Today we received yet another new tutorial for all new players!

We have had many so far; The tutorial island, Learning the Ropes, Unstable Foundations and the Troll Warzone.

I have played them all and there were some I did like and some I didn't like, with the least appealing being Troll Warzone and the most appealing Tutorial Island...Until perhaps now!

The new tutorial is a true masterpiece and I credit the creators for the RS Gold effort they put into it!
The environment, the textures, the story, the fights!
When I first entered Ashdale, I was stunned by the happiness and colourful surroundings and already got exited. And it didn't stop until I finished the tutorial!
You start on a small island, with polished looking houses and lovely trees, sparkling small rivers crossing the island and sea gulls flying around.

We learned a bit more about our own character, new people will learn why their character is special. You learn what your duty is on Gielinor.

The basics of the skills got explained well, why you need it and how to use it, and fits in the small story you take part it.
You get introduced to fishing and cooking, mining and smithing and melee combat and get to know the purpose of those skills.

I think this is indeed what the players asked for, and it replaces Tutorial Island very well and I won't be saddened anymore Runescape 2007 Gold that Tutorial Island disappeared and this is the new Tutorial Island :)
It's short, it's pretty, it's colourful, it has a story!

All in all, This tutorial really appeals to me, and I bet it will appeal to new players even better than the dark-gloomy-long-dreadful Troll Warzone did!
The great environment really makes me looking forward to the rest of the game (If I were to be a new player), because it's so pretty!
And the fact you can return to Ashdale to look around, is really great! (Which couldn't with Tutorial Island).

I would give it a rating 9/10! because of the splendid tutorial, but a tad few basic skills introduced! :D

I can see what you're getting at, but going to Ashdale for more training doesn't make any sense. From the sound of it, Ashdale is a safehaven, free from any and all trouble (except the zombie incident). Besides, Gundrik talks to you and guides you as if you had no knowledge of fishing, cooking, mining, and smithing, and very little actual combat training. In addition, Magda tells you that you have a lot of potential, which would indicate that the character is destined to be great, but has not achieved greatness yet. Think about it; why would a character tell you that you have a lot of Runescape Gold potential, if you are already a World Guardian? Maybe if they were a god, but definitely not a mortal.

I also think the discussion is getting a little bit sidetracked with how the continuity of the quests go with in the first place. I understand that they take place in the past. I can accept the flashback explanation. The ONLY issue is that the tutorial seems to be the adventurer's first experience as an adventurer, yet it takes place in the 6th age. This isn't about the continuity of any other piece of content, so let's please not discuss that as that's not what I want to talk about.

The events that occurred during The World Wakes and all quests that take place prior to it have happened in the past, whether or not you have played those quests. This is the reason every single player was able to play through content such as the Battle of Lumbridge without first completing the quests that led up to it.

They have done this so that every player is at the same point in the game's timeline, no matter how many quests they have completed. This allows every player to participate in content such as the world events, and allows Jagex to do so much more with the sixth-age content.

This isn't anything new, Jagex has explained this multiple times already. They even posted a news post about it shortly after The World Wakes was released, stating that The World Wakes and all content that took place before it is now in the past, whether or not a player has actually played through it.

This isn't any more of Buy Runescape Gold a time paradox than when you watch a movie then watch a prequel that was made later. Even though the story in the second movie takes place before the first movie, it still makes sense. The prequel movie just adds background story to the events that occurred in the first movie.

As for the Ashdale tutorial being our first adventure, I don't believe that is supposed to be true. I don't think our characters were born there and never left, that is just where we are at when the story begins. They can go back to events that happened earlier than that via quests to add more background story, though.


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