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Aug 4, 09 at 6:24am ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
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Gearshifter (First player to level 123)
S A X (second player to lvl 123) [picture]
Zonghui (lvl 122)
Ladykilljoy (lvl 121. She never really got pass 121. First to 99 strength)
Lilyuffie88 (lvl 113 to lvl 120s. wasn't very famous until she reached some high prayer lvl)
Famous & Legendary players
Random order. Names in bold mean that the player was also famous. Names not in bold mean that player was first to a skill
Rab: Apart from being the first player to sign up and being one of the alpha testers, he created 3 quests, and moderated RS on the name "Moderator" for a year. Had a huge influence in early Runescape.
Bluerose13x: First to 99 Smithing, first/second to 99 Magic. Controlled Runescape.
L6vi: Was ranked #1 overall for a while. Later on, Tks passed him/her. Overall hiscore picture of L6vi #1 here
Lilyuffie88: She was famous after achieving a high prayer level. First to 99 prayer
The Old Nite: I don't think he was known as the mentioned above but he was known for his kindness and his levels.
Tks: She was ranked number 1 overall for a very long time until she requested Jagex to lock her account for security reasons. First to 99 fishing and 99 cooking.
Bonebreaker6: Ranked #1 overall after Tks requested for her account to be locked. Never moved to RS2, that is when Zezima and Lilyuffie88 passed him in ranks.
Ezarc: First player to reach 85 mining. Supplied the ores to Bluerose13x.
Gearshifter: First player to level 123 combat. Was famous because of his combat level.
Ladykilljoy: First player to 99 strength. Was famous because of her/his combat level mainly.
Due to the controversy of famous pkers, various users will have to recommend a famous pker for a pker to be added.
What is "RSC"?
RSC is means "RuneScape Classic". RuneScape Classic was the previous version of Runescape 2 (the game 99% of people play). RS2 was released in December 1, 2003. RSC remained open to everybody (f2p and p2p) until Jagex changed it to p2p only. Then, sometime in mid 2005, it was changed to "you must had played RS1 within the last 6 months to be able to play it AND be a member". There are currently very few people that are able to play RS1. Runescape Classic is also called Runescape 1 (RS1).
News: Section about Runescape being bought removed. I wrote it on Dec 8, 2007. When I didn't know as much about RS1 as I do now.
The following facts are from when RS1 was first opened to when RS2 was launched.
1. The member version of the game was launched on February 27, 2002.
2. The maximum combat level is 123. Prayer did affected combat level but not as much as in RS2.
3. You could only gain exp after killing the monster.
4. When your fatigue reached 100%, you had to go "ingame sleep" until it lowered. This was not in the game in the beginning. It is an addon Wink.
5. You could (still can) duel/stake anyone anywhere. When you died, you only lost your STAKED items and you spawned in Lumbridge.
6. Click here to view the original "planned" RS layout. This is not confirmed, so you can believe it or not.
7. Crumble Undead was 98exp per shot.
8. Al Karid (as it was originally called) was added a week or 2 after the game opened, before that it was just ocean.
9. There was no Adamant armor in the beginning. It was slowly released piece by piece. Same thing with rune. After Rune armor was integrated into the game (but no-one had it since no monsters dropped it or no-one could make it).
10. Beer could be drunk infinitely to raise your strength to level 99 which was promptly changed after word spread.
11. There was no buddy list at first, you used to have to type "tell (enter name)" then type your message and it would send your message.
12. Click here to see a picture of the RS highscores as of 2002, very old ^.^
13. Runescape Open Beta was released on Jan 12, 2001. Click here to see pic. From the Internet Archive, search "http://jagex.com" > dec 5 2000 > "runescape coming soon!" =)
14. In the really early stages of RSC (before the wilderness), The Sabres had a huge influence. This is a pretty cool quote: Largest War: Barbarian Village Debacle (Mithril Clan and RPKers versus EARTH Alliance, Syndicate Alliance, Dark Syndicate Alliance, NKKA Clan, and Sabres) this war filled up an entire server, almost 75% of the approximately 1200 users signed in were fighting this war. - Taken from this website
15. The Wine trick. This was when you drunk wine down to level 8 or below and attacked dummies. They gave 5 attack experience and no hp experience. You would see level 13s with rune 2hs.
16. If you stood in one location for too long, it gave you a warning, saying that you needed to move or risk being logged out. So if you were say, waiting with your general store screen menu open, you had to close it and take a step and reopen it in order to not be logged out every little bit. If you didn't move, you would be logged out and have to type random text to be allowed back in.
17. Player names were case sensitive at first. Proof can be found by clicking here.
18. Edgeville was once called "Ghost Town".
19. Only one person could talk to a banker at a time.
How Runescape opened
NOTE: All information in this section has been confirmed by the real Rab.
Cyberwars was a popular game on GamesDomain where Andrew Gower wrote his net earlier games (link to the archive site March 2000). If you click "Cyber-wars" on the site, you will see that it says "Designed and programmed for GamesDomain by Jagex Software. Lead Programmer: Andrew Gower, Graphics by Ian Gower." He, Andrew, didn't own the site. This is where Rab, Lighting, Gugge, and Merlin met the brothers and their friends.
None of the RS alpha testers (Rab, Lightning, Gugge, and Merlin) ever played DeviousMUD. DeviousMUD was one of Andrew's many games.
Around Feb 2000, Andrew invited Rab, Lightning, Gugge, and Merlin to test the very basic Runescape. Only Lumbridge Castle, a sheep, and Bob existed. Gradually more things were added to Runescape. Rab created the "Romeo & Juliet" quest during the testing, closed, stage.
Runescape opened for the very first time to the public on January 4, 2001. When you made your account, you would select what you wanted to be; Wizard, Warrior, Range, Adventurer, or Necromancer. Tutorial Island did not exist. After this selection, you would select to be a "Player killer" or a "Non player-killer". Back then, you could attack anyone anywhere 5 levels above or below you. Banks did exist but you could only store coins and only 1 of them at a time.
On August 13, 2001, The Wilderness was added to Runescape and the previous player killing system was removed. On this same day, you could now see the exact experience you had in a skill. You couldn't before.
"Official" Runescape Classic Firsts
Here are the players that were first to something in Runescape Classic. Though, there is a similar list down the fact sheet, that one was made back in Sept 2002.
NOTE: All pictures *next* to names are HISCORE pictures. Scroll down for the ingame pictures.
First player to achieve a 99: Everdred - August 28, 2001.
First to 99 Fishing: Tks
First to 99 Cooking: Tks
First to 99 Crafting: LtAngel - Picture here
First to 99 Woodcut: Everdred
First to 99 Herblaw: Halw-Gnun - Picture here
First to 99 Agility: Thehate
First to 99 Firemaking: Cowchicken
First to 99 Thieving: SwedeMike
First to 99 Fletching: Chilipeppers
First to 99 Smithing: Bluerose13x
Second to 99 Smithing: Krest**
First to 85 Mining: Ezarc
First to 99 Mining: Joe Bill64
First to 99 Prayer: Lilyuffie88*
First to 99 Range: Snake-Slava
First to 99 Magic: Bluerose13x
First to 99 Strength: Ladykilljoy
First to 99 Hitpoints: Zonghui
First to 99 Attack: Zonghui
First to 99 Defense: Zonghui
First to 100 Combat: Alchemon
First to 123 Combat: Gearshifter
First to max out melee stats (99 str, atk, df, hp): Zonghui
First to 80 Hitpoints: Alchemon
First player to be banned: Boot
Alleged first to sign up: Rab
First to 1000 Skill Total: Tiwi
First to 1100 Skill Total: L6vi - Picture here
First to 1200 SKill Total: L6vi
First to 1300 Skill Total: L6vi
First to 1400 Skill Total: Tks - Picture here
First to 1500 Skill Total: Tks
*Lilyuffie88 achieved 99 prayer in RS2 but since prayer is also an RSC skill, it is still counted.
**Krest gave his account away and because of this, his smithing was lowered from 99 to 89.
Ingame screenshots of players achieving the 99s or skill totals
99 Crafting - LtAngel | March 30, 2003
99 Woodcut (first 99 achieved, also in fun stuff) - Everdred | August 28, 2001
99 Smithing - Bluerose13x | December 13, 2001
@red@ produced red text
@blu@ produced blue text
@gre@ produced green text
@whi@ created white text
@cya@ created cyan text
@ran@ created rainbow text
Black Partyhat: It is rumored that some players saw Andrew and Paul wearing what looked like a Black Partyhat. This is a rumor so you're free to believe it or not.
Runescape before the Wilderness
On August 13, 2001, the Wilderness was added to Runescape. Little is known about how Runescape was before the Wilderness but what is known, I have discovered. Huge to thanks to Hohto!
- Names were case sensitive back then
- Lumbridge was a safe zone.
- Banks were a safe zone.
- There was a level limit: 5 (or 4) levels above or bellow you
NOTE: Because of the picture limit, I have merged all pictures into one. Comments can be found at the bottom.
Go here to look at the pictures (cant find a host to upload): http://officialzezima.com/board/index.php?showtopic=33
Robin Hood2 was a feared pker back then. He was around level 70s and that was extremely high for the time.
Robin Hood2 (aka Robin Hood) and Erixson were not just the top pkers. They were also ranked really high in combat skills. Because of level limits, they couldn't massacre anyone. The low number of high level pkers caused rivalries to be born. In that pic their armours (adamantite legs, mithril plate, steel long, steel kite, etc) look noobish, but it was the best possible set to get back in then. The lower pic is from the same battle but from a different view and doesn't show unfortunately any names.
Legendary Sunjon and some Jagex staff. Sunjon was one of the feared pkers and highest leveled characters in whole game. Unfortunately he stepped to the dark side and got caught in the first massban ever, the Runebot massban.
Pictures of the legendary clan "Gladiatorz" (Gladz).
The Legendary Item Dupe
NOTE: Originally, crackers were made (duped) that would make Pink Partyhats. Pink Partyhats weren't the only items duped. It has been reported that other items (like Dragon Shield) were also duped.
The Legendary Pink Partyhat dupe. Many argue that this never happened but they are very wrong. This did happen and they are not the same item as Purple Partyhat. So here it goes. From Jut's website. Enjoy reading
Evidence that this DID happen. Page 28 (as of april 19, 2008)
7 November 2003 - Duplicated items in game
It has come to our attention that someone has worked out a way of duplicating or creating items in RuneScape unfairly. Particularly it seems they are doing this with christmas-crackers which produce party hats.
Obviously this is a pretty obscure problem, since it's taken over 10,000 combined years of RuneScape playing for anyone to find it, but we're determined to close this hole.
Update: This problem is now fixed, thanks for everyone who offered help. With respect to the reward we offered, this will be given to the person who sent the first email explaining how the object creation was done.
I was the person who discovered the dupe and used it, and told like 3 other people, and then it got leaked. If it hadn't gotten leaked, I would be rich and the economy wouldn't suck, and Jagex wouldn't be uber pissed at me. This shall be a historical acount of the third time of duping. Before you begin to read this, please know this had no intentions of hurting the economy, or Jagex in any way shape or form. As for me, I have been banned on every character I own (including ones that did not use the dupe and we're banned out of error. Jagex wouldn't listen to my appeal though). Because of this, I am also quitting RuneScape now. But hey, at least im going out with a major bang. Now, onto the fun/interesting stuff.
The way the dupe worked was when in a trade screen it would put up a non-stackable item with an amount of zero, where it would normally be one. This would trick my side into thinking I put up nothing, and the other into thinking I put up one. So really, it's not duping because you don't need one to start with. It's more like "Creation." It also used an item ID. An item id is the number given to an item. No, each item does not have it's own ID. All r2h's are item 81, and all pink hats are item 580. This is why it is extremely hard for Jagex to find out which hats are real and which are fake. Here are some other numbers of items:
580 - Pink Hat
579 - Green Hat
581 - White Hat
576 - Red Hat
578 - Blue Hat
577 - Yellow
1278 - Dragon Square
795 - Dragon Med
575 - Cracker
81 - Rune Two Hander
And the next morning. Note that this was my main, who I had NOT logged into at any time during the whole duping dealy so he wouldn't get banned for bug abuse. Well guess what, he was banned. And, he didn't abuse a bug. It tells me to check my message inbox, but guess what, they didn't give me a letter either. Oh well. Probably deserve it.
Just remember, this was all for historical purposes. I now am quitting
runescape. But like I said, I am going out with a bang. Also, I am very sorry to
anyone who may have been hurt by my actions, especially jagex themselves. It was fun while it lasted. Thanks everyone.
*PAUSE*.. go wash your face.. done? ok continue reading:
The story. Some guy (SixFeetUnder) was playing around with [link Removed] (RuneScape cheat), trying to trade a scythe. He failed. During his experiments he found out one rather interesting thing. Any nonstackable item can be created. Well, he got very excited and told 5 other people - me (Kaitnieks), Dylock, g0ne, Aid uand David. One of us couldn;t keep the mouth shut so in the next morning every RS player was crying about duped pink hats sold in Varrock for 5 mill each. Naturally it was just a matter of time for Jagex to find out, so I decided to have some fun. Like we did the other time with banker killing.Even I know that crackers and the silly hats are the most expensive items in the game. So naturally we created those. Oh, two guys also created and alched some kind of expensive shields (I dunno, drag squares or something - hey, don't call me n00b, I finally know where Al Kharid is). They made over 1 billion each. Anyway, here are pictures.
To create items, you must trade with someone. They can give you any nonstackable
item by specifying count = 0. It's fixed by now. Well done Jagex, took you less
than a whole day."
"Many people thanked me that day. I'm sure it was good for economy and people who
had no chance to get a silly hat, too bad we didn;t manage to make way more of
"The background. Here are some random facts.
1) Hats and other items were created by [link Removed]. [link Removed] is infamous RS cheat,
you don't need to know much about it, just how Jagex said there are no cheats
for RuneScape. Did they make a mistake or did they lie to you? You decide.
Anyway if someone offers you [link Removed], don't download it, it's not being given
to anyone and what you will be downloading is a keylogger. Trust me, that is so.
2) Almost all players who created items got banned. Someone made 40 mill,
someone almost 100 mill and didn't get banned but most of the accounts did.
Especially those having 1 bill GPs and 100 sets of hats. My personal gain is
some pink hats and ~5k steel bars. Not that much eh?
3) It took several hours for Jagex to figure out the problem and fix it. During
this time they didn't do anything to stop the duping.
4) Jagex could not trace which items are duped and which are normal. That's why
only some items got deleted.
5) The situation in market is very unstable but seems like the rarest hat (pink
one, the most ugly hat) is now one of the most common.
6) Jagex did not roll back. I guess they don't really mind seeing rares becoming
7) Andrew doesn't have sense of humor. Mod Mark does. He's the man! But
Andrew... You should all send e-mail to Andrew and tell him you love him, he's
very sad and lonely. Andrew promised Dylock lifetime membership if he helps.
Instead of that he banned his account. Go on, help the kind RS mods, your reward
will be a ban, you know you want it.
Cloned names and Fake moderators
An user named "Diablorl" (aka David) found a way to add a space at the end and thereby cloning a name. He created the name "Paul_" (one space at the end) which very closely resembled Paul. Paul is the brother of Andrew Gower (games creator and current owner of Jagex Ltd) and had (still has) a golden moderator clown before his name.
Back to the story: He created the name "Paul_" (a space at the end) and started to spam. Many, if not all, players thought that he was the real Paul and were very confused. Although, a good amount of real Jagex Moderators did show up after a while, they were unable to boot (kick) him from the server because it would cause a "con to the whole server" [hohto]. These are the pictures:
Some pictures have white text as black, report abuse area as fully red, and ect. This is because I just right clicked and copy+pasted, instead of saving, then opening.
The Knife Bug
-----THE KNIFE BUG-----
This is nothing new to ME.. I have read before.. but yea it has "faint" away into my memories.. and I just forgot to add it to this topic until Meili started posting lolz. Here it goes. Enjoy -.-
From Meilis website (link in contributors list).
What was the knife bug?
The knife bug is an old bug where players could equip knives which were then a useless item but spawned upstairs of varrock general store. Apparently when Jagex created knives they put 3 weapon aim and weapon power on it but at first they were useless, it was only when flecthing came out in members that knives became useful. Each knife gave an additional 3 weapon aim and 3 weapon power to whatever you wielded.
Many players were banned for this bug such as Bigkingsfan, Grubyyyyyyyyy, Trupimp, Silentboy05, etc. Silentboy and Trupimp's permanent bans were later made into temporary bans and they got to play on their characters again.
The first I ever heard of it was whispers in the game of some players being able to hit 30s. This was Jan or very early 2002, I think, and the max hit was supposed to be 30 with 99 str and no one had 99 str yet.
How the knife bug worked
Special note: this does not work anymore and these pics are recent ones, not from the actual time that you could do the knife bug.
In your inventory have a weapon. Knives should be in the space to the right of the weapon. Click on the mini map so that your char starts walking then click on "drop the weapon." Now, as I'm sure we all know, if you try to drop something while you are walking it doesn't drop until your char has stopped. Before you char stops moving, right click on the weapon, as shown on the pic below:
In the pic below it shows that the weapon has been dropped, however the "wield weapon" option is still available and the knife is now in the place where the weapon was. If you click on "wield" then the knives were wielded!
When a knife was equipped it added weapon aim and power, the more knives you had equipped, the more weapon aim/power you had. The only drawback was if you equipped a lot of knives you had no room for food.
Someone gave me this pic of a newb using knife bug and hitting 25 with a bronze hatchet and knives on a greater demon.
Day of the knives
Now apparently some people had discovered the knife bug but it was a closely guarded secret. However, a lower level player X Magna X if I remember correctly couldn't resist showing off and numerous people saw him hitting a 30 which was impossible for him to do because it would have required him to have 99 str (which he couldn't possibly have due to his total xp which was seen on hiscores). Then the secret itself was posted in a Runescape fansite forum.
After the secret was revealed it was total chaos for one day as everyone tested/pked/trained the knife bug. People were hitting huge numbers left and right, people with even mid level str could hit 30s while those with high str easily hit in the 40s.
Funnily enough since there was only one source of knives people would stand at the knife spawn and check to see which players were collecting knives, which included RS's famous poeple.
Fixing the knife bug
After a time Paul took partial control of the situation as he started banning people for using the knife bug. Most players then stopped using it on their mains but low level wildy was full of noob pkers hitting 30s.
Hohto gave me this pic of the old-style rainbow system message of Angel2002 being banned.
It was actually a day of much fun, hardly anyone seems to have lost much and people enjoyed hitting all of those high numbers. New players were made with names "knife" or "knives" in it to remember this day.
The next day the bug was fixed and knives could no longer be equipped. A punishment was also added - those who logged in with knives equipped in their inventory died instantly. This is what actually led to a lot of people losing their valuable items, most notably Buffyslayer was instant killed when she logged in and lost her rune kite which at the time was worth over 10 million gp or so.
Runescape Firsts (2)
These are the people who were the very first to do a certain thing. Some may no longer appear on highscores because of many reasons. Some are: account deleted - not logged in in over 4 to 5 years, stats too low, never moved to RS2 = stats don't show, and many others. All are real. Enjoy!
From this website (added to contributors list) - If it doesn't appear, it was taken down (if you are reading this some years/months later).
Some may already be in the fact sheet but many more are not
first to sign up - Rab
first to get banned - Boot
first to be banned for using RuneBot - Silver Spawn
first to reach 1000 skill total - Tiwi (banned)
first to reach 80 hp - Alchemon
first to reach 99 strength - ladykilljoy
first person to reach a level 80/90/99 stat - Everdred, woodcutting
first level 99 cook/fisher - Tks
first to get 99 hp - Zonghui
first level 99 mage - Bluerose13x
first iron miner/smith - Dmonik
first mithril miner/smith - Dmonik
first adam miner - S H A R K
first adam/rune/level 99 smith - Bluerose13x
first rune miner - Ezarc
first to craft diamond amulets - Mysticsmagic
first to craft dragonstone amulets - Hiana
first level 99 pyromaniac - Cowchicken
first level 99 thief - Swedemike
first person with 1300 skill total - L6vi
first person with 1500 skill total - tks
first to pk a moderator - L6vi killed Andrew in a deathmatch
inventor of drop parties - Dumb Woob
Second RS fansite *ever*
While reading the Gower Archive forums, I saw a topic that was named "Second RS fansite ever" or something similar. The oldest file I found was uploaded on their website on 24-Jan-2001 23:29! I have also found some information on previously totally unknown or not much information available.
While on their "Get Started" page, I got the following
- Warrior - Warriors start out with a bronze short sword and wooden shield. They also have 3 attack, defence, and strength. If you start out with this class, you will also start with 12 hitpoints.
- Wizard - Wizards start out with a staff and a blue wizards hat. Their stats are 1 attack, defence, and strength with 10 hitpoints. You will also start with +6 Goodmagic.
- Adventurer - Adventurers start out with 11 hitpoints with 1 attack, defence, and strength. When you start, you will also get a bronze axe(hatchet), jug, pot, and tinderbox.
- Necromancer - Rangers start with 10 hitpoints, a staff, and black wizards hat. They also have 1 attack, defense, and strength.
- Ranger - Rangers start out with a shortbow and 10 arrows. They also have 12 hitpoints, 1 attack, defense, and strength level.
You may be wondering: "What does this mean...?". I will explain. At the very very beginning, you could choose what type of player you wanted to be. This quote gives us more information on this. Click here to access the website.
Banker killing fest
-NOTE: This happened BEFORE the pink partyhat dupe-
Somehow, some players were able to kill bankers using the same program that allowed item duping. The pictures with the name of the program that allowed this, have had the program named blacked out. The website where I got this from cannot be credited to because it contains some links to autoing websites. This bug didn't last very long =p. The last picture is another picture of the black hole (very few pictures around). All pictures were "linked" into one picture to save "picture space" (50 picture limit).
All this was done with -
All I had was a lvl3 character, a shortbow and some arrows.
Apparently players (unlike Jagex) think it's funny too:
What? You won't exchange singapore dollars??? Take this lazy banker!!!
Now who's better?
Lol - maybe the best ranged training place is at Varrock bank?
Bah, my mates closed doors on me lol. Well soon to get back to banker slaughter.
At this point Jagex... err... fixed the bug, that allowed us to kill bankers. At least they tried to, for that we bow to them.
Here are my stats. Every single level is gained either at tutorial island or killing bankers.
Finally I decided to pay a little visit to my friend Mod Bennet at his office. For some weird reason he didn;t think that banker slaughter fest was funny. Actually he described it in a word, that RuneScape masked with ****ed. Anyway he wasn't in a mood for talking because some less mature [link Removed]rs managed to piss him off before Smiley
Here my trip ended. Bennet came for a little moment and then disappeared. Oh well, worse for him, we could tell each other scary stories in the dark or try to figure out why we're hanging in the air and not falling (so do the dropped items Smiley)
The Carpentry Skill
This skill was never *fully* released in Runescape Classic (though, was released in RS2. Named "construction"). For some time, it appeared on the stat window but there was no way to level it.
Andrew sometimes talked about player-owned-houses that he was trying to add to the game. At one point, he added some houses on the east side of varrock. Though, you could do nothing there. Here are some pictures:
In this picture, you can see the "Carpentry" skill. There was no way to level it. Also, you can see Zonghui achieving 99 strength.
The world map picture of the POHs.
Later on, the POHs and the inexistent skill "Carpentry" were both removed.
The She-male Bug
Using the same program that allowed the banker killing fest and the pink partyhat dupers, players found a way to use female-looking items on male characters and vice-versa. So for example, a female character would be seen with facial features only a male character would have. The following picture is a reunion of players with accounts that were shemales.
In RSC you could go to gnome stronghold and in part of the quest you could buy a war ship. War ship was useless but like the toy horse, you could play with it. This item was discontinued when Runescape 2 came out; no-body is quite sure why - but it led to this being the most rare item in runescape. Right before Runescape 2 became Jagex's permanent MMORPG and all accounts had to choose to transfer to RS2, two players named "Dylock" and "Kaitnetiks" both learnt a way to duplicate items using the trade system. The glitch was leaked and the price of all rare items dropped extremely low in value. The war ship, being untradeable AND not rare to the knowledge of other players, became the rarest item in the game.
The only known Devious Mud testers:
Merlin, Andrew, Paul, Lightning, gugge, rab
first 99 evear
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Aug 4, 09 at 7:53am ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
that took a while to read
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Aug 4, 09 at 5:45pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
I figured it was a good read and thought you guy might enjoy it as well.
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Aug 4, 09 at 8:38pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
Yeah, it was a good read. Thanks for posting it.
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Aug 6, 09 at 5:45pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
Hey guys, im trying to start up my membership again but i seem to be having trouble doing so. When i click on the subscribe button it asks me to enter in my password but whenever i do i just keep getting a message saying "there is an error trying to log into this part of the site". Is this happening to anyone else or am i doing something wrong
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Aug 6, 09 at 5:58pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
A friend of mine used to be friends with the Old Nite, but he got deployed and such and by the time he got back, the Old Nite was long gone.
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Aug 8, 09 at 7:31am ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
All righty. Two things. I'm off of WoW, seeing as highschool is rearing it's ugly head. Two. kancerous_one, why down with maryland? D:
I saw taillights last night, in a dream about my first wife, everybody leaves so why wouldn't you?
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Aug 18, 09 at 1:22am ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
If you are going for the quest cape, do you have to complete the Rag and Bone Man wish list as well as the main part of the quest?
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Aug 18, 09 at 3:08pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
Xero: No i dont think you do
I'm thinking of perhaps using SC hammers for quick construction xp but i got a few questions which various sites seem to be lacking information about. How much is a morphic tool and can you get muliple amounts of them before you start training? Also how does the charges work? Right now i'm 71 con (what i'll be training) and 61 smithing (if that matters for the hammer) so how many charges do you reckon i'll have per tool? Also how do they work, do they run out after a certain amount of xp gained or amount of times used?
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Aug 18, 09 at 3:27pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
quote Runescape wikiasource
quote gamez expertMorphic Tool
And yes, you can have multiple morphic tools at once. Morpic tool is 20 sc points.
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Aug 18, 09 at 8:29pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
quote Nero7571) Welcome back to Runescape
2) Its something that me and Fluffy Sk1lls started to say when we were playing NCAA 09 and he couldnt beat Maryland.
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Aug 18, 09 at 9:50pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
Thanks guys. That's really good to know. I didn't want to have to do the wish list as well.
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|The Groove Master||
Aug 23, 09 at 10:40am ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
So you can say "I told you so" If you want to, but I paid for a runescape membership for a while because I missed you guys. I won't play nearly as much and I'll see if I'll play actively when school starts but for now You will find me online having fun instead of hardcoring it all day (hopefully). I will try to organize alot more events for us to go to and stuff like that.
For the record I never posted in quitting thread or made a thread on my own, and I did call it a summer Hiatus
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Aug 23, 09 at 12:12pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
Ye but a summer you've spent playing mini-golfy and isketch instead
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|The Groove Master||
Aug 23, 09 at 12:21pm ^re: General Runescape Discussion XII
Yep! mini golfy right joshy >_>
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