To introduce Dungeoneering and shop improvements

Posted: 21st August 2012 by admin in Runescape
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It takes an eclectically skilled set of adventurers to delve into Daemonheim, and having the right tool for the job at hand is essential. With this in mind, we’ve introduced some inventory management improvements for Dungeoneering, so sorting through your gear is simpler than ever. We’ve added a tool belt to be used in Dungeoneering. It comes ready-filled with every tool a dungeon delving hero needs, including a novite pickaxe and hatchet. You’ll be able to add better pickaxes and axes that you find create or buy as you progress, and these will stay with you in all future dungeons. What’s more, if you find a pickaxe or hatchet that you don’t have the levels for yet, feel free to add it to your tool belt, it’ll act like the highest level equivalent you can use until you’ve attained the necessary level.

Another new feature in the Dungeoneering tool belt is the keys category. This holds any keys picked up by yourself or members of your party. As long as someone in your party’s picked up a key, all members of the party can access it. Finally, gathered resources obtained in dungeons, including ore, logs and raw food will now stack, leaving you yet more space for your gear. All stacks, including coins, can now be split with a new option while Dungeoneering. The game developers also overhauled the interface for in-game shops. Visually, they have brought the shops in line with the quality of recent interface improvements.

Everything is much clearer now, too: there’s a new full display mode, selected by default, where detailed information on the items available in the shop can be seen easily. For those who already know what they’re looking for, there’s a simplified mode that shows only the essentials (very much like the shops that veterans among you will be familiar with). This can be accessed by clicking the corresponding icon in the top right corner of the shop interface. There’s a new ‘sell mode’ too, allowing you to sell items carried in your inventory through the shop interface itself. This includes clear symbols denoting whether the item in question can be sold to the shop you’re currently visiting. 

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