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Some people claim that Runescape is a sexist and naive game however, it's true that everybody played it at some point in time and enjoyed it. It is now an unopened box in our sub-conscious that we can access anytime. The memories come flooding back. Runescape was adored or hatched by all however it had a significant influence on a decade of children, and an entire generation of them during the decade of 2000. It's truly remarkable that a game on the internet can bring so much happiness and happiness to millions of players.
It's beautiful in Runescape. Jagex (before the F***ing Up) as well as the Gower brothers deserve a huge applause. They've created a lasting impression on the majority of the world's population. In the final 30 seconds, we left behind our unforgettable childhood memories and put our childhood memories in the cardboard box.
My view is that the game needs to be released with quests that are comparable to or superior to the previous quests of many years ago. However, Guthix Still Sleeps remains my top quest and it'll be six years old in the next month.
Today, quests are focused too much on the setting (Freneskae). There were quests made available for a particular reason - a whole quest was dedicated to Zaros returning and was heavily advertised. The outcome of the quest was not revealed as the form of a mysterious manner. I believe that the expectation of a surprising or shocking conclusion and the final revelation was more exciting than knowing what was going to take place in the final chapter.
First thing you noticed in the lobby was a massive banner which read "Zaros is back!" Plagues End is an excellent idea. A revolution cannot be accomplished in just 5 minutes. The most memorable moment was knocking on the door and then slapping each person in the opposition with one hand.