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Sletrry commented 12 months ago
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Some areas of the world are thrown to complete political chaos, impacting the people at a really bad way. In the case of Venezuelans, things are now so bad that they've had to resort to some means possible to make ends meet, which has really made them goals in RuneScape gold.

If opening paragraph doesn't make sense and seems purely bizarre that's because the situation is eccentric. Polygon explains that due to the meltdown of Venezuela's economy, inflation has skyrocketed, food is now tough to get a hold of, and fundamental survival has become extremely difficult for many people in the country. Some people have resorted to a unorthodox means of making money, like farming dragons in Runescape.

There were guides supporting Venezuelans farming for gold at Runescape by killing dragons and then selling the gold at a markup for real money. This modest grey market tactic is often referred to as gold farming. It's been around for ages and usually large Chinese mafioso type companies have had the gold farming market .

Well, regulars from Runescape who aren't out of Venezuela took umbrage with all the gold farmers from the South American country and above on the sub-Reddit to get Jagex's match, a guide was created on how best to target and kill Venezuelan players as a form of punishment.

The neighborhood set about organizing raids and kill celebrations, specifically targeting Venezuelan players.

Even a moderator ended up arriving in and locking the thread, saying that the community's activities depicted them as racist and heartless. The principal difficulty being, that simply targeting a Venezuelan player doesn't mean you're targeting a gold farmer.

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