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In my final site I will be talking about how we are rebalancing

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    October 28, 2020
    In my final site I will be talking about how we are rebalancing the combat triangle; the new gear we are adding (including something truly amazing that we have been keeping as a surprise); battle levels and pures; and also the altered relationship between food, armour, life points and RuneScape gold Constitution. Thanks for reading!

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