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The first day was a defeat for the players

  • Either Jagex severely overestimated the size of OSRS gold their player base, or they need Tuska to win. In the case of the former, we've seen that before with the Falador memorial altar and possibly with the oldschool referendum, where Jagex retconned the original plans because of overestimating the amount of players. If you consider the other possibility though, things become quite interesting. The event seems to be structured in a way that discourages success by players. The quantity of damage done to Tuska per attack is miniscule in comparison with the daily lifebar. It's halfway through the next day and we've barely managed to do 1/4 the harm required to win.

    The first day was a defeat for the players, which many blamed on how the event was out for only 12 hours rather than 24. However, think about the brand new release hype inciting players to perform a number of times on the very first day. Players have very little incentive to attack Tuska greater than once per day, getting reward points for only 1 raid per day. Considering the ordinary RS player's unwillingness to perform any content with no benefit, we could forecast that future attacks on Tuska will be equally unsuccessful. Will Zaros pull some ridiculous feat of Deus Ex Machina to save the world, and we all pretend nothing happened? Or will future articles entail rebuilding the entirety of Gielinor? Has Jagex even ready for this outcome?

    I go and look and it states I'm permantly banned for using macros and gold farming, only problem, I have NEVER EVER EVER botted and Buy RS gold never would, not only is it useless, but it ruins the in game economy. All I really do is woodcut because I am going for 99 wood cutting, therefore my only thoughts are that maybe they think I'm a bot because of this?