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Posted: Aug 6th 2010 1:42PM mttgamer said

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Are they trying to compete with Guild Wars/ Guild Wars 2? is there a Runescape 2 that we all don't know about?

*rolls eyes*

Posted: Aug 6th 2010 1:43PM Whiney said

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Wow, I never know that wanting to publish a novel equals to competing with GW.

Posted: Aug 6th 2010 1:50PM mttgamer said

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I never said that they were :P did you see the question mark?
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Posted: Aug 6th 2010 2:05PM (Unverified) said

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The real news here is not the book, but the fact that there are more books on the way, since this book's been out for a long time now (paperback is new)

Posted: Aug 6th 2010 2:40PM Egobrane said

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I don't care what people say. Runescape had good humor in it and made me laugh on many occasions. I used to really like that game some years back.

Posted: Aug 6th 2010 3:01PM (Unverified) said

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"Day 1: Mine some tin"
"Day 32: Mine some Mithril"
"Day 287: Mine some Rune"
"Day 493: Comitted to mental asylum"

Posted: Aug 6th 2010 8:16PM Omali said

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The "Betrayal at Falador" book is not new, but I'm glad to see a continuation of the series.

Runescape has an amazingly deep lore, although Jagex likes to shuffle around the "don't trust your sources" in order to explain certain inconsistencies. I look forward to them having a real publisher, and not having to pay 2x the cost of the book to get it shipped to the US this time.

Posted: Aug 8th 2010 10:35AM (Unverified) said

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And not to take away from Runescape, but the GW cross over book is descent. I've read over half of it in about half a day or so. And I only fell asleep twice, but that was due to being highly medicated for allergies.

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