Nowhere in the game does the Runescape
you imply that every single player who didnt have RS Gold prior warning about exactly whats in the cave, died upon entering
i didnt, and no one i knew did, and i went in knowing only what the quest told us
the ship did not explode randomly, you were just too slow to dodge the bullet (extending the metaphor, i know u cant actually dodge cannon balls)
same as in xenon, you can avoid every thing, if you are fast enough
its just that most people will hug the bottom of the screen until the first inta kill giant monster kills you from behind - thats their fault, not the games
stop trying to blame jagex for you ineptitude, wait for complex guides before you quest, or just stop questing, but stop trying to spoil all the fun for those who are better at RS computer games than you
If you didn't die then good on you. But the point isn't just about dying; I'm talking about getting hit by cannonballs, which won't kill you in one hit unless you're weak.
And don't use Xenon for this argument because it doesn't have anything to do with the problem. The player already knows what to do the first time he steps into Xenon - shoot and dodge. In the lava flow mine you don't know what to do immediately because it's not instinctual nor was it clarified.
And don't call players who didn't get through the lava mine the first time "inept". Just because you didn't die at an obstacle doesn't make it fair.
1. if a player is weak, they shouldnt expect to be able to survive a head on assault against am entire army armed with multiple multi cannons
2. the RS player knows straight away that they will be under attack, they know cannons are range type attack, they know you have to Runescape 2007 Gold eat food when you take damage - there is nothing in this quest that the player should not expect if they have an IQ over 50
3. i think dying on this section is the definition of inept