In 1 pursuit, by constructing a study tower I unwittingly helped a bunch of researchers develop a homunculus, and then I needed to calm the confused, malformed being I had helped produce. In another, I uncovered a fraudulent plague a king had employed to OSRS gold half his kingdom in order to cover some demonic dealings. Recipe for Disaster is about rescuing committee members from the Culinaromancer, a highly effective food magician, by feeding them their favored dish.
I am glad I did, since Runescape is a very funny game. It has got a wonderful, dry British humor for it, and it is not afraid to be silly. In one day, I helped King Arthur and his knights (who had been on vacation in Runescape) regain the holy grail, infiltrated a fighter kingdom by disguising herself as a gorilla, and helped bickering goblin leaders select out a brand new wardrobe to their tribe.
I especially love the way quests write your character. It is funny seeing your avatar react wildly once you opt for a relatively tame conversation alternative. Following an immortal gypsy explained that the entire world would implode if I did not finish a quest, my cheap Runescape gold“Not the whole universe! That’s where I keep my things!” In case you mess up a dialog you can just test it again, so I stated every line available whenever possible just to watch unique conversations play out.
One of my favourite quests is One Little Favor, which is essentially a series of fetch quests during which every person you ask to help with something consequently asks you to help with something else. This continues until you’ve got a laundry list of favors to cash in, and after the fifth or sixth petition, your personality is absolutely fuming. If I was not eager to read along, One Small Favor could have bored me to tears, but I was always looking forward to my next chance for a smartass.