I believe I've made my point

  • As a last note, ESO offers attributes we've been begging for in rs3 gold for years - namely multiple alt characters under the exact same username and a more modern housing system in which you purchase a house which starts off vacant and unfurnished and you are able to fill it with any furniture you please. What's more you are given total control over the position and orientation of the furniture that you put so you are free to place anything anywhere rather than being stuck on specified hotspots. I could ramble on and compare runescapes longer (and there are a couple of areas where runescape wins out, but monetization isn't one of them) but I believe I've made my point. If anybody needs me to clarify anything allow me to know.

    If you are new and make a new character when shadowlands establishes you may level to ten at a new zone akin to tutorial island which will teach you runescape. Then level 10-50 in battle for azeroth. They said will probably be 70% faster then what it currently is to 50. So you are perhaps looking at 10-20 hours to degree to jump into shadowlands. For people who have already leveled through runescape they could select any zone they want and degree to 50 there without leaving and can enjoy the narrative. If you are unfamiliar with runescape, allow me to stress how enormous this change is. Not to mention the significant strike against the 120 boost(which is 60 dollars) It might take you about 100+ hours to level to max especially if it's your very first time. The whole community is very happy with this shift.

    WoW has megatons of content and full-scale raids and dungeons falling each patch (every few months), offers a world 100x larger than RS, functions on a greater engine (no signal rate clunky bullshit or jagged movement), and is much superior and hugely diverse in battle (12 unique courses and 36 distinct specializations). The systems and interfaces are better. You will find hardly any content and bugs is generally super polished, since stains proceed on PTR (Public Test Realm) for runescape player testing before they allow it to launch a month or two afterwards. The main story lore also has large funding cinematics and cutscenes, with CGI and voice acted (go check the Warcraft station on YT).

    There is plenty of reasons to whine about jagex and whatever cheap rs3 gold but nearly none of the reasons you listed are great. Games DONT RVEN HAVE PvM like RuneScape has. It is a dungeon run for armor drops more frequently then anything else, or massive group world bosses. Saying different games have better pvm when Runescape might be the only game that conducts pve content the way it does is silly.The lore and storylines are actually really good in RuneScape, I'd actually say it's on the highest tier for mmo lore and narrative. Some games such as WoW have deeper and more more complex lore but that's comparing it with the literal best.

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