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Points to Energy Bolt in RuneScape from Sletrry's blog

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In accordance with Polygon, Venezuelans earn roughly $2 through $3 a day farming and selling gold at Runescape. OSRS gold's not a whole lot but it helps them make more than that which they are currently making functioning as a fulltime professional due to the collapse of the market. Reports from the New York Times indicates that minimum wage means that people are only making $5 a month.

Regardless of the act of killing and targeting Venezuelan players appearing harsh, the reality is that many players claim to do it to maintain Jagex's terms and requirements in regards to selling gold for real cash.

Most publishers have rules against that kind of behavior, and it also measures into some rather murky legal territory when it comes to government regulation. Blizzard ran into similar problems with the Real-Money Auction House in Diablo 3, which triggered all sorts of chaos.




Some people in the ribbon did suggest that perhaps Jagex should hold an occasion to allow people to donate money or contribute to buy RS gold help out the Venezuelans afflicted by the economic collapse taking place in their nation.

There is apparently a standstill as to what people should really do to help. Many recognize that buying gold is against the terms of service for Runescape but some still feel as if fellow gamers shouldn't be compelled to starve in actuality, particularly if farming for gold within a match can really help feed families. It's a dreadful situation all the way around for certain.

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