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#43870 22-Oct-2009 11:27
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Thought I would start a topic on Runescape the mmorpg. I play myself have been plying for 7 years now on and off so my account ant that great. any other player out there. Do you like the game if so why or do you swing the other way and think its a wast of time and money.

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  #266223 22-Oct-2009 21:57
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well i mean the actual ideas behind runescape are ok its the fact that it is delivered int eh lest effecive way possable that screws it up i mean id rather play a text based game than practiaclly take turns at hitting my opponent etc. if they relesed a ture version even if it just looked the same but with a client id be prity k with it

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  #266249 22-Oct-2009 23:06
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my son played it and he did enjoy it but now he's found Guildwars so he hasn't played it for a year or so . from watching him play i came to 2 conclusions.

1. there are an awful lot of people that play it and

2. Most of them are idiots and are just there to annoy people




Common sense is not as common as you think.


 
 
 
 


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  #266376 23-Oct-2009 14:49
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Runescape is like an introduction, you play it then learn more about MMORPG's after that you can play a decent one, Runescape in not a good long term game in my opinion, is good for kids or people not that into MMORPG's

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#268482 30-Oct-2009 11:14
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Runescape is basically the Warcraft game you play when you're not playing Warcraft. :D

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  #268518 30-Oct-2009 12:02
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Modern mmorpg's (Warcraft, GuildWars, Aion etc) learnt a lot from the pioneers like Runescape and EQ1, UO.... they are much more polished games with way more content, better graphics etc.

Of course they are all way too addictive and should be avoided like the plague!

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  #268543 30-Oct-2009 12:57
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Been getting into Dungeons and Dragons Online a bit lately. Its free, but with the ability to pay for certain features, such as more than 2 character slots.

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  #270065 4-Nov-2009 16:20
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Runescape is awesome!!! btw i'm buying accounts :) paying $300 for accounts with 100mill gp+

 
 
 
 


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  #271492 10-Nov-2009 07:07
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buying accs is against the rules.
be a member you can make 100m is 100 hours mining rune ore, save $300 you fool




gz ftw


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  #271732 10-Nov-2009 17:38
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yeh... madcat buy ur geekzone account $400
LOL




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Ultimate Geek


  #271737 10-Nov-2009 17:44

Used to play a bit. Doesn't do much for your social life.

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  #271745 10-Nov-2009 17:52
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i play it very little, life ruiner -.-




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  #271839 10-Nov-2009 21:25
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joking lol :P




gz ftw


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  #271895 11-Nov-2009 05:51
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glad you understand :P




gz ftw


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  #271909 11-Nov-2009 07:37
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played for about a month a couple of years ago but found it was not my thing





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  #272032 11-Nov-2009 13:35
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Only played to PK, but haven't played in a long time.

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