The entire ability has countless D&D references from Megaomgchen's blog

The entire ability has countless D&D references, it is amazing. I really don't have any resources to do that, but I believe Gielinor was originally a D&D setting the Gowers played before they made it in to RS. Who wouldn't want a virtual version of their D&D world? I wouldn't be RuneScape gold shocked to find this out. I would also be lying if I said I had not"borrowed" some of their quests for one-shots. It would make a setting, particularly for a lore-hound like me. It'd be possible to make a setting guide for Gielinor that could vary in the size of a pamphlet into a full blown hardcover publication.

I have been slowly working on one for myself over time, but it's been getting more focus over my setting, because it's mostly for the novelty of it. If an official one got printed, I'd buy it in a heartbeat, and there have been numerous Lore alterations over the years it'd be good to have a hard definitive decision on some of the stuff. I feel like it'd be a very fun world to play, because happens behind the scenes, and to run. Unrelated, is RuneScape still great? I played years back and I am wondering if it keeps up. It seems as far as game play.

The graphics have gotten a massive update, but are still simple enough to buy OSRS gold play on a fundamental computer, however they seem good, it's not all pixels. There are a whole lot of new skills, based on if you played last, and there are a whole lot of in game purchases now, but largely for exp or makeup. If you want a grindy game to play while you are only frightening or reading, this might be a great one. I have been enjoying it along with a match on my phone whilst listening to songs, it is a good way to unwind after work. If Greymoor had dropped, I would be all over it. I'll probably pick it up again when I'm tired of that.

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Added Jul 25

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