I think the best thing you can do is play with your own kids, and discuss the bad areas and the bad things that cheap runescape gold can happen in them. In real life, we teach our kids to be careful of strangers and here is no different. We don't let them go into the bad neighborhoods either (why we move to the suburbs.) so warn them about the wildy.
My kids and I have been attacked in the wildy at least one time each and lost valuable items. Ouch. We stay out mostly now. I then tell them about stuff like that that happened to me on the streets of Chicago and how to be wary of muggers, etc. Teaches them to pay attention. A lot of what the kids I play with think is "scamming" is simply them not knowing the prices of things.
so there is little in the way of bad language. It makes it hard to communicate sometimes though. I have made lots of great friends in the game, and playing Runescape brings our whole neighborhood together. It is a healthy game which I can use to ground the kids off of if they don't do well in school or have good grades (lol).
It actually helps their school grades. I am really suprised that people find it in any way negative. Most bad situations or experiences can be avoided with just a little thought and paying attention. I was waiting for an article about the wonders of Runescape, not the dangers. I excitedly clicked on this and was genuinely suprised. Lighten up people!
Legend Talk 00:58, 19 August 2007 (UTC)They are given because they provide players of the game with further information. The three sites linked are the largest according to Alexa; there would be only one, but Alexa isn't always very accurate, so it was decided to include all three. This section is here because many, many people have suggested that smaller fansites be added.