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stone slashe
Jan Member 2019

stone slashe

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I'm a returning player. Stopped around EoC and I'm finding it hard to get back into things, could use a bit of direction. A little side note is I only get like 5-10 hrs of play a week. Let me put it like this, it's been longer since I've played than my kid has been born lol. Here are some pictures of the quests I was working on and stats..



Said the pleb^

02-Mar-2018 03:04:40 - Last edited on 02-Mar-2018 03:28:39 by stone slashe

Jeremy C
Jun Member 2008

Jeremy C

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It really depends on what kind of content you like to play. After a long absence, I would simply suggest exploring in order to see the different things that have been added. As you come across new stuff, look into it. I use RS Wiki fansite all the time when I come across things that are new to me.

On a side note, your images aren't working. Refer to this thread for a guide to posting pictures here on the forums.
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02-Mar-2018 03:23:50

Deb

Deb

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Welcome back :).

Since you enjoy questing, my suggestion would be to finish all those you've started. Then go from there, some quests will have follow up quests which you can then do. Some of those quests will have requirements you dont meet. Use that to train those skills and learn the new best ways to train them. A lot has changed since you've quit but this way you get back into a lot of skills gradually on your own tempo.
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02-Mar-2018 09:57:46

Vayhk

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Are you familiar with the daily challenges? Also, there is a revolving "Minigame Spotlight" to get back into the swing of your favorite games.

Otherwise, I'm still a new player but we could play together if you see me online!

03-Mar-2018 15:24:34

Munak

Munak

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Welcome back to RuneScape.

1: Understand your surrounding:
RuneScape has much to offer and this includes a wonder selection of beautiful environments and locations, doing quests without acknowledging the location of the cities you're visiting would only prove a little more challenging.
2: Game's Content:
The game has changed drastically, we've gone from a stand there and swing sort combat system to a multi chained combat rework, this goes for skilling too, skills such as rune crafting and fire making have most likely changed since your leave and now offer easier and better aspects to levelling up as do most other skills.
3: Beginning to progress:
Like most things in this world you can only really progress when you're fully prepared, so once you've taken the time to take in what RuneScape has become you can tackle things such as quests and new bosses, both fortunately come with guide if you're ever stuck on finding or overcoming them.

Hope you have a great time back in RuneScape and look forward to embracing the enjoyable community and content.

Munak
It's your friendly neighbourhood skiller.

03-Mar-2018 16:40:36

stone slashe
Jan Member 2019

stone slashe

Posts: 7Bronze Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
Thank you all for the suggestions and help, I've finished all the quests I was working on (aside from devious minds due to needing 65 smithing) and a few that weren't started, 'Hand in the Sand' and 'Curse of Arrav' being two of them. Started making some cannonball and working on Morytania easy and medium tasks for Mory legs 2. Any of you feel free to add me and shoot me a message when you see me on! Said the pleb^

04-Mar-2018 13:43:51 - Last edited on 04-Mar-2018 13:50:12 by stone slashe

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