Unlike when I played f2p, I never feel as though I'm performing a grind to get its own sake, it feels like it ties into RS gold something else I want to unlock/want to perform. And as there's a lot of connective tissue between the skills/quests/unlocks/diaries, that thing you are slogging through right now will, at some point, assist you with something that you actually need to be doing. I don't feel like I'm mining because I need a higher mining level to mine with. Now I'm mining because I want a coal tote to speed my smithing to generate money faster to train everything else faster to get more unlocks etc.. It's really satisfying to wish to do something (such as a quest or sth) and recognize that you only have one or two requirements to do it, as you already did the rest of them in service of other things you wanted sooner.
I dunno, my feelings are tough to put in words. Can't wait till I've got my pursuit cape. Let us get that 70 hunter. I enjoy the ride for what it is. Between work and having a baby on the way, RuneScape is. Due to the time necessary to grind at a pc while ACTIVELY, other MMOs are from the question.
When I wish to sit down and play a game, I can do the things which require more intensive attention to OSRS, but that I don't lose progress because of my hectic lifestyle. I enjoy the different benchmarks Runescape offers. I killed Jad a couple of months ago and struggled, and I was ecstatic. I am currently grinding out 99 runecrafting to your lols and memes (it'd be my first 99 and I'm currently at 88). I enjoy the neighborhood and the content creators. There's so much social lore into Runescape that makes seeing the subreddit worth it. This game is excellent for what it is. I take pleasure in the lift ride.
The something that's been talked about is still suspected by me, and is the artifact in that and the desert used to make the pantheon. We never hear any other gods having the ability to only bestow godhood on individuals to create them lesser gods, the nearest was Guthix who had been super strong (BECAUSE of the many elder artifact interactions) and forced us a sort of anti-god, along with most present gods we know got that way by ascending by killing an existing god or using an elder artifact.
You're telling me one day this arbitrary god Tumeken who's powerful enough to make lesser gods at will just started exploring the desert, found a monkey and said"you are a god now"? I don't buy it, and I buy it even less Tumeken could be so powerful and yet his existence be irrelevant to the existence of the elder god artifact within his domain. Why would Jagex even plan to have a elder god artifact in the desert if it was not /has not played some type of function.
The story of this desert pantheon sound exactly what I would believe something called the template would do. He discovered beings such as a fighter or crocodile and used them as literal templates, through the"Template", to create gods. Which is the reason why the production stories are so inconsistent since not one of them understood the production worked, they only understand the foundation ingredient and the manufacturer then just made the rest of the details themselves up. In fact there is only a lot of contradictions in buy School RuneScape Gold the Desert Pantheon history vs the true history of earth.