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Kopaka

Kopaka

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Taking breaks is always healthy. RS3 will still be around if you wanted to check back in after several years or months or however long you need.

But also it's good to grow up and pursue new interests. I would say you should even consider trying other games, if you normally don't. I find quite often people who play RS only play RS, since it can be such a time sink. Exploring new alternatives is an opportunity you don't always give yourself.

As to the climate of the game, I think decay is a natural part of the life cycle of anything. I don't think very many games last 20 years and maintain the same vivaciousness they had when they started. Runescape is no different. Yes, there may be some excitement and thrill on OSRS but it is younger and I don't think it can last forever either.

14-Apr-2019 23:08:25

Kopaka

Kopaka

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Well as it has already endured 20 years I am pretty confident it will still be here. Who knows though, tomorrow is not a guarantee. It might not still be here in two weeks. But given the history of the game so far I have no reason to think it's going to go away any time soon.

Definitely take time to find your priorities and spend time on what matters when you are going through big life changes. It's a good decision to cancel a subscription membership cuz that -as I said in the first post - is a big time sink that can be detrimental to your emotional and intellectual resources while going through this stuff. A little relaxation is healthy but usually stuff like RS is more than just a little relaxation.

14-Apr-2019 23:20:07

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