THEN you're actually ready to go and look for it. In locating Ah Za Roon, the manual is the most explicit in its directions: Light the Candle with your Tinderbox, look at the mound and dig along with your Spade. Twist your Lit Candle into the Fissure that appears, then throw your Rope down. Climb down and you'll be at a cavern. Go several paces south and OSRS gold you need to locate a Cave-In; hunt it and twist through. Make sure you not follow the paths across the river! Light the candle. 2. "Look" at the mound. 3. 4. Throw your lit candle to the fissure. 5. Then throw down your rope. 6. Climb down.

Taking a look at the actual world, a topic that has been brought up a long time ago, and RuneScape, I had a terrific idea. (imagine dream reenactment from Windows 7 commercials) What would happen if I spent in an item, and used inflation to add profit? In the actual world, the government must invest in the market to keep it going, if just a few million dollars here and there. In Sals clan chat quite a long time ago, somebody brought up the issue about where everyone gets their money. People gave the clear response, monster drops, but it's very unlikely that each of the cash comes from monster drops.

Half the time, I don't even select UP the money! I had been thinking about it, and the only logical conclusion was that Jagex inserts cash into the economy, through general stores, specialty shops, pking drops, monster drops, and maybe even the GE. My thought, or rather, my potential idea is this: What if I purchased millions or tens of thousands of a product, and then held onto it for 3 decades? Would I gain cash from the pure inflation of the economy? Is there inflation in RuneScape (I'm pretty sure there is)? Please help and thanks in advance.

The answer to your question yes you'll make money, though it may not be significant. This relies on the disposition of supply side economics. In Runescape, the vast majority of an item's cost is based on supply. The more of a product that's present in the sport, the lower the cost will go. So as more people achieve high levels to do tough bosses, skilling activities, etc, these expensive items will become more common within the game. However, for rares exactly the same effect will work in a contrary way. Since the supply of those items is very low, they will just continue to grow. The idea of inflation in Runescape is difficult to explain.

Because in real life wealth infrequently'disappears' as it will in Runescape (with folks quitting, dieing etc). However, the speed of riches introduced to the match is higher than the wealth removed so there will nevertheless be inflation. As to your idea of Jagex entering cash into buy RuneScape gold the game, there might be some truth to it.