Old School RuneScape's player communities with modern

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    MMOs have come a long way since their inception as well, with Final Fantasy XIV being a perfect example of how vast the genre has become. However, if you're looking to return to RuneScape but do not want to sink to the same depths as the previous games, their latest effort may just be for you.

    Jagex who is the creator of RuneScape and Steamforged Games, has joined forces with tabletop-gaming company Steamforged Games to create both an online board game as well as a tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) base book, inspired by RuneScape's lush fantasy setting of Gielinor.

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