RuneScape is getting a busy week , and it is just Monday. Its main version is launching a brand new Valentine's Day-themed quest, while Old School RuneScape remains working through comments to its proposed equipment balance changes. RuneScape's Heartstealer quest kicks off RuneScape Gold this week, having gamers combine an NPC called Caelyn at a heist to steal a"massive heart-shaped ruby" to secure an anniversary present for Annette. While unquestionably a Valentine's Day flavored pursuit, it will be available forever, so you needn't tackle the heist straight away. It'll be accessible to anyone, no prerequisites needed, but those who have at least a level 20 Thieving ability can claim a thieving XP Lamp following the pursuit. Old School RuneScape fans can continue to provide feedback on the projected Gear Balance changes that the developers have been suggesting since late January. The newest blog article puts forth some of he actual changes based on participant feedback that the staff has in mind to execute. The OSRS team did caution that a number of the modifications will affect some players and assembles over others, and they are talking internally to find out ways to allow these affected assembles to"keep in their current form, whilst still trying to achieve the results [they're] aiming for." Therefore, the team listed out a few of the suggested changes to object requirments to"better fit their stats," for example creating the Inqsuisitor's Mace now demand 80 Attack versus the original 75, or increasing the base edition of the Nightmare Staff by a 65 Magic level to 72. The Old School RuneScape team detailed some of their plans to nerf a few items, stating that they are simply"too powerful to stay as they are." You can take a look at the full suggested changes, in addition to Buy OSRS Gold the preceding versions of the blog discussion here. Furthermore, Jagex's CEO recently spoke in a meeting about his feelings around the purchase of this RuneScape dev from The Carlyle Group and the way it impacts the studio moving ahead.