|Achievements||Untrimmed slayer cape at combat level 3|
|Known for||Level 3 Skiller, Player Moderator, Untrimmed Slayer Cape, Four Time Golden Gnome Winner, Youtuber|
Will Miss It is a well-known level 3 skiller and videomaker. He is most known for having achieved 99 Slayer as a skiller and for his YouTube videos. He also currently holds Player Moderator status. He currently has every non-combat skill at 99, including Slayer.
He held the record for most zeals ever spent for a few months during 2011, being 11,000. His video showing him claiming Slayer XP has as of February 2013 gained over 100,000 views and caused the start of his YouTube career.
He has also made a YouTube video under the name World 901, which gained attention from Jagex and has more "Like" ratings than several popular and well-known RuneScape video makers. During RuneFest 2013, Jagex presented him the Golden Gnome for "Best YouTube Channel". During RuneFest 2014, he won his second Golden Gnome in the category "Best Video Series" for his video series, "Stuff Players Say". During RuneFest 2015, he won his third an fourth Golden Gnome.
On 7th December 2013, at 6pm GMT, Will Miss It achieved 19 level 99 skills all at once, and with a giant mob of fans, walked across RuneScape purchasing all the skillcapes. Starting at Varrock Square, the march ended up in the Feldip Hills, and then to Daemonheim via Ring of Kinship, and then to Falador Party room for an after party.
On June 2nd, 2014, He achieved 113 Dungeoneering, giving him a total level of 2000.
With the Legacy Mode update, Will Miss It's combat level was 37, due to his 99s in Constitution and Prayer. However, he reset the skills on the 30th of September 2014, making him regain combat level 3 as well as a total level of 1814.
On January 3rd, at app. 6pm GMT, Will Miss It maxed his account as a skiller by getting 120 Dungeoneering and a total level of 1820. To celebrate this, he, and four other people, went into a dungeon and placed a trap on every single walkable field, which took about seven hours. This might have been the first time that anyone had ever placed a trap, or even stood on every single walkable square in a dungeon.