RuneScape talk:Events Team/Trouble Brewing (17 Sept 2011)

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Did you enjoy the Trouble Brewing event (17 September 2011) and would you like to do it again? Please leave a comment below to explain your reasoning.
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I thought the event was brilliant, we had a massive turn-up of around 50 players, and the event held up for about 2 and a half hours. People who wanted to Sabotage the event had no chance due to the sheer amount of users who committed themselves to stopping them. My only issue with this event was the presence of about 3-4 Glitchers, who tried to ruin a few of the games for us by smuggling a yak into the minigame along with the use of enchanted helmets to hold scrolls. They would then bank the monkeys and limit a team's usage of them. I committed myself to being on whatever team the yak user was on, and I was able to stop him affecting the gameplay for all but one game. Overall, the event was a success, and I will notify Jagex about these glitches, and they will hopefully be fixed for future events. RSN: Warthog Rhys Talk Completionist's cape... Coming soon. 00:02, September 18, 2011 (UTC)

Sadly, I do not share the same view on those set on sabotage. In the one-and-a-half games I attended (joined at midpoint in my first game), we were beset by them left and right, as well as some bastard who smuggled in a war tortoise. Not that it mattered, my team won both games I made it to. They were very rude, too, calling us "cheaters" since we hoarded all the monkeys, apparently. Overall, I can't say I enjoyed the event...and Trouble Brewing my absolute favorite minigame! 7kyt1iT.gif --WINE OF GOOD HEALTH (Actually Stinko) 00:10, September 18, 2011 (UTC)
In defence of what I stated, you joined the event so late, that most players had left at that point, and all that had remained were the glitchers and sabotagers. Trust me, I hate them too, but they'll eventually get the better of us when our numbers dropped. RSN: Warthog Rhys Talk Completionist's cape... Coming soon. 00:15, September 18, 2011 (UTC)
I loved the event. Regardless of the players with the yaks. I got my pieces of eight and I had fun. It has been so long since I have found enough players to play. After playing so long I don't seem to be able to "hear" the rudeness anymore. I just ignore that and have fun. Thanks so much for setting it up. Please do it again!
Robertsmom 00:38, September 18, 2011 (UTC)

glitchers ruined the experience for me! >:/

I really enjoyed this. I'd play it alot more, but nobody else ever plays. And it's pretty difficult to play without a few people :p This should done be more often, for sure.

The glitchers name were Racecar200, Vu, Ring World, 7kyro? those are likely the usernames of Hej, Quint, Iceforge and Roy who are members of the glitch team called HaxUnit. This glitch was likely done by using a PAFT to get into the game

It was ok but I wouldn't say I especially enjoyed it. To be fair this is mostly due to the minigame itself rather than the way it was hosted, since there's no real reason to compete, so it becomes basically became repetitively collecting things to gain Pieces of eight. This was especially the case at the start, where there was a surplus of resources very quickly due to the large turnout, removing the only challenging aspect the game offers. However, a lot of people will have wanted to gain as many pieces of eight as possible, and given finding a team for this game can be difficult it helped to do that very well. I'd also like to say that any problems were dealt with very well and the games ran very smoothly for the period I was there (first hour and a half or so), so was well hosted in my opinion. Ultimately, the minigame is what it is so can't really complain, but there's a number of more enjoyable alternatives. --Henneyj 23:18, September 20, 2011 (UTC)