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Is RS3 much more?

  • Your accounts isnt wiped. Accounts dont transfer from rs3 into OSRS gold so far as such and stats go, however you are able to login with the and launch it from fresh. In case youre saying that you have been enjoying and have trained already then it seems like youre just logging in to the wrong account. Idk but I do understand accounts dont have reset or wiped.

    I've trained my account and have had it since OS release, and the account is about the highscores. My OS and Rs3 log in were exactly the exact same and on the same email. But my password reset is still on my own email address when I do the forgot password on my original account. So its like they picked up my account like a lego block and lost it. My password resets are good to my email along with accounts, but if I log in im back at tutorial island. Youre logging in with the account that is incorrect then partner. You may of not realized you were employing a diff acc possibly or something im not sure, but if its on HS nevertheless then it means its busy.

    Is RS3 much more?

    For the past few days I have started to see more and more RuneScape movies on Youtube. You know how the algorithm of Youtube functions. Watch 1 thing and it recommends increasingly more similar stuff, at least tries. I've nothing against OSRS, play anything you like provided that you feel as though you enjoy the moment. However I have yet to stumble upon a video which goes to botting issues. On the other hand I have seen at least 20 videos of OSRS bot farms, exploits or anything mass gain chances these cheaters come up with. Can this algorithm simply playing me is OSRS more vulnerable and overall devalues any legit player activity in RuneScape?

    Both games surely have bot issues but they are definitely more notable in OSRS. The spiders in RS3 tend to be easier not to notice since they are farming available to all content which isn't part of their meta versus OSRS ones being in more frequently utilized areas. Overall I'd say RS3 has rather the level of bots you would expect to get an MMORPG - they're there, you can detect them but RuneScape is not overrun. OSRS is certainly tipping the scale towards being run since the engine severly restricts their bot detection potential to silently deal with bots automatically behind the scenes. Its why the"which sport is more popular" arguements between buff boys who emphasise that the opposing variant always go around and around in circles.

    OSRS will always fixate in their using a higher internet player count as evidence they're more popular, but cheap RuneScape gold side will always increase when you look at the number of bots you can find on any particular world as proof OSRS has less real players and their greater internet count is the end result of such as 75% being bots. RS3 is considerably more exploration so the majority of the playerbase doesn't hang out in the locations which botters use, out of sight out of mind locked. I personally haven't seen a bot in weeks. Botting is still a problem in RS3 but maybe not to the extent it is on OSRS.