You have to RS3 gold pay for membership, so I never bought a bond to the reason you speak about. So I am able to play games that I enjoy, I work, I shouldn't have to operate in Runescape to manage to play with it. I dont know why 90-95percent of players are playing this game, its a complete mystery. They hate playing Runescape, they want everything simpler, they despise skillsthey hate queststhey hate how they interact with everything, they need 1000 updates to ironman before they can enjoy ironman.
As an Ironman, I really do get annoyed we are catered to by updates. Because it made me think outside of the box I enjoyed the challenge of Ironman. I have been on a break for several months. I do not really follow the updates too closely so I am dreading the day that I find they ruined my UIM by catering to the manner too much. Yep, I respect people like you, ironman shouldnt be for everyone, it isnt for everyone. It sucks that something becomes normiefied and therefore destroyed, if folks need these alterations to make ironman good they are able to simply play routine acc and pick the limitations themselves.
Do you have any examples? Because I really disagree. Ironman is slayer simulation and basically every ironman centric update I can think of was only making matters less cancer for no fantastic reason. Like mining that is sandstone. I suppose they fixed"Zulrahman manner" when they upgraded her fall table that was a step in the perfect direction, but it would truly be good if slayer wasn't the perfect way to get money AND skilling supplies. The shift to directors dropping bulk provided that began a few years ago with zulrah hurt long-term ironman's appeal. Being able to get a huge quantity of the resources you require just by bossing or coaching slayer is pretty lame.
Meanwhile I have logged 250 ehp in my ironman lol that was f2p. The quests try to be fascinating and varied. Evidently, if you consult with a quest guide to prep all of the materials beforehand, do not read any of this dialogue, and try to blitz them as fast as possible, you're likely to feel like an errand boy. Because you've stripped out the portions of the quests that aren't errands. And, why I (and likely others) keep playing is because there's so many distinct things to do. I keep a record continually adding onto and eliminating things out of it. When I get sick of doing a single task, I could do among those half a dozen other things I'd lined up anyhow.
Unlike when I played f2p, I never feel as though I am doing a grind for its own sake, it always feels like it ties in to something else I wish to unlock/want to do. And because there's a lot of connective tissue involving the skills/quests/unlocks/diaries, that thing you're slogging through right now will, at some point, assist you with something that you truly want to do. I really don't feel like I'm mining since I want a mining level to mine with. Now I'm mining because I need a coal bag to speed my smithing to make money faster to train everything else quicker to acquire more unlocks. It is really satisfying to want to do something (such as a quest or sth) and realize that you only have a couple of requirements to do it, because you did the rest of these in support of other things you wanted sooner.
Can't wait until I have my quest cape. Let us get that 70 hunter. Frankly, I like the ride for what it really is. Between work and using a baby on the road, RuneScape is. MMOs are from the question due to the time necessary to mill at a computer while ACTIVELY.
While I want to sit down and play a game, I will do the things that require more intensive focus to OSRS, but that I do not lose progress due to my hectic lifestyle. I like the different benchmarks Runescape offers. I killed Jad a couple of months before and fought, and I was ecstatic. I am currently grinding out 99 runecrafting to your lols and memes (it'd be my first 99 and I'm now at 88). I enjoy the neighborhood and the content creators. There is so much lore to Runescape that makes visiting the subreddit worth it. This buy RuneScape gold is excellent for what it is. I take pleasure in the elevator ride.