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  • I play from time to time, like after a year I make a brand new account and burst. I never moved p2p and wouldn't necessarily want or need to. This may be seen for avoiding addictions. Now I have low level ironman to finish Dragon Slayer and that Mut 21 coins for sale most likely will be the end of the year. I am also constructing old PKer. If you are feeling hooked and you are missing out on life content, please perform less and live more. Quit RuneScape if you really need to.

    My thoughts? When abused anything could be unhealthy. This reads like one of these overly exaggerated reports of somebody with serious addictive character issues getting themselves hooked on a medication, destroying their life to it and then complaining about it; meanwhile the remainder of the populace utilizes said medication responsibly and has no problems with it. Sure, RuneScape is addictive, very similar to a very addictive drug. There's no denying that. You can play daily, one hour or three and don't have any problems. You go to work, have a social life (or not if you're not that kind of person anyway), and then you play for a couple hours - many men and women spend as long glued to your TV vegetating in their couch.

    Then what makes it more BS is that nowadays people do play RS. I personally have 1/3 my display for RS, and the rest is for other stuff; I watch videos/Netflix, but also see a lot. I read about subjects of my interest, which is related to real or life sciences - I have enlarged my knowledge in subjects I did not immediately study in uni immensely while playing RS. That is to say that nowadays most players do what they would do but also have RuneScape running in precisely the same moment. No need to generate RS into some kind of evil boogeyman.

    I have a thought to add, and I really don't mean an assault on anyone or the community itself or it as a slight. This guy explained that RS was an addiction that he believed he needed to end by distancing himself from RuneScape and cheap Mut 21 coins deleting his account. You assert that he definitely did not stop (he did claim to have stopped for at least four weeks when he wrote this) and he probably came back to RuneScape, because most individuals do. I wonder if this is less common than we believe, and if it's just and warranted in our indulgence in RS?