It's quite possible that they've misbalanced this bit of RuneScape Gold content however it's also likely that 90+ weapons with even more demanding requirements are close to being just right around the corner...though they'd be a big deal on the html5 blog.
A chaotic is one of the best tools that you can use, but not the best in show. If you don't take part in PvP or PvM circles, you're not considered "go figure" or "good fought". But, I believe that many chaotics are. From what I hear that getting the gloves requires some time, but it's not as difficult to master a skill.
Jagex seems to be slowly working on eliminating the competition. This is an interesting idea. Each player was able to init hunter DnD moths. The bonfires made it possible to create private hunting zones. This reduced the competition and also encouraged team-based training. Runespan theoretically asks players to join forces to locate the runesphere. This could be required with the recent update.
If I were responsible for the general skills strategy, I would work on a plan to boost skill-based updates to skills. That is the skills that are based on ability and not time. Agility, for instance, will be redesigned so that the majority of courses offered more than the default route. Additionally, there would be the possibility of running faster if you were skilled in the area of.
This means that I would be more attentive to the boring skills. If you're not skilled, bonfires and runespan are still good options. But, I'm also looking at other ways to Buy OSRS Fire Cape improve my craft skills. For instance, making a few pieces really well and being the reward for your effort instead of creating massive quantities of replica jewellery which decreases its value and popularity.
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