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  • A lot of people in Venezuela have switched into gold farming in old-school Runescape that a paper there published an article on how to do it about three months ago. Now this week, someone posted a guide on the old-school Runescape subreddit that effectively made anybody from the nation a goal from the game, whether they had been cheap RS gold farming.

    However, the tide of anger cresting in the Runescape community this week is not at the gold farmers, it's in the people killing them (in the game).

    "It is this informative article that amuses me, its the blatant racist and'edgy' remarks left by people that have no clue what it has to be like to live in a circumstance were your market is falling," wrote a moderator, that secured the ribbon five days past. The"guide" seems to have pointed out in which the prime farming locations were, and so anybody in that region, especially killing green dragons, was a candidate for getting attacked.

    Venezuelan gold farmers are from the wilderness PvP region harvesting green dragons, the sale the hides and bones they fall in Runescape's Grand Exchange. That money computes to about 50 cents per hourwith more innovative players becoming around $2 or $3.

    This story in The New York Times last week mentioned that inflation has plunged the value of Venezuela's currency to half that of the dollar, effectively reducing minimal wage earnings to $5 per month.

    I have been a part of the community because old-school came out and have never seen so much hate and racism," wrote Redditor glow_party (at a remark moved into the peak of the thread by moderators).

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