Title: What can be done to be done to bring back the old
Tags: RS Gold
Blog Entry: If you're already price manipulating Read this article: It may seem like you're thinking, "This is going down the amount I earn!" This is true. But the RS gold proportions between the price of items purchased and what you make will be relatively stable. The more affordable items mean you don't need to spend large amounts of money to get what you want. This allows the market to flow freely and a lot of players will be able to participate in it. A country that has 100 wealthy individuals will not last however, an economy that has 10,000 players will flourish thanks to more business. What can be done to be done to bring back the old system of economics? The previous economy was one in which most skills could be used to make a profit regardless of the amount they cost. Using the same boycott technique I discussed earlier, we can bring the prices down to a level where the high leveled skilled workers who have worked their asses for a long time to reach these levels, will be able to rightfully make more money than someone who's been cutting wood for four days. While it might seem daunting, I believe it's possible to make sense of this data. The past repeats itself. This is true not only for this universe however, but also for the alternative one where most of us have lived at least a few more years. It's better than none trade fluctuation at any rate. (Jagex is a risky choice in times of peril. In other words, in the wild. While I'm happy to answer any questions you may have, it is impossible to answer as quickly as is possible. Thank you for taking the time. If you're looking to fight the price manipulations, please spread the word and form the unions. I am unable to play more than a few seconds nowadays so I will not be able fight on your behalf. A while back there was a thread that was started. It was titled "Skill Capes: Are they destroying Runescape?" This thread was about how weather skill capes have been causing a lot of disputes in Runescape. The topic was the fact that "if you have a 99, you are instantly a noob/sucker at rs/at rs/at rs/at rs/at ls/at life and so on." So, let me get to the point. I got into a heated argument today with a level77 turd that was wearing a cape that wasn't trimmed for firemaking. The turd received his cape untrimmed after burning logs for 99 firemaking for 3 and half weeks. Then cheap OSRS gold he decided to go for 99 Fletching, the second most ridiculous excuse for a simple 99.