thing that keeps me returning to RuneScape is the way it feels as a living thing, always evolving by introducing new challenges and different locations. There are skills as well as the interwoven tapestries that combine the different gameplay elements together, and allow me to move from making runestones to hunting dinosaurs. My personal favourite is Archaeology, because of how it blends lore and exploration into an excellent progression of skills.
In the context of RuneScape lore - never forget the questlines. This is where I've experienced gothic scream, epic fantasy and the desire of one man to bake cake. I'll never forget all the hours I spent in the Temple of Light, even though I often wish I could. Also, there's Old School RuneScape through which I can travel back to the game I was captivated by.
I've stopped for breaks, usually when I'm absorbed in an exciting game from RuneScape over the decades. The longest took place when Evolution of Combat (also known as EoC) was released - the abilities and action bars were in conflict with the RuneScape part of my brain.
RuneScape but, as always, discovers a way to catch me. This time, I was snared by the Legacy Combat Mode, which revived the tick-based combat that was the norm in. EoC and I still have an uneasy relationship, mostly due to resistance on my part, though I'm trying. Rarely.
My diaries have records regarding my latest RuneScape achievements, especially when I acquire a new skilling pet. However, they must also fill my diary with a few musings about my favorite Indie Games I've played as well as remarks about my absence of Log Stool DIY recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I'm currently creating an idea of what I'd like doing in RuneScape in the next year.
It would be nice to develop my Dungeoneering ability (unlikely) and renovate my money pit of a home. I might even finally do it. Salt in the Wound quest One time I had a desire for this quest until a friend told me about a particular pillar if you know, you are aware of. Since that day I've never got the courage to go after it, but maybe 2022 will be the year.
When you engage in an MMORPG for a lengthy period (say 15 years) it truly becomes part of your daily life the choice is whether to play solo or become an active participant in the community. RuneScape is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018 and , while there were some highlights like the Elder God Wars dungeon and Azzanadra's Quest There were also negatives, RS Gold
like an account lockout. Login Lockout.
However, I think RuneScape has the strength to make it to its 30th anniversary because of the way the portable and Steam version has brought the game to a new market. I'll definitely be watching for future adventures particularly those that involve penguins, or changes to the construction skill and, if I need an afternoon break, I can always return to Old School RuneScape.