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Tynisa

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I started my questing life by just using a guide, and nailing through quests as fast as i could. I would never read anything any quest characters said, or take in any of the storyline that was being built up around me.This was mostly because of the fact i quested solely for PKing reasons.However, in the build up to doing the Temple of Sennestien (sp?) i still used a guide, but i would read what people said, and actually take in the storyline. This was a suprise to me, as i actually enjoyed the quests a lot more than i thought i would, and didn't mind the endless quests involved.tl;dr I quested without reading didnt like it, quested with reading, and loved it.--So, how about you guys?

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Fergal

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I try to do quests really fast using a guide. But I do read the talking and follow the storyline, even if I do read it really quickly. I really enjoyed MM's storyline, and maybe DT. Couldn't make me do MM a third time though. xD

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Crazycow73

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Desert Treasure had an amazing story and was one my most loved quests. I only read if the quest is a long one. If I am going to be at it for more than a hour, why not?

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Judobreaker

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I have the quest cape and I finish most new quests before a guide is even released so yeah, I read. :PEven if I do it a few days later when the first guides are already released I refuse to use guides.Back when I just started playing mems I used to do them with a guide but I'd definitely read the whole thing.

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MstrMonopoly

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I hate following guides. Seems to defeat the point of the quest for me. But I do use guides when I'm going through the quest a second time on a different account.

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I God-Apollo

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I quest for pking reasons, I use a guide, but if it's gonna be a while and It's a subquest I usually read because if I need to do 5 quests with the same topic, it's usually a pretty damn good story.

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Blake

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I followed all of the f2p quest without a guide, which isn't impressive what so ever. Ever since I started being a member and doing quest, I would just read what items I need for the quest, buy all of them, and go solo from there. The only times I read the guide was for the light puzzle in MEP2, the maze in Back to Your Roots, and boss fights. I always read what the characters say. Taking in the story is the best part of quest in my opinion.

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David

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QUEST STORY-LINES IN RUNESCAPE. LOLWUT.On a serious note, I most certainly do not "do" quests. I don't even understand how that is possible, or where I would penetrate to begin such an endeavor.

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Huygens

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I see questing as something that should not be grinded, and therefore, I do read everything.

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Tynisa

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QUEST STORY-LINES IN RUNESCAPE. LOLWUT.On a serious note, I most certainly do not "do" quests. I don't even understand how that is possible, or where I would penetrate to begin such an endeavor.

Lol'd, your an idiot.Funny idiot, though.

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BklynEnigma

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Yes. As of right now, 3 left. Ritual of the Mahjarrat (currently training for it), A Clockwork syringe, and Nomad's requiem. Why do I do them? Well idk really. When I joined I never got into the pking frenzy my friends were in to. I did quests, and thru a quest met a close friend who was also really in to quests. We both eventually got our quest capes. She quit, and I am working to get mine back :(.

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Coty530

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When I first became a member I made it my goal to get the quest cape, I didn't have a 99 at that moment so I was going to make my frist acheivement cape the quest cape, I was doing 3-6 quests a day, flying through them making great progress but sadly I burned myself out, and now I don't do quests. I honestly love them, but certain things turn me off when it comes to rs quests, it just seems you have to have so many items and bank several times and some quests make it hard to get back to where you was, now with summoning you can carry more and I'm sure that wouldn't be as much of a pain, and I have thought about working on quests but haven't decided yet.As for the guides, yes I do use guides, now some people say it ruins the quest, and in a sese it does, but I don't want to spend hours and hours and hours on 1 quest. Now I still do quests from time to time, but usually only if I can get something out of it, not just for kicks and giggles.

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Jimmy

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No.. Only reason i'm doing a quest is for the rewards, and I just want those as quickly as possible lol.




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