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lazlazor

lazlazor

Member Since 19 Jun 2004
Offline Last Active May 09 2011 11:23 PM

In Topic: Dungeoneering & System Updates?

12 May 2010 - 02:13 PM

They could simply bump the system update timer up to 30 minutes from 10. Then people will know not to start a new minigame(activity) or dungeon. I'd rather wait 20 minutes longer for updates than have to worry about getting kicked out of a game/dungeon.



Very simple fix. This would let people make a decision if they just started into a dungeon, they could just stop and come back after the update. If they're half way through, they ought to be able to finish in time.

I'm trying to think of reasons jagex couldn't implement this. Do the shops reset during a system reset? There's the possibility that everyone might run around to shops to buy a bunch of stuff. But it's not like we didn't have that before. Anyone else remember seeing the system reset and immediately teleporting to mage guilds for cheap runes if you were the first few people back online?? :D

In Topic: Don't you think it's kinda lame and arrogant to have Private Chat set...

11 May 2010 - 03:46 PM

Just read the first post - didn't read the thread so if someone else already responded with this answer, I apologize.


To address your number 4 point:

If someone is your friend, you don't stop being friends because they quit playing a particular game. If you're friends with someone, you give them contact information to keep in touch. So if someone leaves and you never hear from them again, you're not friends.


To address your overall point:

It's people like you who are emo and whiny that ensure my chat setting is set to friends only. I do not exist to make you happy. I don't like you. I don't want to talk to you. Obviously you can't handle that concept, indicating to everyone that you are immature and emotionally needy. What you need to do is find a clan of emotionally immature and needy people so you can all sit around and tell each other how awesome and pretty and rich you all are and tell each other that you love each other and give each other cyber hugs and hi-fives all day long.

Kindly leave the rest of us alone :)

In Topic: Reseting ring explanation plz.

15 April 2010 - 09:28 PM

So are you saying it's best to keep starting at floor 1 then go down through all the ones you can do consecutively then reset the ring?

In Topic: Rune Crossbow>All for range training?

27 July 2009 - 02:00 AM

Why don't people use rune c'bow bolts?

In Topic: History and Future of the RuneScape World Map

27 July 2009 - 01:27 AM

I don't think we can expect enormous amounts of land expansion and here's why:



Developers also need to be urban designers - just another hat they must wear. They need to balance city populations against lag. Keep in mind that we're playing a game and it needs to be fun. Part of that fun is seeing a lot of people doing a lot of interesting things as we pass through cities.



So keeping a relatively high population in a town is a good thing for a MMORPG. Games like Dark and Light and Star Wars Galaxies had enormous amounts of gorgeous land to run around in. End result? That land felt empty because people were too spread out.



For right now, we have a hard cap of 2000 people on a server. Until that changes, the devs need to consider what a good balance is between giving us new terrain to explore and thinning the population in the cities and current hotspots.



So I believe that some limited terrain expansion can occur with a positive effect but they'll have to be cautious about creating new continents as long as we have a 2000 connection cap on the servers.