RuneScape’s quest-line is chronicled in a new sound drama that was fan-made. English actor Josh Strife Hayes offers a podcast-like experience for fans of this classic MMORPG. Released OSRS gold back in 2001 RuneScape remains one of the MMORPG’s on the market and was recently released as a game. RuneScape is well known for branching quests, its power systems, and economy. While RuneScape’s present iteration RuneScape 3 boasts a player count, it has seen controversy over microtransactions.

Many subscribers have migrated to Old School RuneScape in search for simpler times. Logging into this”Old School” variant takes players back to the 2007 edition of RuneScape. Whether it be for nostalgia or gameplay taste, Josh Strife Hayes sets his sound drama in the realm of Old School RuneScape.According into Hayes’ Reddit post, he’s in the practice of”rewriting every quest as an adventure-style audio play.” Entitled Trouble and Strife, the series’s first two episodes are”Tutorial Island” and”Cooks Assistant.”

These are the titles of Old School RuneScape’s beginning zone and its very first pursuit. Though listeners are most likely to have spent countless hours at the locations Hayes clarifies in Trouble and Strife, they may get a new grasp of those environments through the thorough accounts of an adventurer viewing it all for the first time.

Like most MMORPGs, RuneScape requires players to devote a considerable quantity of time training skills as well as tackling quests. Hayes hopes his sound drama will probably be”a nice background story” for all those grinding away on lack-luster skills. In this way, his audio-drama functions like a podcast; providing entertainment while listeners continue using their routine. With each episode coming in half an hour, these long-form narratives are made for easy listening while gaming.

Strife and trouble grows the lore of RuneScape in a way that is peculiar. It expands on existing content via spoken-word dramatization. Video games cover visual and auditory representations of the tales by nature, but the absence of voice and visuals located in Old School RuneScape leave openings to the imagination to fill. Hayes fills these gaps with an audio-drama for gamers seeking to pass the time while creating their personalities. RuneScape’s programmers continue to launch new content for RuneScape 3 but fans exclusive to buy RuneScape gold to Old School RuneScape will continue to enlarge the 2007 version of RuneScape in ways that are far beyond the box.