In guilds, you can also buy certain things, or just go there to buy common things of that skill. At times like Easter, Christmas and Halloween, there are kind of themes. I have never experienced these before, but I know you can get certain items and Runescape gold at these times by random events or killing monsters and they drop them. They can only be gotten at this time, therefore are rare and valuable after a while. I know people from years back playing that has things like Santa hats from Christmas years ago. These occur randomly, but normally when you are doing something like fishing or mining. They wonâ€™t just happen when you are walking along.
There are loads of these, and some are different on pay to play. Generally, they are all good in the way you get an easy reward. Some are quite hard however, and require skill. It is not bad a month and less if you pay for a year. You can pay by text, phone, credit card and more ways to suit you. 200 million is an obscenely big number. Itâ€™s more than the population ofBrazil; itâ€™s the most XP you can gain in a skill; and itâ€™s very nearly the number of accounts that have been created in RuneScapeâ€™s long and exciting history.
Here at the studio weâ€™re really proud to be closing in on such an exciting number but, of course, weâ€™d be nothing if it werenâ€™t for you: our community. 200 million accounts means millions and millions of RuneScape stories, experiences and memories, and through the competition weâ€™re launching today, we hope to hear as many of them as possible! After those two minutes, the invincibility will wear off and the other players in the arena will have 30 seconds to wreak vengeance and â€“ best of all â€“ to loot the supreme championsâ€™ special weapons and make use of them before they disappear. Attacking the supreme champions will earn you extra points, and claiming the weapons will earn you an increased rate of trophy bones, which can be used to purchase some fun rewards from Marv at the Crucibleâ€™s entrance.