"Naturally this implies that any fan-driven project that is attempting to RuneScape gold alter the way Old School RuneScape looks is not in line with our plans," Jagex wrote to 117. "We consider it essential that there is consistency in the manner that Old School appears and we'd like to ensure that our changes to the official version are the only ones we have available.
I hope the news about the fact that Jagex along with the Old School team are tackling the project with determination is something that excites you, even though it does indicate that we have to be politely asking you to stop your personal website."
117 said that they offered Jagex their side of the bargain that included removing their application once Jagex had released theirs, and also giving Jagex "collaborative influence" over the Runelite HD's visual design.
"They declined outright," 117 said. "I am extremely sad and disappointed with Jagex, and I am extremely disappointed in the end that following such a long journey and a long time, I'm unable to show you this work. The mod 117 has been working on doesn't appear to buy old school rs gold be in line with Jagex's guidelines for third-party clients, but the Runescape developer claims that it's making changes to the guidelines over the next week to include references for projects that alter the appearance that the game has.