When I said it was a mistake, his response was "no because now my archer catn is right next to RuneScape gold me". He wasted his Chastise on things that weren't required, and employed BC to destroy my Scouts and then when he tried to help me (I tend ot pity people with horrible grammar), he said I don't need to help him since he's unbeaten. Halfway through the game the player declares "u catn win u hav no champ" and then declares "ul nevar kil m champ bcuz i r getting my points for stoicism and chartise."
Then he says I cheated because my mage killed his champ. He was seven years old, or a godly trolling. Also, please feel free to share any stories you have had about trolls! They're fascinating to me, and I love listening to their stories.
It was something I had in mind for Suggestions, but I'm not sure of any concrete suggestions. This is more than a personal opinion than a suggestion so... yes. The root reason for the botting issue is, according to me, Runescape's biggest problem is grinding. Although I haven’t played WoW or any other MMO however, I know that it's less grind-free and contains fewer bots.
Jagex remains the top bot-fighter, and I don't think Blizzard will be any better than Jagex. Although I appreciate pride in stats and how long it took, let's not be too naive. Grinding doesn't mean much. You don't need any skill or effort to do repetitive tasks.
That's why bots were developed. Runescape is boring enough that a lot of players don't enjoy it. They just want to pk and play all the fun stuff. For me, I prefer to go on quests however, the requirements can sometimes involve serious grinding. I would not be playing right now if I didn't value the history (something which a lot of players seem to buy old school runescape gold not do).