Overall, I think if your looking for an enjoyable and fulfilling way to kill time while not taking things too seriously or maybe become involved with RuneScape gold a good online community, RS3 is the thing to do. Than OSRS is your way to go if your searching for a sense of accomplishment from all of the time you have spent online. If you’re looking for RuneScape with longevity though, I’d suggest RS3, despite it’s own bunch of issues and despite what OSRS players will tell you, and want to believe themselves, OSRS isn’t going in a fantastic direction long term. Community wise, with the toxicity of this community and also the complete immunity to anything that messes with their nostalgia, Jagex will eventually have to choose between satisfying it is old player base and keeping their player base entirely.
Why is RuneScape good for me is dueling somebody about the Wilderness or hunting other players. PvM and skilling is shit of the time. There are things like raids and particular managers which can be fun but don’t believe that they warrant the huge number of hours you gotta sit on your computer to grind. I really don’t think RuneScape is great once you want some kind of diversion to keep your attention away from the boredom that can be a slayer task, fishing, agility, etc. I really don’t believe I can ever describe any game I have ever played as a tool”I do to the side” it almost sounds like a part-time occupation.
Same goes for PvM, before you reach the tail-end of it, you’ll fight monsters the same manner for hours and hours. People today consider progression as”numbers going up” but it lacks a whole lot of depth in just like 80% of it. Additionally, it is a experience. If you’re skilling for training or resources battle at certain spots it is almost like you need to avoid running into gamers since they might get in the way of your training. I’ve met a lot of folks but it’s always the same, possibly one conversation and I will never speak to them again, CCs always discuss exactly the very same things too. I will guess based on your title you made an account simply to vent about RuneScape. It is ok, I have been there also.
I choose my paths and work towards my goals wether it is to grind a skill for a specific journal or a quest released 10 years ago with a fantastic reward. I can leave and pick up RuneScape in 1 year and I wont have to play catch up since I missed a slew of dailies or my gear isnt considered outdated and shit since I missed 2 new dungeons or raids. I typically dislike mmos, especially theme park mmos because I dont need to treat them just like another job/a job to maintain myself applicable. There is also no sentimental significance to plenty of those things because I know they are gonna become outdated in buy RS gold the next big patch. In osrs I can obtain an infernal cape and use this shit with pride because it has been one of, if not the very prestigious item in RuneScape for 3 years. Give me a mythical item in WoW and it is going to become obsolete within another raid.