You discuss playing Runescape untrue but drain the stats of corp
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You discuss playing Runescape untrue but drain the stats of corp. Like I remember this boss actually being powerful as shit. Now him pretty much drain being a chicken that on occasion will hit 40. Neither of you is currently doing corp as intended, what they do is not against any rule and should not be. That said consider working against getting crashed. In using arclight/darklight rather than bgs, do like 200 dmg instead of 300 with the bgs if ur duoing so you spend less time reducing stats. Or find an alt to hold an instance open. You ain't getting ur paying 200k, punished. Or know practice what you preach and do corp"untrue", no drains will be gonna frighten off most crashers cuz it is a waste of their time.While Runescape is greatly targeted towards RS3, as it's the longer running, main version of the game and this subreddit was set 4 years until the launch of OSRS, content out of both games is welcome as they are both a part of their RuneScape community. Since 2007 Runescape is your subreddit for OSRS, it is connected in our header and sidebar so that it will have some visibility here.
AutoModerator is capable of accomplishing this, but it will not prevent players from posting queries or OSRS content here unless that subreddit were to become content that is exclusive to RS3 only. Furthermore, it seems that many articles fitting this criteria are one-off articles from users that will gravitate towards 2007 Runescape later being redirected, which typically happens in the comments already. Posts removed or would get incorrectly filtered that are on topic When we were to try this with AutoModerator. This could create some frustration that is unnecessary because of our everyday users if a post is needlessly filtered, removed, and/or receives an automated reply that's irrelevant to the post subject.
For a time, we used to have but there were many false positives so it was immediately removed. Our reasons for wanting to filter these articles were to remove posts that have an uncensored phishing url (possibly putting other users in danger ) and eliminating articles which tried to ask Jagex for account help associated with a hijacking after getting these emails (Rule 7).
While flagging these articles might not be sensible, we may have the ability to improve our Account Help Wiki webpages by incorporating advice. The RuneScape Wiki has some information in regard to these scams in addition to many others that are found inside and out of Runescape. I see, I only find it quite sad to see some articles developers post their OSRS themed content or queries on here and receive essentially rejected by the sub (who are often thinking about the other OSRS themed subs), though this sub is for both game communities since you stated.
Yes, those who comment connected to the other sub them, but sometimes they tend to delete the post on here and only keep it. If a reply doesn't work, perhaps a warning which appears before posting? We know of the base into the OSRS sub in the Partner Subreddits segment, but most folks who post OSRS only themed content, don't even look there, since they did not understood the existence of this 2007 Runescape subreddit and are thankful whenever the men and women who comment mention, its getting clear that the base resulting in the sub par on the side bar isn't enough. I had thought the phishing one would be tough to implement, props. I agree on using phishing urls before thinking. If you want to know more information about OSRS Gold , please lock on RSorder.com https://www.rsorder.com/