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Everquest was OSRS gold even worse by PoP. Anything that would be interesting just like skilling you can knock out in every day, however it had been so click intensive (envision smelting rune ore and you had to click every individual coal, but for everything you make). Leveling was excruciating, like RS you sit at a single camp, well that's if you can solo and only a few classes could. Only a couple could truly semi-afk, a whole lot you had to kite things around and it was a whole lot easier to perish than RS since xp tapered off fast on creatures more than a few levels below you. Then after months of grinding you get to max level 65. Congrats, you have to do it all over again to unlock the bonus abilities.
Oh and by this stage, soloing is almost non-existant, as anything which would give experience at this time is pretty much in a raid zone. On the flip side, Runescape did encourage socializing. I wish it had actual quests. The raids were enjoyable because of its day though. EQ was far worse than WoW together with grinding, and even moreso than RS. It's the precise opposite. Runescape ended up placing the ability to purchase Pizza Hut into Runescape, this was similar to ~2004. The culture around Runescape places the South Park WoW event to pity. RS is a whole lot easier going in comparison.
Runescape to me is always a repeated cycle of"ill be able to get so much fun once I complete this 200 hour grind of X" Get to"x", find it super underwhelming and quit for 3 months. Both back in the day and I put a more realistic goal assists with burnout. I powered back up to 100 battle and haven't logged in for a couple of days. Did the same thing when I first came back and hit 88 fletching. Once I max quests and get 70 all that I probably will wind up stopping though, or playing very sparingly. However, for a whole lot of Runescape there is enough going on until you hit higher levels.
Basically occurred with me on my main. Only began feeling like the time commitment was past 70s, even 60s for some abilities. I believed the mill to 65 att along with def, then str (somehow thought I needed def instead of str to get into the warrior guild) was a long mill and I was just going from 60. I recognized my grind was tame and gradually strolled out 70s. Next believed that the 70 mill was tame and got 80s. I have 81/84/79 89 range 80 mage and 70 prayer and don't really even remember the grinds. For me the present grind feels just like the previous one. I only got 90 farming and am to 91.
Some abilities I do hate though. Fletching is and I train it so my Tears of Guthix visit RC. I hate thieving. RC is poor and agility is ok, getting near 70 in it. You are going about this all the wrong way dude. You simply can not compare yourself. If people wish to act as if they're better than you, simply because they play more hours, that is sad for them but don't let it affect your mentality. Just play how you wish to play and achieve things that are realistic and fun for you. I acknowledge this game does have elitism issues and it is probably why I never really enjoyed clan chats, but I still enjoyed cheap RuneScape gold hitting and playing my own goals.