How to Join a Runescape Clan

How to Join a Runescape Clan

Never give your Runescape password to anyone, even another clan member. Players are not allowed to share or trade accounts. Sharing your password encourages you or others to break Jagex’s rules.

Many clans have activity requirements that must be met for you to continue in your membership. Make sure you have the time to commit to your clan before you join.

Although AdventureQuest is a single player online RPG, or role playing game, players can cooperate and compete through the game clan system. There are.

How to Build a Runescape Clan

How to Join a Runescape Clan; How to Make a RuneScape Clan Website; How to Join a Pest Control Clan on “RuneScape”.

How to Start a Runescape Clan

How to Join a Runescape Clan; Print this article; Things You Need. Clan goals; Runescape account; Show More. Instructions. Begin a Runescape.

How to Create a Clan Chat in RS

Prior to the April 12, 2011, update “RuneScape” players could join any chat and talk with other friends without being part of.

How to Make a RuneScape Clan Website

How to Make a RuneScape Clan Website. RuneScape is a massive multiplayer online role playing game. Within the game, . How to Join.

How to Share Loot on “RuneScape”

Type the name of the clan that you want to join and press “Enter.” . How to Join a Runescape Clan. A.

How to Join a COD Clan

How to Join a Runescape Clan; How to Join a DotA Clan; Print this article; Instructions. 1. Play on various clan servers.

How to Make a Free Website for Your “RuneScape” Clan

How to Join a Runescape Clan. How to Start a Runescape Clan. How to Be a General in Your “RuneScape” Clan. How.

How to Join a Clan on BiteFight

How to Join a Clan on BiteFight. Bitefight is an online massively multiplayer role playing game (MMORPG.) In Bitefight, . How to.

Runescape Blogs by Vladimir Stemkovski at iSnare Articles

Runescape Blogs by Vladimir Stemkovski at iSnare Articles

So, yes, there are hundreds, maybe even thousands of Runescape blogs nowadays. Normally what you would find there are skilling screenshots, updates on goals, reports of daily activities and sometime descriptions of particular skilling methods. There are also blogs of pkers, and their audience is also very limited (in this case to a particular pking clan or community). There are blogs which shadow Runescape events and updates section or shadow a particular fan site by publishing guides and articles. Nothing really new is there. Finally, there are blogs that started as Runescape blogs but ended up being just ‘blogs’, you know, diaries for personal records whit barely anything about Runescape. These blogs might be interesting, but not about Runescape. Is that all?

There are a few bloggers out there who enjoy exchanging thoughtful and analytic views about Runescape, changes in the game, skills, events, updates etc. Sometime the posts are mixed up with day to day skilling posts, but it’s OK (we are all players after all). It is always a pleasure to find a good Runescape analytic post and get into a mature discussion. Also an interesting phenomena is that discussions in such blogs are much more mature comparing to similar discussions on fan site and forums. It is always a pain to list through multiple pages on a forum topic just to find one or two coherent posts, while inside a blog every comment is usually a well thought through response. Audience is also seems to be a bit (or rather much more) older.

But how can you find such blogs? There are so many out there. The blog’s goal is to provide daily links to interesting and analytic articles and posts from other Runescape blogs, forums and sites. Every item highlighted in the blog is something worth reading! No pre justice and no junk. I would encourage you to check it out. Read, comment and, who knows, it may become you stepping stone to the real Runescape blogosphere!

Also, if know a good Runescape blog or article or even a forum discussion thread, that you think should be featured in the Runescape Reader’s Digest, by all means, please, let me know! Leave a link to your own blow, and I start monitoring it as well, so one day you might see your post linked through the Runescape Reader Digest. Enjoy and have fan! is my Runescape name. You may also see me as vrunewise or _RW on some of the RS forums. The article is strictly for educational or entertainment purposes only and should not be used in any way, implemented or applied without consultation from a professional. Please read our Terms of Service for more information.

How come Runescape’s fps is capped to 50 fps

How come Runescape’s fps is capped to 50 fps

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I certainly agree that a higher frame rate monitor will produce a superior gaming experience, GIVEN THAT: the source is also a higher frame rate.

In terms of efficiency, I meant electrical power efficiency. When signals and amplifier circuits are in phase and at the same frequency you obtain the maximum electrical power efficiency. Thus setting a monitor to use the same frequency as the country native alternating current frequency will ideally be more energy efficient. There are certainly more things to consider here, but it is beyond the necessary scope of this discussion.

With that in mind, it seems logical that a game developer based in a specific country would see no reason to make their game run at a higher than necessary frame rate. Sure, some monitors can run at double or quadruple the refresh rate of standard monitors, but RS is a browser based game whose developers probably have access to data suggesting only a small percentage of players would have access to newer, more expensive monitors with such capabilities. Not to mention the graphics processors needed to output those signals.

The Xbox IS a piece of shit, kind of. However it is fairly popular and the point I was using it to make was unclear. I was suggesting that 120 Hz etc. Televisions are great, but more often unnecessary for most consumers. The reason being that given a COMMON video source such as the Xbox with a maximum 60 Hz 1080p output will only produce a 60 Hz picture on the TV. If you plug your computer into it and play counterstrike for example, then you can reap the benefits of having a higher framerate monitor.

Also, outlandishly accusing someone of ignorance is simply not nice, but I apologize for not being clear and possibly not right about anything.

When signals and amplifier circuits are in phase and at the same frequency you obtain the maximum electrical power efficiency. Thus setting a monitor to use the same frequency as the country native alternating current frequency will ideally be more energy efficient.

I an electrical engineer and that completely wrong. The last time that fact had even a remote amount of truth to it was when we had big box CRTs on our desktop and TV stand.

With that said, the 50/60 Hz refresh rate was adopted to avoid obsolescence during the transition from CRTs.

With that in mind, it seems logical that a game developer based in a specific country would see no reason to make their game run at a higher than necessary frame rate.

It not logical in today market. That might have made sense when Windows 95 was the major OS, and the limit is an artifact of those times, but it an artificial limit that serves no purpose. Having a game run at any fps the client can run it is not a difficult task, and is generally easier than creating a hard cap.