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I had been scammed or lured into PvP zones
12-19-2018, 03:31 PM, (This post was last modified: 12-19-2018, 03:36 PM by Rshop2018.)
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I had been scammed or lured into PvP zones
Yes, another non-gameplay tip but seeing how SPIN TO WIN GOLD & COUPON  a person plays is entirely up to him or her. Zezima, together with other greats in the RS universe, such as Suomi found their ways to greatness so will you, simply believe in what you're doing and god oh god please, do not share your account information. As time passes, Runescape (from all places) has likely become the birthplace of the majority of scams and scammers out of all of the games, ever. From in-game gold scams (Earning money or armour trimming) to real life phishing and social engineering being taken to the extreme just to stealplayers need to stay together and be careful not to get scammed. Friendships become buried, heaps of hours spent and sometimes even real life money that was spent gets stolen because of one act involving oblivious players and evil scammers. No website, website or service should ever receive your precise account information if you don't would like to get hacked... Hope this helps!

In spite of all the updates, slipping back to the identical old regime of milling tools and sprinting to the closest bank to sell them is seamless.

My experience of Runescape at 2006 was predominantly this: mill for hours, buy some shiny new equipment, smash computer keyboard upon realising my battle level was not enough to equip it, grind battle degrees, equip gear, get killed in the Wilderness, shed shiny new equipment, replicate. Every few months I'd decide it was time to start a new accounts, motivated by a few expert build I had seen or an inexplicable desire to live an easy life and become some sort of fabled hermit. Honestly, 12-year-old me thought that would be a fun thing to do.

Logging into Runescape is like coming home to discover your parents have turned into a brand new dog without telling you, and they absolutely refuse to say what happened to your beloved Brassica Prime. At first you could sulk and long to get the puppy that once was, but soon enough you begin to notice that the pet RuneScape gold  is gorgeous compared to its haggard predecessor. It does all kinds of new tricks, it has charm and character, heaps of endgame content and doesn't need to be fed or walked often.
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