The RuneScape players were all really nice Do blog de wangrui

On a personal note, I liked the skill tutors (I really don't care if people don't agree with RuneScape gold me). Jagex may have added that the new Runescape Advisor feature without removing the Lumbridge Trainers... if people like learning things independently instead of going to a tutor, then more power to them - it didn't signify that the Lumbridge Trainers should be eliminated for the gamers who did want to utilize them. This was just stupid. Fine. For gamers levelled greater than 60, Jagex said the new guards will not cause too much disturbance. However, your avatar slows down when you approach the guards, stops to get a complete bit, the guards let you and then your avatar gradually starts accelerating to a run again. If you're levelled over 60, the guards should allow you to run beyond, zero delay!

In my opinion, it is too bad that it would take too much work for Jagex to allow players to re-do a pursuit. My decision (if re-doing one pursuit was available)would have been the boss fight in Dragon Slayer (...A green portal with a dragon's head on top, situated behind Oziach's shop that may only be obtained if you have already completed the quest; that manner, any X individuals trying to re-do the quest at the exact same time would each get teleported into a separate, parallel, Elvarg lair - and that way, those re-doing the quest wouldn't interfere with individuals fighting Elvarg for the very first time). Dragon Slayer gets the epic scene in the conclusion when you emerge triumphant, I wish to experience that again. The moderator stated that players gave negative responses to being able to re-do Fur'n' Seek, however when I could send a message to Mod Fetzki, I would say that I would LOVE to re-fight Elvarg (no XP benefits given for re-slaying Elvarg, only for the fun of it).

Would you like to re-do any boss battle? Deb/Stormys_Amazon and I had been honored over the past weekend by being invited to Jagex for a tour and to visit together, along with a number of the top level players. Clearly we needed to sign a non disclosure agreement, but there are a number of things we are permitted to talk about so we wanted to share it with everyone. I'll jump ahead right now and just say it was completely and totally epic and I am still excited! I won't post names before I've spoke to the players and made certain it's fine together, however there have been several high ranking members and free players. The other players were all really nice and we really enjoyed having to spend the weekend with them.

We came at Jagex Thursday morning. (okay only because they had invited us, they do not let people in if they simply show up). They took us into a break room place and offered us refreshments, and then we got through the formalities such as introducing ourselvessigning the Non Disclosure Agreement, providing us some information regarding the programs for the weekend, etc.. After that Mark Gerhard and Andrew Gower joined us and all of us went and had a nice lunch.

After lunch we moved back to the magical mystery land that is Jagex where they proceeded to carry us on a tour through every section. That was fantastic. In each department a few people who worked in that area could take some time and explain what their section does and why they do it. In addition to what they showed us about the tour, we heard that it seems to be a great working environment where everyone enjoys what they do. They were totally laid back and rs 2007 gold just sat and talked with us.

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