In my final blog I'll be speaking about how we're rebalancing the battle triangle; the new equipment we're adding (including something truly amazing that we've been keeping as RS gold a surprise); battle levels and pures; along with the changed relationship between meals, armour, life factors and Constitution. Thanks for reading!
Varrock has civilization (the museum) and purchasing (the expansive exchange). But once you venture off the main road, it's all slums. Nyet. Becoming walled in and well shielded provides you a sense of safety (possibly a false sense of safety?) , too. But if you are not a dwarf miner, there's not much happening there. Sure, there is the party space, but I've yet to see a party there....
In case you can't decide between small town life and big city excitement, Edgeville includes a little of both. Pack a picnic basket and take a chair on the mountain and observe the PvPers battle it out just outside of the Wilderness Wall (you're in no danger as long as you remain about the"civilized" side). It's a sizeable market in the village square. And it even comes with a zoo! However, who wants to live so close to that walled-in plague town (regardless of the rumors that the plague is a hoax)? And if you venture beyond the city walls, you're in danger of being kidnapped and forced to fight to the death from the Fight Arena (seriously, why not the government go and put a stop to this operation?) .
If you prefer sexy, arrid climate, then there's Al Kharid and Pollnivneach. Brutally hot climates do not appeal to me, purchase hey, whatever warps that your starship:--RRB- Port Sarim is a small fishing village. Very nice if you are a"boaty" person. Taverly was once a gorgeous druid village before it turned into a war zone. Not long ago, Taverly would have got my vote. Unfortunately, no more. Too dangerous.
What about Draynor Village? Well, it is centrally located. There is a wonderful small farmer's market at the end of a side street there. Port Sarim is just a few steps away whenever you receive the travel urge. Sure there's that little problem of the vampire, but despite all of the talk, I've yet to observe any steenking vampire. If there's really a vampire, he rarely if ever ventures outside his haunted mansion. There is reallyn't any extreme threat (knowing that Runescape is, itself, hazardous ) in cheap RuneScape gold the vicinity, if you don't go looking for it.