Lumbridge was born. It's that simple. This is the prelude to RuneScape gold an unforgettable experience in which you didn't know the situation or what to do. Lumbridge was the town all players knew and would return to if they got lost. Lumbridge was, to be truthful, difficult for those who were new to the game.

New interface with similar menus was revealed during tutorial. However the chat room that had hundreds of players simultaneously was displayed. It was so difficult to understand the meaning of the midst of all the Runescape terminology that you'd sit there for a half-hour studying what players were likely to speak. Lumbridge was the first place you went to. However, nobody would be able to hear you because so many other players would be engaging in their own private conversations. After a while you would hear someone saying "This is Lumbridge Swans Sydney" then you'd inquire about Lumbridge, and eventually be shown around.

Do you remember the first step that took you to Varrock, the chicken coup, and later the cow farm? Yep, you sure do. You could always locate someone who would show you the area and give you a quick tour of the Free To Play side. They would then become your first ever online friend and someone who was there for you through most of your Runescape journey.

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