Anyone else feel the same? I am always setting goals for myself and that I keep my focus on the finish line, get there, and end up having fonder memories of RuneScape gold this travel. I understand that it's a common notion but OSRS helped me to understand it. I had that same sweaty mill for western challenging, although for me it opened up so many fun choices it made stuff way more fun. Red chin spot with no robots. Array assault, mage defence, BIS vorkath raids 1 and 2 gear that is gear/acceptable? Got. And crystal fucking halberd that thing slaps than anything you have equip. Does the splats on virtually every slayer job and 99 str / peity / on task it can cross a fucking 71, TIMES TWO. Being a 2h it's got some baller accuracy too so 100 damage is pretty typical, with 30 percent per spec it's a fucking monster, therefore goddamn gratifying.
All that said, when the journey is what's fun for you about Runescape not what is in the end, you can either appreciate what Runescape has to offer in evident paths and that's totally ok, and even add on finding new roads that you route yourself together with the rewards you reach after a long pleasant walk. Yeah that is felt by me. I feel a bit sad after finishing a big grind. It is like yeah I obtained this unlock but it seemed more practical and fun like 2 days until I finish this up. I have a bunch of items in my personal lender like cape and crystal Hally which I would like to use a whole lot more but rarely actually need. When content that is rougher can be handled by me they will see use. Following a few grind I do not even actually pressure myself to continue work on them when they feel enjoyable and stop whenever they don't.
Yeah even though I haven't played OSRS recently (past 6ish months) I only had something happen IRL that made me think of the positives that came out of my OSRS addiction haha:-RRB- thank you for your comment! This has been. "if I only do dragon slayer 2 I could farm vorkath and make rich" I unlock vorkath and get tired of her after a week. "well if I just had elite void I bet this could be far better" so I mill elite emptiness and recognize that with my stats that the dhide was better lmao.
From time to time, that's the way I felt when I ended 99 fishing in crabs that are dark. Was AFK and pkers kept it fascinating. Runescape's skill aims do not have much. Kind of, reward. You can do one more cool thing but it's frequently. I pretty much stopped playing and maxed. Achieving a item or unlocking a supervisor is much more rewarding. This game is all about the journey not the endgoal. People who snore as fast as they can to get to end game wind up burning out quicker.
I switched to RS3. As soon as I created my post on the things I should do to get used to combat and other new things in Runescape I wouldn't really know about I got a good amount of support and a ton of advice. I had 5 people send me a message to add them into Runescape game. They all gave me some good advice. My own experience with the community that is RS3 was good overall. It feels some thing or some elitism with the tier of players. I'm considering visiting it so I could do some of this quest series that aren't complete in OSRS. Checked your article history unless it was the new player cc one, and didn't see one.
It is the player cc one. I am able to give you a hand if you want. I'll do what I could, although I don't play a lot have a 10 mo old and as I'm beginning a new job. Gz on the new things! Hopefully it's a job that you'll enjoy and also a healthy happy kiddo. I probably will not be doing for buy OSRS gold a while tinkering around in a while once I get tired of oldschool. I had no idea where to begin and I attempted it on a few weeks ago, both games are essentially nothing alike now. I'll dip in and actually figure it out.