There's no standard classes or predetermined builds that you can use OSRS Gold, but only your skills, towards having each one reach the maximum of 99. But since this isn't practical or perhaps even desirable for most of us, it's recommended to specialize in just a handful of. While the overall person or combat level is subject to limits that is the number 126 (or 120 in RuneScape Classic). I think I was at 82 before deciding to call it the day. Perhaps school started again.
There are also five different types of attacks which you should master: stab shlash, crush and ranged. My initial prey consisted in goblins and chicks. But there's plenty of larger and more deadly food sources available. Predators, too. For sure, RuneScape is a long learning curve beginning. When I had my basic knowledge, I was good to in the air and I soon found it difficult to take a step back from the computer screen.
There are 232 of them that are spread out over a large world map varied enough to satisfy the curiosity of my 12-year-old self. Each one being a singular short story with a bizarre plot and humorous dialogue. My personal favorites include resolving the mystery of the lost chicken in Draynor Manor and sneaking into the seemingly impenetrable Black Knights' Fortress on behalf of the rival White Knights of Falador.
There's nothing like killing the dragon on Crandor as the most memorable and remarkable accomplishment a free-to-play player could accomplish. More quests are unlocked by becoming a paying member of RuneScape and I did. It also lets you access a large chunk of the world map with an array of other things which marked me out from the lowly noob I'd so far been.
Of course, you can go off on your own and wander the vast deserts and plains or head east into the dark vampyre-infested swamps and swamps of Morytania, ideally by listening to the Bobby Pickett song 'Monster Mash' playing in the background. Speaking of songs, entering an region for the first time unlocks the corresponding soundtrack(s) for the area RuneScape Gold for sale. There are some very catchy tunes in there. I remember hearing a Christmas one on repeat.