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Anyone with membership of any level can take on the boss, however Jagex suggests this level: 70 Ranged 70 Strength, 70 Agility, 70 Hitpoints. Additionally, you'll need to complete The Desert Treasure quest, so you have access to the Frozen Door. The door will allow you as a way to enter Nex's home that allows you to play to kill the monster on your own.

Naturally, as one would expect from a boss battle, there's some spectacular loot you can collect. Jagex hasn't gone into too much detail regarding what's in store, but it has revealed that among the prizes up to grabs is an Ancient Godsword, Zaryte crossbow as well as the Torva armour set.

If you want to try the expansion yourself, Old School RuneScape is absolutely free to play on PC and mobile devices. However, this expansion is only accessible to players who pay for membership.

This is the home page of Memory Card. Here, we embark on an ultimate, possibly fatal, playthrough of the games that we've forgotten from our past. Just like the old days when we would pull a few late-night booze, we may lose a friend or two even eating too many Hot Pockets. Let's find out how far our lives have accomplished. Or regressed.

In the early days of the nineties, as the world wide internet set the world of gaming with LAN party possibilities, one type of fantasy adventure emerged: the MMORPG or Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game, for you noobs.

These were games like World of Warcraft or Guild Wars which let you communicate and play with players from all over the world. And all you needed was an internet connection. My most favorite alternative was RuneScape, a game that was played with my brother and me joining forces to take on the Corporeal Beast as well as learn to cook an exquisite monkfish, and take part in a few rounds of Gnome Ball.

That time of getting back from school and jumping on our shared computer, and then our own, however, leaving the doors to our bedrooms open for us to shout strategies and beg for gold some of the best moments I experienced as a kid.

I've occasionally kept up with RuneScape over the years to ensure that my account from 2005 was still functioning. But it wasn't until about two months ago, that I received a phone call from a trusted friend from my Gamer Squad*, that read, "I want to play RuneScape," that I started back in my journey to Gielinor.

Like any good MMO The goal of RuneScape is different depending on the player. Maybe you'd like to finish each and every one of the over 200 quests that will earn you Legendary Hero status. Maybe you'd like mastering some of the abilities to earn the famed Skill Mastery cape. Perhaps you'd like to earn billions by flipping things on the Grand Exchanges.

You could be an a**hole and be killed by playing players in the wild as well. That's not even to mention the mini-games, events around the world, duels, and holidays. The game is massive. It's also clear that Jagex has not stopped the process of updating Gielinor. There's plenty of new games, with the most recent being RuneScape Mobile, which launches June 17.

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