I don't like all the trolls living in Taverly. I'm not a fan of RuneScape gold the absurdity of it all, and also how low-level the trolls appear. I would like Burthorpe to be a gritty military city protecting the lands of the principality from Trolls. The city isn't as savage as it used to be and does not feel like a city or city before the update.
I'm with you on the limits however, Jagex have made the transition from desert a bit more smooth. It was a bit jarring when I first started. It would be great to have more waterways and canoe transportation systems. It would be very beneficial if the map were larger.
Karamja could in general use an update. South of Brimhaven it looks like an enormous square that is not very realistic looking. Legends Quest was something I'd never attempted however it appears that the Kharazi jungle can be explored from north-south in 10 seconds.
I read a book set in England around 1150 during the summer. The characters spent their days walking to get from town to city. Walking through lawless forests was the most popular method of travel, in which bandits and outlaws were constantly at your back.
The story is fictional, but I believe it is mostly accurate with regard to land between the major towns. The only places in Runescape that this sense is present are the Wilderness and the Kharidian desert. Both of these are large and potentially risky (especially for those who aren't experienced travelers), and buy 2007 runescape gold not packed to the brim with content.