Combaters are players who put more emphasis on the combat stats and rs 2007 gold less on the stats of skill. Although they may be similar to an experienced player in stats, combaters have 500-600 less overall levels. They may also not possess the same knowledge and abilities. I came across the hiscores magic place that solved my issue. I was aware of all the statistics regarding the player. I could tell whether they were more skilled, pure or fighter, or just a normal balanced player.
The Merchants are the next. They could be one of the four categories above, but sometimes as I've observed, they can be at a level 70 or more with a gigantic sum of money and a huge power over the market. These people were a mystery to me I'm not sure what to think about them.
Finally, there are the Player and Moderators of Forums. We won't discuss powers here, but personalities. It's easy to be moderators for players. Silver Crown is an excellent example of a reliable and lawful player. Forum Moderators are another problem. I don't have anything against them but they can be forum-based with an account that has 18 Fletching or 23 Woodcutting.
They're not worthy of your attention when they employ my methods such as appearance, level and name. There's only one more thing to consider to be considered: how they speak to you. Not just grammatically correct however, in a warm and caring manner. Now I will listen to the 23 year old Woodcutting and 18 Fletching man, and afterward speak to him, assist him and so forth. This is not a moderator's forum instance. I'll explain it next.
Is it Really Worth It? It's Worth it? Although some people may be more pleasant because of their combat, attire, and stats in comparison to others, does that mean that I ought to be more attentive to them than an average player or merchant? Names that don't match my type of player (I am a combat-skiller) or who "tlk at the novice" may not be worth chatting with buy RS gold unless they require help. This is a different matter.