Wuyahong: If you get crashed by OSRS Fire Cape a group of two or more then it is tough luck
If you get crashed by OSRS Fire Cape a group of two or more then it is tough luck
If you get crashed by OSRS Fire Cape a group of two or more then it is tough luck, however the beauty of the method is it cuts your time down to 1 minute or less you can hop and it's hardly any time lost. I have had some real fun seeing crashers become lit the fuck up and need to tele out because they're bad at Runescape. Yeah, I guess you are right. We could bring back a few kills from them, some of these came in and spec moved me lol. Yeah this shit stinks but wtf do you expect jagex to perform? Crashing is a part of Runescape and frankly was.
You discuss playing Runescape legit but drain corp's stats. Like I recall this boss being powerful as shit. To being a big chicken, now you drain him that sometimes will hit 40. Neither of you is currently doing corp as intended, what they do isn't against any rule and should not be. That said consider against getting crashed working. Tele in with arclight/darklight rather than bgs, do like 200 dmg instead of 300 with all the bgs if ur duoing so you spend less time lowering stats. Or find an alt to maintain open an instance. You ain't getting penalized, ur paying 200k to the luxury of being impossible to crash. Or ya know practice what you preach and do corp"legit", no drains is gonna frighten off most crashers cuz it is a waste of their time.While Runescape is greatly targeted towards RS3, as it is the longer running, main version of this game and this subreddit was founded 4 years until the launch of OSRS, content out of the games is welcome here as they're both a part of the RuneScape community. Considering that 2007 Runescape is your subreddit for OSRS, it's linked in our header and header since our Partner Subreddit, therefore that it does have some visibility here.
AutoModerator is effective at accomplishing this, but it will not stop players from posting OSRS content or questions unless this subreddit were to be content. Furthermore, it seems that lots of articles fitting this criteria are posts from users who will gravitate towards 2007 Runescape after being redirected, which happens in the remarks currently. If we were to attempt this with AutoModerator, posts removed or will get filtered that are on issue. If there is a post needlessly filtered, removed this may create some frustration, or receives.
For a time, we used to have so that it was removed, but there were far too many false positives together with posts which were not filtered. Our reasons for needing to filter these posts were to remove articles which have an uncensored phishing url (possibly putting other users at risk) and eliminating posts which attempted to ask Jagex because of help associated with a hijacking after getting one of these emails (Rule 7).
While mechanically flagging these posts might not be practical, we may have the ability to boost our Account Help Wiki webpages by incorporating advice. The official RuneScape Wiki has some great information in respect to these scams in addition to many others that are found out and inside of Buy OSRS Accounts