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Structured and curated than anything else in Runescape

Visually, it's among the most striking settings in the sport, a total breath of fresh air that is different from the significant desert settings OSRS buy gold like Al Kharid, Nardah, and Pollnivneach.

It is also among the biggest updates because Jagex switched Runescape from a browser-based game to NXT, the downloadable client that launched in 2016. Menaphos is some thing of a reveal in terms of what is possible with the new customer: the Golden City is gorgeous. Volumetric lighting and fresh water effects give Menaphos a utopian texture.

The town is light and open, you are feeling the heat of the sun overhead, columns of light piercing through palm leaves. However, this isn't Al Kharid. The city roads are paved, homes and stores are brightly colored patterned and adorned with hanging plants, so the water is blue and crystal-clear, offsetting the heat of the desert sun. Just as NXT has helped beautify present game areas, it is nothing compared to this splendour and opulence Jagex have been able to eke out of Menaphos.

Since the advent of Old School Runescape, buy RS gold has focussed on providing a single-player RPG encounter towards rivalling those offered by Bioware or even Bethesda, with a focus on questing and Royal progression. Menaphos embraces that mentality wholeheartedly, with skilling built into every street and district in the city, as well the Shifting Tombs mini-game and Sophanem Slayer dungeon to get non-combat and combat skilling respectively.

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