This has to be one of the most exciting but dangerous bits of Runescape. This is the area north of the map in wich players can attack eachother providing they are within level of eachother. By this i mean they may be in a suitable depth of the wilderness to attack eachother. This means a level 126 (highest level) cannot attack and probably kill a level 3 (lowest level) in one shot in level 1 Wilderness. Infact this can’t happen at all, as the wilderness doesn’t go up to a high enough level. As the clan ladder is being postponed and there are many clans and players looking for a fight, the PKRI event will be a perfect opportunity for you to show your mettle.
Â Runescape is pretty safe and the majority of people are nice who play it. Beware of any suspicious people, and if you feel the need you can report people for a variety of things such as their language, actions and more. THE REPORT feature really works! I know myself, as i have gotten warnings for some things i didn’t mean to do/say. You will get used to the great size of Runescape after a few weeks, and will be able to find yourself round. Until then, just ask people as a lot aren’t afraid to help you. Some may charge 100gp to give you a taxi to somewhere.
Â While many clans exist purely to wreak havoc in the Wilderness, the diversity of clans means that there’s more than likely one suited to you. Take the Caped Carousers, for example, who began as a small group that liked to get together to celebrate completing all of RuneScape’s quests. Two years since they formed and they’re now a thriving community ofQuestCapeowners. Modzilla is another good example; their roots lie in the P-Mod team, but now they’re a huge clan who get together to train skills, compete and generally just hang out together.