How'd you start as someone interested in trying RS3 from RuneScape gold and get accustomed to everything? Thank you for the answers guys. I think I'll start a new RS3 accounts to learn everything's while I AFK train on OSRS, that changed. Who knows, maybe I'll get to it. I am curious also. Mainly a cell OSRS participant but logged in my old RS3 accounts and felt overwhelmed by the menus and RuneScape itself which I had been wondering if I came back what's a good method to find out RuneScape?
Find a clan to join. It will enable your encounter. It's going provide events, people to speak to, ask questions to, etc. Search youtube videos for the things you're confused about/ interested in. It'll be there, do not worry. As ultimately, those stats is exactly what you are likely to benefit from the maximum, I would get right into combat / slayer. Learning the new battle system is not quick to understand and as tough as it may seem. Sometimes I think that this is lost, but try to play for fun. There's no need to have the mentality of"I need to reach the endgame asap." Don't rush, explore the world, do quests, talk to individuals (stay attentive, still plenty of scammers esp g/e), ask questions.
Now that you have maxed what's your opinion on RuneScape? Can it be as bad as the osrs community depicts? I enjoy RuneScape, thats for sure. It does have a great deal of flaws (so does OSRS) but I have played and enjoyed my fair share of matches which are even more flawed than RS3 is. Something that did really stick with me was I never even properly trained some skills. This applied to Agility Hunter and structure. Other than utilizing Silverhawks, Protean boards and traps to a DXP weekend that I barely trained the skills. I'd warbands for construction and conducted the 10 laps of agility for a daily whenever I had to, but other than that I never even touched a vast majority of what the abilities had to offer while getting 99s.
If you said that in OSRS Gold For Sale, they will call RuneScape easyscape. RS3 is a lot easier compared to osrs, and it is not even just simply because of things such as bonus xp and keys. RS3 has existed for quite a while now, and during this time they've made a whole lot of QOL updates to many of the abilities, additional new strategies to train skills, higher content in skills, that generally make RuneScape easier cause of greater xp prices. Most osrs players think everyone on RS3 just buys xp, which a great deal of people probably do, but with how long RuneScapes been out there are a lot of ways to train every skill, and if you want be effective you can find some pretty crazy XP/Hr numbers.