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  • This is the home page of Memory Card. Here, we will embark on the final, and possibly fatal, replay of the games we've lost from our past OSRS Gold. Like the old days it's possible that we'll pull some all-nighters, we could lose a friend or two even snacking on too many Hot Pockets. Let's look at how far we've come. or regressed.

    In the beginning of the eighties when the global internet set the gaming scene with LAN party possibility, one kind of fantasy-based experience was born in the form of the MMORPG which is also known as the Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game, for you noobs.

    There were games such as World of Warcraft or Guild Wars that allowed you to chat and interact with people from all overthe world. And all you needed was an internet connection to do it. My preferred fantastical drug of choice was RuneScape, a game that was played with my brother and me working together to defeat the Corporeal Beast and to learn how to cook monkfish in a stunning way and play a few rounds Gnome Ball.

    These days of coming home from school and hopping on our shared computer, and then later, our own computers but leaving our bedroom doors open to shout out strategies and beg for gold, were some of the most enjoyable moments of my life.

    I've occasionally kept track of RuneScape over the years , to check that my account from 2005 was in good condition. But it wasn't until about two months ago, that I received a message from a friend of mine of mine from my "Gamer Squad* that simply said, "I want to play RuneScape," that I decided to embark on my way to Gielinor.

    Like any good MMO, the objective in RuneScape is different between players. Maybe you're looking to finish every single one of the 200 quests and earn Legendary Hero status. Maybe you want to Buy RuneScape Gold master each of those 28 talents required to obtain the famous Skill Mastery cape. Maybe you want to make billions by flipping things on the Grand Exchanges.