Some of Old School Runescape’s more?
I want to see more skills follow the model of my favorite skill, Slayer, that is about killing creatures assigned by Slayer masters.
Slayer makes training your combat skills more enjoyable by taking you around Runescape, and because it makes you fight so many different creatures, you receive item drops that fuel a variety of non-combat abilities –gems for Crafting, seeds such as Farming, alloy bars for Smithing. I’d love to find that sort of diversity come into skills such as Herblore and Agility, and I want to see more skills interact with other abilities, like how I coached Woodcutting when leveling Hunter. Efficiency is fun, and Runescape is at its finest when you’re not stuck doing one thing.
Thankfully, some of OSRS gold more recent updates introduced minigames that assist liven up otherwise boring abilities like Cooking and Firemaking. And while some abilities continue to be dull to train, they are at least more rewarding thanks to the accession of skill-gated regional diaries which give you a globetrotting to-do list–kill this monster, talk to the NPC, complete this quest, craft this item and so forth. Completing diaries unlocks incredibly useful utilities and shortcuts, so they motivate you to train skills and complete quests. They also offer a small but valuable dose of direction: if you want a new target, you can always work on your own diaries.