I am not familiar with his name btw In case Mod Lee comes around. As he did boss raids with the 13, RS gold wouldn't surprise me. What is unjust is if novice questions are asked, they are downvoted. That's not Jagex, that is on the community's mistake. Anyhow I hope you do enjoy RuneScape, there is basically worth of content to play. If you get sick of RS3, then there is OSRS (included in members you've got complete access to both!) Which will be graphic style and the combat RS was back when you're in highschool. The debate is OSRS is currently maintaining RS3 on life support.
There are. However it's still possible to consider Clan hopping/guesting, ongoing to try talking to randoms in-game, etc. I am not saying that these are"bad" methods to finding people to talk together or become friends with, but it is not so effective in my experience. But do feel free to use all of the methods!
I've been playing with RS because 2005. I have added 1 of these I know offline, on RS, and the other 4 are people that I met through here, r/runescape. I am a social butterfly and can't manage to make friends in-game for my life because everybody is just playing for efficacy (afk) or even pvm. My RSN is next to my name so feel free to add me, but in my experience, your best choice is to be active on here to meet peopleadding them in RuneScape match. Hope this helps!
The issue is that RuneScape community is somehow convinced that PvM and efficacy are the most important items in RuneScape. Don't get me wrong, I love PvM, and that I absolutely respect those top PvMers who have put thousands of hours to refining their rotations to achieve the impossible, but the proliferation of topnotch PvM mindset is killing almost every other kind of content in RuneScape. This starts from the beginning: almost every new player I have encountered in RuneScape have been granted advices that are more or less such as"jump through skilling as quickly as possible and get 90+ combat stats to begin bossing". And guess what's considered significant in the bossing community: DPS. Every participant is told that they ought to aim to kill supervisors as fast as possible by improving on their DPS rather than they ought to just have fun and not care much in their kill moment, unless naturally improving kill time is exactly what they find to be fun.
What's the outcome? Nobody is interested in PvP minigames anymore because 1. They are not regarded as efficient and two. They aren't PvM. This second point is as important as the initial. When everyone around you is a PvMer, you are more likely to get into PvM. That is not anybody's fault: that is just how buy runescape 3 gold functions. If you do not believe me, consider what Barbarian Assault, among the minigames, has become.
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