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  • If you get dropped by a group of 2 or more then it is tough OSRS Gold however the beauty of the above mentioned method is your time cuts down to 1 second or less so you can just jump and it is very little time lost. I've had some real great fun watching crashers become lit the fuck up and have to tele out because they are awful at Runescape. Yeah, I suppose you're right. We were able to take back a few kills from them, a number of these came in and spec moved me instead of their dude that was hilarious lol. Yeah this shit stinks but wtf do you anticipate jagex to do? Crashing is a part of Runescape and frankly was.

    You talk about playing with Runescape untrue but drain the stats of corp. Like I recall this boss actually being strong as shit. Now you pretty much drain him being a chicken that on occasion will hit 40. Neither of you is doing corp what they do isn't against any rule and shouldn't be. That said contemplate working against becoming crashed. If ur so that you spend less time reducing stats duoing in with arclight/darklight instead of bgs, do like 200 dmg instead of 300 with all the bgs. Or find an alt to maintain open an instance. You ai not getting ur paying 200k for the luxury of being impossible to crash, penalized. Or know practice what you preach and perform corp"legit", no drains is gonna scare off most crashers cuz it is a waste of the time.While Runescape is greatly targeted towards RS3, as it is the longer running, chief version of the game and this subreddit was founded 4 years until the launching of OSRS, content from both games is welcome as they're both part of the RuneScape community. Since 2007 Runescape is the subreddit for OSRS, it is linked in our header and header since our Partner Subreddit, so that it will have some visibility here.

    AutoModerator is capable of accomplishing this, but it won't prevent players from posting OSRS content or questions unless that subreddit were to be content. Furthermore, it appears that many posts fitting this criteria are one-off articles from users that will gravitate towards 2007 Runescape after being redirected, which happens in the comments currently. Posts removed or will likely get filtered which are on topic with RS3 which mention OSRS if we were to attempt this with AutoModerator. If a post is filtered, eliminated this could create some frustration, and/or receives an automatic response that's irrelevant to the article subject.

    For a short time, we used to have but there were many false positives together with posts that were not filtered, so it had been immediately removed. Our motives for wanting to filter these posts were to remove articles which have an abysmal phishing url (possibly putting different users in danger ) and eliminating posts which attempted to inquire Jagex because of help related to a hijacking after receiving these emails (Rule 7).

    We might have the ability to improve our Account Help Wiki webpages by adding more advice while mechanically flagging these articles might not be sensible. The RuneScape Wiki has some information in regard to these scams as well as many others that are found inside and outside of Runescape. I see, I only find it quite sad to find some content developers post their OSRS themed articles or queries on here and receive basically rejected by the sub (who are often thinking about the other Buy Old School RS Gold themed subs), though this sub is for both game communities as you stated.