After that I gave him the why am I wasting my time viewing this nerd bullshizzle look and OSRS gold he got the message. For the rest of the afternoon we did something stereotypical boys that era would do like play basketball soccer or race at the pool. Months later I hear a few really annoying children in my class talk about this game called Runescape. The game seemed vaguely familiar from the experience I had with my friend so I decided to attempt so I could act all pro into the annoying children. I made on a Friday day an account which I have lost somewhere in Varrock, so I left Sobend. This time I played safe and stayed in Lumbridge.
I got to level 20 or something killing cows and over the years got iron armor and stuff. Then when those kids were discussing it in class I barged in (this was a little before Runescape was well known and considered nerdy by children that age) and started talking about how great I was. I found it amusing.
Afterwards I spoke to my friend who originally introduced me to the game and he taught me a few more stuff, such as how to communicate with other players by typing (I did not figure that out in my own sadly). From there I kept training my combat stats and began doing mining and smithing. And then Runescape and I lived happily ever after. So share your own stories. I understand it was a long time ago for many of you but I think we all remember how we began to playwith. Also try to prevent yourself from becoming nostalgic and saying"runescape was much more enjoyable then guy." We know you believe that already.
After I was in 9th grade in High School a friend of mine named Josh (who had been such as the reject of the team:D) had informed us about the game. Several of us played with it for a great 3-5 months. By the end of the first school year just my buddy Gentry and I were the rest players. Josh had stopped also. So by about a quarter of the way into the second year Gentry got hacked by (we believe that it was Josh but not certain ) so he pretty much quit. I had been the only remaining player.
When I first started playing we all thought it was really cool. Well you know how overpowering the sport can be for your first-time player. There is simply so much to do! So many places to learn about. It took a toll on everybody included and I think that's 1 thing that flipped several of my friends off. I still remember being a noob believing Draynor was Varrock. As a matter of fact, there was a man on Sal's Realm named Thai Tong I'm sure a lot of you understand him;-RRB- He had been one of the very first men and women who told me about how to get stuff done and taught me a long the way. We've been friends for a lengthy time! Whenever I wanted assistance he was there and when Dungeoneering first came out he took the opportunity to buy RuneScape gold educate me about it cause it did not click with me at first.