Drakie in a free-to-play world in the Grand Exchange
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Drakie created the Facebook page RuneScape Ironico, with over 9,000 likes. In late 2013, he launched his YouTube channel called rsdrakie and released a video. He has also started playing Old School RuneScape with another account, but he quit the game later.
Drakie started playing RuneScape in mid-2003 after a friend showed him the game, which he ended up liking. He formerly played in world 25, a Brazilian world at the time. He was usually found in Varrock's big bank talking or joking. Despite his jokes he was also known for training his skills easily and fast. He stood out among Brazilian players for his broad knowledge of the game, even when there was not a specific server for Brazil. His first level 99 skill was Cooking, and since then he attained 200 million experience in the skill. His second level 99 skill was Firemaking, followed by Magic.
Later, Drakie decided to take a break from being a skilling pure to enter the clan world, and he reached the highest combat level possible. His first clan was Brazilians In Wars (BIW), which was where he stayed for about two years. However, around 2009, he discovered Legends Of Glory through his friend Nemeses25, and later he decided to leave BIW to join the Legends Of Glory, a clan led by Zig Frid. Drakie soon became identified with the clan. In the clan, which was like a "big family", he made many friendships and helped defeat many other clans around the world. He was a moderator in the clan, and was also part of the hierarchy that helps beginners, known as New Gladiators. After a while, the clan began to have difficulties and was closed, and Drakie decided to enter a new clan called Monocromatic Brazil, where he stayed for a short period. Legends Of Glory eventually re-opened in September 2011, and he joined the clan again. After Legends Of Glory closed for good in late 2011, he hasn't joined another official clan.
Drakie is also well known for posting many screenshots of RuneScape in his social networks pages, often about his levels, friends and adventures. After the launch of the Brazilian server, he posted many comical screenshots, hitherto on the players, and the "comedy" of the Brazilian community, in order to compare it with the global community. As of 2011, he showed a certain revolt against the Jagex updates, making several posts about the updates, and he even got to ask for the return of Andrew Gower. In late 2011, he quit playing, explaining in his social networks that he thought "RuneScape was getting very boring and easy". Since then he has made a few appearances in the game. In late 2012, his name disappeared from the hiscores. On May 13, 2013, Drakie reached level 99 in Dungeoneering while playing as a non-member.
Other projects and Old School RuneScape
In mid-2012, after he stopped playing RuneScape regularly, Drakie created the Facebook page "RuneScape Irônico", with daily posts. As of May 2014, it has over 9,300 likes. On November 31, 2013 Drakie launched his YouTube channel and released an explicit video called "RuneScape: I think...". The video is a humorous critique of the armour rework.
On December 21, 2013 he posted a screen shot of the Old School RuneScape Tutorial. On January 2, 2014 Drakie posted another screen shot and said "Okay, maybe [it is time to] start playing Old School Runescape just for old times sake". On February 11, 2014 he achieved level 99 in Woodcutting; he stated that it was previously more exciting to achieve 99 in a skill. His account on Old School RuneScape was called Molhadinha, which sounds like "wet pussy" in Portuguese, but his nickname was locked. He has since changed his name and stopped playing the game after getting level 99 in Woodcutting.
Drakie used to be in many clan wars with his friends and other players. Oftentimes he was asked to lead clans, even those he had never had previous contact with, in wars. He also entered various unofficial clans, such as PSY and CL, among others, just for fun, and brought some of them credibility.
He founded the clan PSY United with the player PSY in early 2010. As Drakie had experience in the area, the clan grew rapidly and became one of the best Brazilian clans of the minigame and used to gather more than 100 members each war. The clan PSY was closed in mid-2012, after many players stopped playing RuneScape, including Drakie himself.
Drakie almost has level 99 in all skills, except for Dungeoneering at more than 100 and Divination at level one. He has 200 million experience in just one skill, Cooking. His skills with the most experience, not counting the skill which he has maxed out, are Magic and Fishing, with more than 100 million experience in each. As of 2012, he does not appear in the hiscores.
Drakie's character is normally seen with purple hair, wearing a Santa hat, and black clothes.
Drakie Rehbein was born and resides in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.
- Drakie on the RuneScape hiscores
- Drakie on YouTube
- Drakie on Twitter
- Drakie on Facebook
- RuneScape Irônico on Facebook
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Entrevista com Drakie, de RuneScape. (Portuguese). UOL Mais. Retrieved October 7, 2013.
- ↑ All Legends of Glory Ever. RuneHead. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
- ↑ Legends of Glory Ending List Memberlist. RuneHead. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Os 5 maiores RuneScapers de todos os tempos! (Portuguese). UOL Mais. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
- ↑ RuneScape Irônico (Portuguese). UOL Mais. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
- ↑ RuneScape Irônico (Portuguese). Facebook. Retrieved January 23, 2014.
- ↑ Drakie. RuneScape: I think.... YouTube. Retrieved December 22, 2013.
- ↑ Drakie. Nostalgia. Facebook. Retrieved January 26, 2014.
- ↑ Drakie. Timeline Photos (Portuguese). Facebook. Retrieved January 26, 2014.
- ↑ Drakie. WC 99 gratzzz uhu viva... não pera (Portuguese). Facebook. Retrieved February 17, 2014.
- ↑ Drakie. Quem foi a negrice que reportou meu nick top da balada da conta do Old School Runescape? Veados (Portuguese). Facebook. Retrieved February 17, 2014.
- ↑ PSY United. RuneHead. Retrieved January 21, 2013.
- ↑ Jagex. Drakie on Hiscores. RuneScape Website. Archived from the original on June 15. Retrieved July 31,2013.
- ↑ Drakie. About Drakie. Facebook. Retrieved May 20, 2014.