It would be better if I played with RuneScape gold a higher skill. I played on 76 per. I finally reached 79.5 To determine how much xp was to dung, we'd need to work out the difference in xp between 76 & 79.5. Medium lamps cost me about 7.5k. A medium lamp on a 99 is equivalent to 17k. It could have produced an even greater amount of xp had I had utilized it to increase my skill.
I also noticed that after you get almost all the parts of the guard as well as the dragon, 50k stats appearing as an incentive (up until that point like first 400 spins i did not see anything above 5k besides the 10m super rare reward) This leads me to believe you will not see 500k as a reward until you have the two sets. Since you can't get doubles for items from the same set, you stand a greater chance of getting divine and god swords. This is what I recommend. Do I recommend it. It will run you about 1300-1600 for a 99. Get like 1.5m Gp or 1m xp for $100. Not worth it.
Just a quick poll. I am aware the Yelp of Irritation's purchase of spins is irritating for many. But do you think that this could affect new users as well? Will they accept it as a part of? It makes things less interesting for people who are already familiar with the system, but it can make things worse for someone who has been there.
Does skill seem less or be accepted as part of normal gameplay? It's really irksome for me that it is a concern for new players. They might find it advantageous that grinding can be done every now or then to earn a bit of cash. After all the money has been spent, will that make skills less valuable?
To be completely sincere I think this would be a huge advantage for me. It's likely to be a sad reference. But in the Neopets game I was able to receive a certain number daily. It was possible to earn a significant amount of money by using these daily dailies. They were part of my routine for years. They're still something that I will do from time to time. It's free, and a little bit exciting, and cheap RS gold may also reward can be sold.