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Member Since 12 Aug 2004
Offline Last Active Nov 14 2006 08:55 AM

In Topic: Runescape... Boring?

06 May 2006 - 01:43 PM

RS is boring ONLY for the F2P, the P2P never get bored (with all those members only updates)... That's what I think.

I'm P2P since September 2004. I don't play Runescape much nowday because it's bored and I'm tired with Jagex. P2P will make you bored too.

In Topic: Runescape... Boring?

06 May 2006 - 01:41 PM

like people said... its a game there is no point and will not benefit u in life... its made to have fun. which can be done several ways by pking, dueling, doing quest etc.

- as i see most people become addicted to the game and relize about a year later that this is all they have done and dont have a life. For me is more of just a relaxing thing or something i do when im bored and nothing good on tv. friends, school, and all real life comes first... this is just for fun nothing else.

You don't know what most people's real life like. I became addicted in summer 2004 until a few months ago. I have combat 123 and 1700+ total skills but I don't play Runescape much nowday also I bought World of Warcraft a few days ago.

I started playing Runescape BEFORE I began doing University course. Now I'm 2nd year University student and I still enjoy with my course. There are no problem that related to Runescape. Also I was addicted for created my own websites during school and college. There were no problems as well.

In Topic: Runescape... Boring?

06 May 2006 - 01:40 PM


In Topic: Should Moussai have gotten the death penalty?

06 May 2006 - 10:04 AM

I don't like death penalty. It's kindly like murder or human kill another human. I'm happy for UK don't have death penalty. Prison for life probably more painful than death penalty.

In Topic: Think about Buy World of Warcraft

27 April 2006 - 11:37 PM

I think the game is great and have been playing it for a little over a year. I think the community in some ways is better than RuneScape's due to a variety of reasons. I do disagree with the "10-13" part and do not think that fits well at all. While you run across some younger people (and you can tell), there are many older people playing it as well as people in their late teens. You are hardly inundated with junk messages - I've never had to turn "General" chat off at all. I find the community to be much more mature than any I've experienced. (Again, I know there are a few oddities and people who are extremely immature - but overall, it's great).

I am a person who prefers to solo and with WoW, you can do that. I've played a Priest, Mage, and Druid. While the priest got tough to solo with at around 55-60 (when I respecced out of shadow), it was still possible. Games like City of Heroes require a LOT of grouping and while that may be ok for some people, I still prefer to solo - which is totally possible in WoW. Getting to 60 and having PVP fun along the way is all up to you. The grouping system in WoW is very well coordinated also. It's so easy to find a group and people are often very nice and communicative when grouping. Don't think that finding a group is a daunting task - it really isn't!

Once you hit level 60 (and want to get better gear), you will have to do some 20/40-man raids (or private missions). These often take hours and while it isn't required, being in a guild with ~forty 60s helps a lot. Raiding at level 60 can be boring for some people. It's fun at first but can easily get tedious. Still, for people who aim to get the best gear possible, it isn't exactly a horrible way to go about it. The guild and DKP system is very advanced and it works. I think it also helps that WoW provides many community-like opportunities so it makes it easy to group and create and manage guilds.

There are a few types of servers and Role-Playing is one of them, where you can get very enveloped in the World of Warcraft world. My first character I created was a mage and I loved the scenery and the interaction with NPCs and real people. I took my time in the starting zones and when it came to looking around in the first capital city, I looked at every nook and cranny. You can have a submersive experience if you like. You have to remember that you are spending your money on it - it is up to you to decide how you want to play. While there will be pressure from other people forcing you to play a certain way, you don't have to do that.

WoW is really an experience that is hard to describe through words. I do not think you will regret buying the game at all. There are a multitude of things to do and you don't have to grind your way to the high levels. Once you have hit 60 and have done all the end-game content you like (that will take awhile!!), the replay factor is great. "Re-rolling" on a new class, race, or even faction (Horde / Alliance) is a popular thing among WoW players.

I really think you'll have a great time with the game. :)

That's really good post. I start understand a lot now. Thank you much. :)

Kido14, I did read many information from official website yesterday.