It's disorienting and forces the Runescape player
I died in the first cannon scene because I tried to read Veldaban's text, which resulted in bombardment from the cannon shells. I understood that the rocks provided cover, but I was still disoriented from the cutscene that ended with Runescape Gold us *retreating back into the cave* to utilize it in time. The lag I was experiencing at the time did not help with this.
While this bothered me too, I booted into Safe Mode and did it fine on my 6-year-old Macbook. It's not impossible to do on a Mac or anything that only has OpenGl; all you have to do is press 's' when the game is loading to change the display to Safe Mode. While it will make your graphics on par with that of MineCraft, you won't crash on that part.
It's called LIFE..might as well get used to it. And don't even bother saying this is a game..this isn't life...its supposed to be an escape. The realism of the game is what makes if fun and draws you in. You don't get a warning message in life:
"You are about to enter an alley way..there could be muggers hiding behind the dumpster."
Or "You are about to drive into the wrong part of town, are you sure you want to proceed?"
The Cheap Runescape Gold quest is meant to be suspenseful and engaging. Another thing I would point out..in the quest in question..you are in a sense..AT WAR! And war has no rules on the battlefield. If you can take your enemy from behind you do it. I have adopted a policy much like someone else posted...I wear noob gear into a quest fight the first time around, just to gauge what is going on...another thing is always keep your 1 click teleport with you. For me thats the Ectophial..if you get down to 1/4 health and no food...time to get out.