Our concern about filtering in this case isn't whether a person will try to skip this, and that remark was just to further the stage that filters aren't always effective. Maybe mentioning the intentional bypassing was a bit off topic for my prior comment. As mentioned before, the quantity of OSRS-specific articles (not relevant to RS3) submitted here is minimal as is, and they don't amount to a prominent portion of our everyday posts. However, those posts are outnumbered by others which compare or link to both RuneScape 2007 Gold
These would probably match the standards additionally to obtain a reply redirecting them to 2007 Runescape when the intention was to post here, which is not ideal because it could be irrelevant to this article topic and likely lead to complaints. Furthermore, if the criteria is too specific, it is improbable that the few articles which are designed to obtain this response will trigger it. It's much easier for a individual to identify these posts and setting it up to work as intended is easier said than done for advantage.
Why are people so toxic to players? Wouldn't the and also max high ranking players want people to play? More people = more money, more upgrades (possibly if more began playing, paying( and demanding it) and more people in Runescape game that will grow the economy and keep Runescape lasting more. Frankly, new players are treated by us when they are labeled as such. Dig up any ribbon folks here actually pile on the service most of the time and where the OP acknowledges themselves fresh.
It's older, returning veteran players who ask questions we treat. Unless they are asking about the state of Runescape(meaning they aren't invested in Runescape again yet), normally we bad mouth them about how they could possibly be asking whatever it is they're asking. The Buy OSRS Gold is smart. If somebody is uninvested in Runescape, everyone is support towards them. If they are already invested, no one cares.