Anyone claiming the combat of Runescape is deep
I have gotten to par 94 within a couple of months as an ironman, and I am between 50-80 on each ability but the sole grinding I have done is when I’m writing or watching a film and I would love to perform some of the menial tasks in the background. “And since you said you didn’t actually read some of my good criticisms” You are the one not reading with RuneScape gold. I read your”great” criticisms, they have been mostly crap, but I didn’t want to push a very long response upon you sooner. “The market is mainly broken, NPC stores are unworthy and inflation is a problem” This the one thing that you state that makes sense, but everybody knows it. It is my issue with the game. It’s why an Ironman and I play with, but I understand not everyone would want to do this.
“The battle system is not deep, it’s the shallowest combat system of any popular MMO.” Correct me if I’m wrong, I’ve long forgotten what the guy in the movie has said but I don’t remember anyone claiming the combat of Runescape is deep. It’s just quite straightforward and the dice rolling is attractive to lots of players. I like games such as D&D and Baldur’s Gate, and it’s a system. “The only reason people think it’s deep is since JAGEX left in every combat insect which may be confused with a”high skill ceiling” Again, I do not think anyone calls Runescape’s fight profound, but it’s skill ceiling is problematic. I really don’t like PVP and I know for a fact that near the ability ceiling you wouldn’t have undergone anywhere using an account at level 50 so what the hell would you know about it.
“Even though it these bugs were authentic attributes, the grid-based and ability-less nature of the combat system cuts out many of these strategic elements of other MMO combat systems. There is not any positioning. There’s no build variant or counter play options. You do have to learn to utilize a rotation. You fight one man, almost always stand in one place to buy OSRS gold, and find out who will click through an inventory menu. You are also required to purchase or craft consumables inorder to stand a chance. There’s no level scaling, so unless you are near maximum level, whichever player has grinded for more will always win.” You could not have experienced PVP at much of an intense so that your viewpoint of this is only handed down from someone else to you.If your lender isnt over 100m people pretending to be people , iron guys that think you do everything wrong, and noobs. Played OSRS for about two years total on and off and though I really like the sport, the community is among the worst of any online game and tbh it seems like everyone is competing to 1-up every other instead of like the game.While I haven’t played Runescape in over ten years, I certainly couldn’t suggest it. Leveling abilities takes ages and doing is dull. By way of example, have to level your skill that is firestarting? Well, you get to sit there clicking in your inventory to light them on logs. That’s it and it will take hundreds upon hundreds of hours to come close to maxing the skill. Want to level your fishing? Well, go click to fish, to a fishing spot, and watch you inventory fill up. Dump your inventory and then repeat for another 500 hours.
That’s the kind of garbage you will spend 90 percent of this game doing. Combat is made up of watching a conflict play out where you have no control that is purposeful and clicking on a enemy. If you are feeling particularly frisky, you may use some recovery? Can I do these so called amazing boss battles and log on right now? Or do I first have to pay a penance in the form of hundreds of hours of clicking on things in my personal stock and clicking on enemies and clicking on objects in the world while the sport does all the actual work? Unless they completely revamped the game, I’m guess the latter so no thanks. Games do not deserve credit for participating boss battles if they bury them under hundreds of hours of mindless tedium or enticing raids. TheLazyPeon mentions Warframe at Runescape and everybody is better off playing because it has. . .you know. . .actual gameplay that includes the player rather than simply watching and clicking animations play out.