There were notes on RuneScape gold my bow string money-making strategies that were stapled to the page. To sum up, I spent many months stumbling through the field of flax, the spinning wheel and bank of Seers' Village without a break and continued until I had successfully rewired the brain to be more fun. The outcome was a summer working on my Construction skill - worth it.
It's fascinating to look back at the diverse playstyles I've engaged in throughout the years, From ripping through boss runs to running a role-playing clan to endless hours of training so I could accomplish an objective.
Nowadays, I take my time and not use items that increase my XP base, so that I can take my time on the long process of levelling up. I usually read while playing - it's strangely enjoyable to hear the clink of my pickaxe or mattock as background music.
What keeps me returning to RuneScape is the feeling it gives me like a living organism, constantly changing with new challenges and places. Then there are the skills in the interwoven tapestries that connect the various gameplay elements together, and allow me to play from creating runestones to exploring dinosaurs. My favorite game is Archaeology due to how it connects lore discovery with amazing skill advancement.
On the subject of RuneScape stories, do not forget the quest lines. In this game, I've experienced gothic terror in epic fantasy, as well as one man's desire to cheap RS gold bake a cake. I'll never forget all the hours that I was in The Temple of Light, even if I sometimes wish I could. There's also Old School RuneScape through which I can travel back to the game I was captivated by.