RSGoldFast - One of the capital intentions of EoC
One of the capital intentions of EoC was to add assortment to combat, alongside acclimation the action triangle and authoritative action added fun. However, you could acerb altercate that action has never been beneath diverse.
Think aback to the canicule of application a drove affray weapon at Waterfiends whilst cutting Karil's, demography Dragon Claws to your Apache Task, Proselyte Armour if you bare Prayer, Saradomin Godsword to restore your LP and Prayer, Armadyl Godsword if you capital to achieve a individual harder hit. It's apparently fair to say, action was added assorted aback afresh - and to many, arguably added fun. Whilst we may not be players of old school, the absoluteness that abounding players accept larboard for old School accept to be acknowledged.
EoC, whilst mostly fixed, bar a few larboard abaft pieces of agreeable (such as Dungeoneering bosses) has asleep a lot of the amateur basic content. Abounding weapons accept become useless, appropriately adeptness abounding apache tasks - whilst we accept abounding air-conditioned abilities, is it in actuality assorted or agitative if for the a lot of part, anybody has the aforementioned adeptness bar? PvP is aswell in actuality over in RuneScape 3, whilst I never advised myself to be a PvP amateur (in fact, I hated it), I accept why it is advantageous for the action of the game.
Below I would like to put alternating ideas, as to how action can be fabricated bigger for all players of RuneScape 3:
1. Accompany aback able adapted attacks. This not alone would be abundantly fun and hopefully accompany aback a lot of action to combat, but would add wow moments aback to Apache and bossing. One big affair is a abridgement of accolade amplitude afterwards making absolute agreeable useless, this could hopefully fix that. This could be accomplished by a weapon accepting stats beneath than its tier, added than if assuming a adapted attack. For example, a T92 adapted advance brand would do beneath accident than a Khopesh, but the adapted advance would outweigh the accident of the Khopesh.
2. Agreeable Low Akin Content. In a lot of high-level agreeable over the years, action has been adequately agreeable with monsters accepting their own abilities, adapted attacks or moves that you charge to accede to in some way. However, about all low-level agreeable is simple hack, carve and catchbasin - a lot of monsters are aswell graphically outdated. It could be badly benign to add monsters with furnishings to the new amateur experience. It's aswell important that low levels get their fair allotment of acquiescent armour, weaponry, adapted attacks and moves to play about with. Currently, there isn't abundant of that (if any) in the low akin game.
3. Acquiescent Furnishings and Assorted Gear. Addition affair with EoC is that action tends to await on the bank of the weapon or armour, rather than the weapon or section of armour itself. This opens a huge bazaar for armours and ammunition with interesting mechanics. Imagine a set of armour which increases the best accommodation of your adoration credibility or summoning adapted attack, armour which is added arresting adjoin a assertive blazon of animal or benign in a assertive area, armour that has added defence adjoin a assertive appearance of ranged, abracadabra or affray action or a affray weapon which holds the adeptness of baptize accepting added abhorrent adjoin blaze monsters.
Perhaps slash, crush, bolts, etc weaknesses charge to return in a big way? Appropriately aperture allowance for added accessory choices and variety.
On a ancillary note, I acerb accept Hexhunter and Cinderbane Gloves are pieces of accessory which are affective RuneScape 3's action in the adapted direction. Admitting I do feel the mark has been absent a few times. For example, Masuta's Warspear from Elite Dungeon 1, could accept had some advantageous adapted attack, benefit answerability adjoin a specific blazon of monster or acquiescent ability.
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