My diaries have records regarding my latest OSRS Gold accomplishments, particularly when I get a new skills-enhancing pet, but it has to share the space with little reflections on Indie the games that I've played and an rant about my inability to make Log Stool homemade recipes from Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I'm currently making my list of things I'd like to do in RuneScape for the upcoming year.
It would be nice to develop my Dungeoneering ability (unlikely) and revamp my money pit house. Maybe I'll do the Salt in the Wound quest; once upon a time I longed for this quest, but then I was told by a friend about one particular pillar, if you were to guess. Since then, I'ven't got the courage to take on the task, but perhaps 2022 could be the year.
When you play an MMORPG for a long period of time such as 15 years or more, it's a big part of your life; whether you want to play alone or an active member of the community. RuneScape celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018 and while there were some great moments such as the Elder God Wars dungeon and Azzanadra's Quest - there were also lower points, such as the Login Lockout.
In the end, I think RuneScape has the strength to make it to its 30th anniversary in light of how the mobile and Steam version has brought it to a whole new set of players. I'll be sure to be on the lookout for future adventures particularly in the case of penguins and a Construction skill rework, and, if I'm in need of some time off, I can always return to Old School RuneScape.
It's possible to play games for 1,000 hours but this doesn't mean it's fun the game. There's been plenty of memes of someone writing an unfavorable Steam review, with more than 5000 hours in their account. But let's be honest this isn't an untrue notion anymore.
I've put hundreds of time into Fallout 4 and probably played through about five. The rest was nothing more than a promises of pleasure, with that bloody 'kill, loot, return' game loop tricking my brain into thinking I was enjoying itself. You've also seen what you've all said about Skyrim and you've been re-visiting the game again. This is pathetic for all of us.
However, what about Buy OSRS Gold? I'm not sure. It's generally easy to spot the time sink games and how they eat up your time, and then you moan about it online. But RuneScape is different. Even when I'm not playing I still don't really have an opinion on the game. I can hear the music in my head, and feel a gravitational pull to return to it. It was discovered that it was in my phone was a mistake. My family hasn't spoken to me in a few days.