The news prompted Redditor FatNWackyRS to contact the r/Outriders community with a brief message about Mod Osborne and describe him as the "warm friendly "Dad" face at Jagex." FatNWackyRS describes everything Mod Osborne has contributed to OSRS Gold the community over the years, with a focus on clips, such as acting as Mod Elfborne to promote Prifddinas (an Elf City in Runescape) as well as joining livestreams and contributing to Jagex's vision.
While some gamers or communities would be irritated by the loss of a famous company's face, FatNWackyRS invited other Runescape players to talk about their experiences. One user, for example, says they feel like they've won and lost because they play with both Runescape in addition to Outriders. Other players were delighted by the news, and some even had never interacted with Osborne prior to this glowing review from one of the Runescape community.
Indeed, exactly what will happen on the other side of the Outriders fence remains to be seen, however Fans are aware that lots of good things are coming into the sport. Outriders' Worldslayer expansion is due to be released in the spring, and is scheduled to release for this year, and beyond that, People Can Fly has a variety of other projects being developed, including a game that is being developed by Square Enix. If Osborne will be involved with that, though, is yet to be determined.
FatNWackyRS concludes his post with an encouraging, simple message for Osborne in the event that he happens to come across it to say thank you for everything he's been able to do for Runescape and warm best wishes for his tenure working at Square Enix. "We cherish you, will be sad to see you go, and wish you the most enormous of success in your exciting new initiatives from Square Enix," the Redditor wrote in behalf of the RS community.
Through my diary of 2006 and my 2006 diary, I'm able to confirm that I walked to my first steps through Gielinor - RuneScape's setting - on the 29th of April that year. The younger Lottie wrote about how RuneScape was'very good looking thanks to its awesome map before going on an complaint about not being able to locate the final installment of Neon Genesis Evangelion on what I assume was a perfectly legal website. I'm wondering what she might have written if she had known OSRS Buy Gold would be a regular fixture among her games library.