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Runescape Unfinished Business – September

Runefest is so close that we can taste it, and we can’t wait for 23rd September to roll around so we can meet you all once again.
We want the Runefest Reveals session to be something special, with some surprises held back for this big day. The session will include more info on the Clue Scroll Rework, Combat Pets, and the announcement of new projects that address RuneScape’s Unfinished Business. For those, you’ll have to wait and see.OGPAL is a famous brand in gaming industry. Since 2006, it has been working on this for more than 11 years, our original intention is that we want to build first class brand and the best 7/24 online service reps. Customer first is always our principle. As a MMORPG Gold Seller, depending on many years’ hard work and honesty, Over 1,000,000 players have used our services,and 100% secure online payment system proved by a million users.
First off, thank you to every one of you who voted in our recent poll.
The question was whether we should prioritise new high-level Mining & Smithing content over a wholesale rework of the skill, and your answer was clear: 69% voted no.
As such, we will be focusing our attention on reworking the skill across its level range, based on the design presented in our Mining & Smithing Dev Diaries.
We’ll share specific design details with you in upcoming Dev Diaries and subsequent polls, including what the new, desirable reward specific to Smithing will be.
Until then, though, we’ll be getting our noses to the grindstone. Mining & Smithing is perhaps the epitome of Unfinished Business, and it’s time to get it done. Onwards!No Player can play a certain MMORPG without virtual money or currency, most games use gold as the virtual currency.In Path of Exile, we don’t have gold or silver, but we have to use RS Gold to level up our equipment. Because of this, many players choose to buy Old School Gold from a reliable and trustworthy website.

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Three Fossil Island Feedback

Drift nets
We have reduced the amount of jute you need to make your nets from 10 to 2. Also, you now have a chance of catching a medium clue bottle in the drift net.Choosing a Reliable Old School Gold Store is the most important. Ogpal has been in the range of Game Virtual Currency for over 11 years, and our service enjoys a high reputation. We have received high praise from plenty of customers.
Ultra-compost
We have changed the chance of a composted plot getting diseased from 1:7 to 1:10. Don’t forget you also get an extra herb if you use ultra-compostThere has been discussion surrounding an ultra-compost version of the Fertile Soil spell and we will start investigating where this fits best for a future poll.
Bird houses
We have doubled the XP for taking down a bird house. We will review this over the next week to see if further changes are necessary. Next week we will also look at either moving the bird house on the south side of the island to somewhere more accessible or making it easier to get to.I recommend you a safe and efficient Runescape Gold seller, OGPAL.com.

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Runescape Elite Clue Gamble

Commander Connad’s Barbarian Assault rewards now have a 1/15 chance of including an elite treasure trail clue when you choose a high-level gamble, provided you haven’t already got an elite clue at the time. It’s awarded as a separate item in addition to his existing rewards.No Player can play a certain MMORPG without virtual money or currency, most games use gold as the virtual currency.In Path of Exile, we don’t have gold or silver, but we have to use RS Gold to level up our equipment. Because of this, many players choose to buy Old School Gold from a reliable and trustworthy website.
EDIT: On launch, this chance was 1/10, but has been reduced slightly due to complaints that we’d made it too generous.