I believe OSRS maximum reflects

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By overstating the typical departure cost you're poking holes in your own argument rather than strengthening as I am sure you'd planned.

By overstating the typical departure cost you're poking holes in your own argument rather than strengthening as I am sure you'd planned. With the way Jagex is, a jmod could look at this post and buy RS gold only point out that basing on instanced boss encounter fatalities, the average death price cost is way less than you said so there is no problem and no rework is necessary. Like I said at the beginning, I concur with you, but I am just giving some feedback on that part because it is a really enlightening and largely factual article minus that part.I earnestly do not think I am overstating the price for a pvm death employing a typical gear installation. It is a high-end equipment setup that is standard. Shield item brings this to over 6m still. This is not some crazy hybrid setup. It is just a installation with an sgb change, nothing mad.

The problem is that you are assuming that PVMers together with all the best setups possible are the majority, but they are not. Armor using switches and t92 weapons has like a passing expenses and greatest. However, the character of this is that individuals are not geared with full t92 including their switches. Most individuals are targeted with a combination of t92, t90, and t80 (nex gear since sirenic/ tectonic d2d until monday) because of their firearms, armor and switches for PVM so that they are not hitting those high passing costs.

I've read the other comments and I'm not alone at the argument I am making, like 90 percent of the comments agree with me, which shows that my argument is correct. If a huge majority experiences departure prices of 2-4mil for their buddies and themselves then that means that the average departure cost isnt likely be 6mil. And for each top-tier PVMer with passing costs that are 12mil to stray the higher that is average, there's a shit-tier PVMer with a 500k passing costs to equal it out. The whole first paragraph is speaking to 1 battle style with maybe potentially a splash of another since most players dont hybrid and switchscape each and every boss. It is necessary/ essential to higher-tier pvmers doing high-end bossing.

I'm not saying that the'ordinary'pvm departure. In remarks or my post did I say that. I said there is a pvm installation 6m. The pic I connected is the standard aod inventory and it's a 6m+ departure... I understand not every passing is 12m, but is there a good reason ANY death should be 12m? That's the point of my post. I believe OSRS maximum reflects a comprehension of punishing death should be. Ordinary and standard can literally be used interchangeably in the sentence you said. You're just being nitpicky on semantics. The PVM setup isnt hybrid switches for AOD or Solak or Rago or even Telos quit citing them as your pvm setup. Your article made a good point, but your ignorance is making a good debate into a shit one.

Standard in that circumstance means what is an acceptable pvm setup, and average is what the average player uses. Individuals in Raid FC are above average players, but if you have some comprehension in pvm and inspect their invents, it is pretty bad, usually they only bring a defense, overloads, prayer potions, and adren baskets or vigor seldom. A normal pvm installation has all the needed switches anticipated at a high level team. For AOD, the standard pvm setup is one maxed out with buttons, since you don't actually need food, and his pretty much matches the description. If he claimed to use it until every brink then yea and runescape 2007 gold brought some shit, he'd be padding his passing price.