In one afternoon, I helped King Arthur and his knights (who had been on holiday in Runescape) recover the holy grail, infiltrated a monkey kingdom by disguising myself as a gorilla, and aided RS gold bickering goblin leaders select out a new wardrobe for their tribe.
I especially love the way quests write your personality. It’s funny seeing your avatar react wildly once you choose a relatively tame dialogue option. Following an immortal gypsy explained that the whole universe would implode if I did not complete a quest, my personality exclaimed”Not the whole universe! That’s where I keep my things!” If you mess up a dialog you can just try it , so I stated every line accessible whenever possible simply to watch different conversations perform.
One of my favourite quests is One Little Favor, which is basically a string of fetch quests during which each person you ask to help with some thing in turn asks you to help with something else.
This continues until you have a laundry list of favors to money in, and after the fifth or sixth petition, your personality is completely fuming. “Oh let me guess,” my avatar hissed as the umpteenth NPC stammered something about a lost whatchamacallit. If I wasn’t keen to see along, One Little Favor would have bored me to tears, but I was always looking forward to my next opportunity for a smartass.
Before I could start my saga, however, I needed to generate income and buy some basic equipment. My shopping list comprised potions to boost my abilities, food to recover my health, accessories to cheap Runescape gold teleport to significant locations, and magical stones called runes which are utilized to fuel charms, most notably handy teleport spells.