Advice for a returning player?
Posted 25 November 2016 - 12:57 AM
I've recovered my original "main" account, level ~105 or so with probably around a 5m bank but I'd always preferred the skilling aspect of the game to combat and have managed to recover my old level 3 account with a pretty healthy bank thanks to true rising price of rares over time and some decent levels (base of 70 in most stats). The level 3 is the one I'll most likely play with now.
My overall questions are really;
Is item-transferring allowed now or still banned? I.e. Can I move items from my unwanted "main" to my skilling account?
Is skilling still a common way of playing or are most people combat-oriented?
What's the major changes I've missed - anything post Dungeoneering I suppose, mostly with regards to skills rather than new bosses etc.?
Are people still social/happy to chat and hang out? Towards the end of my time the game got noticeably more "single player" with very little public interaction ("it's xp waste to type" >.>) or are there places people still chat and hang out?
Visit my G&A Thread here
Posted 25 November 2016 - 01:11 AM
you can transfer items without worrying about breaking the rules, Jagex removed the multi-logging rule awhile back
RS3 is majority skilling and PvM based
There has been the release of two new skills AFTER Dungeoneering, Divination and Invention
Divination is Similar to RuneCrafting, pretty easy and afkable
Invention Im not 100% certain, I quit RS3 entirely after the release of Divination
Zybez has a Clan Chat that you can hang around in, also there are multiple social clans that are about in every world, I dont think you'll have too much trouble finding one, although a vast majority of players on here now, focus solely on oldschool runescape
hope this helps
Query KF on SwiftIRC for Any Questions about Downfall - RSC Voted Best Community
Posted 25 November 2016 - 07:17 AM
Moving this to Questions where it is better suited.
Yeah you can transfer wealth freely. Skilling is alright but roughly half to a third of the money of pvming. I think most people are more into pvm these days and only really skill seeking a pet or a 99/120 cape. There's Invention and Divination, which can help you skill a little faster with the right combinations of perks. Other than that, not too much skill-wise, assuming you know about Prifddinas.
Need any RS help? PM me in-game (PM *always* on!) or here and I'll do my best to either help out or point you in the right direction. Don't be shy!
Posted 25 November 2016 - 08:14 AM
Observe the community, there will be some interesting changes in store.
CT's excuse generator is currently being re-worked and updated to version 2.66 due to recent failures of processing the right excuse
Posted 26 November 2016 - 12:58 PM
RS3 is quite diverse in that there is really something for everyone, if you want to skill you can go for the skilling pets, 120 stats, 200m stats and there is good money to be made. On the other hand, bossing is the best money in the game, there is a multitude of bosses to choose from that all have their own tactics and methods of taking down. You can go for the completionists cape, you can go for the master quest cape if you like lore, you can do any number of things, it all depends what you want from the game.
Arc covered most of the main updates, if you want a more comprehensive list of updates you might wanna check out this page that lists all updates on the wiki.
Posted 28 November 2016 - 09:50 PM
Don't transfer yet. See if you like it first both on the low and high level account. The change is quite big to be honest.
Blogs Team Leader & CL of Questions, feel free to PM me with suggestions or ideas
Posted 10 January 2017 - 11:00 AM
Hi Divine welcome back,
I'm a RS3 player myself, and a lot of a skiller. Invention skill is a great new thing for returning players, changes the game a lot. You can train it while skilling too, and there are a lot of new things.
Check out the elven city Priff, it's a great place to train some skills.
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users