The reason I keep coming back to RuneScape is the way it feels as if it's a living thing RuneScape Gold, always evolving with new challenges and places. Then there are the skills and the interwoven tapestries that connect the various gameplay elements together, allowing me to move from making runestones to searching for dinosaurs. My personal favorite is Archaeology due to the way it combines lore-based exploration with an excellent progression of skills.
In the context of RuneScape legends, never forget the quest lines. In this game, I've experienced gothic terror as well as epic fantasy, and the desire of one man to bake cakes. I'll never forget the time that I was in The Temple of Light, even when I wish I could. There's also Old School RuneScape through which I can travel in time to the game I was captivated by.
I've had breaks, mostly when I'm playing an exciting game from RuneScape throughout the many years. The longest was when Evolution of Combat (also known as EoC) was released. the action bars and abilities were in conflict with the RuneScape part of my brain.RuneScape is, however, never comes up with a way to trap me, and this time this was Legacy Combat Mode, which brought back the tick-based combat system of the past. EoC and I have an uneasy relationship, mostly due to resistance from my side, but I'm trying. Rarely.
My diaries are still filled with notes of my most recent RuneScape accomplishments, particularly when I get a new pet with a new skill, but they must also fill my diary with a few musings about my favorite Indie game I've tried as well as criticisms of my inability to make Log Stool homemade recipes from Animal Crossing: New Horizons Buy Old School RS Gold. I'm currently making an outline of things I'd like to accomplish in RuneScape in the next year.