The hardest pvm in RuneScape gold has been godwars (and even that was only towards the end), and there's nothing to those bosses either, they are just big idiots who hit kinda hard. Pvm was really helpless. But in OSRS the improvement is crazy. I don't even pk anymore since the pvm is fun and engaging. Raids are excellent, normal bosses are solid. And something similar to the inferno, well that's only a masterpiece, I do not even know how they handled that one. I think that they have room to earn pvm prior to the close of the street in OSRS.There are many creators content out there I have fallen in love with and have a hard time deciding not to watch in my spare time. To me it's like an invasion, and it gets into other aspects of your free time apart from games. Unlike other leisurely activities, I think spending so much time thinking about RS even when I'm not playing is a lot more reminiscent of an addiction than reading a novel or watching TV and films which are (most often) unrelated to one another.
I must ask - why is it you don't do things while playing runescape 2107 gold? It is not one or another haha. If it had been, I'd never playwith. I despise playing with OSRS and doing nothing. While it spices everything up However, I love playing OSRS. Or for the more click items that are intensive, something semi-productive. Listening to assignments or audiobooks for a uni course on repeat or something. I would encourage you not to intensely dichotomise the notions of OSRS and productivity... Since in doing so, you're likely to make it harder on yourself to depart, as you'll begin to believe that you are going to need to give up your crutch entirely in order to achieve any type of productivity. When we understand that we could really do both (not the 3 tick sweats), we open ourselves up to the ability to transition to productive living.