Super player experience of Runescape online

Runescape was a better game for me. I knew many players all over the world. But there were some update of this game. Some players were not very familiar with it. I had some friend. Their account was banned for some reason. I knew they were not very familiar with the update. There were some new rules in the game, but they did not know, so their account was banned at last. The player should choose one type character according to my experience. It was not better to choose the default character. I was never online for long time. I had to care about my account and runescape gold. I usually changed my characters. But the cost may be a little high. But I think it is better than the account banned. If I met a foreigner I usually told them I was sorry when I played the game, I was busy now. Lots of the players were young person. They were not care about it. So it was easy to do that. I usually kept the rs gold in my warehouse. It was safe. Some time some player trade with the warehouse. I thought it was not very good. I thought I can find a place without others. I put the runescape money there, I can ask the trader to take it. I had to be care about the robber. I was care about the number of the warehouse. Some player usually used the small account as the warehouse and put lots of money in it. It was not better to be like this. I usually took the higher account as the warehouse. It was much safe.  There are many accounts for some professional players. They must be very careful about the quantity of the accounts. There should be several tasks for per account. It is better to make several task points, or your account should not be very high. If you had not task points then your account would be banned not long time. Then it would not cheap rs gold that they make. I lost several accounts after I played the game not long time. Some time I was a little regret to buy runescape. I asked many of my friends how to play it better. They taught me step by step carefully. I need to learn some skills myself. So I was familiar with the game step by step after some time. I can teach the newer to play the game better now.

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