All that said, when the journey is what's fun for you about OSRS Gold not what is at the end, you can either enjoy what Runescape has to offer in evident paths and that is totally okay, and even put in on finding new roads you path yourself together with the rewards you reach after a long walk. Yeah I feel that. I almost feel somewhat sad after finishing a significant grind. It is like yeah I got this unlock but it seemed fun and way more practical until I finish it up. I have a bunch of things in my lender like cape and crystal Hally that I would like to use a whole lot more but rarely really require. When I can handle content that is tougher use'll be seen by them. Following a big grind I do not even actually force myself to continue work on them when they feel fun and stop when they don't.
Yeah even though I have not played OSRS lately (past 6ish months) I only had something happen IRL that made me think of the advantages that came out of my OSRS dependence haha:-RRB- thank you for your comment! This has been a loop I get into a great deal with this match. "if I just do dragon slayer 2 I can farm vorkath and get wealthy" I unlock vorkath and get tired of her following a week. "well if I only had elite emptiness I bet this could be far better" so I grind elite void and realize that with my stats that the dhide was much better lmao.
That's the way I felt when I ended 99 fishing at crabs. Was AFK and pkers kept it interesting. Runescape's skill goals don't have much. Reward, kind of. You can do a more cool thing but it's frequently. I maxed and then pretty much stopped playing. Unlocking a supervisor or achieving a item that is cool is a whole lot more rewarding. End up burning out faster. Slow and steady wins the race.
Thought it'd be interesting to highlight this to OSRS gamers as well
I recently switched to RS3. As soon as I created my article on the things I must do for use to battle and other new items in Runescape that I wouldn't really know about I got a good quantity of support along with a ton of advice. Each of them gave some good advice to me. My experience with all the RS3 community has been great overall. It feels some thing or some elitism with players' higher grade. I am thinking about visiting it so I can do a number of the quest series that aren't complete in Buy RS 3 Gold. Checked your article history unless it was the new player cc one and did not see you.