@Kaffe_CS Rather outside my area too, actually, though as the engine team's needed for a lot of stuff besides making such an alternate version of the game, I'm afraid we're unlikely to get to explore it.
@KotaMcdonald94 Some might consider it fun to fight there, once they know what they're doing on the world, though I'd agree it'd be good to make the safe/dangerous areas more visible to the player, whether or not they change.
@Fe_Supreme I liked the version of that where it'd get refreshed with updated mechanics taken from the most recent seasonal, every time there'd been a seasonal. I could see players wanting to keep a lot of progress during wipes, of course, if we did it, since those quests could get samey :)
@ByTheCormorants In addition to the thing that pops up, and could be dismissed, there's a persistent message that stays in the history. With emphasis. And a player who's concerned about this might well be encouraged to watch out for it too.
@DanRobinsonn7 We're not currently able to do completely individual ones like that, even per group. (And if you consider how the group storage works, you probably wouldn't like using shops if they all had to be like that for your group!)
@Bernanbrownie They take recovery requests here: https://t.co/HDEDNC3DTB - though if you're having trouble proving ownership of the account, see the Support team's advice on that: https://t.co/6KA2yyhZ4F - I'd suggest blocking any scammer Twitter accounts that bother you.
@MitchFromTwitch There was also a suggestion for making it an item that isn't actually a blood rune, but that can still be used for charging the weapons. That'd further reduce any impact on other content.
@TRDiscordian The group storage feature doesn't currently support that kind of item, unfortunately. We'd originally hoped that you'd be able to share them that way, though the implementation ran into hurdles.
@JesseSillas For the shops that had alternate stocks for Iron players, GIM (and UIM) actually have their own stocks. But we don't expect the launch rush to be a long-term thing. A team chat's already in development, I believe.
@MikeTennyson101 I'm sorry to hear that. I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to diagnose it from the info available here, but right-click the 'Report' button in the game to find the bug report form where you can let the testers know about it directly.
@ScanlonOSRS It's not specified so far, though I'm pretty sure they wouldn't drop dead immediately - the scheduling of the ritual is just a convention they've agreed on. They'd likely end up pretty weak, though.
@Matthew35783900 It's a short-term temporary thing that's getting wiped when it's over, and that doesn't get them ranked alongside other players on the highscores for their use of it. While it may not reflect the grind of OSRS, it's an adequate advert for other aspects of the game.
@osrsStaunch They're showing the amount of XP you'd get for fighting someone, in your mode. We may get to treat you different just within that minigame, though, as you're not getting the XP in the end.
@Terry15Chung I'm afraid I don't have such data to share. Many players go back and forth between the two states, by the way, such as subscribing for the vacations and letting it lapse during college terms.
@100NISTl Some of the proposed updates from the Wilderness blog have already launched, with more in development already. I'm sorry we've not given you more of what you wanted, though you might enjoy some of the other updates as other players have been doing :)
@Misterspacecake Given how many online bank systems use date of birth as a security question, I'm not actually a big fan of encouraging players to reveal their birthdays online. I know players wouldn't have to use the real date, though.
@Cassuboss I'm sorry to hear that - it sounds like you're doing the right things, if your email account is properly secure too (e.g. multi-factor login) and there's definitely no malware making you vulnerable. The Support team's JagexSupport on this platform if you'd like to ask them.
@1Dudaev An early producer thought it'd be an effective way of getting a lot of attention to the competition, and he wasn't wrong, even if it might have been a bit much. While it may not be great value, players were pretty scathing when we later did one without such a big prize pool.