Most of these are very much the ‘tip of the iceberg’, unfortunately. If it involves margaritas and Keep count me in shirt has mountains, upon mountains of finished graphics which are often forgotten, never finished, or fail to reach the end of QA. Even more in the pile of games which are never reach production. Some of these we only know because of previous Jagex artists mentioning their love for the animations of something which was never released, slip up comments by Jagex, etc. I would imagine that many of the Slayer Monsters which have concept art (Infernal Mages, Banshees, Nechryeal, Cave Goblins, Tormented Demons, Aberrant Spectre, Aquanite, Jadinko, and so on) also have some sort of models. The worst thing is – some of the ones that we have seen, despite being years old, are not in game. How is it that the Gowers went from RS2 to RSHD in the time it takes RS3 to release a single model game-wide? It’s painful how often we forget that we have finished models too.
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I’m very worried about the integrity of this If it involves margaritas and Keep count me in shirt . It feels like there is very little care for integrity versus. accessibility – and that’s a stark change from what defined the game from its release to the early 2010s. This is everything from the constant dishing out of experience, to the apprehension to place requirements on quests or new locations, to not taking rule breaking seriously, to removing the rug beneath content which has long had pre-requisites (eg. rune platebody), to not placing a req on ED3 despite the players (quite literally) begging for it – in an attempt to slow down bots. Whilst I’m well aware that many disagree with me about this, the general feeling I get is that many feel this way, if not the vast majority. It’s a shame that OSRS is able to get away with whatever it likes, regardless of numbers accessing content on release – even going as far as to ‘add’ pre-requisites to existing content.