So I don't see why something that is essentially the exact same - fighting that your buddy - i.e. a person of your skill level, without the risk and the same gear, would be popular now when it can be carried out. Maybe people just don't have friends? Maybe because most of their friends are pvm focused, because pk concentrated friends are good enough to pk? I know I really don't have any friends that would fight with me at the duel arena. Actually on that note, I have seen some very weird fights between what I assume were friends in RuneScape gold real dangerous zone in pvp worlds - maybe they don't even know that they could do the same thing with no danger in the duel arena?
Difference is these would be conflicts between randoms and there would be a cost for winning so it could be an incentive to try to do your best, and it's great if it's slow to begin with since they then can gradually learn the correct usage of brews, overheads etc., which is the most important part of nhing. Not to mention the countless number of people who'd play for rated just because an ELO system will be set up, I won't even mention lms and it is rank system cos that shit is dumb.
Early 12, so I just started playing with this game this year around. All my friends are making fun of me for playing it and saying how there are so many better games out there to perform with. They play great games in my opinion like the last god of War, people, doom eternal so its match. These games have good graphics, a few great story content, and gameplay. The reasons I play this game are since it is very portable where I will play with it whenever, afk gameplay from when work is a drag or impressive PVM material where you wanna grind for levels and gold, and only because nostalgia and appreciating the shift from how ors is and the way that graphics and game content have changed so much.
I have pleasure. I made friends in Runescape sport and I really enjoy spending my time together. There's content to suit all of my needs: full afk, semi afk, lively pvm, sweaty pvm, etc. The quests were because I believed the player's answers were witty and like what I would say, what got me hooked. My very first long term aim was"I hope I will complete all achievements some day" and now I am close, so that feeling of cheap RS gold advancement is really awesome too. Get new friends. Unless they're prepubescent, there's no conceivable reason to poke fun at someone about enjoying a certain Runescape game. Whereas I could grind exactly the same thing for hundreds of hours beyond what it might take to beat on the games in RS.