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My Friend Won't Play Runescape

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So he recently got 85 slayer and 99 strength and he said he is finding runescape boring and started playing private servers, how can i convince him to play again? I know he will be back sometime but i really would like to play with him b4 school starts(lets face it he wont stop playing after he did al that stuff) , so what can i do?

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So he recently got 85 slayer and 99 strength and he said he is finding runescape boring and started playing private servers, how can i convince him to play again? I know he will be back sometime but i really would like to play with him b4 school starts(lets face it he wont stop playing after he did al that stuff) , so what can i do?

Let him be, if he doesn't want to play just leave him

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What ghostf00t said ^

 

If he finds it boring now, don't bother. Let him play what he wants too.

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Find something else you both enjoy and do that. :(

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My friend also quit playing runescape, he now plays WOW, I'm not even gonna try to get him back because if its boring for him, he can decide if he wants to come back or not.

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Not that bored if he plays RS somewhere else (and on a private server...).

I do some minigames and boss hunting when I'm a bit tired from training skills, so you might suggest that.

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