the content in the game. In my eyes this was the "person in question".

It does bother me now that they are hyper-critical of Jagex and seem to act like they are "the very first person ever to notice that Runescape has flaws."

I also think it's extremely ungrateful to leave on a negative tone.

The fact is for some moments in time we did play Runescape and we did enjoy it.
I do think that new players especially those who are younger still can experience some of that.

In Topic: Tip.It Times - 11th September 2011

14 September 2011 - 12:36 PM

How times change. What happened to this fan site? I think it's ironic that someone who blindly championed Jagex in the past in now whinging about how Jagex is going downhill and how they are quitting.

This sets an ugly tone for the people currently playing.

We've all been through this, Runescape now is not the game I started playing years ago, in fact it has not been since the trade restrictions.

In fact this third wave or fourth wave of people quitting in disgust over the game seems so spoiled. They were the ones who loudly championed ALL of Jagex's decisions especially when they were new to the game and now they are the ones loudly complaining about every Jagex decision. Spoiled hypocrites.

Runescape is fun to play with a group of real life friends. Who cares about the bots? The magic and the core of the game is still there if you can look past the many flaws.

In Topic: 02-Sep-2011 - Bonus XP Weekend - 9th to 12th of September

06 September 2011 - 02:25 AM

lucky those that are buying supplies now...almost everything is cheaper than ever.

It's because there are few legit players left.

There is little point in levelling up no one really cares anymore.

Also when your stat's are good people just accuse you of botting.

In Topic: ROW is still junk for pvm

19 March 2011 - 04:42 AM

omfg 30k per task

And over the 536 tasks I've done, that would be an extra 16m cash that I'd have.

^ and the time spent clicking to collect these coins?

not worth it

at least the row could have picked up piles of coin drops that would have been a good reason to wear it

as it is i'm going back to my ring with the str bonus.

i can passively earn more than 16 mill by doing the kingdom that takes less time than doing 536 tasks

It's not hard to pick up drops on the way to the next monster you will be fighting, nor is it hard to figure out that you can walk about 2 spaces inbetween each time your whip/rapier hits. So really, the time spent picking up the coins is nothing. You're there to kill the monsters for slayer, if you can't loot efficiently, that's your problem.

I also use a zerker ring/fero ring while slaying, like I said, it is really minimal work to click on a ring as the monster red bars, then click on your main ring again after the loot appears.

I never claimed that the extra 30k profit per task was faster money than anything else, all I said was that it wasn't an insult.

ITT: Inefficient person complaining that a ring doesn't pick up objects for him.

Who bothers paying that much attention to the game? I afk slay as much as I can, I can't be bothered to juggle rings and then pick up every measly coin drop.
A good update will be to meld the row to the existing stat boosting rings in the game, that this WAS NOT done is a huge oversight.

You do realize that if the ring were to pick up coins it would make it more efficient? We do have objects to pick up or automatically use bones, herbs or gems, why not coins.
We also need an object to pick up charms, the less clicking the better with make-x why make combatters suffer.