I really don't enjoy what they've performed

  • Although I was not trying to explain agility shortcuts, I can see why it seemed like it. What I meant was that the especially artificial blockades appeared ridiculous. The lengthy fences extending around the desert are all that divides sand out of bud. It doesn't make sense, it seems absurd, and all of RS gold our players could climb over it in two shakes of a lamb's tail. If agility menus were to be redefined so that they were not linked to specific places but instead were specific actions (e.g. level 50, learn how to climb any and all cliffs, level 80, learn how to climb ice with a couple of pickaxes) then these bounds are logical.

    Yeah, I really don't enjoy what they've performed with Burthorpe and Taverly. There's no differentiation between both today, and it feels overly packed with no sense of payoff. I remember having a plaza with a few things, like having a market in Burthorpe plus a church (or perhaps a cathedral if we wanted it for a town...), but we surely need more space between Taverly and Burthorpe.

    I don't like seeing all of the trolls in Taverly. I don't like how absurd they have made it and how low levelled the trolls are. I need Burthorpe to feel as a gritty military city protecting the principality's lands out of the trolls. It doesn't feel really militant anymore, and until the update it didn't feel as a town or a city. I agree on the boundaries, although Jagex are making the transition into desert a bit smoother. Even when I first started I found it really strange. If we left the map bigger it would certainly be useful.

    Karamja generally could use an upgrade. South of Brimhaven it resembles a major square, not quite realistic looking. I never did Legends' Quest before dropping membership, but the Kharazi jungle looks like it may be traveled from north to south in ten minutes. On the Summer, I had to read a book set in England during the middle ages (approximately 1150). To get from city to town, the figures needed to walk for days. Most of the time was spent walking through lawless woods, where there was constant threat of attacks against bandits, outlaws, etc.

    The novel is fictitious, but I believe it is largely true in regards to property between major cities. Both are large, comparatively dangerous (especially to buy rsgp paypal an unexperienced traveller ), rather than packed to the gills with material.