Are you guys active on Reddit like I am? Well, actively reading but not much of replying, but still, I spend more time in that website like any ordinary person. If there’s one Sub-Reddit I go to the most is the Old School Runescape Sub-Reddit. Well, for one, I love OSRS. Second would be that the game is filled with drama and it interests me as a player and as someone who likes watching people debate or fight behind their monitors. I would like to say that the drama is not a regular occurrence but how often it happens, I can definitely say you can have a daily dose of vitamin D for drama for all OSRS Accounts.
OSRS Accounts: Not All the Time
OSRS being a community driven game, player interactions can lead to fights. Not all the time of course. As how a community should work, there are moments where it really feels like OSRS players are just like your helpful next door neighbor. One needs help and players authentically lend a hand. Like how Purpli, a user in Reddit, is dwelling on coming back to OSRS, posted to seek opinions if he really should come back to the game. Here’s his post:
I quit about 6 years ago in 2011, but recently I’ve enjoyed watching rs videos on YouTube about DMM and Iron Man series, and I’ve been thinking about playing again.
Thing is I don’t have as much time as I did to play when I was younger so I’m not sure if it’s worth it to only play for an hour a day if that, or even if I’ll enjoy it.
Is OSRS still enjoyable even if you can’t grind out to high stats quickly? Or make a ton of money in a day?
OSRS players replied with complete sense, as you would expect otherwise. Some said that it is wise to try out the game again as a free-to-play player first and see if he will love the game just like way back six years ago. Some encouraged him outright to come back for the reason of OSRS still is really fun to play the game. There are more Old School Runescape Accounts owners replied to the post. See all the comments in his post. Maybe give Purpli a piece of your mind as well.