- Street: Nanlina
- City: Sydney
- Province: Bohol
- Zip/Postal Code: 12564
- Listed: 23rd March 2020 4:45 am
- Expires: 77 days, 17 hours
A way to turn off reaper assignments? Either by blocking them by investing reaper points similar to how you block slayer tasks, or simply by letting people toggle them once they completed the Boss’ set log (similar to how you are able to toggle daily challenges) It’d be a way to guarantee you make at least some gp’s regardless of what boss you are doing. So if Nex has been pestering you with these stone spirits, or you are wasting time trying to find that Giant Mole pet whose drops are useless, you have this backup where you can make some cash.
Perhaps a one, but I’d love to see solo and group choices for many directors. Meanwhile I really like bossing with my pals, so despite loving the QBD pet, I do not bother looking because I can’t handle her. Shift drop prices and difficulty accordingly clearly, just let everyone like any boss how they like playing best.Below a few fashionscape-related inquiries, I know not everybody cares a good deal about these, but I still want to point them out.
It is great that we get lovely NPC’s enjoy Merethiel, simply to feel as though our own character is a cave troll next to them. I get that this is a large overhaul that requires a whole lot of work, but consider that your personality is the 1 thing you always stare at in RuneScape game, it’s also the first thing that you notice when you start outside, and might make the difference between someone deciding to play RuneScape sport, or a different game since”the personality here appears helpless, there are dozens of games out there who do better!”. First impressions are essential.
Just a few smaller tweaks to give freedom if you don’t do a complete overhaul. Like letting someone pick eye color (yes you will find auras for it but if I want my personality to have blue eyes, that’s not the same as these apparently spouting blue light from their eye pockets ). Or maybe not locking you from sporting certain things when sporting another thing that currently goes”in precisely the same slot”. Can’t I showcase those elven ears put on a party hat? An option to turn off viewing people’s fashionscapes. Many RuneScape players appear to dislike fashionscaping and overrides, or only really dislike some of the super vivid and large ones. Why force them to sit through it when their frustration could be fixed by one settings change?
Saving weapon overrides to your presets? I’ve got 4 different fashionscapes saved. I use various overrides for my weapons to coincide with my own fashionscape, however when I switch between my fashionscapes, I must manually toggle all weapon overrides again since those do not spare with all the preset. Being able to unlock preset slots. Some people like myself actually enjoy fiddling about with new outfits. But just 4 can be saved by me and replacing all of parts is dull. Being able to save more presets = desire to create more outfits = spend more cash to find the necessary pieces for such outfit. Whether that means splurging a bond on Solomon’s, or spending your GP on a different blood dye. In the event that you don’t care about fashionscapes, it might just help the market a bit in a way that is very simple.
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