Then, I spoke with my friend, who helped me get into RuneScape gold the game. He taught me to type to talk to other players (something that I didn't discover on my own). I honed my combat skills, and then started mining and making. And then Runescape and I lived happily ever after. Tell us your stories. While it seems like a long while back, we remember the first time we began playing. Be careful not to be nostalgic and think "runescape is more fun than man". We're sure you think this.
In 9th grade at High School A friend of mine, Josh had shared our game. He was the group that was rejected: For three to five months, a few of us took part in the game. There was only Gentry and my friend and I remained as the remaining players by the conclusion of the school year. Josh had already quit.
Gentry was hacked about a quarter into the second season (we think it was Josh however we're not sure) and he quit. I was the last remaining player. It was so fun when I started playing. We all are aware of how overwhelming it may be to start playing the game. There is plenty to learn about. So many places to learn about.
It was hard on all of us, even me. I believe that's what turned many of my friends away. I still remember being a noob believing that Draynor was Varrock. Thai Tong was actually a Sal Realm resident. Many of you will know his name. He was the one who helped me get things done. For many years, we've been best buddies! When I needed help, he was there and when Dungeoneering first came out he was willing to educate me about it since it didn't click with me at first.
I'm an active player, I played between 2007 and 2011, and was just getting to know the game when Evolution of Combat updates came out. The update has completely destroyed the game, and buy OSRS gold I'm now unsure if I should play again.