When I first started RuneScape, just simply exploring OSRS gold area and becoming lost has been the most fun thing for me. Speak to NPCs, start a few quests, cut on some trees. My username in game is the same as my user that is reddit if you want to add me, I answer questions as they come and can give you some tips! I personally would recommend not cellular and playing desktop. As much as jagex have functioned on the port, its still quite far from ideal, and many facets of RuneScape simply feel fiddly and clunky on a screen.
In terms of how to perform RuneScape, there isnt a wrong or right way to play RuneScape. Work on the job lists for each area of the map, if you simply need SOMETHING to do. They give you inspiration and will have a number of degree requirements. If youre unsure about on how to prepare an ability, look up the relevant levelling guide on the wiki. Quests are something else to work towards, and oftentimes have some fantastic rewards behind them. Unlock on each of the lodestones early, if you would like to be able to get around the map fast. You unlock most of them only. Once youve activated them you get free unlimited (from combat) teleports into them.
I would second the playing desktop. Mobile is unfriendly for players to understand RuneScape. I have been playing RuneScape since 2001 and I have had cellular since the beta and I don't understand how to find half of the most basic things. Where can I look at creation components on mobile?Why can not I drag things out of my inventory onto the summoning Icon to put things into my pack yak. On desktop you can just have its hopeless to interact opens alongside yours through combat with it.
RuneScape is an extremely non mmo. There aren't any quest hubs and the abilities are independent from one another. There's generally no way to progress in RuneScape, and a person should not be worried at this point about calculating. I can't stress enough that RuneScape is not a race. Because leveling up isn't beholden to questing this mmo can be unique. While quests will require skill levels to finish, and some quests will grant xp for specific skills, by and large they independent. My suggestion is look to do the free to perform quests to find an understanding of RuneScape mechanics. It will set goal level for a number of skills and will permit you to explore RuneScape world.I just thought about doing the quest line that is vampyre in the DnD machine I am playing! This is a warrior gift! Does google drive have all maps too? Since those are the hardest for me to Make, I would be quite curious about the maps. Unfortunately, no, maps are the one thing I am unable to add from the Drive. Because roll20 just allows for a small full upload size of 100Mb (using the free version), I make all of my maps using their map construction tools of cheap RuneScape gold within the site in order to save space.