Why doesn't Jagex create an inbox/ingame email system whereby you can contact your friends and leave a message when they are offline. And when they login they can read the msgs left to them??? This would only be through your friends list people so as not to be flooded with scammers/spammers etc. BTW I have been playing this game since March 2005
- Last edited on 17-Jan-2019 19:11:54 by Baalpteor
I actually disagree with Coggles in that I think it would be nice to be able to send E-mails (I imagine they'd be implemented as 'letter's or 'telegrams' to keep in with the theme of the game). As someone that does not play RuneScape too often, it'd be a nice way to keep in touch with some folks.
You could easily eliminate spamming by making it only allowable to send messages to friends.
I see OP has been playing since 2005... not to compare measurements, but I have been playing since 2004 . When you've played this long you definitely can get to appreciate how such a system would be useful! One thing that comes to mind beyond keeping in touch with people is sending out group messages for clan members.Long retired from this game, to any of my old friends - I hope you are doing well .
I greatly disagree with everyone saying that this is a bad idea.
Guild Wars 2 has a great mailing personal mailing system without any spamming from third party companies or scammers.
There are many ways to avoid this system being abused. For example, only firends could send mails to each other, making spammers and scammers unable to contact you via mail. Also limiting every player to only send a maximum of 10 mails per hour.
I would love to see this feature implemented in the game.I don't even know what I'm doing
I too love this idea. As leader of a clan sometimes be nice to leave messages to my key ranks that play diff hours than i do.
I do have ways to contact them off game but still would be a lovely feature.
I always imagine a little imp bringing you the telegrams or messages however you think it would be called. No idea why i think of imps doing it but its something ive thought about long time.The richest person is not who has the most. It is who Needs the least.
- Last edited on 14-Jan-2019 11:29:01 by Ladyolake
This would indeed be essential, but somehow, it hasn't been implemented. Meanwhile, users have to go to Twitter, Discord and any other Social Media platform to communicate amongst them. In a way, this method is helpful because you don't have to be online to speak to them.Ľ Ana Ľ