Global RuneScape will attract more players in coming days

Date: Oct/23/13 09:38:35 Views: 443

As we all know, the currency in game is called runescape gold, and you can use it to buy any item or equipment you want. It's been way too long really, four years to be exact, yet here I am again in front of a laptop, tapping away at plastic. Looking out the window at the rows of office buildings in search of inspiration, I'm reminded of all the things that have happened since my last public display of verbal diarrhoea on this publication. And great things they were, because some of us have gone on to become professional journalists, achieve autonomy and God knows what else.

Although fansites have become somewhat antiquated in ways, people will always be people, and that means human interaction fundamentally stays the way it is. That's one thing that's for sure - fansites are places where you can cyber with other people. But I guess insipid egotism never helped anyone, and I'd hate to veer off-topic and make lewd jokes. What I wanted to relate today was Global RuneScape's comeback.

How the fansite's comeback, well, came about, would be of no interest to anyone. It would have happened on a day like any other, with Alienvortex the Overlord on his computer, minding his own business, when an old friend poked him on MSN. No great story in that anywhere, and I'm more concerned with what happens afterwards.

That's basically what an old mate of mine did. Me, I'm still the same old scrounger that I've always been. I still begin articles with conjunctions, refuse to eat my leafy greens, and the jarring noises I fiddle out with the violin never fail to make babies cry. And although my preferred method of self-promotion has gone from shameless narcissism to underbragging, I can say with some certainty that I'm essentially the same person. Sure, the world around us has manifestly changed; if you had tried to talk to me about smartphones as I was scraping through my GCSEs, I'm sure you would have been met with a "Hoh, you tok siri," or something to that effect. But now, not a single day goes by that I don't see someone whip out these curious little things from their pockets.