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Have people stopped alching. We often consider alch prices
Discussion started by Megaomgchen , on 03 November 12:01 AM

Have people stopped alching. We often consider alch prices as a sort of lower limit to OSRS gold how low the cost of an item can go. However, alchable items have been quickly decreasing in price lately. Recently prices have begun falling below these assumed limits. Some trend charts...

Many forumers here might remember having to alch in a loss back when they played. The story is quite different now, and it is not in any way difficult to find items with profit margins of 1k per alch. Why has this happened? Well, there may be several possible causes. Obsolescence of alching as a training method. A lot faster low level training methods for magic exist today. Tipping of the equilibrium between low and high leveled players. Alching is very much a low level instruction method, and very low level gamers are a dying race. RS is not really bringing new players. Reduced incidence of bots. Alch-bots were some of the most frequent kinds of bots, and robots in general have become fewer on rs3.

Influx of alchables out of PVM. Alchable items now are extremely common to find about the droptables of bosses and slayer animals and have therefore flooded the marketplace. What are your thoughts about this overall trend? How low can prices go? Might we be alching stuff for 2-3k gain per item in a few years?

Cons -- Ever since Andrew Gower left we have had the new CEO come into fire up the material shredder. We are going to take these quests ... and change them. Yeah. There's nothing wrong with them at all, but we must upgrade them after nearly a DECADE because they are just too pleasurable.' This is just one of the though processes that occur on a weekly basis in the money-corrupted head of Jagex. On top of this is various terrible'quality of life' changes like the perfectly fine user interface being turned into a tacky Chrome cake . Striking a deal with Google at the expense of the game.

Many infuriatingly was the haughty decision to buy RuneScape gold modify the looks of every Armour set in game. Before, neat and sweet. After, clunky and ugly. We touted this as the top update to ever occur to the match, however for some reason we've lost a portion of our player base... I wonder why. I mean, who would not need to play a combat mechanic that reproduces World of Warcraft and the bajillion other tab-target ability bar MMO's?

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