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The best thing could be that everything I did and am doing is still content in some kind. It will have worth that is good to advance my accounts, although for may not be interesting to the few% of players. It also allows me to take a break and return to carry on where I left off. What burned me out previously was that I concentrated on the min-maxing you hear a lot of, where everyone seems for the training procedures that are RS gold efficient and everything else can be considered a waste of time. At some point I decided I didn't give a hoot and that's where RuneScape became a lot more fun. As every place is full of interesting things there's a lot to discover and research. I stuck with it and got more amounts than when in coaching my skills, I'd made a decision to go.

I haven't played RuneScape at a long while but it makes me happy to hear it is doing well. Lol played all day and night! I never touched RuneScape before, what is the gap between RuneScape and old school RuneScape? Which one could be better for player if I was to join. So the main difference is development of combat, EOC. In 2011(?) Jagex changed the way battle functioned in RuneScape. They moved with a more traditional approach with abilities, rotations, etc.. This did not boad well with players, and consequently OSRS was created a few decades later to cater to people who like the battle style.

Both variations have their advantages and disadvantages. RuneScape (Or even better known as RuneScape 3) has updated graphics, which are beautiful. New abilities including archeology, divination, and dungeoneering. The complaint is the force fed MTXs in RuneScape. You can avoid them by playing Ironman, as they cannot use MOST mtx or squeal of fortune (a lottery mode system.) OSRS has a learning curve, albeit maybe not insanely hard and is a lot more hands off. The players vote to be apart of the updates. There's a far better sense of community in OSRS, but as a player of both, RS3 has a crazy more amount of content. Which may be a bad or good thing. Feel free to add or subtract if I missed anything fellow scapers.

The combat the images as well as system. RuneScape (aka RS3) is the modern version of RuneScape, or effectively the principal edition. The combat system was overhauled to a more WoW/FF14-esque fashion of MMO combat. Dual wielding was added, adrenaline & abilities became core elements. A New Interface System has been executed, and the graphics were overhauled too. Oldschool (osrs) is a split, but more popular, version of RuneScape, based off a backup file from 2007. It features older-style graphics, and the core characteristics of the previous combat system. My recommendation is to try both to figure out which suits you (you are able to play both games with the identical account). I personally prefer osrs over rs3 due to personal gripes with RuneScape, but they should not affect your opinion.

Oldschool is largely an older version of RuneScape mechanically, as well as graphically. It had been set during what lots of folks thought was the age of RuneScape, from approximately 2006-2007. RuneScape receives its updates and adapts stories and content from the current RuneScape 3 host. RuneScape has no micro transactions aside of membership bonds (an in game buyable 14 day membership). RuneScape 3 has various abilities in addition to enormously different mechanisms. They have revamped a great deal of areas in the past few years and regions are buy OSRS gold similar although A lot of the articles is quite similar.
 

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I'm sorry... I kinda give up reading after 1st paragraph....
 
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