You can write a crawler using languages that essentially mimics a browser but cheap RS gold
scans the material more efficiently. The steps are basically:by taking a look at the site to understand how they structure their questions Figure out the URL. GET the page content for each URL in the range you need which will provide you the HTML text. Scan the text to the information, which you can write an algorithm to get easily or use a library if you want. You can view the page source to get. Store the data however you picture and like it with whatever tool you prefer. I'm partial if you're familiar with this language to python that may take care of the whole process.
As soon as you have for approximately the number of pages is the blueprint, you can progress. One is the xp supply for a lot of these overall levels. The part that kept fucking me up was that the center of the chart. Then once I figured out that the importance of the levels where it went up (total amount worlds), it was smooth sailing. Quicker than I would've thought. The beauty of a script/API is that it would be a lot easier to do this at any point and see how things change (likely gradually ), or try it out along with other skills/boss counts (curious to see how many people stop at 10 degrees or so). Maybe this weekend'll try my hands and create a new post on it!
Its actualyl enjoyable to see everybody stop at each planet that is total to see that there's than individuals maxed, as many individuals 1750. I think it's less that they cease there (remember this is a snapshot, many of those RuneScape players are still playing and leveling) and more that individuals push harder when they're close. If you are 15 levels away from a brand new total world, you're probably more likely to go out and buy a few supplies to quickly bang out those previous 15 levels.Facts, when I was 10-15 degrees away 1750 I pissed away so much gp on skills that I have not touched since (herblore, crafting, fletching) just for those last couple levels quickly.
I don't think he was indicating they got the level and then just stopped playing indefinitely. I believe he is saying exactly what you're saying, just in different terms.Yeah the result is the easiest to see at 2000 total as people with 1900+ totals likely have at least a decent bank unless they dropped it or used it level so they can quickly bang those amounts to OSRS buy gold
get to 2k. The effect doesn't exist since there are not many skills left you could buy.