Something related to the Sixth-Age


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Major RS gold modifications: Evolution of Combat (EoC): Pretty much overhauled the whole combat system, even though it isn't that confusing to get used to (definitely makes combat more entertaining ). New Interface System (NIS): Basically you can completely customize your whole interface to the way you would like it. It's a little confusing at first, but once you think of an interface that is perfect for you you'll wonder why this wasn't introduced sooner.

Bonds: Purchase 14-day membership using in-game money. Pretty cool if you don't feel like paying for members. The Sixth-Age has started: I won't spoil anything for you, though I highly advise that you do'The World Wakes' pursuit before anything else. Then go to'Missing, Presumed Death'.

HTML5: Although HTML5 Runescape remains in beta, it is a major upcoming change to the match. Improved graphics, camerawork, draw space etc., are only a few of the advantages of this. And of course switching from Java, which is a horribly unsecure item of software;--RRB- Divination: New skill, mind south of Draynor to begin. Inventing: New art arriving in 2014.

World-Events: Something related to the Sixth-Age (do the quests I stated to understand that ) where Gods fight each other in Gielinor, with the winner determined by the players. The very first one was the Battle of Lumbridge which featured Zamorak v. Saradomin (Saradomin won), the second that is presently taking place is that the Bird and the Beast which is Bandos v. Armadyl (the failure of this event dies). That's all that I can think of at this moment, but these are a majority of the major updates to the match. If you want to find out more about what's happening in 2014, check out buy OSRS gold THIS Reddit ribbon that summarises everything that occurred at RuneFest 2013.


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