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futsalveneto :: Leggi argomento - They'Ve Done With Burthorpe And Taverly
Inviato: Mer 28 Ott 2020 @ 01:54 Oggetto: They'Ve Done With Burthorpe And Taverly
Yeah, I don't enjoy what they've done with Burthorpe and Taverly. There is no distinction between both now, and it feels overly packed with no sense of payoff. I remember having a plaza with OSRS gold a few stuff, such as having a marketplace in Burthorpe and a church (or even perhaps a cathedral if we wanted it for a city...), but we certainly need more space between Taverly and Burthorpe.
I really don't enjoy seeing all the trolls in Taverly. I don't like how absurd they've made it and how low levelled the trolls are. I want Burthorpe to feel like a gritty military city protecting the principality's lands out of the trolls. It doesn't feel really militant anymore, and until the upgrade it did not feel like a city or a city. I agree on the boundaries, though Jagex are making the transition into desert a bit smoother. Even when I first started I found it really strange. Also, it would be wonderful if we had more rivers and so on with the canoe transport system. If we made the map bigger it'd surely be useful.
Karamja generally could use an update. South of Brimhaven it looks like a major square, not quite realistic looking. To get from city to city, the figures had to walk for days. The majority of the time has been spent walking through lawless forests, in which there was constant danger of attacks from bandits, outlaws, and so on.
The novel is fictitious, but I believe it's largely true with Rs gold 2107 regard to property between major towns. The only places in Runescape in which this atmosphere is present would be the Wilderness and the Kharidian desert. Both are large, relatively dangerous (particularly to an unexperienced traveller ), and not packed to the gills with content.