Runescape â€“ making it safe for you to enjoy your game
Runescape is a massive multiplayer online role playing game or MMORPG that is being played by over 1,50,000 players from all over the world. Runescape has taken the world of online multiplayer games by surprise because of its huge growing popularity. The game is absolutely wonderful and addictive too with the various twists and turns that never let you loose interest.
The popularity of Runescape is also due to the fact that it is also available online to play for free as compared to other multiplayer games which are available only for members and charge a high amount as membership too.
Runescape caters to an age group of 13 years and over and thus, the customer support at Runescape ensures the safety of the players.
Online safety rules at Runescape
Runescape lays down several rules specifying the overall conduct to be followed while playing Runescape. The rules at Runescape clearly lay down that:
Â· Use of offensive and obscene language is strictly prohibited.
At the time of the creation of this, there are four different types of Dragon Weapons out there for those of you who have an Attack level of 60 or above, and who has beaten the Hero's and Lost City quests. But how do you know which one to use?
Â We'll start off with the pros and cons of the different weapons -- Longsword, Battleaxe, Dagger, and Mace.
Â Longsword - A fast weapon that deals a decent amount of damage. When I did this weapon test, I had a Strength level of 93. At the time, this weapon could hit a maximum of 24. It is also very accurate when it comes to slashing damage -- slashing damage is good against enemies in chains and enemies in leather armour, not against plated enemies.
Â Special Attack: The Special Attack with the longsword is a more powerful strike that takes away 25% of your Attack Bar. This attack rarely (if ever) misses and can do more damage, but not always. In Attack Mode and Strength 95, I have hit 28 with this attack (I can usually only do 24 this way).