After feeling overwhelmed, I chose to make a permanent goal of mine: to master firemaking OSRS Gold. Mastering the art of firemaking takes endless hours of repeating movements to attain the level 99 (now at 120 across a handful of skills) This is rewarded with a cape worthy of the title of a master. The cape has been trimmed. It's bright.
It represents the skill of any kind and includes a hood to match. My brother and a good friend--who claimed to have a mage of great power -- also took part in the MMO amusement, and after having a second look around in the RuneScape realm (and frequently reminding my team over the Discord chat that I was the most powerful among us), it was time to go to work.
The group would be some of the most famous crafters Gielinor ever saw I was the arsonist My friend with his magic and my brother using herblore (potion-making) the latter of which he chose because the skill cape appears like a weed.
This mission was the most relaxing period of this pandemic. Sure, it was boring, but RuneScape is so good at doing a great job of rewarding you for the grind that it felt as if it was me and my pals joking around playing Discord as normal, only with a goal-setting feature.
And of course, RuneScape isn't free of microtransactions. The darkest game-related aspect which MMOs like RuneScape along with World of Warcraft all but created, however with my money the cost of a membership was not an issue and Buy RuneScape Gold, besides membership other things like cool cosmetics to challenge other players, XP boosts, in-game money, and so on--is almost entirely available.