Some players who are part of RuneScape gold those who support the Runelite HD project have taken to a town square in Falador in the capital city of one of Runescape's main kingdoms, for a sit-in protest similar to the protest World of Warcraft players held in July. In the video below, posting text dialogue criticizing Jagex for the decision and hashtags like #Free117. Another video shows even more players "marching" around Falador Square.
A time back, something unusual began to occur in a video game known as Old School RuneScape. It was apparent that there were many new players taking part in the game, and they were all doing things in the same manner. They were there for hours and hours performing the same activities every time. In addition to killing green dragons, they were gathering gold. Then killing more green dragons and harvesting gold.
It was pretty obvious that these players were gamers call "gold farmer." They were earning gold in the game and then converting that game gold into actual money by selling the gold to other players on underground websites. This has been happening for a long time, and the majority of games prohibit it, but it continues to happen.
The issue was why did there suddenly appear to be so many of these players in Old School RuneScape? The answer lies in one single collapsing economy. Venezuela. Rampant hyperinflation was undermining the local currency. For thousands of buy old school rs gold Venezuelans playing video games, gold was now a form of safety.