There are but nothing comes without practice. I mean yes there are mechanisms you need to learn, but raids teach you a lot of tick timing and really managing your resources. There is not that much skill gap in RuneScape Gold game, everything in Runescape game besides tob is that difficult, and when there's its manageable and you can master it the more you move. I used to believe that too but it's more of a psychological breakdown of like"oh I dont want to keep trying because I will keep failing" but that type of mindset will put you back.
The fear, the understanding, the rush of striving to get better at it and trying something new is exactly what makes Runescape game awesome. Try them again but now with more gusto and see how it moves fortune!
Like with everyone else on a temporary hiatus, I got burnt out. I'd completed a few goals I'd had for the longest period, 99 slayer, Quest Cape, 3 elite diaries. I think my primary reason -. I finished around 30 COX with small groups. I didn't believe I had been doing quite nicely and whilst they were fun I felt more or a hindrance than anything. I had struggled learning Zulrah and even Hydra. I think I hit my ability gap that left me unmotivated to continue playing.
As a lot of folks were saying, my very first and longest large break from OSRS gold mobile game was EOC. After I heard about OSRS, I didn't play again until a couple of years back. So far as breaks from OSRS goes, the largest thing that demotivated me was 6 hour logged at the center of Dragon Slayer 2's last boss fight at the last stage in my very first effort day of release (This was before the 4/6 hour log warnings). It took me like 4 or 3 tries after that since I was frustrated and exhausted at that point. Then 6 hour during Jad, and that just added to my aggravation. Probably was a good thing really because I was putting in a great deal of hours a day at that moment.