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Runescape has rolled out deep-sea fishing

  • This has caused growing tensions, with players doing everything from regularly demanding that programmer Jagex ban all OSRS gold farmers to publishing a guide that assists other players more effectively hunt, kill, and breeding farmers. "I have friends who perform daily, and if they do not play, they don't eat daily."

    "I never believed I would see a manual on how to effectively kill poor people," read a single response. "Literal humanitarian crisis going on there. [The manual's author] thinks it's a good strategy to not just kill them taunt them in their own vocabulary and [teabag] them return... That is some fairly arsehole shit right there," read another.

    Others, however, contended that because gold farmers are breaking the rules and damaging the game's economy, they deserve whatever is coming to themand did not appear to have much sympathy for their own situation. "This fucks the game's economy and breaks the rules," said one participant responding to the guide. "I understand that Venezuela is fucked up, but jesus shit dude, there are far better things to do with your goddamn time compared to farming gold. Things like learning something new or whatever can aid your country get out of the bad situation."

    There was also a third variety of reaction: people saying that they followed the manual's cheap Runescape gold advice and went hunting for"Pablos," as some took to calling Venezuelan players. "Free loot + fun."

    The manual was not the first-time Runescape players had expressed anti-Venezuelan opinion, but it was the most barbarous illustration of it.