who knows that's how things work from the beginning? from Dingbest's blog

I quit smoking recently and told me id celebrate by wasting the money I did not squander on smoking on the wheel. I bought $100 worth that gets you 450 spins. I wanted xp for dung cause I hate mini games and dont care for RuneScape gold tokens, so I used every lamp I could on dung. After 450 spins that is what I got. Would be more if I employed on a higher ability. I utilized on 76 dung. Got into 79.5. You may have to figure out how much xp is between 76 and 79.5 to see how much xp I obtained especially to dung. Moderate lamps were providing me around 7.5k each. A moderate lamp onto a 99 is similar to 17k. So there could have been a considerable greater amount of xp won if I might have used it onto a higher leveled skill. (once you get an item out of a set you can not get doubles) This leads me to believe you've got a better chance of getting items such as devine and god swords if you receive all the sets since they will not take up space because prizes. Do I recommend this? No. It can cost you approximately 1300-1600 for a 99. . Not worthwhile.

Just a Fast poll. I know that the purchasing spins on the Yelp of Irritation annoys pretty much everyone who has been about, but do you think that it will annoy new players? Or will they only see it as part of the match? It cheapens items for those people who've existed, but do you think that it will make it terrible for somebody who knows that's how things work from the beginning? Will abilities sense cheapened, or will it only be regarded as part of their standard gameplay? I am honestly wondering if for brand-new players, then it matters whatsoever. Maybe it is a benefit for them that grinding can be eliminated every now and then for a little additional money. Does that cheapen skills once things are evened out and everyone has invested their initial cash?

It'd be a huge benefit for me personally, I believe, to be perfectly honest. This is most likely a fairly miserable reference - however when I played with Neopets, every day I had a certain number of dailies. I did them every day for years. I really still do a few of them from time to time. Free stuff, that is a little bit exciting, and can give rewards, sells. I think you've raised an superb point, and it's one that I, for one, have overlooked by-and-large.

On the one hand, I think it's a roundabout method of letting people buy experience with actual world munny. . .which isn't reasonable for cheap RS gold the rest of us who have played for years and earned our levels the tough way. On the flip side, I am convinced Jagex sees all of the complaints here about"the grind" and so they THINK that giving away exp. Points in givaway competitions (such as SoF) and pursuit benefits and letting people level up without working for it's exactly what people want.

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Added Oct 27



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