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RuneScape's fan-made audio drama is the best soundtrack for players to quest to

RuneScape’s quest-line is chronicled in a new fan-made audio drama. English actor Josh Strife Hayes offers a podcast-like adventure for fans of the classic MMORPG. Released back in 2001 RuneScape remains one of the largest MMORPG’s on the market and was even recently released as a mobile game. The game is known for its in-depth skill systems, branching quests, and massive economy. While the game’s current iteration RuneScape 3 boasts a large player count, it has also seen controversy over unbridled microtransactions.

Many subscribers have migrated to Old School RuneScape in search of simpler times. Logging into this “Old School” version takes players back to the 2007 edition of the game. Whether it be for nostalgia or gameplay preference, Josh Strife Hayes sets his audio drama in the world of Old School RuneScape.

The audio drama comes from YouTuber and English actor Josh “Strife” Hayes, who has put out two episodes so far: a pilot episode that takes place on the tutorial island, and the official first episode of the greater narrative known as Trouble and Strife. The idea sprang from Hayes’ ongoing video guide series for every quest in OSRS, rewriting them as an adventure-style radio play. If you are in need of Cheap Runescape Gold, come to z2u.com, where you can enjoy the cheapest price online and 3% off with a coupon code “Z2U”.

Neither of these are a particularly short reading either, with each episode clocking in at over 30 minutes each, so if you’re grinding out some skills in-game, there are certainly worse things one could be listening to while XP bars fill up.

Like many MMORPGs, RuneScape requires players to spend a considerable amount of time training various skills in addition to tackling quests. Hayes hopes his audio drama will be “a nice background story” for those grinding away on lack-luster skills. In this way, his audio-drama functions like a podcast; providing entertainment while listeners continue with their routine. With each episode coming in over 30 minutes, these long-form narratives are certainly made for easy listening while gaming.