And as for the content that was there

And as for the content that was there, well, that did elicit joy or enthusiasm. With so much content focussing on the parts of the game. Another misguided look at what was traditionally RuneScapey by adding pointlessly grindy things via the favour system (thinking that the grind itself was players enjoyed about grinding), subsequently giving the player no sense of satisfaction for actually"finishing" a grind, since you had only automatically lose the 20 percent of what you had gained access to in case you wanted to try any of those other 80 percent of content there. With the system improvements, I wouldn't call the favour gameplay that riveting, from pushing ploughs. Sure they're all somewhat easy, traditional RuneScapey activities, but tradition for tradition's sake does not always produce the results or in this case gameplay. Finally, at one time I would have bemoaned Zeah as perhaps the inclusion in the game's background - these days however, I think that it's been a positive. It was shown to be a learning experience for what worked & what didn't. It revealed the teams openness to listen & change things where necessary (albeit a slow & drawn out process). And that I think it improved everything else that followed it. Landmass, every place etc, was able to learn from Zeah's mistakes. I feel genuinely hopeful having folks such as Mod West and Mod Husky about the group doing what they do. The rework to Hosidius itself felt as though we got a huge chunk of fresh new material, using all the flavour forthos dungeon. I'm so excited for the forthcoming Shayzien rework and the potential reworks of their other homes, should they can pull off everything they did with Hosidius. It can't be understated; they aren't just polishing pieces of Zeah and making it a bit more digestible. They're transforming it into stuff that feels like ACTUAL (and new) content. Numbers of gamers online has doubled since the epidemic Let us hope until too many people begin return to work/school, they could get Archaeology out. You do realize the devs can also be affected by the virus? Sure lots are working at home but the fractured development group is going to cause the program to be delayed.Obviously, the whole purpose of my post is me hoping it doesn't get postponed too much.They have not announced a delay for archaeology. So I really doubt it's going to be delayed. More RuneScape gold information on