Additionally RuneScape gold upgrades have changed runescape considerably over the years also, you can't let me"vanilla" RS2 and RS3 are near the identical game. RS updates are free and the number has dwindled lately which is a debate for other threads no matter how the expansion argument does not have any true relevance.I hope we both agree that money shops generally and being able to buy money is not a good feature. That aside you can't compare the top 0.1percent of runescape players using gold to buy very minimal upgrades, (devalued by titanforging and split runs) for the literal world first raid into the average joe using 1.8k total and an excessive amount of cash to spare buying literal bis equipment in all slots to burst through their aberrant spectre activity, bypassing all manner of gear development.
And further about the debate is equally osrs in the form of runelite and wow in the form of curse invent support ui changes and runescape player QOL. Yet rs3 does not encourage this and have monopolised onto it by charging to the bare minimum.So if you'd like to attack runescapes features as a whole because of your political feelings towards actiblizzard as a whole, I can only observe that as being disingenuous. I agree that what J allen Brack and people in the top echelons do is disgusting to the human rights movement.
Nevertheless, yes BFA has been arguably the worst expansion, we can both agree with this; mythic raiding is not fun with how dumbed down my course is, purchasing mythic gear runs Is Really an issue though not as bad as buying bonds and gambling for your bis, locking off aesthetic improvement by selling high quality advanced mounts and transmogs throughout the cash shop and RAF is unsatisfactory to say the very least, hence why I (a avid collector) and 90% of those runescape playerbase detested the fact that BFA brought in how to make money on osrs more shop mounts this expansion than previous ones united