I didn't even have that because I had just left tut island. I literally only had Old School RuneScape Gold all the shit you depart tut island with in my backpack and felt like using literally zero gp or anything or tools to begin with was enough of a drawback it was simpler to just start over. I actually don't even think that was a wrong decision. If I'd my existing degree of knowledge then sure it would be simple to work around that, but knowing almost nothing about RuneScape, I really do still think it would have taken me longer to make the bare essentials back than to just create a new account.
I'm loving all people reminiscing on these previous times. It's so fun to listen to all the stories and laugh at stuff like this that was used to occur to me as a child also. Thank you for sharing this! I started having fun again since I stopped doing max efficiency. When I get sick of something that I just go do something else instead. People pushing max efficiency down the throat of others for many years truly ruined RuneScape for some. RS was the best when we were all just messing around.
Ya knowthe most fun I had in RuneScape wasn't when my pals and I played together. It was when Gielinor felt huge, and investigating was exciting. I remember how cool I thought it was when I saw someone with gear I'd never noticed, or discovered Seer's Village for the first time. I don't play much anymore, but when I do, the world feels small, and such as it has lost all its magic. I despise growing up.Kinda wish they would raise the size of earth by a factor of four or so, and just space out the cities and towns so that they appear distant to each other. There are not many areas left that don't feel crowded. "Leaving the city of Falador on my trek to another village!" (takes five measures )"And here we are in buy RuneScape gold Taverly!"