The question is... why would you get a 99 skill? Theres no need to maximum some skill to 99 to play the sport. Yes some end game PVM requires a FEW non-combat skills to be pretty high (not even near 99 however ). Im now 109 battle (126 is maximum ) in my main, and all my non-combat abilities are 70 or lower, which can be pretty easy to achieve and high enough for pretty much everything I want to do. Additionally im playing with casual. There are weeks that im playing 1 hour with cheap OSRS gold. Nevertheless I do anything I was doing when I logged out and hop and can advance back in at any moment.
It is as grindy because you want it to be. I've been playing OSRS since release and I still do not have a single 99 ability because it's just not necessary to appreciate - or be good at the game. This is not like WoW, where your path is streamlined and everyone has the very same goals. The battle system might be easy first glance but notably in PvP and endgame PvM, it can have a lot of depth and it has a"skill ceiling". OSRS battle requires fast and exact clicking, which takes a ton more skill than tab targetting and spamming keyboard buttons to get rotations such as in WoW. I've not ever heard of that"bug" you are speaking about. As it's not necessary, there is no level scaling in PvP.
You may attack players according to your and their battle level. Low levels combat high levels and levels fight with high levels. Yes, you're expected to get supplies like food, potions and arrows to be able to pvp, what's so bad about this? There's construct variation in PvP. Honestly, you do sound unbiased enough to provide a fair assessment of OSRS and knowledgable. You sound like a bitter WoW fanboy that missed out on Runescape because it had"shit images" and is currently badmouthing the match in an attempt to justify his poor decision and feel much better about himself.
I feel somebody reminiscent of write this whole comment the time'wasted' about the match. I have seen people who loved the sport state similar things, but the majority of what you've said paints as both ignorant and stupid because very frankly your main beef with the game is actually just a personal preference of sport play.You can not call my observation that the game is only grinding an opinion. It is true, rather than in a good way. Some one said that it is"as grindy as you would like it to be," and that I actually had a chuckle out loud. That's true in the sense that, yes, I really could grind in the match. Or I could CHOOSE to turn off the game and walk away. What a decision? Personal preference might be a element in my view; but there is at least one quantitative factor which can be used to quantify a game's worth on www.rsgoldfast.com, irrespective of preferance.Loading content, please wait.