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The name Link2262 started as a simple RuneScape name. I chose it out of the many options it gave me. Once I left Tutorial Island, I made friends. Quite a few, I might add.
I had stopped playing after about a year or so. I was level 6 with not many items. After about another year passed, I decided to get back on the game. I leveled up rather decently, getting to level 25 in a week and a half.
It came to me then. I hadnt been to one of my favorite places in a while: The Southeastern corner of Varrock. It was a Members only area, but free people could still access it, even though there wasnt much to do for us. As I entered, I was greeted by a player named Sahkmet7, a White Knights Clan member. I walked towards the center of the plaza, and was greeted somewhat awkwardly by Muu Man Dude, another White Knights Clan member. He asked me, Do you promise not to get drunk in here, and I replied, U
Attack of the Flamingos - OMGAttack of the Flamingos
As I entered the one room café called Moe's Café, I realized it was a mistake. Everything was disgustingly putrid. Lord knows what was on the floor, and I believe I stepped in some warm lemonade.
Once I sat down, giant flamingos ripped the roof off with their gigantic beaks. Moe, stared up and yelled, MY CAFÉ! MY PRECIOUS CAFÉ!! Though, as he said that, he was swooped up into the mouth of the enormous bird, and gobbled up. I started to run out of the café, only to find that I was about to be trampled had I not left Moes. I ran to the nearest safe house. Everyone else was there. Well, it looked like it. They were all talking amongst each other, and one man said, That really startled me! I just stared at him with an odd face, and he kept looking away.
A few hours passed, and I had run to the next building, Circuit City. Only a few people were there, mostly children. They were playing the Game systems, as I cou
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