Runescape’s Latest: Aminishi Featuring The Serpent That Will Haunt Your Dreams

Runescape, a massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG), just released its first Elite Dungeon: the Temple of Aminishi. The challenge demands that players willing to step up to the mark gear up to take down mobs, mini bosses, and aquatic monsters. Those who are able to defeat the three on their own of in groups will earn themselves title of “Acolyte of Seiryu” as well as many handsome rewards such as new gear, weapons, high tier equipment, and a raise in skill points.

The game Runescape is a fantasy online multiplayer game created by the British developers of Jagex Games Studio. It is set in Gielinor, a medieval world that is divided into many different regions, kingdoms, and cities. Players, who are able to customize their in game characters, trek through the different areas and face the many challenges that they bring. Since the game is a massive multiplayer, each character is able to take on the challenges he or she so chooses, creating a diverse dynamic in the game play as opposed to a standard flat campaign seen in most games. In addition, the interactions between the different players active in the gaming realm adds another level of randomized dynamic that makes the story lines customized entirely for individual players as they so progress. Players are able to interact with one another as well as the game’s in built computer controlled characters such as the obstacle creatures they face in challenges. By being able to interact with one another to work together in the face of challenge or compete to out do one another, players are given a unique gaming experience to explore as they explore Gielinor on their own accord.

Runescape was first released in January of 2001 as an in browser game back end programmed in Java. In 2016, the game earned itself an independently running C++ version. This is only deserving of a game recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most popular massively multiplayer online role playing game. With its growing community and fan base, the game has released many subsequent versions such as Runescape 2 and Runescape 3, all of which have been preserved and even turned into mobile games available in the Google Play Store for Android and the Apple App Store for iOS.

Back to the new raid like Elite Dungeon that’s just been released, the news keeps getting better. This is not a challenge for the old and rusty veterans of the game, but is also open to beginners. New players may make their way to Port Sarim after completing their very first beginner quest in the game. The boat will take them directly to The Arc islands where they may enter The Temple of Aminishi. What’s more is that the challenges come in all shapes and sizes. Players are able to customize the level of challenge they would like to face by taking the challenge head on individually or following a prepared story line that gives them greater strength to make it through, but since it’s easier, the generosity of their rewards decreases proportionally.

Will you risk it all to go in for a handsome reward or take the easy way and play it safe? It’s open to all payers to rush down to The Arc islands and take on the challenge in The Temple of Aminishi. If there was a ever a chance to prove your dungeoneering skill, this is it. A friendly piece of advice: beware of Seiryu the Azure serpent. It may be chained up but it will be your toughest challenge within The Temple of Aminishi.

Sarmad Burki

Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.
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