I've taken a break, most often while playing the latest game, usually from RuneScape through the time. The longest occurred when the Evolution of Combat (also known as EoC) was released - the actions bars and abilities were at war with the RuneScape section of my brain.
RuneScape but, as always, discovers a way to catch me. This time, It was Legacy Combat Mode, which was a return to the tick-based warfare of old. EoC and I have quite a turbulent relationship; mostly due to resistance on my part, however I'm trying. Rarely.
My diaries are still filled with notes regarding my latest RuneScape achievements, especially when I'm able to acquire a brand-new leveling pet, but they have to share the space with small musings on some of the Indie gaming I've enjoyed as well as an rant about my lack of Log Stool recipes that I can make myself in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I'm currently making an outline of things I'd like me to do in RuneScape during the year ahead.
As a Dungeoneering expert, I'd like to train (unlikely) and rework my money pit of a house. It's possible I'll finally finish this Salt in the Wound quest at one point I wanted to do this quest, until a friend told me about a particular pillar in case you know. Since then I've never found the strength to complete it, but it could be 2022.
If you are playing an MMORPG for a long period of time of say, 15 years it's a big an integral part of you, whether you choose to play by yourself or be an active part of the community. RuneScape has celebrated its 20th anniversary this year and while there were a few highlights like in particular the Elder God Wars dungeon and Azzanadra's Quest - there were also bad moments osrs pk accounts, such as the Login Lockout.