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Runescape has coping with huge gold farming companies from Sletrry's blog

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"I'm Venezuelan and I am deeply hurt by studying some of the comments in this OSRS gold. I have been part of this community since old-school came out and have never seen so much hate and racism," wrote Redditor glow_party (in a comment moved into the top of the ribbon by moderators).

"Let me tell you something, these individuals are doing whatever they can to survive and they've never done something wrong," glow_party proceeded . "As a Venezuelan I can tell you that the hatred towards my folks is sad and something that I never expected to come out of this area."


Another user pointed out an earlier strategy, killing the boss called Zulrah, was netting someone $5 a day until Runescape writer Jagex nerfed what Zulrah dropped in response.

The more considerate anti-Venezuelan remarks pointed out that gold farming was contrary to the Runescape rules (punishable because bans) and a few wrote off the manual for a joke. But few found it a laughing matter, particularly as cheap Runescape gold assumed that anybody from Venezuela from the game was a gold farmer, getting them killed in PvP despite not doing something wrong.

Runescape, despite being one of the oldest MMOs -- it has been on the internet for seventeen years, to be accurate --is still alive and kicking. Even though it no longer attracts the identical amount of novices because it did a decade and a half before, it's still a solid MMO.

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