Starting out in a game that has been available for years with millions of other skilled and high level players can be intimidating as it is discouraging. But everyone starts at some point and it’s usually the lowest point. A good thing to do would be to get a good idea about the game; it may be confusing during the first few hours with the quests, maps and the mention of Old School RuneScape (OSRS) but you’ll get the hang of it eventually.
As with other MMORPGs out there, you start off by creating an account and customizing the appearance of your avatar. Afterwards, your avatar will be transported to an isolated area and there you’ll be given a tutorial where the most basic functions in the game are displayed. Once you get the hang of it, you have access to various advisers and tutors in the town as you go your way. Some of your might view it as a little tedious but the tutors and advisers can offer helpful information about your skills. Unlike all the other MMORPG games out there, RuneScape players can choose their very own goals and objectives.
Players can train various in game skills, complete quests, fight with NPC monsters, challenge or socialize with other players at their own discretion. If you’re wondering how you can make a friend and ally at the game, you have to participate in numerous trading, chatting as well as participating in mini-games whenever it’s available. Continue on until you gain a higher level; a better level means better items, skills and higher chances of winning fights. The activates and quests in the game are not all about fighting and killing monsters, as a beginner you’ll be offered simpler tasks like collecting certain items or travelling to specific areas until your character can handle harder quests.