We still have loveable Indie success stories, possibly more so now that the big studios are beginning to see the value in them OSRS Gold. However, the tale of RuneScape is one of trial and error, which is hardly accessible to developers now.For all its cut-throat competitiveness, RuneScape isn’t just a small group of people. Yes, it is the same … but like other communities, the RuneScape community are able to unite and help each other out with some shining moments worthy of the knightly distinction frequently seen on screen.
The most impressive act of kindness has to be on the part of the game’s developers Jagex who dedicated in game statues (and later, a pub) in memory of a top player ‘The Old Nite The Old Nite’ who tragically died in real life in 2006. The player had been active since when RuneScape was first launched in 2001. frequently held the mantle of second highest ranked player, just behind Zezima.
In connection with alleged activity on his profile following 2006, a myth circulated claiming he was still alive and that this was said to be due to hackers being able to gain access to his account that was locked. While neither one of these claims are completely proven however, this virtual representation of a ghost tale does highlight a unique aspect of MMORPGs as a whole: a myriad of stories are able to be created about players actually playing them.
I’m unsure if the statue that is located at The Old Nite still exists, but it stood near the southern portion of the Wilderness (or “Wildy” for short) it was a vast area of barren ground in north osrs skiller accounts for sale, frequented in the past by animals and players-killers. I never made the pilgrimage to the site to view it. It’s a shame.