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Came over to attempt RuneScape out back in december

BLOG_POSTED_BY Ding best     August 19, 2020    
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A number of recent content updates have proven a peculiar and worrying tendency for the state of RuneScape, but the Boss Slayer Master poll actually highlights and drives home. The Death Mechanic upgrade and Ferox Enclave raised lots of problems, but for the interest of brevity I will primarily only reference the Boss Slayer Master poll. I think that now is that time that we, as a community, need to come together and tackle these problems for the interest of RuneScape most of us enjoy.

For many years now we have heard JMods inform us about their disdain for"shopscape" and their desire to move skilling resources away from PVM. From the lead-up into the release of this Nightmare, we have heard we are told by JMods the way they favor the fashion of trekking to a boss. These statements all suggest the JMods have some kind of direction that want RuneScape to move in and a overall design philosophy to get new content. However, this is subsequently called into question once we see the Boss Slayer Master survey blog.

Prior to participant feedback, the poll suggested Death and Blood rune packs by adding them, possibly, the skill in RuneScape. Upon participant feedback, this was taken out of the poll with the updated poll blog saying"You're vocal that the demand for more runes must be filled by skilling instead of PvM and shops. We concur. We are going to endeavour to find ways of integrating more runes out of runecrafting in the future.". (Players may recall the PVM nest update and the Birdhouse nerf that was done to stablilise the price of Saradomin Brews together with the reasoning of"We concur with many of you that PvM shouldn't be the primary method for obtaining skilling resources", just for the first Konar Drop Table to be published with a fall of 2500 noted Saradomin Brews.).

This type of content continues to irritate us, despite JMods and players claiming to be compared to it, we need to wonder. Boss Teleport Scrolls are still listed in the survey. Despite frequent JMod statements which run counter to the design philosophy of cheap RuneScape gold such teleports, including an entire piece of new content in the form of the Nightmare and Sisterhood Sanctuary to highlight this, we now see a poll question with wording that suggests the exact opposite:"We are very aware there are some lengthy walks into a bosses. We would not need to abolish this the hope is that these scrolls would be marginally better than the present methods.".