It’s also among the greatest updates since Jagex switched Runescape out of a browser-based game to NXT, the downloadable client that launched in 2016. Menaphos is something of a reveal in terms of what is possible with the new client: the Golden City is stunning. Volumetric light and new water effects lend Menaphos a utopian feel. But this is not Al Kharid. As much as NXT has helped beautify existing game areas, it’s nothing in comparison to the splendour and opulence Jagex have managed to eke out of RuneScape gold.
Since the advent of Old School Runescape, Runescape has focussed on delivering a single-player RPG encounter towards rivalling those provided by Bioware or Bethesda, with an emphasis on questing and Royal progression. Menaphos embraces that mentality wholeheartedly, with skilling built into each road and district in town, as well the Shifting Tombs mini-game and Sophanem Slayer dungeon for non-combat and battle skilling respectively.
Outside of these areas, opportunities for boosting XP are sprinkled through town itself. The Worker district is home to degree 50 mining opportunities. There is a new kind of tree for level 47 woodcutting from the Imperial district. Finally, there’s a fresh Hunter creature at level 60 across the lake in Sophanem.
The Changing Tombs mini-game is the main focus of cheap RS gold. It’s a randomised area it is possible to input either independently or within a group. Before entering you select the type of non-combat XP that you want to gain, and once inside, you have five minutes to complete as many activities as you can. Fail to obtain the exit and escape until the timer runs out and you’re going to lose everything you gained indoors.