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Gotta not think of slayer as a"skill"

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RS3 is actually a great game that was complete, it's just packaged very badly and exceptionally overwhelming to ex-players. I have played RS since Classic and played RS gold article EOC for quite a while. I like the combat and skills but I have returned to OSRS because it is more akin to RuneScape I liked. RS3 also appears to be completely tailored to gamers along with stuff that I don't have any interest in. OSRS is much more chill and comfortable that's what I personally enjoy in an MMO, although both are great games.

I'm one of those osrs players after obtaining all elites done on osrs and just not having time for what I need anymore now with work. I'm simply taking rs3 slow and performing it how I want and not being efficient out of the gate. I see all the crazy things and occasions but I simply ignore it for now, but definitely will feel the pain later when trying to determine what I should do and what I can dismiss when I need. But I was surprised if you devote a little time exploring how player rs3 is cash wise. Like combination runecrafting and simple clues are starting off to get you going.

RS3 periodically since 2015 and I have played with. Even to this day that I feel slightly overwhelmed by all the features, pop ups and events; treasure hunter, makeup, the vast amount of distractions and diversions etc. and they're not even core features of RuneScape within my view; abilities and quests will be the cornerstones. Evolution of combat took some getting used to but was worth it. But I still use the legacy port for now. I can sympathise with those OSRS players coming over and feeling overwhelmed and lost.

The bigger question is why are giving RS3 a go. RS3 hasn't done anything big to improve player experience that was new and OSRS merely had a Darkmeyer expansion. So, Jagex upgraded the player experience before that, in 2019, it had been the Ashdale tutorial. They've already been doing little things here and there to improve it, but more is needed, thus the reason I made this post. But from what I can gather, OSRS players are burnt out (a person mentioned leagues before as being a possible motive ) and are likely only considering RS3 as something familiar, yet distinct, while they wait out the burn.

I want to hear your unpopular OSRS opinions

Gotta not think of slayer as a"skill". Its different to each other skill. I move to a tree, when I train woodcutting, and I train woodcutting. Same thing applies for almost each and every skill minus a few mix art methods (underwater agility/thieving for example) and a few different ones like Farming (in which you still"go do a farm run" however you do one then go off doing other things and the time spent farming is extremely quickly ). I don't do slayer to"just train slayer". Its going and relaxing in an afk job like Gargoyles, or bursting to RuneScape gold buy train my magic in the catacombs, or doing a boss with higher damage and accuracy while on job (or a slayer boss, at that).

 

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