Sunday, December 9, 2012

Runescape farmer100---A new milestone (2)

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Number 3: Record breaking
"RuneScape" currently has players in more than 150 countries. In 2008, Guinness World Records crowned the game with the title of "World's Most Popular Free MMORPG," but this isn't the only world record that "RuneScape" has won. The game also holds the Guinness World Record for the most updated game, as well.

With content releases nearly every week, the game is constantly changing and evolving, meaning that there is always a new adventure every time players login to the game. What's more, the number of minutes "RuneScape" players has invested in the game has also been calculated: more than 443 billion, to date.

Number 4: RuneScape players love to lol
Hundreds of thousands of "RuneScape" players would login every day just to chat and hang out with their friends. A recent analysis of the chat in "RuneScape" showed that the most popular word spoken within the game was LOL (which means "laugh out loud"), with a staggering 6,048,000 "lols" per week, perhaps suggesting "RuneScape" players on the whole are an exceptionally happy bunch.

Speaking of chatting, instead of starring offensive words out, the chat filter originally turned any offensive language into the word "cabbage" automatically. This was because the Gower brothers hated cabbages so much that they felt that they were just as bad as the word they were hiding. Although this has now been changed, you can't miss the subtle cabbage references hidden around the game.

Number 5: RuneScape has penguins with a plan
When the game was first launched, one of the original quests players encountered asked you to go to a farm and shear sheep. In order to give a reason why the farmer couldn't just do it for himself, "The Thing" was created - something so scary a farmer wouldn't dare go at the sheep-shearing task alone. At the time, the developers had no idea what this could be and it wasn't until a number of years later that "The Thing" took form in the shape of penguins dressed as sheep. What exactly the penguins were up to was still a matter of debate both among the game's developers and the wider community.

The penguin situation wasn't fully explained until 2007, which revealed the penguin's diabolical plan to take over Gielinor, the world that "RuneScape" is set in.

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