When I started RuneScape

Again, I am clueless on how this could occur since RuneScape gold I haven't played any other MMOs. What do you think? What do you think the next phase of training could be like? Do you think that the grind is a problem or not?

When I started RuneScape, I was a complete novice. I was around the age of 9 or 10, and so this game was one of the most exciting things that ever happened to me. Because of my nine-year old brain, I was very foolish and had no common sense. I was also unsure of what "efficiency" or "experience per hour" were. The game was still thrilling and mind-blowingly enjoyable.

When I was asked to come up with a name for the account, I was thinking of "Killer1 1234". For my Sals, I was "KILLL" So, when I was playing, I would do the most hilarious/stupid things. Examples such as going to the farm of Lumbridge's chickens and asking Lumbridge what it was. Set up new accounts in order to get the 10k from Stronghold of Security.

I'm trying for days to earn 100k. Asking people for help to get me to Falador. I am lost along the dirt road between Barbarian Village and Falador. Training with Giant Spiders in Lumbridge Swamp. Being shot by the Jail Guard at Draynor. Not knowing where is Port Sarim and always getting lost in trying to locate it. Pick up the spawns at the Lumbridge castle to collect Mind Runes. You can obtain Chaos Runes by collecting the spawns of Wilderness. What did everybody else do during their "noob times?""

Personally, I'm against BXP weekends. These events benefit only those who can stockpile huge amounts of goods to turn a profits. Prices increase so dramatically that you can't save cash with cheap RS gold the bonus.

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